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Agenda of the International Scientific Conference, IMPP, Belgrade, 12 and 13 July 2017

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AGENDA OF THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE:

 

 

"INITIATIVES OF THE 'NEW SILK ROAD' - ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belgrade,

12 and 13 July 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Conference hall of the Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade,
 Makedonska St. no. 25 / First Floor

 

 

9:30–10:10   Opening Session

 

·         Opening speech by Mr. Branislav ĐORĐEVIĆ, Director of the Institute of International politics and Economics, Belgrade

·         Welcome speech by Ministar Mr. Mladen ŠARČEVIĆ, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia

·         Welcome speech by Mr. HUANG Ping, Director General of the Institute of European Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

·         Welcome speech by H.E. Mr. LI Manchang, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary  

 

10.10-10.40 Coffee break

 

10.40-13.00

FIRST SESSION:
"NEW SILK ROAD" - CHINESE STRATEGY OF WORLD DEVELOPMENT

(Moderator Dr. Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ)

 

1.       HUANG Ping, Director General of the Institute of European Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, PR China

 

SECURITY CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FORCHINA-CEE COOPERATIONS (introductory lecture)

 

2.       Elke Fimmen, Researcher, Schiller Institute, Executive Intelligence Review, Wiesbaden,Germany

 

THE NEW SILK   ROAD – ITS STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE FOR WORLD PEACE

 

3.       KONG Tianping, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

ONE BELT AND ONE ROAD INITIATIVE: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGE 

 

4.       Jacqueline Myrrhe, independent space journalist, Germany, William Carey, Ph.D., CEO Five Owls Technology Limited, United Kingdom of Great Britain

 

CHINA'S SPACE PROGRAMME - BORN OUT OF NATIONAL NEEDS POISED TO SUPPORT GLOBAL PROGRESS

 

5.       Blagoje S. Babić, Professorial Fellow, Committee for Economic Sciences of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts,  Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade

 

NEW SILK   ROAD – RESPONSE FOR THE CHALLENGES OF CHINESE ECONOMY

 

6.       Yao Zhizhong, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Institute of World Economics and Politics, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

THE BELT AND ROAD AND FINANCING SYSTEM

7.       Jasminka Simić, Research Fellow, Editor-Journalist of the Radio-Television of Serbia,  RTS, Belgrade

 

INITIATIVE “ONE BELT, ONE   ROAD” – A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR INTRA-REGIONAL CONECTIVITY

 

8.       Jovan Čavoški, Research Fellow, Institute for Recent History of Serbia

 

ONE BELT, ONE   ROAD, BCIM ECONOMIC CORRIDOR AND SINO-INDIAN RELATIONS

 

9.       ZHAO Chen, Professor, Chief of Division of International Relations Studies, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE AND EUROPEAN INTEGRATION 

10.    Slobodan Zečević, Professorial Fellow, Institute for European Studies, Belgrade

THE NEW SILK ROAD IN THE CONTEXT OF THE RELATIONS BETWEENCHINAAND THE EUROPEAN UNION

11.    Anastas Vangeli, Doctoral researcher at the Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Poland

 

16+1 AS A LABORATORY FOR THE BELT&ROAD: GLOBALCHINATHROUGH THE LENS OF THE EUROPEAN PERIPHERY

 

12.    Mariana Tian, Professor, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Historical Studies, Sofia,Bulgaria

 

THE PARTICIPATION OFBULGARIAIN THE INITIATIVES OF THE 'NEW SILK ROAD' - ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES"

 

13.    Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos, Ambassador ad.h.,Greece

 

THE NEW SILK ROAD ANDGREECE

 

14.    Risto Mijalov, Ph.D., Goran Kitevski, M.Sc., Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Institute of geography, Skopje, Macedonia

 

THE NEW SILK ROAD IN THE CONTEXT OF THE NEW POLITICAL CONDITIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA

 

15.    Alexandru Georgescu, EURISC Foundation, Bucharest,Romania 

 

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION, INSTRUMENT AND OPPORTUNITY FOR THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE

 

16.    Jędrzej Czerep, PhD, Analyst, Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Amicus Europae Foundation, Warsaw, Poland

 

POLISH READING OF THE NEW SILK ROAD PROJECT

 

13:00-13:20 – Debate   (Commentator –  Dr. Jasminka Simić)

 

13:20 -13-30 Coffee break

 

 

 

 

 13.30-16:30                                          

SECOND SESSION:

GEOPOLITICAL VISIONS AND ACTIONS OF THE 'NEW SILK ROAD' INITIATIVES

(Moderator Professor LIU Zuokui )

 

1.       Časlav OCIĆ, Academician, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade

 

CHINA GLOBALIZES  (introductory lecture)

 

2.       TIAN Dewen, Director of the Department of European Social and Cultural Studies, the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

INCLUSIVE GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CEE COUNTRIES  (introductory lecture)

 

3.       HE Zhigao, Research Assistant, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

DIFFERENTIATED INTEGRATION AND 16+1 COOPERATION 

 

4.       Neven Cvetićanin, Senior Research Fellow,  Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade

 

CREATION OF THE ORDER OF THE 21ST CENTURY

 

5.       Milan Kankaraš, Ivan Petrović, Biljana Stojković, Ministry of defence, Republic of Serbia, Belgrade

 

OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS OF NEW IDEA

 

6.       LIU Zuokui, Director of the Division of Central and Eastern European Studies, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

THE RISKS ASSESSMENT OF THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN  EUROPE 

 

14:30-15:00Pause for catering

 

15:00-16:10 Continuation of Second Session

 

 

7.       Zlatan Jeremić, PhD, Ministry of Defence, Republic of Serbia, Belgrade

 

