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Interdependencies and Dependencies: China – Eastern Europe – European Union

March 26 | 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

China’s rise to world power is also evident in Eurasia: In Central Asia, China is the strongest economic power. China has a “strategic partnership” with Russia, based on trade in raw materials and industrial goods. In East Central Europe, the Chinese act as investors in infrastructure and production. All of this offers opportunities for development, integration and building trust. However, China also pursues political interests. Beijing and Moscow are united in their rejection of universal values ​​such as human rights and the “liberal” world order. This harbors potential for conflict in the cooperation. Can this ambivalence be regulated or are we on the threshold of a new international system conflict? The conference “Interdependencies and interdependencies:

China’s ascendancy to the role of global player is also being felt in Eurasia. In Central Asia, China is the strongest economic power, while it maintains links with Russia in the form of a “strategic partnership” based on trade in raw materials and industrial goods. In East-Central Europe, the Chinese are present as investors in infrastructure and production. All this offers opportunities for development, common ties and the forging of trust. China is also pursuing its own political interests, however. Beijing and Moscow are in agreement when it comes to their rejection of universal values ​​such as human rights and the “liberal” world order. Read in the potential for confrontation when it comes to cooperative partnerships. Can this ambivalence be regulated, or are we on the threshold of a new international conflict between divergent systems? This conference, “Interdependencies and Dependencies: China – Eastern Europe – the European Union”, will provide some answers to this question.

Program / programs

Friday, March 26th / Friday, March 26th 2021

Technical information / technical details

The conference will take place online in the DGO’s Zoom conference room. Please use our online registration . After registration, we will send you all the information you need to take part in the event by email.

The conference takes place online via Zoom. Please register to receive access. You will receive future information via mail upon successful registration. 

Livestream

The event will be broadcast via livestream and can also be followed here / You can also follow the conference via livestream:
https://www.dgo-online.org/livestream/


Register for the event / register

Please register on the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde website.

Details

Date:
March 26
Time:
9:30 am - 3:30 pm