European Institute for Asian Studies
The 19th Party Congress: Implications for China's Foreign Policy
  • Start09:00 AM - Nov 30 2017
  • End11:30 AM - Nov 30 2017
  • Asia Platform, Rue de la Loi 26, 10th floor, 1040 Brussels
  • 02 230 81 22
  • alberto.turkstra@eias.org

 »The 19th Party Congress:

Implications for China’s Foreign Policy« 

Programme

08h30-09h00 Registration

Word of Welcome: Mr Axel GOETHALS, CEO, European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS)

Moderator: Dr Xinning SONG, Renmin University of China & VUB

09h00-10h15, Panel I. Chinese foreign policy and external relations (political and security)

            Prof. Zhongqi PAN, Fudan University

Prof. Mario TELO, ULB

Prof. David FOUQUET, CERIS

Discussant: Dr. Yuan FENG, ULB

Discussant: Mr Xavier NUTTIN, Senior Associate, European Institute for Asian Studies

10h15-11h30, Panel II. Chinese foreign policy and external relations (economic)

Prof. Weiping HUANG, Renmin University of China

Dr. Duncan FREEMAN, College of Europe

Prof. Chun DING, Fudan University

Discussant: Dr. Frederik PONJAERT, ULB

Moderator: Prof. Xinning SONG, Renmin University of China & VUB

Thursday, 30 November 2017, 09h00 – 11h30

A reception will follow

 

Venue: European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS)

Rue de la Loi 26, 10th Floor, 1040 Brussels

The 19th National Congress of Chinese Communist Party was held in October 2017. It delivered the national strategies of development for the next five years, as well as the next 30 years, i.e. the two stage objectives of China’s development until 2050. The new leadership has the ambition to have China become a modernized strong socialist state with Chinese characteristics. What are the impacts of the Party Congress on the further development of Chinese foreign policy?

Download Prof Mario Telo’s Power Point Presentation

Download Dr Zhongqi Pan’s Power Point Presentation

Download Prof Duncan Freeman’s Power Point Presentation


The 19th National Congress delivered the national strategies of development for the next five years, as well as the next 30 years, i.e. the two stage objectives of China’s development until 2050. The new leadership has the ambition to have China become a modernized strong socialist state with Chinese characteristics. What are the impacts of the Party Congress on the further development of Chinese foreign policy?



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