Conférences de Marie Mendras sur la politique russe – 18 et 19 avril 2019

A l’occasion de sa venue à Pékin, vous êtes invité.e.s à participer aux prochaines conférences de la chercheuse française Marie Mendras, spécialiste de la politique russe !

La première conférence se déroulera à l’Université du Peuple (人民大学) dans le bâtiment international Mingde en salle de réunion 406 le jeudi 18 avril 2019 de 12:30 à 14:30, avec pour thème «Elites in Russia: Leadership Groups Vs. Non-ruling Elites».

La deuxième conférence se tiendra au Schwarzman College de l’Université de Tsinghua le vendredi 19 avril de 11:00 à 12:30 et sera centrée sur «Is Russia Still a Great Power?».

Lors de ses interventions, Pr. Marie Mendras reviendra sur les dilemmes auxquels le pouvoir russe est confronté de nos jours, tant sur la scène internationale que dans sa politique interne.

Ces événements sont ouverts à tous ! Veuillez vous inscrire par mail à pour la première conférence ; et scanner le QR code sur l’affiche ci-dessous pour participer à la deuxième conférence.

Les conférences se tiendront en anglais.

Venez nombreux !




Brigitte Vassort-Rousset, Shi Zhiqin, Li Wei, « Reconciling Markets and Politics in a Globalized World: Views from China and the West », May 24 2016

The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre and the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy are pleased to invite you to a conference with Brigitte Vassort-Rousset, Shi Zhiqin and Li Wei.

Brigitte Vassort-Rousset

Professor of political science at Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University

Shi Zhiqin

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)

Li Wei

Associate professor in the international relations department of Renmin University

Reconciling Markets and Politics in a Globalized World:

Views from China and the West

The world’s three largest economies—the European Union, the United States, and China—are engaged in an increasingly contentious and high-stakes debate over whether to grant market economy status to China at the end of this year. China maintains that being granted this status was a guaranteed term of its entry into the World Trade Organization. Yet, last week, the European Parliament passed a non-binding resolution against granting China market economy status, a move that many observers see as a precursor to a binding vote later this year. This ongoing policy debate has enormous economic, commercial, and political implications for key strategic capitals, as well as for broader diplomatic relations between China and its leading trade partners.

Carnegie–Tsinghua’s Shi Zhiqin will moderate a discussion about the significance of these recent developments and what they mean for China’s trade ties and broader diplomatic relations with Europe, as well as with other major economies like the United States.

 May 24, 2016 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Sohu Internet Plaza 1
Zhongguancun East Road, Building 9, Suite 402

The event will be held in English

Registration is required to attend this event:  REGISTER HERE