CHINAS MEGAPROJECT – GLOBAL SECURITY ANALYSIS

 

8.       Sergej Uljanov, Ph.D., Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade

 

NEW SILK   ROAD SECURITY CHALLENGES

 

9.       LI Ruizhong, Ph.D., Engineer-in-Chief, Energy Development  Research Center, Electric Power  

      Planning & Engineering Institute (EPPEI)

 

THE CHINESE APPROACH TO ENERGY SECURITY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE "ONE BELT, ONE ROAD" INITIATIVE

 

10.    Darko Trifunović, Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Security Studies, Belgrade, Shanghai Institute for European Studies, Shanghai

 

OBOR INITIATIVE AND SECURITY CHALLENGES

 

11.    Nano Ružin, Pofessor and Rector, FON University, Skopje,Macedonia

 

GEOPOLITICS OF THE NEW SILK ROAD: CHALLENGES, INTERESTS AND RIVALITIES BETWEEN EAST AND WEST : THE BALKANS EXAMPLE

 

12.    Miloš Šolaja, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, Banja Luka,Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

CHINESE PRESENCE IN SOUTH EAST  EUROPE AND STRATEGIC RELATIONS OF GREAT POWERS TO THE REGION

 

 

13.    Ratko Ljubojević, Assistant Professor, Faculty of law, John Naisbitt University, Academy of National  Security, Belgrade

 

MIGRATIONS AS SECURITY CHALLENGES ON THE ‘NEW SILK   ROAD’

 

14.    ZHAO Jizhou, Assistant Professor, Division of International Relations Studies, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

 

CONSULAR PROTECTION: A NEW AGENDA FOR CHINA-CEE COUNTRIES COOPERATION 

 

 

16:10-16:30 – Debate   (Commentator – Professor LIU Zuokui)

 

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Conference hall of the Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade,
 Makedonska St. no. 25 / First Floor

 

 

9:30-12:10

THIRD SESSION:
GEO-ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL VISIONS AND ACTIONS OF THE 'NEW SILK ROAD' INITIATIVES

(Moderator Dr. Sanja Jelisavac Trošić)

 

 

1.       Igor Davidović, LLM, Former Ambassador, Banja Luka, Republic of Serbska,Bosnia and   Herzegovina

 

THE NEW SILK ROAD –  ECONOMIC APPROACH OR FOREIGN POLICY CONCEPT

 

 

2.       Dušan Vasić, Professor, Faculty of Business Studies and Law, Belgrade,, Nela Bosnić MSc, National bank of Serbia, Nina Vasić MSc, Commission for Pretection of Competition of the Serbia, Belgrade

 

CHANGE OF CHINESE ECONOMIC DEVELEPMENT STRATEGY

 

3.       Boris Mijović, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Business Economics, Bar,Montenegro, Filip Turčinović, Professor, Law and Business University, "Union Nikola Tesla", Belgrade

 

CONFRONTATION OF GREAT POWERS ALONG THE SILK   ROAD

 

4.       Mikhail M. Lobanov, Senior research fellow, Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow,Russia, Jelena Zvezdanović Lobanova, MSc, Research assistant, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade

 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE EUROPEAN TRANSPORT ARTERIES AND HUBS IN THE FRAMES OF OBOR INITIATIVE

5.       Nataša Tomić-Petrović, Professor, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade

 

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NEW SILK ROAD FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE ON THE REGIONAL  AND   GLOBAL LEVEL

 

6.       Dobrica Vesić, Senior Research Fellow, Pero Petrović, Professorial Fellow, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade

 

ECONOMIC EFFECTS   SILK ROAD AND COOPERATION WITH THE EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION  

 

7.      Duško Dimitrijević, Professorial Fellow, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, Nikola Jokanović, LLM, China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF CHINESE INVESTMENTS IN THE ONE BELT, ONE ROAD INITIATIVE

 

8.       Edita Stojić Karanović, Professorial Fellow, Enisa Imamović, Research Assistant, International Scientific Forum “Danube – River of Cooperation” Belgrade

ТHE NEW SILK ROAD AND THE REGIONAL COOPERATION OF THE WEST BALKANS

9.       Hatidža Beriša, Ph.D., Igor Barišić, Univeristy of Defence, Military Academy, Katarina Jonev, Faculty of Security Studies, Belgrade

 

"ONE BELT AND ONE ROAD" AND SERBIA

 

10.    Đurađ Grubišić, LLM, Serbian-Chinese business club, Beijing, University for Peace of the United Nations, European Center for Peace and Development, Belgrade

 

IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THE NEW SILK ROAD INITIATIVES COULD ALTER SERBIAN ECONOMY – ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES

 

11.    Boris Nikolić, CPO & Founder at RENW, Cleantech Open Accelerator, Boston,USA

 

SERBIA ASCHINAHUB TO EUROPE - AN MBA PERSPECTIVE

 

12.    Dušan Dabović, LLD, Senior legal advisor, Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection Republic of Serbia

COOPERATION BETWEEN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OFCHINAAND THE REPUBLIC OFSERBIAIN THE FIELD OF FOOD SAFETY

13.    Dragoljub Todić, Professor, Sanja Jelisavac, Research Fellow, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade

 

THE CHINA, THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE SERBIA STATUS IN THE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS

 

14.    Katarina Zakic, PhD, Faculty of business studies, John Naisbitt University, Belgrade

 

CULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF "SUMMIT 16+1" COUNTRIES – HOFSTEDE MODEL

 

 

11.50-12.10 – Debate and concluding remarks   (Commentator – Dr. Mikhail M. Lobanov)

Note:

Organizer International Scientific Conference kindly asks all participants to present the results of their work through the presentation of the main theses and conclusions for a period not longer than 10 minutes.