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第五次中国中东欧国家高级别智库会议日程

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       第五次中国中东欧国家高级别智库会议即将于马其顿时间2018年10月30-31日在马其顿首都斯科普里举行。


       中国社会科学院副院长王京清、外交部中国-中东欧合作办特别代表霍玉珍、马其顿总理扎埃夫、马其顿国务秘书迪莫夫斯基等出席将出席会议并发表讲话,中国社会科学院与马其顿科学与艺术学院将在开幕式上签署合作协议。


       以下为会议日程:



The Fifth High-Level Think Tanks Symposium of China and

 Central & Eastern European Countries

 30 – 31 October 2018

Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

 

Supporters: MFA of Macedonia, MASA, CASS, Secretariat of 16+1 Cooperation, CFIS

Organizers: Institute of Geopolitical Research and Foreign Policy (IGRFP), 16+1 Think Tanks Network, Institute of European Studies of CASS

 

Day One: Tuesday, 30 October 

 

9:30-10:20      Official opening 

                                                                                                               Venue: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts   

Chairman:

Ambassador Abdulkadar Memedi, Director of the Institute for Geostrategic Research and Foreign Policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia

 

Opening remarks:

H.E. Mr. Zoran Zaev, President of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia

 

Wang Jingqing.  Minister-level Vice President of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 

 

Acad. TakiFiti, President of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

H.E. Mrs. Huo Yuzhen,Special Representative for Cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European Countries 

 

10:20-11:10    Keynote Address

                            Perspectives of 16+1 Process

 

Ambassador Viktor Dimovski, State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia and National Coordinator of the Process of Cooperation (16+1) CEE Countries and China

 

Mr. Huang Ping, Director-General of the Institute of European Studies, CASS, Secretary-General of 16+1 Think Tanks Network

 

Ambassador Xu Jian, Vice President of China Foundation for International Studies, Former Ambassador to Romania and Poland 

 

Ceremony of signing MoU between Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 

Venue: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

Acad. Taki Fiti, President of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Wang Jingqing. Minister-level Vice President of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

11:10-11:30     Coffee break

Venue: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

 

11:30 – 13:30     Panel 1: 

                        Strengthening the communication of policies and development strategies between China and CEEC

Venue: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts    

 

Moderator:       Mr. Krum Efremov, Deputy National Coordinator and main expert of the Process of Cooperation (16+1) CEE Countries and China 

 

Panelists:

§Emilian Kavalski, Li Dak Sum Chair Professor in China-Eurasia Relations and International   

       Studies, the University of Nottingham Ningbo China

       Title:  ‘Win-win-win’? Can the ‘16+1’ Assist the EU Accession of the Western Balkans

 

§Kong Tianping,Senior Research Fellow, Institute of European Studies, CASS

 

§  Vladimir Petkovski and Ljubomir Drakulevski, Profesors, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”, Faculty of Economics

Title:Raising Awareness among the University Students about the “16+1 Cooperation” within the One Belt One Road (OBOR) Strategic Platform as a Prerequisite for Enhancing and further Deepening the China – CEEC Cooperation 

 

§  Liu Zuokui, Research Fellow of the Institute of European Studies, CASS, Director of the Department of Central and Eastern European Studies, Director of 16+1 Think Tanks Network

 

§  Valentin Katrandzhiev, Bulgarian Diplomatic Institute, Head of Research Division on   B&RI and 16+1 Cooperation Platform, Bulgaria

Title: Geopolitical Implications of 16+1 China-CEEC Cooperation Platform for EU-China Relations

 

§Milos Solaja, Professor, Banja Luka University Faculty of Political Sciences

TitleChinese impact to regional political and security stability in South East Europe

 

§  Dr. Huang Mengmeng, Researcher of the Institute of European Studies, CASS, Visiting, Scholar of Humboldt Foundation, Germany

 

