Saturday, September 3, 2016

Conference: Current Situation in Turkey and Sino-Turkey Relations - Shanghai University - September 2, 2016


Current Situation in Turkey and Sino-Turkey Relations

(Preliminary Program)
 
Date:   Sept.2, 2016
Venue: Shangshan Meeting Room, New Lehu Building, SHU
Organizers:
            Center for Turkish Studies, Shanghai University
            Center of West Asia & North Africa Studies, SASS
            Institute of Middle East Studies, SISU 

9:30-9:40
Opening and Guest Researcher-ship Awarding
Vice President Xia Xiaohe
Prof. Guo Changgang
Panel 1                     Chair: Prof. Guo Changgang
9:40-10:10
The major mistakes of Chinese foreign policy towards Turkey
Speaker:
Mr. Adnan Akfirat
10:10-10:40
The development and characteristics of the upheaval in the Middle East
Speaker:
Prof. Huang Minxing
10:40-11:10
Turkey and the anti-terrorism in the Middle East
Speaker:
Prof. Wang Zhen
11:10-11:40
Turkey’s departure from Atlantic system in the historical process
Speaker:
Prof. Yildirim Koc
11:40-12:30
Discussion
Discussants: All Participants
12:30-13:30
Lunch
Panel 2                     Chair: Prof. Sun Degang
13:30-14:00
The influence of military coup on Turkey’s foreign policy
Speaker:
Prof. Zheng Dongchao
14:00-14:30
Whether there is an opportunity in the anti-terrorism cooperation between China and Turkey
Speaker:
Prof. Zhang Jinping
14:30-15:00
Several issues of Turkey’s ‘Look-East’ Policy
Speaker:
Prof. Yu Jianhua
15:00-15:30
Discussion
Discussants: All Participants
15:30-15:40
Coffee break
Panel 3                    Chair: Prof. Wang Jian
15:40-16:10
Turkey's Maritime Disputes in Aegean and Mediterranean Seas
Speaker:
Mr. Cem Gurdeniz
16:10-16:40
The international influence of Turkey’s coup
Speaker:
Prof. Sun Degang
16:40-17:10
New Turkey and the Fall of Turkish Model
Speaker:
Ass. Prof. Liu Yi
17:10-17:40
America’s decline and Turkey’s opportunity
Speaker:
Prof. Jin Liangxiang
17:40-18:10
Discussion
Discussants: All Participants
18:10-18:30
Conclusion
18:30-20:00
Dinner

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