兰州大学110周年校庆年系列活动兰州大学第二届“一带一路”高端学术论坛通知

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由“一带一路”智库合作联盟秘书处、兰州大学、西北大学、新疆大学和中国人民大学重阳金融研究院共同主办的“兰州大学第二届‘一带一路’高端学术论坛”,定于2018年11月17日在城关校区(西区)逸夫科学馆报告厅(开幕式和大会报告)和大学生活动中心(论坛分议题)举行。

论坛的主题是:“中国-中亚-西亚经济走廊:问题与现实”。本次论坛邀请了多位国内外知名专家学者来校交流并作报告,欢迎广大师生积极参加。

会议日程

2018年11月16日(星期五)国外嘉宾、兰外嘉宾报到注册

地点:飞天大酒店

2018年11月18日(星期日)嘉宾离会

兰州大学第二届“一带一路”高端学术论坛议程

时 间

2018年11月17日(星期六)

地 点

兰州大学逸夫科学馆报告厅

08:00-08:30

在兰、校内嘉宾报到注册

08:30-09:00

开幕式

主持人:沙勇忠 兰州大学社会科学处处长、教授

1.“一带一路”智库合作联盟秘书处、中共中央对外联络部当代世界研究中心战略研究处处长李鼎鑫致辞

2.甘肃省教育厅副厅长徐宏伟致辞

3.兰州大学校长严纯华院士致辞

09:15-10:40

大会报告第一阶段

主持人:朱永彪 兰州大学阿富汗研究中心主任、副教授

1.丝绸之路经济带面临的机遇和挑战

孙壮志 中国社科院俄罗斯东欧中亚研究所所长、研究员

2.一带一路与全球治理的内在联系

黄仁伟 复旦大学一带一路及全球治理研究院常务副院长、上海社科院高端智库学术委员会主席、教授

3.“一带一路”贵在民相知

张喜云 前驻阿塞拜疆、哈萨克斯坦、乌克兰大使

4.“一带一路”与中国和阿曼关系

韩志斌 西北大学中东研究所所长、教授

10:40-10:50

茶歇

10:50-12:15

大会报告第二阶段

主持人:卢山冰 西北大学丝绸之路研究院院长、教授

5.西亚主要大国对推动一带一路建设至关重要

高有祯 前驻卡塔尔大使

6.“一带一路”与贸易战

陈甬军 中国人民大学校务委员会委员、中国经济改革与发展研究院副院长、教授、人大重阳高级研究员

7.中国-中亚-西亚经济走廊的现状与机遇

Meruert Makhmutova 哈萨克斯坦公共政策研究中心主任

8.“一带一路”沿线中亚高加索国家安全与反恐

汪金国 兰州大学政治与国际关系学院院长、教授

12:30-13:30

午餐(丹桂苑二楼餐厅)

论 坛

 

分议题

议题一:

14:30-18:00(每人10分钟)

中亚与西亚的文化差异

中亚与西亚地区的大国影响

议题二:

14:00-18:10(每人10分钟)

中国、中亚与西亚国家的经贸合作

中国、中亚与西亚国家的基础设施及其联通

地点:

大学生活动中心502会议室

地点:

大学生活动中心506会议室

论 坛

 

分议题

第一阶段:14:30-15:50

主持人:杨清清 中国人民大学重阳金融研究院院务委员兼学术合作部主任

1. Will It Be Possible For The World We Live in, all the way through 20th Century, Transition From The World Order to Global In 21st Century?

Süha Atatüre 土耳其伊斯坦布尔盖迪克大学国际联系处主席、教授、博士

2.开拓文化项目 服务一带一路

王福生 甘肃省社会科学院院长、教授

3. Turkey as a Mediator Between East and West

Tugrul Keskin 上海大学全球治理中心主任

4. 权力交替与哈萨克斯坦的政治发展前景

陆 兵 新疆师范大学“一带”研究中心研究员

5.变迁中的中亚语言景观

武和平 西北师范大学国际文化交流学院院长、教授

6.中国与伊朗的百年比照与互动

王 猛 西北大学中东研究所副研究员

7.俄罗斯的“大国”认知与中俄中亚地区的竞争合作

崔 铮 辽宁大学转型国家经济政治研究中心副教授

第一阶段:14:00-15:50

主持人:李鼎鑫 中共中央对外联络部当代世界研究中心战略研究处处长

1. Arab-Sino Relations and Maritime Trade from the 7th to the 10th century

Mohammedmoin Sadeq 卡塔尔大学历史学教授、考古学教授

2.“土库曼斯坦-丝绸之路的中枢”区域互联互通视角下土库曼斯坦国家新的定位

王四海 中国地质大学外国语学院教授

3.中国—中亚国家金融合作问题

张文中 新疆财经大学金融学院院长

4.“一带一路”国家电子商务发展指数研究

谷 彬 国家统计局统计科学研究所副研究员

5.“一带一路”建设中的法律风险识别及应对策略

李玉璧 西北师范大学法学院教授

6.“一带一路”背景下中国与西亚国家产能合作基础与模式研究

秦放鸣 新疆大学经济与管理学院教授

7.“Belt and Road”Initiative: Perspectives and Challenges for Kazakhstan and Central Asia

