Commentary | 14 June 2011

Wednesday Lunch at Lowy: New foreign policy actors in China - Linda Jakobson presentation

In China today, a cacophony of voices urges decision-makers to pursue a variety of foreign policies. As China’s society diversifies and as China’s interdependence with the world grows, decision-making processes in China have become more complex. At the Wednesday Lowy Lunch Club on 15 June, Director of the Lowy Institute’s East Asia Program, Linda Jakobson, who has recently joined the Institute after living for twenty years in China, spoke about China’s new foreign policy. Linda Jakobson

  • Linda Jakobson

In China today, a cacophony of voices urges decision-makers to pursue a variety of foreign policies. As China’s society diversifies and as China’s interdependence with the world grows, decision-making processes in China have become more complex. At the Wednesday Lowy Lunch Club on 15 June, Director of the Lowy Institute’s East Asia Program, Linda Jakobson, who has recently joined the Institute after living for twenty years in China, spoke about China’s new foreign policy. Linda Jakobson

  • Linda Jakobson