China and Southeast Asia's Borderlands, Sovereignty and Land Use

November 20, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Add to Calendar

China’s land and resource investments in Sino/Southeast Asian borderlands have created new economic opportunities and new sets of social relations. Panelists in this session examine such grounded geopolitics and how they get embodied in and refracted through Chinese investments in large-scale agribusiness and other activities in these border zones.

They highlight the complexities of Chinese engagement on Southeast Asia’s borders (past and present), and how these engagements have varied in response to changing local and national interests.

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Center for Chinese Studies/Center for Southeast Asian Studies/East West Center , Mānoa Campus

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Jialin Sun , 8089562663,

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