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    4th China and The Middle East Conference - China and West Asia: Economic Development; and Social and Political Cooperation
    Updated: 2018-04-03 16:14

    Time: June 20–22

    Place: Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University, Cappadocia, Turkey

    Over the last two years, with the Belt and Road Initiative, people have seen the increase of Chinese political and social activities in the Middle East region. As a result of this new political strategy, China started to play a more active role within the Middle Eastern political arena. Additionally, Chinese social and cultural activities began to appear more visibly within universities and educational institutions in the Middle East. Hanban Institutes started to open and finance Confucius Institutes in the region that facilitate Chinese cultural and language classes and promote mutual understanding between China and the Middle East.

    China has also become one of the largest economic and trade partners with Middle Eastern states such as Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, Egypt, and Israel. Therefore, we would like to make this academic initiative a permanent conference meeting, and each year, we will organize a China and the Middle East Conference in different countries in collaboration with other universities. We organized three very successful academic conferences on this topic in collaboration with Beijing University, on March 17-18, 2015, Qatar University, on March 23-24, 2016 and Shanghai University, on June 7-8, 2017

    This year, the conference's topic has been expanded to the broader context of West Asia and Central Asia. All submissions should be related to contemporary themes of global studies, sociology, economics, political science, international relations, history and anthropology.

    Submissions on the following and related topics are invited:

    1. The Making of Middle East
    2. Modern Middle East and Modern China
    3. China’s Foreign Policy Toward Middle East/West Asia
    4. Politics
    5. Society and Culture
    6. Security
    7. Nationalism
    8. Energy
    9. Trade
    10. Economic Integration
    11. The Belt and Road Initiative

    Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University, Shanghai University and Cappadocia University (Co-Sponsored) invite interested scholars and advanced graduate students to submit proposals for the conference.

    Contact
    E-mail: tugrulkeskin@t.shu.edu.cn

    For more information:
    http://www.ipsa.org/fr/news/call-for-paper/4th-china-and-middle-east-conference-china-and-west-asia-economic-development

     

    Time: June 20–22

    Place: Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University, Cappadocia, Turkey

    Over the last two years, with the Belt and Road Initiative, people have seen the increase of Chinese political and social activities in the Middle East region. As a result of this new political strategy, China started to play a more active role within the Middle Eastern political arena. Additionally, Chinese social and cultural activities began to appear more visibly within universities and educational institutions in the Middle East. Hanban Institutes started to open and finance Confucius Institutes in the region that facilitate Chinese cultural and language classes and promote mutual understanding between China and the Middle East.

    China has also become one of the largest economic and trade partners with Middle Eastern states such as Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, Egypt, and Israel. Therefore, we would like to make this academic initiative a permanent conference meeting, and each year, we will organize a China and the Middle East Conference in different countries in collaboration with other universities. We organized three very successful academic conferences on this topic in collaboration with Beijing University, on March 17-18, 2015, Qatar University, on March 23-24, 2016 and Shanghai University, on June 7-8, 2017

    This year, the conference's topic has been expanded to the broader context of West Asia and Central Asia. All submissions should be related to contemporary themes of global studies, sociology, economics, political science, international relations, history and anthropology.

    Submissions on the following and related topics are invited:

    1. The Making of Middle East
    2. Modern Middle East and Modern China
    3. China’s Foreign Policy Toward Middle East/West Asia
    4. Politics
    5. Society and Culture
    6. Security
    7. Nationalism
    8. Energy
    9. Trade
    10. Economic Integration
    11. The Belt and Road Initiative

    Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University, Shanghai University and Cappadocia University (Co-Sponsored) invite interested scholars and advanced graduate students to submit proposals for the conference.

    Contact
    E-mail: tugrulkeskin@t.shu.edu.cn

    For more information:
    http://www.ipsa.org/fr/news/call-for-paper/4th-china-and-middle-east-conference-china-and-west-asia-economic-development

     

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