News and Announcements

 

The Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) will hold an international symposium at King’s College-London, located in one of the world’s great political, financial, and historical centers, London, United Kingdom, from June 17 to June 19, 2011.  The conference is hosted by King’s College and co-sponsored by King’s China Institute, the Mr. & Mrs. S.H. Wong Foundation, and other contributors.

On December 3, 2011, the United States (US) Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) and the Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), held a workshop entitled “40 Years after Sino- American Normalization: A New Dawn or A New Darkness” on the campus of HKIEd in Tai Po, Hong Kong.

The Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) organized and sponsored a related group panel for the 2011 American Political Science Association (APSA) annual meeting held in Seattle in early September.

 

The Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) is calling for papers for its sponsored panel “China’s New Leadership and Challenges for a New Growth Model” at the 2012 APSA annual meeting in New Orleans on August 30- September 2, 2012.

 

 

Mr. Sebastian Biba has won the best graduate student paper award for his paper "Examining China's International Hydro-politics: Desecuritization as the Leading Concept"

International Conference: “The EU, the US and China: Towards the New International Order?”22-23 April 2011, College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium

Symposium on “China’s Appeal and its Discontents”
Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong, June 20-23, 2011

 

ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE POLITICAL STUDIES

CALL FOR PAPER

International Symposium & the 23rd ACPS Annual Meeting

“China in Search of Sustainable Development, Social Harmony, and Soft Power”

Endicott College
Beverly, Massachusetts
Friday-Sunday, July 30-August 1, 2010

2010年政治学与国际关系学术共同体会议公开邀请函

ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE PROFESSORS OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (U.S.) (美国华人人文社科教授协会 www.acpssus.org) CALL FOR PAPERS Engaging China:Sino-American Relations, Sustainable Development, and Beyond