"China, the Guardian of Sovereignty at the UN Security Council”
This working paper builds upon an emerging literature regarding sensitivity to foreign-imposed regime change in Chinese foreign policy. Dr. Courtney J. Fung of the University of Hong Kong argues that China’s misgivings about foreign-imposed regime change affect China’s response to intervention at the UN Security Council. She establishes the connection between regime change and interventions at the UN Security Council, and categorizes why Chinese scholars and policymakers deride regime change. Dr. Fung submitted this working paper as part of her research activities for the EAI Fellows Program. (Photo: Reuters)
  • Invitation to the Korea-Central Europe Cooperation Forum
  • Second Workshop of the “Strengthening Civil Society Organizations in Myanmar 2017” Program
  • Meeting with Mr. Vikram Doraiswami, Indian Ambassador to the ROK
  • ROK-Japan Relations, the Weak Link in ROK-U.S.-Japan Trilateral Cooperation
  • The Adoption of the Paris Agreement and South Korea’s Response to the New Global Climate Regime
  • The Adoption of the Paris Agreement and South Korea’s Response to the New Global Climate Regime