The second seminar in the series took place at 10 St James’s Square, Chatham House, London, on Friday 22 March 2013.
The first panel explored the legacy of the American exception and asked how China and India responded to US counterterrorism policies post-9/11. The next panel looked at international law and how the rising powers supported or undermined recent developments in international criminal law and the responsibility to protect. The final seminar examined global civil society and the promotion of human rights in an ‘Asian century’. The programme is available here.
A summary of the remarks at the conference is available here.