Saturday, December 29, 2018

Cfp: Multilateral Dynamics between the Middle East and Asia, 16-18 December 2019, Haifa University, Israel

Dear Tugrul,

I hope this email finds you well.
Attached is a call for paper for a conference on multilateral connections between Asia and the Middle East.
The conference will be held on 16-18 December 2019 at Haifa University.
Paper proposals' submission deadline: 20 February 2018

I'd be grateful if you circulate this email.

Best wishes,

Yoram Evron, PhD
Department of Asian Studies
University of Haifa
199 Aba Khoushy Ave.
Haifa 3498838, Israel
Mobile: +972-52-2308402 ׀ Fax: +972-3-9013581

The Asian Sphere: Trans-Cultural Flows 

An Inter-University Graduate Program
The University of Haifa and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 

Call for Papers for an International Conference: 

Multilateral Dynamics between the Middle East and Asia


We are delighted to announce that the fifth annual conference of the Asian Sphere Program will take place on Monday-Wednesday, 16-18 December 2019, at the University of Haifa, Israel.  The Asian Sphere Program takes a fresh look at the continent of Asia as a concept and as a reality. It aims at exploring and analyzing the numerous interconnections that have tied its people, cities, and nations. Our fifth conference is devoted to the complex relations between West Asia, also known as the Middle East, and other parts of the continent in the past and present. We are interested in particular in the political, military, economic and cultural aspects of the relations, their determinants, undercurrents, and trajectories, as well as in other external players in the region.  We invite paper proposals in one of the following thematic domains: 

a)  Prehistorical and historical multilateral connections (including unilateral  migrations) between the Middle East and Asia (East, South, Central). 
b)  New perspectives on historical involvement, competition and rivalry of Asian powers in the Middle East. 
c)  Globalization, the Middle East and Asia. 
d)  World powers' involvement in Asia-Middle East interaction. 
e)  The role of the Middle East in Asian powers' relations with other world/ regional powers. 
f)  Asian countries' interaction with non-Mideast players in the context of the Middle East. 
g)  Involvement of Mideast players in Asian affairs. 
h)  Israel’s current involvement in Asian dynamics. 
i)  Asian countries' interaction with Israel. 
j)  The involvement of non-Asian players in Israel's relations with Asian powers.  

Proposals for papers, as well as further enquiries, should be sent by email to the conference secretariat ( Single-page proposals should include the following four items: 

1.Title of the presentation 
2.Abstract (150-200 words) 
3.Bio-note (150-200 words) with details about affiliation, education, and major relevant publications. 
4.An explicit statement to which of the above domains the proposal relates. 
The deadline for submitting proposals is 20 February 2019.  Accepted proposals will be notified by 20 March 2019.  Full papers (5,000-7,000 words, excluding bibliography) are an essential requirement of participation. The papers should be submitted to the Conference's secretariat by 15 November 2019. We plan to publish an edited volume based on the conference papers.  The organizers will cover three-night stay in Haifa and will be able to assist in defraying the transportation cost from Europe and Western Asia/Middle East (up to US$600) and beyond these regions (up to US$1,000) for scholars whose proposals will be accepted.  The conference will be conducted in English. It is open to the public and participation is free of charge. We would be grateful if you could distribute this call for papers among your colleagues. Please save the dates! 

Conference steering committee: 
Dr. Nimrod Baranovitch
Prof. Michal Biran  
Dr. Yoram Evron 
Prof. Rotem Kowner
Prof. Gideon Shelach 
Prof. Itzchak Weismann  
Conference's secretariat and address for proposal submssion

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Bureaucracy, Politics, and Decision Making in Post-Mao China by Kenneth G. Lieberthal David M. Lampton

