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Think Tank Hotline: 33 experts to interpret “SCO Summit”

2018-05-31

As one of China`s most important home-based diplomatic activities in 2018, the 18th summit of the Council of Heads of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states will be held in Qingdao, Shandong from June 9th to 10th, 2018. The Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies of Renmin University of China (RDCY), launches think tank hotline, recommending Chinese and international experts to interpret the hot topics of the SCO summit with media friends.


The SCO is a comprehensive regional organization with great potential for development, an important venue for China’s peripheral and multilateral diplomacy, and an indispensable showpiece for China to participate in global governance continuously and build new-type international relations. The SCO Qingdao Summit, as the first summit after it enlargement, will be a milestone for the development of SCO.


RDCY has devoted many years to research in the field of global governance and has deeply participated in the Chinese home-based diplomatic activities, such as G20 and BRICS. Before the summit, RDCY and the Institute for Central Asia Studies of Lanzhou University joined hands to hold the symposium on the future development of the SCO and released the “Sailing Steady to Success: Shanghai Cooperation Organization in its 17 years” (Chinese and English) research report. The report reviews the SCO’s achievements and challenges over the past few years.  In addition, a new RDCY research report on “Belt and Road Initiative and Shanghai Cooperation Organization” will be released recently to provide advice and suggestions for the future development of the SCO.


Experts List (the following rankings are not in particular order):


1. Foreign Experts (7)


Dioomart Otorbaev, former Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan, Non-resident senior fellow of RDCY


Sergey Glaziev, advisor to the president of the Russian Federation


John Ross, former director of Economic and Business Policy of London, senior fellow of RDCY


Yüksel Görmez, economic counselor of Central Bank of Turkey, Non-resident senior fellow of RDCY


Feride Inan, Think-20 Coordinator of TEPAV in Turkey, Visiting scholar of RDCY.


Priyanka Pandit, doctoral candidate in the Chinese Studies program at the Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, visiting scholar of RDCY.


Ranel Tissa Wijesinha, non-executive director of Bank of Ceylon, Sri Lanka, visiting scholar of RDCY


2. Chinese Experts (26)


Liu Yuanchun, vice president of Renmin University of China, executive director of RDCY


He Yafei, former vice minister of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, senior fellow of RDCY


Zhang Yanling, former executive vice president of Bank of China, Executive Director of ICC, senior fellow of RDCY, Director of Academic Committee of Global Governance Research Center


Yao Peisheng, former Chinese ambassador to Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine


Hua Liming, former Chinese ambassador to Iran, senior fellow of RDCY


Wu Sike, former special envoy on the Middle East Issues, senior fellow of RDCY


Ding Gang, senior editor with People`s Daily, senior fellow of RDCY


Liu Zhiqin, senior fellow of RDCY


Zhou Xiaojing, former director of the Asia-Africa Development Research Institute under the Development Research Center of China`s State Council, senior fellow of RDCY


Zhou Rong, chief reporter of "Wenhui bao" Tehran Bureau, senior fellow of RDCY


Jin Canrong, deputy dean of School of International Studies, RUC


Guan Xueling, director of RUC-SPbU Joint Center for Russian Studies


Wang Xianju, deputy director of RUC-SPbU Joint Center for Russian Studies


Chen Yongjun, professor of Business School of RUC, senior fellow of RDCY


Wang Yiwei, professor of School of International Studies of RUC, senior fellow of RDCY


Li Wei, associate professor of School of International Studies of RUC, research fellow of RDCY


Liu Zongyi, senior fellow of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, visiting fellow of RDCY


Yang Shu, director of the Central Asian Institute of Lanzhou University


Wang Jinguo, deputy director of the Central Asian Institute of Lanzhou University


Zeng Xianghong, professor of the Central Asian Institute of Lanzhou University


Wang Wen, executive dean of RDCY


Jia Jinjing, director of Macro Research Department of RDCY


Chen Xiaochen, director of International Studies Department and research fellow of RDCY


Chen Chenchen, deputy director of Macro Research Department and research fellow of RDCY


Liu Ying, research fellow of RDCY


Cheng Cheng, associate research fellow of RDCY


Contact us:


To interview the above experts, please contact:

Liu Jianping       18601306157    liujianping_rdcy@163.com

Wang Min          13717704010    wangmin2013@ruc.edu.cn

Yang Tingting    13426127977    yting1@163.com

Yang Yuntao      13671006479    yangyuntao679@126.com

Ren Wei             15201609791    renw@ruc.edu.cn


>>>Sailing Steady to Success: Shanghai Cooperation Organization in its 17 years


>>>Belt and Road Initiative and Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Relevance, Practice, and Trend


Key Words: RDCY   SCO   Belt and Road   Hotline  

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