This podcast presentation is taken from a speech made by a China Forum Expert, Ambassador YUE Xiaoyong, at the 2020 TRT World Forum, which was hosted on December 2, 2020. The forum’s theme was “Shifting Dynamics: The International Order in a Post-Pandemic World,” with the round table discussion focusing on “Great Power Competition in the Balkans.”
The South China Sea issue has been a long-term topic for China-U.S. relations. Where did the disputes originate and what are the fundamental reasons behind them? How could China better explain its goals and minimize misunderstanding? What efforts should the two countries take to prevent an escalation of tension?
This podcast presentation is revised from Professor Tang’s original speech made during the Ditchley Foundation Conference ‘Living with COVID-19, What are the Implications for the World if a Vaccine Remains Elusive,’ a webinar hosted on October 16, 2020.
Gao Jian, a China Forum Expert and director of the Center for British Studies at Shanghai International Studies University, shares his opinions on the significance of China-EU bilateral relations from an economic, political and cultural perspective, as well as the future of the traditional alliance between Europe and the United States.
Back in 2003, Madam Fu Ying, in her capacity as Director-General of the Asian Affairs Department of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, attended the Three-Party Talks, and later the Six-Party Talks on the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula. Today, we will be returning to the commemorative conference marking the 15th anniversary of the Joint Statement of the Fourth Round of the Six-Party Talks, which were released on September 19, 2005.
Against the backdrop of the impact of COVID-19 and the American push for decoupling, how should the ‘Sino-British cooperation and development of service trade’ be addressed? Mr. Gong Jiong, a China Forum expert and professor at the University of International Business and Economics, together with Sir Martin Sorrell, the founder of WPP plc, the world's largest advertising and PR group, deliver their insights.
The whole world is currently paying close attention to the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
With over 1 million died, COVID-19 has posed grave threat to the global health systems, rippled across the entire economy and further deteriorated the geopolitical tensions. Zhang Lirong, Secretary-General of the China Forum at Tsinghua University’s Center for International Security and Strategy will look ahead the EU-China relations in a post-pandemic world, and in what ways could the two great powers work together to cushion the downturn and stimulate the economic recovery.