Bureaucracy, Politics, and Decision Making in Post-Mao China

Kenneth G. Lieberthal David M. Lampton

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS - 1992;query=;brand=ucpress

 expand sectionOne  Introduction: The "Fragmented Authoritarianism" Model and Its Limitations
 collapse sectionPart One  National Issues
 expand sectionTwo  A Plum for a Peach:Bargaining, Interest, and Bureaucratic Politics in China
 expand sectionThree  The Chinese Political System and the Political Strategy of Economic Reform

 collapse sectionPart Two  The Center
 expand sectionFour  The Party Leadership System
 expand sectionFive  Information Flows and Policy Coordination in the Chinese Bureaucracy

 collapse sectionPart Three  Bureaucratic Clusters
 expand sectionSix  Structure and Process in the Chinese Military System
 expand sectionSeven  The Educational Policy Process: A Case Study of Bureaucratic Action in China
 expand sectionEight  The Behavior of Middlemen in the Cadre Retirement Policy Process
 expand sectionNine  Hierarchy and the Bargaining Economy: Government and Enterprise in the Reform Process

 collapse sectionPart Four  Subnational Levels
 expand sectionTen  Territorial Actors as Competitors for Power: The Case of Hubei and Wuhan
 expand sectionEleven  Local Bargaining Relationships and Urban Industrial Finance
 expand sectionTwelve  Urbanizing Rural China: Bureaucratic Authority and Local Autonomy
expand section

Policy Making in China by Kenneth Lieberthal & Michel Oksenberg

Policy Making in China

by Kenneth Lieberthal & Michel Oksenberg

Princeton University, 1990


The Western Literature on the Chinese Policy Process
Introducing Bureaucratic Structure
Limitations of the Study
Principal Findings
Outline of the Study
The Top Leadership
Staff, Research, and Coordinating Offices
Three Energy Sector Leaders
The Question of Factionalism among the Leaders
State Planning Commission
State Economic Commission
State Science and Technology Commission
Ministry of Petroleum
Ministry of Coal
Ministry of Water Resources and Electric Power
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade
Bank of China
China National Offshore Oil Corporation
Formal Policy Process
Fragmented Structure of Authority
The Integrative Mechanisms
Behavioral Consequences
Stage One: The Daqing Years, 1960-63
Stage Two: The Petroleum Group Emerges on the National Scene, 1964-71
Stage Three: The Petroleum Group Turns Outward, 1972-77
Stage Four: Foreign Equity Holdings Will Be Permitted, 1977-79
Stage Five: Establishing a Partnership with the Multination(Jls, 1979-83
Stage Six: Creating Interface Organizations
The End of an Era?
The Rationality Model and Its Limits
The Pertinent Bureaucracies
Three Gorges Project History
The State of Play in 1986
Conclusion: Three Gorges and the Policy'Process
Central-Provincial Relations
Central-Provincial Relations and the Development of Shanxi Coal Organizing the South China Sea Effort Conclusion
New Items on the Research Agenda on Burealicracy in Soviet- Style System
Core Issues in Comparative Communist Studies
Explaining the Evolution of Bureaucratic Structures and Processes in Communist Systems
The Capacity for Reform

Friday, November 23, 2018

Conference: 5th China and The Middle East and North Africa Conference, Shanghai University, May 17 and 18, 2019

Call for papers:

5th China and The Middle East and North Africa Conference:

Institute of Global Studies
Shanghai University
People’s Republic of China
May 17 and 18, 2019

Co-Sponsored by

Cappadocia University, Republic of Turkey

Description and Objectives:
We organized four very successful academic conferences on this topic in collaboration with Beijing University, on March 17-18, 2015; Qatar University, on March 23-24, 2016; Shanghai University, on June 7-8, 2017; and Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University and Cappadocia University on June 20-22, 2018. This year, we will have5th China and the Middle East Conference in Shanghai, on May 17 and 18, 2019.

