Rising Powers and Interdependent Futures

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Videos

Video outputs from the final conference

Watch videos from the final conference ‘From Rising Powers to Interdependent Futures’, held in Manchester on 21-23 June 2017.

Watch videos from the final workshop on ‘Rising Powers and Labour Standards in Global Production Networks’, Manchester 19-20 June 2017.

Research findings from our projects

China goes global: lessons from Africa and Asia. A video produced by the project 'China Goes Global: A comparative study of Chinese hydropower dams in Africa and Asia.

Life on the divide: the Buriad people and the world's longest border. A video from the project 'Where Rising Powers Meet: China and Russia At Their North Asian Border'.

Discussion on the rule of law on the Chinese CCTV current affairs programme 'Dialogue', with Prof Simon Deakin, Principal Investigator from the project 'Law Development and Finance in Rising Powers'.

Video introductions to our projects

Principal investigator Professor Caroline Humphrey discusses the project 'Where Rising Powers Meet: China and Russia At Their North Asian Border'.

Principal investigator Professor Simon Deakin discusses the project 'Law Development and Finance in Rising Powers'.

Co-Investigator Rilka Dragneva discusses the project 'Russia and the EU in the Common Neighbourhood: Export of Governance and Legal (In) Compatibility'.

Principal investigator Professor James Manor discusses the project 'Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: The Politics of New Policies to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa'.

Principal investigator Dr Frauke Urban introduces the project 'China Goes Global: A comparative study of Chinese hydropower dams in Africa and Asia'.

Co-Investigator Dr Neil Munro discusses the project 'Rising Powers: Unequal Powers, Authoritarian Powers, Unstable Powers?'.

Henry Tugendhat discusses the project 'Rising Powers in African agriculture: Are China and Brazil bringing new paradigms to agricultural development cooperation?'.

Principal Investigator Professor Philip Shapira discusses the project 'Emerging Technologies, Trajectories and Implications of Next Generation Innovation Systems Development in China and Russia'.

Principal investigator Professor Brian Salter discusses the project 'State strategies of governance in global biomedical innovation: the impact of China and India'.

Co-Investigator Dr David Lewis discusses the project 'Rising Powers and Conflict Management in Central Asia'.

Principal investigator Dr Khalid Nadvi discusses the project 'Rising Powers, Labour Standards and the Governance of Global Production Networks'.

Presentations from the Principal Investigators Workshop ‘Rising Powers and Interdependent Futures’

Dr Khalid Nadvi introduces the ‘Rising Powers and Interdependent Futures’ programme and discusses aims and objectives.

Frauke Urban’s presentation on the project ‘China goes global: A comparative study of Chinese hydropower dams in Africa and Asia’.

Kataryna Wolczuk’s presentation on the project ‘Russia and the EU in the Common Neighbourhood: Export of Governance and Legal (In) Compatibility’.

James Manor’s presentation on the project ‘Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: The Politics of New Policies to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa’.

Brian Salter’s presentation on the project ‘State strategies of governance in global biomedical innovation: the impact of China and India’.

Neil Munro’s presentation on the project ‘Rising Powers: Unequal Powers, Authoritarian Powers, Unstable Powers?’.

Henry Tugendhat’s presentation on the project ‘Rising Powers in African agriculture: Are China and Brazil bringing new paradigms to agricultural development cooperation?’.

Sayana Namsaraeva’s presentation on the project ‘Where Rising Powers Meet: China and Russia At Their North Asian Border’.

David Lewis’ presentation on the project ‘Rising Powers and Conflict Management in Central Asia’.

Khalid Nadvi’s presentation on the project ‘Rising Powers, Labour Standards and the Governance of Global Production Networks’.

Phil Shapira’s presentation on the project ‘Emerging Technologies, Trajectories and Implications of Next Generation Innovation Systems Development in China and Russia’.

Simon Deakin’s presentation on the project ‘Law Development and Finance in Rising Powers’.