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Committee examines how China’s domestic affairs interact with foreign policy

08 January 2019

The Foreign Affairs Committee holds an evidence session on China and the international rules-based system with two panels.

This session considers the ways in which China’s domestic affairs interact with its foreign policy, and the implications for UK engagement with China; and the present status and future of Hong Kong, including the UK’s role and responsibilities.

Witnesses

Tuesday 8 January 2019, Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster

At 2.45pm

  • Professor Eva Pils, Professor of Law, Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London
  • Paul Roseby OBE, CEO and Artistic Director, National Youth Theatre of Great Britain
  • Professor Steve Tsang, Director, SOAS China Institute
  • Professor Sebastian Veg, Professor of Intellectual History and Literature of 20th Century China, School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS), Paris

At 3.45pm

  • The Rt Hon. the Lord Patten of Barnes CH, former Governor of Hong Kong

Further information

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