We therefore invite submissions on the following and related topics:

Political Economy of the Middle East
Nationalism and Nation-State
Political Parties
Environmental Issues
Social Movements
Religion and Politics
Gender Issues in the Middle East
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 
Modern Middle East and Modern China
China’s Foreign Policy Toward Middle East/West Asia
Economic Integration
The Belt and Road Initiative

Please include the following in your email:

-Author full name;
-Email address;
-Abstract in Word format (200 to 300 words);
-Title of your paper
-A short Biography (NOT A CV)

·       Abstract Submission for the Conference:       April 15, 2019
·       Conference Draft Paper Submission:             May 6, 2019
·       The Conference Dates:                                   May 17 and 18, 2019

In case your abstract is accepted, a draft paper of around 3000 - 4000 words is due two weeks prior to the beginning of the conference. We intend to compile an edited volume with the best papers for publication in an international reference publisher.

There is no fee for this conference. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL COVER YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS (4 nights: May 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2019) AND FOOD DURING YOUR STAY IN SHANGHAI.



Muslim Street Food in CHINA | Shanghai's HALAL Street Food

Please note that this is an academic conference only, no non-academic presenters will be accepted.

Any additional queries should be sent to

Organizing Committee:
·      Dr. Guo Changgang, Professor and Director of Institute of Global Studies - Shanghai University, China.
·      Dr. Hasan Ali Karasar, President - Cappadocia University, Turkey.
·      Dr. Kemal Silay, Professor and Director of Turkish Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.
·      Dr. Merthan Dundar, Professor Ankara University, Turkey.
·      Dr. Suha Atature, Professor and Chair of International Relations - Gedik University, Turkey.
·      Dr. Mohammedmoin Sadeq, Professor - Qatar University, Qatar.
·      Dr. Gokhan Bozbas, Assistant Professor – Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey.
·      Dr. Tugrul Keskin, Professor - Shanghai University, China.
·      Dr. Ejaz Akram, Professor – NDU, Pakistan.
·      Dr. Sean Foley, Associate Professor - Middle Tennessee State University, USA.
·      Dr. Mojtaba Mahdavi, Associate Professor - University of Alberta, Canada.
·      Dr. Nissim Otmazgin, Professor – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.  
·      Dr. Juan Cole, Professor - University of Michigan, USA.
·      Dr. Mehran Kamrava, Professor – Georgetown University-Qatar.
·      Dr. Hakan Yavuz, Professor – University of Utah, USA.
·      Dr. Mohammad Marandi, Professor – University of Tehran, Iran.
·      Dr. Yang Chen, Assistant Professor and Director of Center forTurkish Studies - Shanghai University, China.

Conference Program

Friday May 17, 2019

9:00 – 9:15 Introduction and Welcome Speech Guo Changgang, Professor and Director of Institute of Global Studies - Shanghai University, China.

9:15 - 9:30 Welcome Speech and Introduction Professor Yang Guang, President of Middle East Studies Association of China, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Shanghai University.

9:30 – 10:00 Keynote Speech Professor Juan Cole, University of Michigan

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:00 Panel -1 Current Realities in the Middle East

Moderator: Professor Yang Guang
·      Professor Mehran Kamrava, Georgetown University, Qatar
·      Professor Kemal Silay, Director of Turkish Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.
·      Professor Hakan Yavuz, University of Utah, USA.
·      Mojtaba Mahdavi, Associate Professor - University of Alberta, Canada.

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 Panel – 1 and 2

15:30 – 15:45 Coffee Break

15:45 – 17:15 Panel 3 and 4

18:00 DINNER

Saturday May 18, 2019

8:30 – 10:00 Panel – 5 and 6

10:30 – 12:00 Panel 7 and 8

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 Panel – 9 and 10

15:30 – 15:45 Coffee Break

15:45 – 17:15 Panel 11 and 12

17:15 – 17:30 Coffee Break

Discussion for future projects and Closing Remarks by TBA 17:30 – 18:00

19:00 DINNER

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

The 1st International Conference China and South Asia November 24-25, 2018 Shanghai University

/Organizers: 上海大学全球问题研究院/Institute of Global Studies, SHU 上海大学南研究中心/Center for South Asian Studies, SHU 上海大学文学院/College of Liberal Arts, SHU
Conference Venue: No. 716, Jinqiu Road, Baoshan District,
New Le Hu Hotel , Shanghai University
地点:上海市宝山区秋路 716 号,上海大学乎新楼(宝山校区) Time: November 24-25 2018
议时间:2018 11 24 日至 25

