2013当代世界多边对话会

 

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November 7-8, 2013  Beijing · China
Sponsor:    China Center for Contemporary World Studies
China Foundation for Peace and Development
Cooperator:China Energy Fund Committee

Overview

 The coming years will witness an important stage in China's peaceful development. In the meanwhile, the world will go through a critical stage of transformation in economic and political landscape as well as security architecture. China's new leadership has made a solemn declaration to the world that China will unswervingly follow the road of peaceful development, remain committed to inclusive, cooperative and win-win development, and proceed in pursuit of a peaceful international environment for its own development while promoting world peace through its development.

 The preconditions for China's peaceful development include, among other things, the comprehensive and objective perception of contemporary China as well as the rest of the world, the incisive apprehension of development trends, the continuous enlargement of the field of vision, and the coherent handling of international as well as domestic situation. In view of this, China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS) and China Foundation for Peace and Development (CFPD) will, on the 7th and 8th of November, 2013, co-sponsor in Beijing a Contemporary World Multilateral Dialogue, whose theme is Global Trends and China in the Coming Decade.

 This Multilateral Dialogue will focus on the global development trends, China's role in international affairs, and its strategic options. The conference is composed of four sessions: Global Economy: Seeking Win-Win Development; Global Politics: Bettering Intra- and Inter-national Governances; Global Security: Tackling the Old and Emerging Conflicts; China's International Strategies in a New Global Setting.

 The political figures and former political figures present at the conference are Mr. Wang Jiarui, Vice Chairman of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and Minister of IDCPC (International Department, Central Committee of the CPC), Stjepan Mesic, former President of Croatia, Mr. Istvan Ujhelyi, Deputy Speaker of the Hungarian National Assembly. Among the participants, there are around fifty overseas scholars and experts from more than thirty countries, including the US, UK, India, Brazil, South Africa, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Pakistan, Fiji, and Nigeria etc..

Agenda

Thursday, 7 November
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-10:00 Opening Remarks
10:00-10:20 Group Photo
Session 1: Global Economy:Seeking Win-win Development
10:20-11:30 Part 1
11:30-12:00 Open Discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch (Sunshine Hall, Wanshou Hotel)
13:30-14:20 Part 2
14:20-14:50 Open Discussion
14:50-15:00 Coffee Break
Session 2: Global Politics: Bettering Intra- and Inter-national Governances
15:00-16:00 Part 1
16:00-16:30 Open Discussion
16:30-16:40 Coffee Break
16:40-17:30 Part 2
17:30-18:00 Open Discussion
18:00     Welcome Dinner (Cuihua Hall)

Friday, 8 November
Session 3: Global Security: Tackling the Uncertainties and Conflicts
08:30-09:10 Part 1
09:10-09:40 Open Discussion
09:40-10:20 Part 2
10:20-10:50 Open Discussion
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
Session 4: China's International Strategies in a New Global Setting
11:10-11:50 Part 1
11:50-12:20 Open Discussion
12:20-13:00 Part 2
13:00-13:30 Open Discussion
13:30-13:40 Closing Remarks
13:40-14:30 Lunch (Sunshine Hall of Wanshou Hotel).

Speakers

Background Reading

Background Papers on the Global Trends and China
(Note: This reading list aims to provide some background readings for people who are interested in the topic. It is by no means a complete or the most authoritative list on the subject. If you have readings to recommend, please send entry to cccws2013@gmail.com.)
·YU Hongjun, "On the Development and Evolution of Eight Major Current International Trends," Contemporary World, No.1, 2012.

http://cpc.people.com.cn/GB/68742/187710/16930776.html
·The World Bank Report "China 2030: Building a Modern, Harmonious, and Creative Society", 27 February 2012.
http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/feature/2012/02/27/china-2030-executive-summary

·UNDP & China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE) Report "Reconfiguring Global Governance: Effectiveness, Inclusiveness, and China's Global Role," August 2013.
http://www.undp.org/content/dam/china/docs/Publications/UNDP-CH_Global_Governance_Report_2013_EN.pdf

·WANG Jisi, "The Global Trends and China's International Environment", Contemporary World, No.1, 2013.
·The Atlantic Council (USA) & China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) Joint Report "China-US Cooperation: Key to the Global Future," 7 September 2013.
http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/en/publications/reports/china-us-cooperation-key-to-the-global-future

·The US National Intelligence Council's (NIC) Report "Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds", December 2012.
http://www.dni.gov/files/documents/GlobalTrends_2030.pdf

