The way in which countries emerge from the economic crisis may lead to shifts in global power, with countries such as China, which holds much of the US debt, continuing to gain influence. What are the consequences for nations that are still struggling with recession, especially those that were already vulnerable? Who are the new global players and what role should international bodies such as the G20 play?
Speakers: WENRAN JIANG, Associate Professor and Mactaggart Research Chair of the China Institute, University of Alberta; ANDY KNIGHT, Professor of International Relations, in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta and editor of Global Governance Journal; NEIL K. SHENAI, PhD Candidate, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Moderator: MOHAMED AWAD, Chair, Youth Affairs, CIPA