Saturday November 24 2018 11 24 日星期六 8:30—9:00 Registration ()
9:00—10:30 Opening Speeches (
Welcome Speech: Dr. Rajiv Ranjan (Executive Director, Center for South Asian Studies, Institute of Global Studies) 致辞:上海大学南研究中心行主任 郎荣吉博士
Keynote Speech(主旨演)
Chair: Prof. Guo Changgang (Dean, Institute of Global Studies, Executive Dean of Graduate School) 主持人:长刚教授,上海大学研究生院常副院、全球问题研究院院
  1. Mr. Anil Kumar Rai, Consul General, India Consulate General, Shanghai
印度上海馆总领 Anil Kumar Rai 先生致辞
  1. CPEC and Changing Dynamics of China- India Relations
Prof. Saeed Shafqat, Director, Centre for Public Policy & Governance (CPPG), Lahore, Pakistan
  1. The Unity of Civilization and Asian Modernity
    Prof.Li Xiguang, Director, Center for Pakistan Cultural and Communication, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
    大学巴基斯坦文化与交流中心主任李希光教授 《文明共同体与近代洲》
  2. Drivers of China’s South Asia Push : A South Asian Perspective
    Prof. S. D. Muni, Emeritus Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, India
    印度尼赫大学 S. D. Muni 教授
  3. South Asia and the World Order
    Prof. Rashed Uz Zaman, Chairman, Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
    孟加拉国达卡大学国关系学院院 Rashed Uz Zaman 教授 《南和世界秩序》
10:30—11:00 Photo & Coffee Break/拍照 & 茶歇 11:00—12:30 Keynote Speech (15 Minutes for Each Speaker)
Chair: Prof. Guo Changgang, Shanghai University 1. Political Economy of China in South Asia
Venue:201J Building, Baoshan Campus, Shanghai University 地点:上海大学宝山校区 J 101 page2image62314688
巴基斯坦拉合公共政策与管理中心主任 Saeed Shafqat 教授 《中巴经济走廊及中印关系的演
Prof. Mahendra P Lama, Professor, Center for South Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi, India
印度尼赫大学南研究中心 Mahendra P Lama 教授 《中国在南的政治经济
2. Sino-Indian Relations: Cooperation or Competition From the perspective of relative researches
Prof. Zhang Shulan, Director, Center for South Asian Studies, Shandong University, China
  1. China-South Asian Linkages: An Archival Study
    Ahmad Salim, Senior Research Advisor, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan
    巴基斯坦可持续发展研究院高级顾问Ahmad Salim先生 《中国与南:基于档案的角》
  2. Nepal and China: Trust Building and Policy Coordination in BRI Khadga K.C. Associate Professor, Department of International Relations and Diplomacy, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal 尼泊特里布文大学外交和国关系学院Khadga K.C. 副教授 《尼泊与中国:“一路中的互信共建和政策沟通》
12:30—14:00 Lunch/午餐
14:00—15:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 1: China and South Asia in New Era /第一:期的中国与南 Venue: Shang Shan Hall/上善
Chair: Prof. Zhang Shulan, Shandong University
Discussant: Prof. S. D. Muni, Emeritus Professor, JNU, New Delhi, India
2. Small states of South Asia and their Foreign Policy Responses to China’s Rise
Prof. Rashed Uz Zaman, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and Md. Robayt Khondoker, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), Bangladesh
孟加拉国达卡大学 Rashed Uz Zaman 教授、孟加拉国职业大学 Md. Robayt Khondoker 教授

