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DOC Research Institute co-organises a conference on the ‘Eurasia Economic Partnership: Challenges and prospects’?

On 7 November, the Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS) and the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC) held a joint conference called ‘Eurasia Economic Partnership: Challenges and prospects’.
The conference opened with introductory remarks by Prof. Yan Anlin, Vice-President of SIIS.  During the event the new book titled ‘Belts and Roads in Eurasia’ by Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of DOC was presented.
During the one-day conference more than 30 experts discussed their views and ideas about the future development of an Eurasia Partnership, the role of China and Russia in building the Eurasia Partnership, and the Belt and Road Initiative. Participants included:

Li Xin, Senior Fellow and Director at the Center for Russian & Central Asia Studies at the Institute for World Economy Studies, SIIS
Sergey Glazyev, Counsellor of Presidential Executive Office of the Russian Federation, full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Piotr Dutkiewicz, Professor of Political Science and former Director of the Institute of European and Russian Studies, Co-Director of the Center for Governance and Public Policy at Carleton University
Yang Bo, Professor and Vice Director of Center for Russian and Central Asian Studies at Shanghai International Studies University
Deng Hao, Senior Research Fellow at the China Institute of International Studies
Victor Ryazanov, Professor and Head of the Department of Economic Theory at St. Petersburg State University
Wang Haiyan, Professor at the School of Advanced International and Area Studies at the School of SCO Studies, East China Normal University
Feng Shaolei, Professor at the East China Normal University
Wang Jian, Director of the

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