Dyussebayev Dauren哈萨克斯坦阿里法拉比国立民族大学“一带一路”研究中心主任

8. 工业制造业领域中国与阿拉伯国家的产能合作

刘 冬 中国社会科学院西亚非洲研究所副研究员、中东研究室副主任

9.阿拉木图Z.V社区东干人经营的中国商品市场研究

Khishanlo Salmira 徐黎丽 兰州大学中国边疆安全与发展研究中心

10.“一带一路”与中国印象——基于乌兹别克斯坦的考察

崔 悦 陕西师范大学中亚研究所

15:50-16:10

茶歇

论 坛

 

分议题

第二阶段:16:10-18:00

主持人:韩志斌 西北大学中东研究所所长、教授

1.From Cultural Diversity to Cultural Affinity: Turkey as a Mediator Between East and West

Merthan Dundar 安卡拉大学亚太研究中心主任、教授

2.中亚与西亚地区大国的影响

石 泽 中国国际问题研究院研究员

3.Terrorism, Organised Crime and Illicit Trafficking: Geopolitical Actors in Central Asia and the Belt and Road Initiative

Giuliano Bifolchi 意大利罗马第二大学副教授

4.中亚安全形势中的大国因素——国家安全视角

沈晓晨 中国-上海合作组织国际司法交流合作培训基地(上海政法学院)专职研究员

5.The civilizational characteristics of Central Asia and China: similarities and differences

Salamat Dzhybykeev 吉尔吉斯共和国国家战略研究所(NISS)研究骨干

6.伊朗同中亚五国关系及发展动向

王莹 北京外国语大学亚非学院波斯语教师

7.贸易开放与文化变迁

刘 扬 天水师范学院高加索地区研究中心研究员

第二阶段:16:10-18:10

主持人:王福生 甘肃省社会科学院院长、教授

1.Economic Relations between Georgia and China in the Context of China-Central Asia -Western Asia Economic Corridor

Mikheil Tokmazishvili 格鲁吉亚第比利斯开放大学教授

2.中哈经济合作成效与展望

卢山冰 西北大学丝绸之路研究院院长、教授

3.China’s role in economic development & Infrastructure investment as enabler to Human Security in Afghanistan

Halimullah Kousary 阿富汗冲突与和平研究中心主任

4.一带一路建设中中亚与西亚的经济差异和经贸合作对策选择

倪国良 兰州大学马克思主义学院教授

5.中国、中亚与西亚国家的经贸合作战略

冯宗宪 西安交通大学管理学院教授

6.中国、中亚与西亚经贸合作关系现状研究

孙 慧 新疆大学经济与管理学院教授

7.“一带一路”背景下中格经贸往来

车如山 兰州大学格鲁吉亚研究中心主任、高等教育研究院副教授

8.The Possibility and Impossibility of Afghan-China Strategic-Economic Cooperation

Erfan Erzaz 阿富汗战略研究所西区办事处主任

9.中国-中亚-西亚经济走廊与能源合作共同体

朱永彪 兰州大学阿富汗研究中心主任、副教授

10.中欧班列助力中国与中亚西亚经贸合作

王康周 兰州大学管理学院副教授

11.中国少数民族地区融入一带一路价值链体系研究

赵景瑞 新疆大学经济与管理学院博士研究生

18:30-19:30

晚餐(丹桂苑二楼餐厅)

Forum Agenda

Friday, November 16 Registration of Guests from Abroad and Outside Lanzhou Municipality

Place:Legend Hotel

Sunday, November 18 Departure of Guests

The 2ndForum for Belt and Road Research, Lanzhou University

Agenda

Time

Saturday, November 17

Place

Lecture Hall, Yifu Scientific Center, Lanzhou University

08:00-08:30

Registration of Guests from Lanzhou Municipality and Lanzhou University

08:30-09:00

I. Opening Ceremony: November 17, 2018/ 8:30-9:00

Moderation: Sha Yongzhong, Professor and Director of Social Science Administration of Lanzhou University

1.Welcome Speech by Li Dingxin, Director of Secretariat of Silk Road Think Tank Association, and Director of the Strategic Research Division of China Center for Contemporary World Studies

2.Welcome Speechby Xu Hongwei, DeputyDirector,Departmentof Education, Gansu Province

3.Welcome Speech by Yan Chunhua, Fellow of the Academy of Sciences, and President of Lanzhou University

09:15-10:40

Stage 1: 9:15-10:35(10:40)

Moderation: Zhu Yongbiao, Associate Professor and Director of Center for Afghanistan Studies, Lanzhou University

1. Opportunities and Challenges Faced by the Silk Road Economic Belt

Sun Zhuangzhi, Research Fellow and Director of Institute of Russia, Eastern Europe & Central Asian Studies, CASS.