1. On the Rejuvenation of Musky Road & Construction of Trans-Himalayan Economic Cooperation Belt
Wang Dehua, Institute of South and Central Asia Studies, Shanghai Municipal Centre for International Studies,China
  1. Security Environment in South Asia: The Role of SCO
    Prof. Amjad Abbas Khan, Pakistan Study Centre, University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan
    巴基斯坦旁遮普大学巴基斯坦研究中心 Amjad Abbas Khan 教授 《上合组织对安全局的影响》
  2. Dimensions on Nepal-China Economic Relations: Present Status and Future Prospects
Dr. Bama Dev Sigdel, Program Director, Center for Policy Studies and Rural Development, Kalimati, Kathmandu, Nepal 尼泊卡里展与政策研究中心目主任 Bama Dev Sigdel 博士 《尼泊和中国的经济关系:在与未来》
  1. Sufism and Confucianism: Role in Regional Connectivity in South Asia
Dr. Fida Ur Rahman, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences, University College of Zhob, BUITEMS, Pakistan 巴基斯坦霍布大学社会科学系 Fida Ur Rahman 博士 菲主与儒学:区域系的角色分析》
14:00—15:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 2: Belt & Road and South Asia /第二: 一路与南
Venue: Hain Na Hall/
Chair: Dr. Rajiv Ranjan, Shanghai University
Discussant: Prof. Saeed Shafqat, Director, Centre for Public Policy & Governance (CPPG), Lahore, Pakistan
  1. The Belt and Road Initiative in the Himalayas: Infrastructure, Changed Developmental Imaginaries and Shifting Geo-logics of Power in Nepal Dinesh Paudel, Associate Professor, Department of Sustainable Development, Appalachian State University, USA 美国阿巴拉契大学可持续发展研究中心 Dinesh Paudel 副教授 一路与喜拉雅地区:尼泊施建、印象转变与地 优势
  2. Chinese OBOR Initiative and (Re-) thinking Discourse of Global Connectivity: Apropos of South Asia.
    Muhammad Manzoor Elahi, Lecturer, Department of Political Science GC University Lahore, Pakistan
    巴基斯坦拉合大学政治科学系Muhammad Manzoor Elahi讲师 一路与全球通的反思:从南角来看》
  3. China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and its Influence on the Development of South Asia: A Geopolitical Perspective
Asantha Senevirathna, Assistant Professor, General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, Sri Lanka

斯里翰科特瓦拉国防大学 Asantha Senevirathna 讲师
21 中国的海上丝绸之路及其亚发展的影响:从地政治的 来看》
  1. Afghanistan and the Belt and Road Initiative: A Path Towards Connectivity and Development
    Satyam, Ph.D. Scholar, Centre for Inner Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
    印度尼赫大学内研究中心学者 Satyam 博士生 《阿富汗与一路:通向交往与展之路》
  2. Belt and Road Initiative: Chinese Normative Power in South Asia Federico Tombari PhD Student Kobe University, Japan Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS), Japan 日本神大学国合作研究专业 Federico Tombari 博士生 一路:中国范性力在南的运用》
15:30—16:00 Coffee Break/茶歇
16:00—17:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 3: Belt & Road and South Asia /第三讨论: 一路与 Venue: Shang Shan Hall/上善
Chair: Prof. Wang Dong, Shanghai University
Discussant: Prof. Zhang Shulan, Center for South Asian Studies, Shandong University, China
  1. CPEC and India: A Triangle for Greater Regional Economic Integration Dr. Inayat Kalim Head of International Relations Program, COMSATS University, Islamabad, Pakistan
    巴基斯坦康撒茨大学国关系主任 Inayat Kalim 博士 《中巴经济走廊与印度:区域经济力量整合的大三角》
  2. Prospects of China-India Bilateral Cooperation in Cultural Industry under the ‚Belt and Road Initiative‛
Wan Jiqiong, Associate Professor, School of Marxism, Sichuan University of Science and Engineering, Zigong Sichuan, China 四川理工学院克思主学院万吉副教授 《从中印双关系来看一路下两国的文化产业合作》
  1. Proposal for China-Nepal-India Economic Corridor: Wishful Thinking or Regional Aspiration beyond Rhetoric?
Dr. Anshuman Behera, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Advanced Studies Indian Institute for Science Campus Bangalore, India 印度科学研究院国关系专业 Anshuman Behera 博士 《中国-尼泊-印度经济走廊策略:情愿是地区?
  1. Belt and Road Initiative: Changing Dynamics of Development in Southern Asia
Atia Ali Kazmi, Senior Research and Policy Analyst, NUST Global Think

