Emerging Powers and World Order: Turkish and Chinese Perspectives
11 February 2012, Ankara
Turkey and China have been considered as new global actors in the changing global power structure with their growing economic and political influence in the world politics. Thus Turkish and Chinese perspectives toward world affairs are critically important for understanding possible ways of collaboration between new actors on a variety of issues including re-structuring United Nations, transformation of Middle East, Iranian Nuclear crisis and the future of Afghanistan. Roundtable discussion with the participation of leading Chinese and Turkish scholars will enable us to elaborate and explore mutual challenges and opportunities in this critical conjunction of the history.
Institute of Strategic Thinking-Center for Strategic Research
ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION PROGRAME:
Birol AKGÜN (Prof.)
ATTANDEES AND DISCUSSION SUBJECTS:
Zhu GUANGLEI (Prof.)- Stratum Differentiation in China: A Historical Process from Identity to Contract
Yang LONG (Prof.)- Model of Political Development in China
Han ZHAOYING (Prof.)- Chinas Public Diplomacy in New Era
Erkin EKREM (Assoc.Prof.)- Turkish-China Relations: Strategic interests and opportunities
Cenap ÇAKMAK (Assoc. Prof)- Turkeys Developing Public Diplomacy
Barış ADIBELLİ (Dr.)- Model of Turkish Political Development: Insights for Middle East
Ahmet UYSAL (Assoc. Prof.)-Turkeys Policy Toward Arab Spring
Date : February 11, 2012
Time : 13.00-15.00
Venue : Institute of Strategic Thinking (SDE)
LCV : Bircan KOLCU, (312) 473 80 45
Note : The conference language will be English with no simultaneous translation.
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