【The 30th Security and Strategy Seminar】CISS Holds Seminar on Russia-Ukraine Conflict and Great Power Contest


On March 5, 2022, the Center for International Security and Strategy (CISS) of Tsinghua University held the 30th Security and Strategy Seminar entitled “Russia-Ukraine Conflict and the Great Power Contest.”


The event facilitated in-depth discussion on the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on the global landscape, great power competition, the international order and global nuclear arms control, as well as the changing patterns of warfare reflected in this conflict. The prospects of the conflict may have remained unclear, but regardless of how the endgame plays out, it has already hit the global order and major power relations, panelists believe.


Moderated by CISS Director DA Wei, the seminar featured YAN Xuetong, director of the Institute of International Relations at Tsinghua University and CISS academic committee member; ZHANG Baijia, former researcher and deputy director of the Party History Research Center of the CPC Central Committee; YAO Yunzhu, CISS academic committee member; FANG Ning, research fellow at the Institute of Political Science at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; ZHANG Yansheng, Secretary General of the Academic Committee of the National Development and Reform Commission; ZHAO Huasheng, China Forum expert and professor at the Institute of International Studies (IIS) of Fudan University; FENG Yujun, vice dean and professor at IIS; CISS fellows ZHOU Bo, AN Gang, ZHAO Minghao, and LI Chen; XIAO Qian, CISS deputy director; and CISS research associates SONG Bo, DONG Ting, and SUN Chenghao.


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