Tank Network, Islamabad, Pakistan
巴基斯坦 NUST 全球智 Atia Ali Kazmi 研究 一路与南动态
16:00—17:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 4: China and India/第四:中国与印度
Venue: Hain Na Hall/
Chair: Prof. Tugrul Keskin, Shanghai University
Discussant: Prof. Pradeep Taneja Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia
  1. China-India Relations: Current Situation and Tendency
Prof. Zhang Jiadong, Director, Center for South Asian Studies, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
  1. China-India Relations: New Development and its Characteristics
    Hu Zhiyong, Research Fellow, Shanghai Social Science Academy, Institute of International Studies, Director, Shanghai Institute of Maritime Strategy,
3. China-India Relations in New Era: Crisis Management and it's Restraining Factors
Qiu Meirong, Associate Fellow, Tongji University, School of Politics and International Relations, China 大学政治与国关系专业邱美荣副研究 《新期的中印关系:危机管理与制因素》
4. Cultural Foundations of Sino-India Relations
Gao Jian, Shanghai Global Governance and Area Studies, China
上海全球治理与区域国研究院高建研究 《中印关系的文化基
18:00—20:00 Dinner/晚宴


Sunday November 25 2018 11 25 日星期日
9:00—10:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 5: China and India /第五: 中国与印度
Venue: Shang Shan Hall/
Chair: Dr. Ved Baruah, Shanghai University
Discussant: Prof. Mahendra P Lama, Jawaharlal Nehru University
  1. Trade Potentiality between India and China: An Analysis through Trade
Intensity Indices
Prof. Rajiv Kumar Bhatt & Dr. Rajni Kant Ojha Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India
印度巴拉斯印度大学社会学系 Rajiv Kumar Bhatt 教授、Rajni Kant Ojha 博士
  1. Performance and Identity: Two stories of the development of China and India
Chen Jinying, Associate Professor, School of International Relations & Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University, China 上海外国大学国关系与公共事学院金英副教授 《中印交往的同与表
  1. A Golden Opportunity for China-India Cooperation: Linking BRI and Project Mausam/ Spice Road
  2. Legal Obstacles for Chinese Companies Investing In the Infrastructure Construction In India: From A Comparative Health And Safety Law Perspective
Dr. Kai Liu, Assistant Professor in the Law School of Jiangsu Normal University, China.
苏师范大学法学院刘副教授 《中国公司在印度基建投的法律障碍:基于健康和安全法的角》
  1. Student Migration Intention and Reflections: Indians and Chinese compared
Vijay Ratna, PhD Research Scholar Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies School of Social Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Wei Li, Ph.D., Professor, Asian Pacific American Studies School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, USA
印度尼赫大学社会科学学院侯·扎基教育研究中心 Vijay Ratna 士生、美国利桑那州立大学可持续发展研究院李唯教授 《中印两国学生移民的目的与反

