The ChinaMed Project, in collaboration with the University of Naples "L'Orientale" and the al-Sabah Programme of Durham University, is pleased to unveil a stimulating series of academic lectures on "China and the Middle East from the Cold War to the Present."
This webinar series will feature prominent scholars from the region and beyond who will offer invaluable insights into China's evolving role in the Middle East, spanning from the Cold War to the current day.
OCTOBER 6, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm CET
Enrico FARDELLA (Università di Napoli “L’Orientale” & ChinaMed Project – T.wai) & Andrea GHISELLI (Fudan University & ChinaMed Project – T.wai)
“Methodology, sources and scholarship on China’s role in the Middle East”
OCTOBER 13, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm CET
Enrico FARDELLA & Anoush EHTESHAMI (Al Sabah Program, Durham University)
“Asianization of Asia: the dialectics of China’s resurgence as a global power”
OCTOBER 25, 3.00 - 5.00 pm CET
Enrico FARDELLA & Amjed RASHEED (King’s College London)
“What strategy has Iraq adopted in response to the changes in US-China relations?”
OCTOBER 27, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm CET
Enrico FARDELLA & LIU Jia (Durham University)
“China’s international role in Saudi Arabia-Iran normalization”
NOVEMBER 3, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm CET
Enrico FARDELLA & Gedaliah AFTERMAN (Reichman University)
“How has the China-Israel-Persian Gulf triangle evolved in the context of Sino-American competition?”
NOVEMBER 9, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm CET
Enrico FARDELLA & Sarah BAZOOBANDI (German Institute for Global and Area Studies)
“What strategy has Iran adopted in response to the changes in US-China relations?”
📍 Platform: Microsoft Teams
🔗 Link: Click here to join
💼 No Registration Necessary
These intellectually enriching sessions promise to shed light on the intricate dynamics between China and the Middle East, providing valuable insights for academics, researchers, and anyone passionate about global affairs. We invite you to join us for one, several, or all of the lectures, and delve deeply into the past, present, and future of this pivotal geopolitical relationship.