Kazakhstan-China Expert Forum

published 2019-06-18 08:06:59

On June 12th, 2019 Kazakhstan Council on International Relations together with Shanghai International Studies University, Eurasian Studies Institute held bilateral Kazakhstan-China Expert Forum.

The Forum was held under the Chatham house rules format (closed), where leading Kazakh and Chinese scholars, experts and practitioners discussed important political, economic, socio-cultural issues of bilateral relations as well as global geopolitical trends and its aftershocks in Central Asia.

The meeting agenda focused on following topics:

Panel I. US-China rivalry: towards new Cold War? Panel II. Economic cooperation along the Silk Road: from infrastructure to new technology - challenges and opportunities Panel III. Kazakhstan - China: strategic partnership and cost of perception

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