Wang Nan, Senior Fellow, Charhar Institute, Beijing and Fellow, Pakistan Study Center, Suzhou Normal University, China 苏师范大学巴基斯坦研究中心王南研究 《中印合作的契机:一路风计
9:00—10:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 6: Indian Ocean: A Sea of Prosperity or Challenges /第六讨论: 印度 :海洋的繁荣与挑
Venue: Da Xue Hall/
Chair: Prof Zhang Jincui
金翠教授, Shanghai University
Discussant: Hu Zhiyong, Director, Shanghai Institute of Maritime Strategy
1. China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Indian Ocean Balance
Vivek Mishra, Assistant Professor, International Relations, Netaji Institute for Asian Studies, Kolkata, India
印度纳塔吉亚洲研究所国际关系专业 Vivek Mishra 讲师 一带一路倡议与印度洋地区的平衡》
Dr Bharti Chhibber, Asst. Professor of Political Science, University of Delhi, India
印度德里大学政治科学系 Bharti Chhibber 讲师
  1. India-China Naval rivalry in the Indo-Pacific
    Vipul Kumar Vaibhav Ph.D. research scholar at the Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
    印度尼赫大学国研究院俄斯与内研究中心学者 Vipul Kumar Vaibhav 博士生
  2. Bangladesh-China Maritime Security Cooperation: A Search for New Opportunities under the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative
Noor Mohammad Sarker PhD Scholar, School of Political Science and Public Administration Shandong University, Qingdao, Shandong, China
大学政治与公共管理学院 Noor Mohammad Sarker 博士生 一路下的新机遇:中国与孟加拉国海洋安全合作》
10:30—11:00 Coffee Break/茶歇
11:00—12:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 7: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor /第七: 中巴经济走廊 Venue: Da Xue Hall/ 大学
2. India’s Maritime Diplomacy and China’s Silk Road: Analysing the Project Sagarmala and the Mausam Initiative
Chair: Prof. Tang Qingye 唐青叶教授, Shanghai University Discussant: Prof. Rashed Uz Zamaz, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  1. Conceptualizing China-Pakistan ‚All-weather‛ relationship
Ghulam Ali, Department of Political Science, School of Marxism at Sichuan University of Science & Engineering, Zigong, China. 四川理工学院克思主学院政治学系 Ghulam Ali 《中巴全天候关系的概念化》
  1. Development of Cultural Ecotourism in Gilgit Baltistan : Opportunities & Challenges in The Wake of CPEC
Naila Masood Ahmad, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan 巴基斯坦巴利大学社会学和人学系 Naila Masood Ahmad 讲师
  1. Systemic Pressures, Domestic Imperatives: The CPEC Conundrum
  2. China Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Balance of Power in South Asian Region
11:00—12:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论(12 Minutes for Each Speaker)
Panel 8: Ideology, Traditions, Media and Culture /
第八: 传统 媒体与文化
Venue: Shang Shan Hall/
Chair: Prof. Liu Yi, Shanghai University
Discussant: Prof. Naveen Chandra Lohani, ICCR Chair, Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai
  1. Chinese Traits in Nepali Culinary Tradition
Streltsova Liliia, Assistant lecturer, Faculty of Asian and African Studies, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia
斯圣彼得堡大学非系 Streltsova Liliia 讲师 《尼泊饪传统中的中国特色》
  1. Media landscape of Afghanistan: disinformation on online platforms Hazrat Bahar, Assistant Professor, Journalism and Public Relation, Shaikh Zayed University (SZU), Afghanistan 阿富汗扎耶德酋大学公共关系和新学院 Hazrat Bahar 讲师 《阿富汗的媒体:线媒体的虚假道》