2. The Internal Relationship between the “Belt and Road” Initiative and Global Governance

Huang Renwei, Professor, Executive Vice Dean of Fudan Institute of Belt and Road & Global Governance, and Chairman of the Academic Committee of the High-Level Think Tank of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences

3. A Praiseworthy Highlight of the “Belt and Road” Initiative: Mutual Understanding

Zhang Xiyun, Former Ambassador to Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine

4. The “Belt and Road” Initiative and Sino-Oman Relationship

Han Zhibin, Professor and Director of Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, Northwest University

10:40-10:50

Tea Break

10:50-12:15

Stage 2: 10:50-12:10 (12:15)

Moderation: Lu Shanbing, Professor and Dean of Institute of Silk Road Studies, Northwest University

5. Vital Role of Major West-Asian Powers in Promoting the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Gao Youzhen, Former Ambassador to Qatar

6. The “Belt and Road” Initiative and Trade War

Chen Yongjun, Professor, Member of Administration Committee of Renmin University of China, Deputy Dean of China Economic Reform and Development Institute, and Senior Research Fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China

7.The Current Situationand Opportunities of China-Central Asia-Western Asia Economic Corridor

Meruert Makhmutova, Director of Public Policy Research Center of Kazakhstan

8. Security and Counter-Terrorism in Caucasian Countries along the “Belt and Road” Regions in Central Asia

Wang Jinguo, Professor and Dean of School of Politics and International Relations, Lanzhou University

12:30-13:30

Lunch(second floor of Dangui Canteen)

Panel Session

Panel 1

14:30-18:00 (10 minutes for each speaker)

Cultural Differences between Central Asia and West Asia

TheInfluence of Major Powers in Central Asia and West Asia

Panel 2

14:00-18:10(10 minutes for each speaker)

Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Central Asia & West Asia

Infrastructure in China, Central Asia and West Asia and its connectivity

Place:

Conference Room NO. 502, Undergraduate Activity Center

Place:

Conference Room NO. 506, Undergraduate Activity Center

Panel Session

Stage 1:14:30-15:50

Moderation: Yang Qingqing, Committee Member

of Chongyang Institute for FinancialStudies at Renmin Universicy of China, and Director of Research Cooperation Department

1. Will It Be Possible for the World We Live in, all the way through 20th Century, Transition from the World Order to Global In 21st Century?

Dr. Süha Atatüre, Professor and Chairman of International Relations Office of Gadick University, Istanbul, Turkey

2. Develop Cultural Projects, Serve the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Wang Fusheng, Professor and President of Gansu Academy of Social Sciences

3. Turkey as a Mediator between East and West

Tugrul Keskin, Director of Center for Global Governance, Shanghai University

4. Alternation of Power and Political Prospects in Kazakhstan

Lu Bing, Research Fellow, Belt and Road Research Center, Xinjiang Normal University

5. Central Asian Language Landscape in Transition

Wu Heping, Professor and Dean of College of International Cultural Exchange, Northwest Normal University

6. A Hundred Years of Comparison and Interaction between China and Iran

Wang Meng, Research Associate, Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, Northwest University

7. Russia’s “Great Power” Cognition and Its Competition & Cooperation with China in Central Asia

Cui Zheng, Associate Professor, Research Centre for the Economics and Politics of Transitional Countries, Liaoning University

Stage 1:14:00-15:50

Moderation: Li Dingxin, Director of the Strategic Research Division of China Center for Contemporary World Studies at International Department of Central Committee of C.P.C

1. Arab-Sino Relations and Maritime Trade from the 7th to the 10thCentury

Mohammedmoin Sadeq, Professor of History and Archaeology, Qatar University

2. The New Orientation of Turkmenistan: A Perspective of Regional Interconnection of “Turkmenistan as the Pivot of Silk Road”

Wang Sihai, Professor, School of Foreign Languages, China University of Geosciences

3. On China-Central Asian Financial Cooperation

Zhang Wenzhong, Dean of School of Finance, Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics

4. Research on the E-commerce Development Index of Belt and Road Countries

Gu Bin, Research Associate, Institute of Statistical Science, National Bureau of Statistics

5. Legal Risks Identification and Coping Strategies in Implementing the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Li Yubi, Professor, Law School of Northwest Normal University

6. Research on the Basis and Model of Capacity Cooperation between China and West Asia under the Background of the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Qin Fangming, Professor, School of Economics and Management, Xinjiang University

7. “Belt and Road” Initiative: Perspectives and Challenges for Kazakhstan and Central Asia

Dyussebayev Dauren, Director of “Belt and Road” Research Center of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan

8. Capacity Cooperation between China and Arab Countries in IndustrialManufacturing

Liu Dong, Research Associate, Institute of West-Asian and African Studies, Deputy Director of Middle East Research Office, CASS

9. Research on Chinese Commodity Market Operated by Donggan People in Z.V Community of Almaty

Khishanlo Salmira, Xu Lili, China’s Borderland Security and Development Research Center, Lanzhou University

10. The “Belt and Road” and Image of China—Based on the Investigation into Uzbekistan

Cui Yue, Institute of Central Asian Studies, Shaanxi Normal University

15:50-16:10

Tea Break

Panel Session

Stage 2:16:10-18:00(10 minutes for each speaker)

Moderation: Han Zhibin, Professor and Director of Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, Northwest University

1. From Cultural Diversity to Cultural Affinity: Turkey as a Mediator between East and West

Merthan Dundar, Professor and Director of Asia Pacific Research Center, Ankara University, Turkey

2. The Influence of the Major Powers in Central Asia and West Asia

Shi Ze, Research Fellow, China Institute of International Studies

3. Terrorism, Organised Crime and Illicit Trafficking: Geopolitical Actors in Central Asia and the Belt and Road Initiative

Giuliano Bifolchi, Associate Professor, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy

4. The Great Power Factor in Central Asia Security—A National Security Perspective

Shen Xiaochen, Full-Time Research Fellow, China-Shanghai Cooperation Organization International Judicial Exchange and Cooperation Training Base (Shanghai University of Political Science and Law)

5. The Civilizational Characteristics of Central Asia and China: Similarities and Differences

Salamat Dzhybykeev, National Institute of Strategy Studies (NISS) of the Kyrgyz Republic

6. Iran’s Relations with the Five Countries of Central Asia and trends

Wang Ying, School of Asian and African Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University

7. Evaluation and Analysis of the InternationalCompetitiveness of Chinese Cultural Products

Liu Yang, Research Fellow, Caucasus Regional Research Center of Tianshui Normal University

Stage 2:16:10-18:10(10 minutes for each speaker)

Moderation: Wang Fusheng, Professor and President of Gansu Academy of Social Sciences

1. Economic Relations between Georgia and China in the Context of China-Central Asia -Western Asia Economic Corridor

Mikheil Tokmazishvili, Professor, Tbilisi Open University, Georgia

2. Sino-Kazakhstan Economic Cooperation: Achievements and Prospects

Lu Shanbing, Professor and Dean of Institute of Silk Road Studies, Northwest University

3. China’s Role in Economic Development & Infrastructure Investment as Enabler to Human Security in Afghanistan

Halimullah Kousary, Director of the Center for Conflict and Peace Studies in Afghanistan

4. Economic Differences in Central Asia and West Asia and Countermeasures for Economic and Trade Cooperation in the Context of the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Ni Guoliang, Professor, School of Marxism, Lanzhou University

5.Economic and Trade Cooperation Strategy of China and Central-and-Western Asian Countries

Feng Zongxian, Professor, School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University

6.Study on Current Economic and Trade Cooperation Relations of China and Central-and-Western Asian Countries

Sun Hui, Professor, School of Economics and Management, Xinjiang University

7. Sino-Georgian Economic and Trade Exchanges: From the Perspective of the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Che Rushan, Director of Center for Georgian Studies, and Associate Professor at Institute of Higher Education, Lanzhou University

8. The Possibility and Impossibility of Afghan-China Strategic-Economic Cooperation

Erfan Erzaz, Head of Herat Office at Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies

9. China-Central Asia-West Asia Economic Corridor and Energy Cooperation Community

Zhu Yongbiao, Associate Professor and Director of Afghanistan Studies Center, Lanzhou University

10. CHINA RAILWAY Express Contributes to China-Central Asia Economic and Trade Cooperation

Wang Kangzhou, Associate Professor, School of Management, Lanzhou University

11.Study on the Integration of Minority Areas of China to Belt and Road Value Chain System

Zhao Jingrui, PhD Student, College of Economic and Management, Xinjiang University

18:30-19:30

Supper(second floor of Dangui Canteen)

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