China-Eurasia News Ticker

Panel 8. China’s Relations with European States and the US (Video)


Dr. Gina Panagopoulou (University of Piraeus, Greece), “The US – China Competition in Eurasia: the Case of Greece”. (Via ZOOM).

Mrs. Lolita Krasikova (Higher School of Economics, Russia), “EU and China: Partners or Adversaries?”.

Mr. Sebastian Contin Trillo-Figueroa (2022 Asia Global Fellow, AsiaGlobal Institute, University of Hong Kong, China), “Are China and the EU More Partners than Rivals?”. (Via ZOOM).

Mr. Maximilian Ohle (Ph.D. Candidate, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, Germany), “To Hedge or Not to Hedge: Unboxing Germany’s Political and Economic Relations with China”.

Mr. Orazio Gnerre (Ph.D. Student, University of Perugia, Italy), “Relations between China and Italy in the Context of the Development of the World Market”. (Via ZOOM).

Mr. Radu Sava (Ph.D. Candidate, University of Bucharest, Romania), “Developing a Post-Pandemic Cooperation? China, Romania and the East-Central European Multi Bilateralism”.

Mr. Dmitry Erokhin (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria)Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment to the Central and Eastern European Countries in the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic World”. (Via ZOOM).

Mr. Ahmed Bux Jamali (Ph.D. Candidate, Shanghai International Studies University, China), Dr. Mehmood Hussain (University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir) and Dr. Professor Hongsong Liu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China), “US-China Competition: Framing New Security Architecture in the Indian Ocean Region”. (Via ZOOM).

Moderator: Ms. Wendy Weng (Director of Research, China-United States Exchange Foundation, Hong Kong, China).

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