The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre and the Department of International Relations of Tsinghua University are pleased to invite you to a seminar on terrorism risk and counter-terrorism policies along One Belt One Road.
Marc Julienne (INALCO, French Foundation for Strategic Research)
Shen Xiaochen (Tsinghua University)
Shi Zhiqin, Professor and Dean of the International Relations Department of Tsinghua University, co-director of the Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Center
Marc Julienne : “Risk in Terrorism perspective along ‘Belt & Road'”
China’s Belt and Road (B&R) initiatives bring a new momentum and new opportunities for economic development and cooperation among states. However, these initiatives come with many challenges, the security risk ranking among the most prominent ones. With Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asian countries in the front line of the Silk Road Economic Belt, the terrorist risk should not be overlooked, especially with the attempts by al Qaeda, the Islamic State, and local jihadist groups to strengthen their foothold in the region. Therefore, China is dealing with those risks through various bilateral and multilateral cooperation frameworks. We will first attempt to assess the risks posed by these terrorist organizations, and then analyze China’s strategy to protect the B&R from those risks.…
The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre is pleased to invite you to a presentation of Judith Audin (in English).
Judith Audin is a post-doctoral researcher for the MEDIUM Project (Sciences Po Aix/CHERPA). She is a specialist of urban sociology and comparative politics in contemporary China. After many years of research about local governement in Beijing and Chongqing, she now studies the power dynamics in medium-sized cities in Datong and Zhuhai.
The reshaping of social groups through the process of urban renewal in postsocialist China : a case study on the coal miners in Datong (Shanxi province)
Around Datong, the “coal capital city”, Tongmei Group (a state-owned company) gradually absorbed many coal mines. In 2006, Tongmei carried out a massive urban renewal project. Coal miners from different mines, who used to live on the production sites in very precarious and uncomfortable self-built houses, were relocated in a new urban neighbourhood financed and conceived by Tongmei, which now counts 300 000 inhabitants. How does this residential migration impact the social group of miners? This presentation will highlight the restructuring of social ties and the change in the sense of belonging of the families through the double process of urban renewal and of the economic crisis triggered by the fall in coal prices last year.…
The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre and the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy are pleased to invite you to a conference with Xavier Richet, Shi Zhiqin and Chen Xin.
Professor emeritus of international business at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle, Visiting Professor at the University of International Busines and Economics of Beijing
Dean of the Department of International Relations at Tsinghua University, Resident scholar at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy (Head of the China-EU Relations program and the China-NATO dialogue series)
Researcher at the Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
How Chinese Investment is Shaping European Markets?
Since joining the WTO fifteen years ago, China has greatly broadened its economic engagement with Europe and other parts of the world. Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in Europe has shifted in recent years from a focus on acquiring resources to one on services and consumer goods in developed market economies. However, asymmetrical market access is a growing concern for the EU, given that Chinese investment in Europe is expanding in economic sectors that are not open to foreign investors in China. Shi Zhiqin will moderate a discussion between Xavier Richet and Chen Xin on how Chinese outbound FDI is shaping market conditions in EU member states as well as Chinese firms’ efforts to integrate into global value chains.…
Le Centre Franco-chinois en sciences sociales de l’Université Tsinghua a le plaisir de vous inviter à une conférence de :
Yann Moulier Boutang
Professeur de sciences économiques à l’Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Professeur associé à l’Université Sino-Européenne de Technologie (UTSEUS),
Université de Shanghai
“L’inégalité, la croissance et la crise du Welfare,
quelle refondation possible ?”
La croissance inégale du monde ces quarante dernières années a été accompagnée d’une augmentation des inégalités au sein des pays développés mais aussi au sein des pays émergents et a fortiori dans les pays en développement. La nécessité d’une redistribution comme facteur structurel et conjoncturel de croissance ne passe plus par un retour ou par une transition au système traditionnel du Welfare State car ce dernier est en butte à de nombreuses difficultés. Un changement radical dans les principes de l’impôt et le principe d’un revenu universel inconditionnel face aux transformations de l’emploi salarié constituent-ils une voie possible de refondation de la protection sociale ?
Vendredi 23 octobre 2015, de 15h à 18h
Université Tsinghua, Xin Zhai Building, salle 324
Discutant: Wang Hui Professeur à l’Ecole des hautes études en sciences humaines et sociales
de l’Université Tsinghua
Présidence: Chloé Froissart Directrice du Centre Franco-Chinois de l’université Tsinghua
Merci de confirmer votre participation par courriel: firstname.lastname@example.org…