【The 33rd Security and Strategy Seminar】CISS Held Seminar on China-Russia Ties amid Russia-Ukraine Conflict


On April 14, 2022, the Center for International Security and Strategy (CISS) of Tsinghua University held its 33rd Security and Strategy Seminar titled “China-Russia Relations amid the Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Assessment and Evaluation.”


The seminar focused on the development of Russia’s domestic situation since the conflict, the strategic positioning of future China-Russia relations, and how China should respond. China’s relationship with Russia is facing many challenges resulting from the conflict, panelists believed. While encountering the impact of the Russia-Ukraine crisis on itself, China needs to go beyond the American or Russian perspective and identify the ultimate goal of its ties with Russia from its own strategic point of view.


Moderated by CISS Director DA Wei, the event featured FENG Shaolei, Director, Center for Russian Studies, East China Normal University; FENG Yujun, Vice Dean, Institute of International Studies, Fudan University; LI Dingxin, Director, Strategic Research Division, China Center for Contemporary World Studies; LIU Xu, Executive Director, Center for International Energy and Environmental Strategy Studies, Renmin University of China; SHENG Shiliang, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Global Challenges Studies, Xinhua News Agency; SUN Zhuangzhi, Director, Institute of Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; XING Guangcheng, Member, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; XU Poling, Department Chief, Russian Economy Department, Institute of Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; ZHAO Long, Research Fellow, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies; ZHAO Huasheng, Expert, China Forum, CISS; XIAO Qian, Deputy Director, CISS; AN Gang, Fellow, CISS; SONG Bo, Research Associate, CISS.


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