China’s One Belt One Road Initiative and Central Europe

The Institute of International Relations Prague together with the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing, organized a seminar “China’s One Belt One Road Initiative and Central Europe”.

23. 3. 2016 (10:00)

This content is not up to date Nerudova 3

You can download the programme here.

10:00 – 10:15 Welcoming Remarks

  • Dr. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň, Head of the Research Department, the Institute of International Relations, Prague
  • Luo Jinghui, Deputy Director General, the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences


10:15 – 11:30 Panel I: OBOR and the V4 States

Panel Host: Dr. Rudolf Fürst, Researcher of the Institute of International Relations Prague

  • Prof. Kong Tianping, Senior Researcher of the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences:
    The Belt and Road Initiative and Its Implication for Cooperation between China and the Visegrad States
  • Prof. Liu Zuokui, Director of the Department of Central and Eastern European Studies, the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences:
    How Chinese Perceive the V4 and China–V4 Relations
  • Prof. Chen Xin, Director of the Department of European Economic Studies, the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences:
    The Czech Republic in the 16+1 Cooperation
  • Prof. Tian Dewen, Director of the Department of European Social and Cultural Studies, the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences:
    The Belt and Road Initiative in China’s New Diplomatic Framework
  • Dr. Alice Rezková, the Association for International Affairs:
    What Can CEE and China Learn from Each Other in Innovation?

11:30 – 12:00 Lunch


12:00 – 14:00 Panel II: OBOR and Czech–Chinese Bilateral Relations

Panel Host: Prof. Kong Tianping, Senior Researcher of the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

  • Prof. Cui Hongjian, the China Institute of International Studies:
    The Role and Potential of the Czech Republic in the Development of China-Europe Relations
  • Dr. Vilém Semerák, the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education - Economics Institute; Charles University:
    One Belt, One Road – the Czech Perspective
  • Dr. Rudolf Fürst, Researcher of the Institute of International Relations Prague:
    CEE–China Relations Updated: Czechs Going Prominent?
  • Dr. Ju Weiwei, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences:
    Economic Cooperation Between China and the Czech Republic
  • Dr. Ma Junchi, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences:
    Comparative Studies on the China-V4 Relations and Geman-V4 Relations


Auspice

The Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing

Expertise to impact

Subscribe