Időpont: 2018. szeptember 27.
Description: The aim of the conference is to map the mutual economic benefits of the 21st Century New Maritime Silk Road, with special regard to Europe, which is closely linked to the region in question. The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Plan is an important aspect of the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative, whereby Eurasia becomes an integrated economic area. The plan has a far-reaching impact on Europe’s trading opportunities, in addition to the Far East markets in emerging Indian, East African, and Middle Eastern markets. During the conference, we will examine this complex economic and power transition with the help of international experts, continuing the discourse that began on 28 September 2017.
The language of the conference is English.
1:30pm-1:35pm Welcoming Speech
1:35pm-2pm Opening Remarks
Xinning Song, Jean Monnet Professor for European Integration Studies at Renmin University
2pm-3:15pm Panel I: Economic and Trade Prospects
Mario Esteban, Senior Analyst, Elcano Royal Institute
Byrappa Ramachandra, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös Loránd University
Huijun Yang, Research Fellow, Director of Secretariat of Shanghai Academy (CASS)
Moderator: Zsolt Csepregi, International Relations Coordinator, Antall József Knowledge Centre
3:15pm-3:30pm Coffee Break
3:30pm-4:45pm Panel II: Geostrategy and Power Balance along the Maritime Silk Road
Tomas Petru, Research Fellow, Oriental Institute, The Czech Academy of Sciences
Hailin Ye, Research Fellow, National Institute of International Strategy (CASS)
John Seaman, Research Fellow, Center for Asian Studies, French Institute of International Relations
Moderator: Viktor Eszterhai, Senior Analyst, PAIGEO
4:45pm Closing Remarks
Dr habil. István Tarrósy, Associate Professor, Director for Foreign Affairs, University of Pécs