“China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research, Russian-Armenian University (Department of World Politics and International Relations) and Europe Goes Silk Road will jointly organize an academic seminar “Europe Goes Silk Road through Armenia”. Austrian researchers will introduce findings and results of their expedition through “Silk Road Economic Belt” and Armenian scholars will focus on Prospects for Sino-Armenian cooperation in the context of Belt and Road initiative and in other regional aspects of Chinese initiative.
Date & Time: July 12, 2019, 14:40
Venue: Russian-Armenian University, Conference Hall (123 Hovsep Emin str., Yerevan, 0051 Armenia)
Registration: Required (All audience members are required to register for the conference at email@example.com)
About the Organizers
“China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research
Founded in 2016, “China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research (CECPSR) is one of the Eurasia’s international policy institutions focused on China and Eurasia defense and security; regional study; and transnational challenges in the era of China’s pivot towards Eurasian mainland and Russia’s and the US’s pivots towards Asia. It is a bipartisan, nonprofit policy research organization. On the basis of its research and network the CECPSR is ready to provide advises to decision makers in politics and business. CECPSR focuses on strengthening cooperation, mutual understanding and peace, between individuals and scholars of Eurasian countries and China.
Russian-Armenian University was founded following the interstate agreement between the Republic of Armenia and Russian Federation in 1997. During the relatively short time of its existence, RAU has become a leading educational and scientific center in Armenia, having proved to be an excellent model of integration in education. The University prepares specialists with up-to-date knowledge and skill ensuring their place in the competitive job market.
EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD
EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD is a private initiative of young European academics undertaking a 33.000 km research expedition along the New Silk Road to document the different Eurasian connectivity initiatives and their main projects on site, as well as assessing them from an interdisciplinary point of view. Their goal is to create a corridor of understanding not only between academic perspectives but also between people and cultures and thereby offer a comprehensive picture of a day-by-day ever-integrating Eurasia. The expedition will lead the researchers through the Balkans, across the Caucasus and the Caspian Sea, via the steppes and deserts of Central Asia to the Khorgas dry port, then up to the roof of the world, the Hindu Kush in Afghanistan and again down to the Pakistani port of Gwadar at the Indian Ocean, before they are again traversing Balochistan and the world’s highest mountain range on the Karakoram Highway and entering China until they reach their destination Shanghai.