·The European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS) Report 'Global Trends 2030 - Citizens in an Interconnected and Polycentric World',27 April 2012.
http://www.iss.europa.eu/publications/detail/article/espas-report-global-trends-2030-citizens-in-an-interconnected-and-polycentric-world/

·The Post-Crisis World Institute (Russia) Report "Vision 2050: A New Political And Economic Map," May 2013.
http://eng.postcrisisworld.org/files/vision_2050.pdf

·The Observer Research Foundation (India) Report " A Long-term Vision for BRICS," 2013.
http://orfonline.org/cms/export/orfonline/modules/report/attachments/bricsvision_1376295709857.pdf

·Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Research Institute Report "Development Challenges in Africa - Towards 2050 ," June 2013.
http://jica-ri.jica.go.jp/publication/other/development_challenges_in_africa_towards_2050.html

Conference Materials

Location and Transportation

Hotel Address: Building A, Wanshou Hotel, 12A Wanshou Road, Haidian District, Beijing.
Hotel Telephone: +86-10-6813 2266
Contact in Emergency: Mr. Lianjia Gao (Mobile: 136 9332 9116)

                      Mr. Xun Wang (Mobile: 138 1192 5535)

Organizers

BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF CCCWS

 China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS) was founded in 2010. Its main fields of research include international situation, political party politics, political system in foreign countries, China’s foreign strategies, socialist theories, social and political trends of thoughts and comparative studies of development modes. It actively conducts exchanges and academic discussions with foreign political party think tanks and research institutes.

 The Center has established close ties with domestic political party think tanks, government departments, universities and colleges as well as research institutes. It has also established diversified academic exchanges and cooperation with around 160 foreign research institutes from approximately 40 countries, including US, UK, Germany, France, Russia, Brazil, Sweden, Belgium, Japan, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, DPRK, Republic of Korea, India, South Africa, Israel, etc.

 The Council of the Center has engaged a number of influential political figures as well as many experts and scholars from domestic and foreign academic institutions, universities and colleges in relevant fields, who act as special council members or special research fellows. Mr. Wang Jiarui, Minister of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (IDCPC), is concurrently the Honorary Chairman of the Council. Mr. Yu Hongjun, Vice-Minister of the IDCPC, is President of CCCWS and Chairman of its Council concurrently. CCCWS publishes the Yearbook of CCCWS every year and produces a monthly journal in Chinese titled Contemporary World.

Brief Introduction of CFPD

 Approved by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, China Foundation for Peace and Development (CFPD) was registered in January 2011 in Beijing as a nation-wide non-profit making organization. The mission of CFPD is to support international exchanges and cooperation of Chinese and foreign NGOs, organize international charity activities and promote world peace, development and common prosperity. Chairman of CFPD is Mr. Sun Jiazheng, Vice Chairperson of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. CFPD consists of four departments, namely, General Office, Department of Foundation Management, Department of Project Management and Department of Research.

 International exchanges, pro bono programs and project research are currently focused areas for CFPD. To encourage international exchanges, CFPD host international seminars, symposiums and workshops, supporting Chinese NGOs’ participation in the discussion of global issues. Pro bono programs are designed to improve international friendship by developing charity causes in the field of education, healthcare and cultural exchanges. CFPD partners with other domestic and foreign research institutes in carrying our studies on related international issues.

 We have a professional team, associate with many resourceful entrepreneurs and work closely with a reservoir of influential experts and scholars. We have established good cooperative relations with many domestic research institutes and well known experts and scholars.

CEFC - Introduction

 China Energy Fund Committee is a non-governmental, non-profit civil organization. It also serves as a high-end strategic think tank engaged in energy strategy research, energy and public diplomacy, as well as global energy cooperation and cultural exchanges.The Committee is financed by a special private fund fully spon sored by China Energy Fund Co., Ltd. Registered in Hong Kong, the Committee is an NGO of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Primary Functions: 1 . Conduct energy strategy and policy research, establish energy database and provide policy reference for national energy development; 2 . Support the development of new energies, finance the R&D of energy technologies and facilitate the development of energy course; 3 . Conduct and develop energy diplomacy through multiple channels, build platforms for energy cooperation and promote global energy cooperation; 4 . Organize and conduct cultural and academic exchanges, deepen understanding, build mutual trust and realize win-win cooperation.

Feed-Back from the Foreign Participants