Daniel Balazs, PhD Candidate, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 新加坡南洋理工大学国研究院 Daniel Balazs 博士生 《系统压力与国内要:中巴经济走廊的困境》
Zahid Khan, PhD Scholar, Institute of Global Studies, College of Liberal Arts Shanghai University, PR, China
上海大学文学院国关系专业 Zahid Khan 博士生
  1. The Study of Chines / Urdu Languages and Literatures: Prospects and Challenges
Dr. Humera Ishfaq, Assistant Professor, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
巴基斯坦国伊斯大学Humera Ishfaq 讲师 汉语言及文学研究:前景与挑
  1. The Impact of Sino-Soviet Spilt on the Left Politics in Pakistan Muhammad Qasim Sodhar, PhD Scholar, Institute of Global Studies, Shanghai University, China .
    上海大学全球问题研究院 Muhammad Qasim Sodhar 博士生 《中断交巴基斯坦左翼政治的影响》
12:30—14:00 Lunch/午餐
14:00—15:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) Panel 9: South Asia and Beyond /第九: 及周地区
Venue: Shang Shan Hall/
Chair: Dr. Xie Xiaoxiao, Shanghai University
Discussant: Indira P. Ravindran, Shanghai International Studies University
  1. Russia’s ‚pivot to the East‛ and its impact on Asia-Pacific Region
Alexey A. SEMENOV, Research Associate, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
斯科学院远东研究所 Alexey A. SEMENOV 研究 《俄斯的及其对亚太地区的影响》
  1. The foothold of ISIL in Pakistan and Challenges for the region Dr. Sohail Ahmad, Assistant Professor, International Relations, COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan. 巴基斯坦康撒茨大学国关系专业 Sohail Ahmad 副教授 《伊斯国在巴基斯坦的据点及其对该地区的挑
  2. Anticipating the China Challenge – China’s Rise & the United States’ Security Policy vis-à-vis India
Kashish Parpiani, Research Fellow, Observer Research Foundation, India 印度察家研究基金会 Kashish Parpiani 研究 《中国崛起的挑与美国印度的安全政策》
  1. Nepal-United States Relations in the Context of Increased Chinese Influence in South Asia
Karki Purna Bahadur,Ph.D., Institute of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
日本京外国大学全球学研究院 Karki Purna Bahadur 博士 《中国在南地区影响力的增尼泊-美国关系的影响》
14:00—15:30 Panel Discussion/组讨论 (12 Minutes for Each Speaker) 10

Panel 10: South Asia and Beyond /第十: 及周地区
Venue: Si Yuan Hall/
Chair: Prof. Antonia Zapata, Shanghai University
Discussant: Prof. Amjad Abbas Khan, Pakistan Study Centre, University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan
  1. China-Bangladesh-India Strategic Triangle Cooperation: An Appraisal from Bangladeshi Perspective
    Sujit Kumar Datta, Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations, Chittagong University, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
    孟加拉国吉大港大学国关系专业 Sujit Kumar Datta 讲师 《中国-孟加拉国-印度的三角合作:从孟加拉国的角度行分析》
  2. Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor: Geoeconomic and Geostrategic Implications
    Md. Safiqul Islam, Ph.D Candidate, Institute of Global Studies, College of Liberal Arts Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
    上海大学文学院国关系专业 Md. Safiqul Islam 博士生 《孟加拉国-中国-印度-经济走廊:缘经济和地缘战略影响》
  3. Indo-Myanmar Relations in Modi Era: New Development, but More Challenges
Peng Nian, Assistant Research Fellow, National Institute for South China Sea Studies, Hainan, China. 中国海南省南海问题研究中心彭念助理研究 《莫迪期的印度-甸关系:展与挑
  1. China’s Response to the Rohingya Issue in Myanmar and Its implication on South Asia
    Nazia Khan, Doctoral Candidate, Centre for South Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
    印度尼赫大学南研究中心 Nazia Khan 博士生 《中国对缅亚问题应对措施及其在南的影响》
  2. Understanding China’s and India’s response to Rakhine State: From a Southeast Asian Responsibility to Protect Perspective
    Jayshree Borah, School of International Relations and Public Administration Shanghai International Studies University, China
    上海外国大学国关系与公共管理学院Jayshree Borah博士生
6.       《从南的保护责任来看中印若开邦的度》
15:30—16:00 Coffee Break/茶歇
16:00—17:00 Keynote Speech
Venue: Si Yuan Hall/
Chair: Dr. Rajiv Ranjan, Shanghai University 1. The China-India-US Triangle
Prof. Walter Andersen, South Asia Studies Programme, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, USA 美国翰霍普金斯大学南研究 Walter Andersen 教授 《中国-印度-美国三角关系探析》
2. Towards a Multilateral Framework Approach to the Regional Connectivity
Prof. Pradeep Taneja , University of Melbourne, Australia
澳大利本大学 Pradeep Taneja 教授 《加区域系的多方案》
17:00—17:15 Concluding Remarks:
Prof. Guo Changgang, Shanghai University
18:00—20:00 Dinner/晚宴