International Conference - Rethinking China’s Rise under the Governance of the CPC: Achievements, Initiatives and Prospects
Fri, 02 Jul 2021 - Fri, 02 Jul 2021
Organized by: China and Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research and the Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences
The China and Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research and the Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences, organize the discussion on the topic of “Rethinking China’s Rise under the Governance of the CPC: Achievements, Initiatives and Prospects” at the National Academy of Sciences, Marshal Baghramyan 24, Yerevan. This conference is supported by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Armenia. All audience members are required to register for the conference. Please mention your name, surname, working or studying place in your email. Please send your registration letter to email@example.com before July 1.
Registration 10:30 (Yerevan Time)
Welcome Address (11:00-11:40)
H. E. Mr. Yong Fan (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of PRC to the Republic of Armenia).
Dr. Robert Ghazaryan, (Director of Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia)
Dr. Mher D. Sahakyan (Director of “China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research, Armenia)
Family Photo of Conference Speakers and Special Guests, coffee break (11:45-12:20)
Panel 1: (English Language) China’s Communist Party and the World (12:30)
Dr. Zheng Yuntian (Director of the World Socialism Institute, Renmin University of China, PRC), “Four Dimensions of Xi Jinping’s Scientific Orientation on China’s Commitment to the World in the New Era”. (via ZOOM)
Mr. Ebrahim Hashem (Strategist, Consultant and Scholar, UAE), “The UAE Government and Communist Party of China: Growing Relationship Based on Deep Historical Roots, Common Principles and Mutual Synergies”. (via ZOOM)
Dr. Bin Ma (Associate Professor at the Center for Russian and Central Asian Studies, Institute of International Studies, Fudan University, PRC), “The Role of the CPC in the Work of Help-The-Poor”. (via Zoom)
Panel 2: (English Language). The Role of the Health, Digital Silk Roads and Industrial Policy in the Rise of China (13:40)
Dr. Sanja Arezina, (Counselor with the Government of the Republic of Serbia, Research Associate-Assistant Professor at Belgrade University, Serbia), “China as а ‘Responsible Great Power’ – Health Silk Road as the New Component of Belt and Road Initiative in the Pandemic World” (via Zoom)
Dr. Anahit Parzyan (“China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research, Armenia), “China’s Digital Silk Road: Pivot towards Eurasia”.
Ms. Raisa Epikhina (Lecturer and Researcher, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia), “The Role of Industrial Policy in China’s Rise: A Case-Study of the Electric Power Sector”. (via ZOOM)
Panel 3: (Russian and English Languages). China’s Role in a New Multiplex World (14:40)
Dr. Konstantin Kurylev (Deputy Head of the Department of Theory and History of International Relations, RUDN University, Russia), “Chinese Views on the Concept of “Great Eurasian Partnership [Китайские представления о концепте «Большое евразийское партнерство»] (in Rus). (via ZOOM)
Dr. Ruben Elamiryan (Chair of the Department of World Politics and International Relations, Russian-Armenian University, Armenia), “The Return of Geopolitics: Eastern Partnership Countries between the European Union and China”.
Dr. Aram Abajyan (Researcher, National Academy of Sciences, Armenia), “Shanghai Cooperation Organization as a Platform for Promoting the Agenda of China’s Belt and Road Initiative”.
Panel 4: (English Language). China South Caucasus and Turkey (15:50)
Dr. Vakhtang Charaia (Head of TSU Center for Analysis and Forecasting; Affiliated prof. at Business and Technology University, Georgia), “CPC’s Belt and Road Initiative in the South Caucasus”. (via ZOOM)
Dr. Mher Sahakyan (Director, China-Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research, Armenia; Asia Global Institute, University of Hong Kong, PRC), “China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Armenia: Thoughts and Recommendations 2.0”.
Dr. Artur Israyelyan (Vice-rector for International Cooperation and Public Relations of Yerevan State University), “Chinese Studies in Yerevan State University: The History and Main Goals for Development”.
Dr. Varuzhan Geghamyan (Assistant professor, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Yerevan State University, Armenia), “On the Two Edges of Asia: China-Turkey Relations in the Context of Modern Eurasia (2000-2020)”.
Official Closing Ceremony of the Conference, handing out of certificates 16:50