“China and the China Seas” Seminar Series: Workshop “U-Shaped Line, Maritime Silk Road, and Strategic Rivalry with the US”

 02/24/2016

 3:00pm - 6:30pm
 Council Chamber (SWT 501), Shaw Tower, Hong Kong Baptist University

Seminar series – China and the China Seas: Chinese Maritime Policy and Geopolitical Situation in the Maritime Spaces of East Asia

 

ORGANIZERS:
French Centre for Research on Contemporary China
Hong Kong Baptist University, Department of Government and International Studies
Supported by the Institut français and the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong & Macau

LANGUAGE:
English

WORKSHOP
China and the South China Sea: U-Shaped Line, Maritime Silk Road, and Strategic Rivalry with the US

 

PROGRAM:

3:00-3:15pm: Welcome

3:15-3:30pm: Introduction by Prof. Jean-Pierre Cabestan and Dr. Sébastien Colin

3:30-3:50pm: Fu Kuenchen, Professor, South China Sea Institute, Xiamen University, China: “The Chinese U-Shaped Line in the South China Sea: History and International Law”.

3:50-4:10pm: Xu Xiaodong, Research Fellow, National Institute for South China Sea Studies, Haikou, China: “Maritime Silk Road and China-ASEAN Economic Cooperation”.

4:10-4:30pm: First Admiral Dato’ Chin Yoon Chin, Director General, Maritime Institute of Malaysia: “Malaysia Maritime Security Policy in South China Sea”.

4:30-4:50pm: Coffee break

4:50-5:10pm: Wen-lung Laurence Lin, Assistant Professor, Ming-Chuan University, Taiwan: “America’s South China Sea Policy, Strategic Rebalancing, and Naval Diplomacy”.

5:10-5:30pm: Li Mingjiang, Associate Professor, (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore: “Sino-US Rivalry in the South China Sea: Causes, Consequences, and Prospects”.

5:30-6:30pm: Q & A

The workshop is chaired and organised by Prof. Jean-Pierre Cabestan (HKBU) and Dr. Sébastien Colin (CEFC)

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ALL INTERESTED ARE WELCOME!
Free Admission
Registration NOT Required

 

 

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