The Future of Sino-Russian Relations | Young China Watchers, Shanghai


by Project Pengyou on August 4th, 2014   772 views

When and Where

  • 04/08/2014
    7:15 pm - 8:15 pm

  • The Wooden Box
    9号 Qinghai Rd, Jing'an Shanghai, Shanghai 200041
    Shanghai
    China
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The Future of Sino-Russian Relations | Young China Watchers, Shanghai

Event Details

the Sino-Russian relationship should be a constructive and stable part of a truly integrated global community. In tonight’s talk, Professor Feng will cover a number of topics, including new developments in Sino-Russian relations, achievements and difficulties in the relationship, the Ukraine Crisis and Sino-Russian Relations, and the future of their relationship in Asia.

The Future of Sino-Russian Relations

Feng Shaolei, Dean of Advanced International Area Studies,
Director of the Center for Russian Studies, East China Normal University

Monday, August 4, 7:15PM at The Wooden Box

In the past several years, the cooperative partnership between Russia and China has been elevated to a new level, which is part of a dramatically changing global pattern. On the one hand, both China and Russia realize they need to learn more from the successes of developed nations, for the sake of their ongoing modernization of internal and external affairs. On the other hand, they cannot simply adopt existing foreign models. Regardless of future changes, the Sino-Russian relationship should be a constructive and stable part of a truly integrated global community. In tonight’s talk, Professor Feng will cover a number of topics, including new developments in Sino-Russian relations, achievements and difficulties in the relationship, the Ukraine Crisis and Sino-Russian Relations, and the future of their relationship in Asia.

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Feng Shaolei is Dean of the School of Advanced International and Area Studies (SAIAS) at East China Normal University, where is he is also Director of the Center for Russian Studies. Feng is a member of Sino-Russian Committee of Friendship, as well as Editor-in-Chief of the core Chinese journal, Russian Studies. His research interests include Russian History, History of International Relations, and History of Political Thought. Selected publications (in Chinese) include Russia in the 20th Century (2007), Transition Era (2005), and Domestic Transition and Foreign Relations: Russia since 1992 (1997). Among his many visiting academic fellowships abroad, Feng has also been Visiting Scholar at theJohns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).

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Young China Watchers is a dynamic group of China-focused young professionals with branches in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and London. Through regular speaker series and roundtables with senior figures in the China policy and business communities, it provides a chance for engaged individuals to interact and discuss the most pressing issues emerging from China today. It aims to build a global network, fostering the next generation of China thought-leaders.

This event is also co-sponsored with the Hopkins China Forum, organized by The Johns Hopkins University and its affiliated alumni associations worldwide.

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