As an important platform of cooperation and communication between China and CEEC, “16+1 Cooperation” expanded the scale of China-CEEC cooperation, and strengthened the interconnection among those 17 countries. This panel session will mainly concern about how to consolidate this platform and innovatively develop its mechanism of exchange and cooperation in order to promote the China-CEEC Cooperation to be more practical, efficient and stable in the future development of “16+1 Cooperation”.“16+1 Cooperation” is as well an important platform of the “Belt and Road” Initiative and of China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership. Meanwhile, the CEEC brought up with a number of policies and development strategies in responding to “16+1 Cooperation”. This panel session will also shed some lights on the topics of how China and CEEC will cooperate under the framework of the “Belt and Road” Initiative, and how “16+1 Cooperation” could synergize with the “Belt and Road” Initiative and the development strategies of CEEC.

 

13:30 – 14:30  Buffet Lunch

Venue: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts   

 

14:30-16:30    Panel 2:

                        Expanding the scale of trade, investment and financial cooperation between China and CEEC

Venue: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts    

 

Moderator:     Zhao Rui, Professor, Deputy Secretary General, Presidium of Academic Divisions, CASS,   

                              Deputy Director of Bureau of Scientific Research Management

Panelists

§  Katarina Brockova,Associate Professor, School of International Relations, University of Economics, Slovakia

Title:The newly emerging legal framework for China-EU trade and investment       Cooperation- the role and impact on CEEC

 

§  Chen Xin, Research Fellow, Director of the Department of Economic Studies of IES, CASS/ Executive Vice President and Managing Director of the China-CEE Institute (Budapest)

Title: Connectivity and economic scale: political economics for local development

 

§  Una AleksandraBērziņa-Čerenkova, Head of the New Silk Road Program, Latvian  Institute of International Affairs, Latvia

        Title: The implications of the China’s civilization discourse during the 16 + 1 Riga Summit

 

§Péter Goreczky, Senior analyst, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary  

Title: Land of promise? - China as an export market for Hungarian companies

 

§  Zhang Xiying, Professor and Vice Dean, Hebei University of Economics and Business, HUEB

Title: Cooperation with Central and Eastern European Countries---A New Path for the Development of    Foreign Exchange-oriented Agriculture in Hebei Province

 

§  Anto Domazet,Professor, School of Economics and Business, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Title: Bosnia Herzegovina and the Belt and Road Initiative

 

§  Yunzhe CHEN, Head of Belt and Road Research Center in the Central School of Chinese Communist Youth League, PhD of University of New South Wales

Title: Research of Higher Education Cooperation Between China and the“Belt and Road” Country

 

China and CEEC enjoy strong economic complementarities and great potential for cooperation and wide space for expanding bilateral trade and mutual investment. The trade and investment cooperation have long been a focal point of “16+1 Cooperation”, and achieved obvious progress and remarkable success. The financial cooperation has been promoted steadily and orderly since the launch of “16+1 Cooperation”, offering strong financial support for China-CEEC Cooperation. This panel session will focus on how China and CEEC could further promote infrastructure, agriculture, trade and investment facilitation, stimulate the potentiality of both markets, and develop bilateral trade and investment by using financial instruments.

 

19:00-21:00            Cultural Event 

Venue: China – CEEC Coordination Centre for Cultural Cooperation, 

National University Library St. Clement of Ohrid

 

Hosted by:      H.E. Mr. Asaf Ademi,Minister of culture

              

-       Music performance and exhibition 

-       Cocktail 

 

                                      

Day Two: Wednesday, 31 October

 

10:00-12:00     Panel 3:

                            Enhancing China-EU cooperation on the platform of "16 + 1 cooperation"

Venue: Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Amphitheater   

 

Moderator:     Kong Tianping,Senior Research Fellow, Institute of European Studies, CASS

 

Panelists

§  Tian Changchun, Senior Research Fellow of China Foundation for International Studies, Former Ambassador of China to Armenia

 

§  Aleksandar Mitić, PhD,President, Center for Strategic Alternatives, Belgrade, Serbia

       Title: (De) Constructing the Negative BRI Strategic Narrative

 

