Maxim Bratersky to speak on ' Emerging Powers versus US Financial Hegemony: Legitimate Self-Defense or Strategic Offensive? '
On December 19, the International Research Seminar of the International Laboratory on World Order Studies and New Regionalism will organize an academic workshop with Maxim Bratersky, who will give a report: 'Emerging Powers versus US Financial Hegemony: Legitimate Self-Defense or Strategic Offensive?'
The report is concerned with the reasons why nations like China, Russia, and others are increasingly unhappy with existing US financial hegemony in the international system and what strategies they develop in the monetary sphere to resolve the problem as they see it.
Along with addressing some issues related to the concept of hegemony in general and its financial applications, we will attempt to investigate the sources of "revisionist" policy practiced by some of the emerging powers and will discuss the methods and policies applied by the "non-conformist" nations in order to revise the existing international financial arrangements.
Maxim Bratersky is a leading research fellow on the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs / Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS), an assistant fellow in the International Laboratory on World Order Studies and New Regionalism and a programme academic supervisor of International Relations in Eurasia, HSE and University of London Parallel Degree Programme in International Relations.
The workshop will be held on December 19, 5 :00 p.m.