§Patrycja Pendrakowska, President of Board, Poland Asia Research Centre, Poland

       Title: Understanding the idea of institutionalization

 

§  Lucie Qian Xia, Doctoral Student, Department of International Development University of Oxford

TitleEnhancing Sino-European relations: China, the EU and the ‘16+1’

 

§Martin Sebena, Research fellow at the Institute of Asian Studies in Bratislava, 

Slovakia

Title: Slovakia and the Internationalization of RMB: Specific path of euro zone    members towards accommodation of Chinese currency

 

§  Sławomir Majman, Advisor to the President on Foreign Affairs, Employers of the Republic of Poland and fellow of Jagiellonian University

Title:Is China posing a threat to global order? East European view

 

§  Gao Xiaochuan, Research fellow at the Center for CEE studies, East China Normal University Shanghai                       

 Title: The Seventh China-CEEC summit and the prospect of "16+1 cooperation"

 

“16+1 Cooperation” is a beneficial part of China-EU Cooperation. In the past five years, China and CEEC actively explored the ways to improve China-EU Cooperation, and reached a number of consensus. This panel session is devoted to the topics of how to establish the “16+1 Cooperation” as an open and shared platform, create more and better development opportunities for China-EU Cooperation, and help the EU to make a balanced and sustainable development.

 

12:00 – 13:30  Lunch

Venue: Ministry of Foreign Affairs / 8thFloor

 

13:30-15:30     Panel 4: 

                            Deepening sub-regional cooperation between China and CEEC 

Venue: Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Amphitheater   

 

Moderator:      Anastas Vangeli, Doctoral Researcher, Graduate School for Social Research at the Polish Academy of Sciences

Panelists: 

§  Andrei Radulescu, Director of Macroeconomic Research, Banca Transilvania; Scientific Researcher, Institute for World Economy, Romania

Title: China: From the opening-up to the Belt & Road Initiative – A macroeconomic assessment

    

§  Liu Haiyun, Professor and Vice Dean, Hebei University of Economics and Business, HUEB

Title: The Status Quo and Countermeasures of Cooperation between Hebei Province and Central and Eastern Europe

 

§Ana Blazheska and Marija Risteska, Center for Research and Policy Making, 

Macedonia

Title: the creation of a Regional Investment Reform Agenda in the Western Balkans and its implications for Chinese investments: case study on the Republic of Macedonia

 

§Marsela Musabelliu, (Albania), PhD Candidate, Xiamen University

Title: The Polymorphic Western Balkans into the ‘16+1’ Cooperation Mechanism: Torn between compliance and denial.

 

§  Long Jing, Deputy Director of the Center for European Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies

Title: Sub-regional Cooperation in the Framework of “16+1 Cooperation”

 

§  Csaba Moldicz, Associate Professor, Vice-Dean for Research and International Issues, Budapest Business School, Hungary

Title: The Geopolitical and Historical Embeddedness of 16+1 Cooperation. The Case of the Visegrad Four Countries

 

§  Frosina Vitkovska, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow at Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China

Title: The “16+1” Silk Road Echoes of the Imperial Bells of China: the Confucius Metaphor of Bianzhong Sounds

 

“16+1 Cooperation” has achieved remarkable progress in several sub-regional cooperation in CEE. Local cooperation became one of the main highlight points of “16+1 Cooperation”. In recent years, the cooperation between China and Visegrád Group, China and the Baltic countries, China and the western Balkan countries raised public concern. This panel session will pay attention to analyze how “16+1 Cooperation” will deepen and enrich sub-regional cooperation, and achieve innovations and developments of regional cooperation in diplomatic practices.

 

15:30-16:00     Closing session 

Venue: Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Amphitheater   

 

Closing remarks: 

 

§  Ambassador Abdulkadar Memedi, Director of the Institute for Geostrategic Research and Foreign Policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia

 

§  Dr. Liu Zuokui, Professor, Senior Research Fellow, Director of the Department of Central and Eastern European Studies, Institute of European Studies, CASS and Director of the Secretariat Office of the "16+1 Think Tanks Network", CASS