Taiwan 2nd Track

Taiwan 2nd Tack Dialogue - Group Photo 2013 - Participants of the 10th Symposium on »Sino-EU Relations and the Taiwan Question« - 2013

The 10th Annual Conference on

»China-Europe Relations and the Cross-Strait Relations«

A workshop jointly organized by Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP). With the friendly support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH, Stuttgart.

July 28—July 31, 2013, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS), Shanghai

Sunday, July 28

 

Arrival of Participants

18:00

Welcome Dinner hosted by SIIS

Monday, July 29

09:30-09:50

Opening Remarks

Moderator: Yang Jiemian (SIIS)
Remarks: Chen Dongxiao (SIIS) and Gudrun Wacker (SWP)

09:50-10:00

Group Photo

10:00-10:40

Session One: China-Europe Relations in the Framework of the New Pattern of Major Power Relations

Moderator: Chen Dongxiao
Keynote Speakers:
Ding Chun, »Thoughts on Sino-European Drive toward the Establishment of a New-Type Relationship«
Gudrun Wacker, »China-Europe relations and the European perspectives on the "New Type of Major Power Relations"«
Chen Xin, »New Trends in EU’s Economic Relations with China«
Christopher R. Hughes, »Implications of the Scottish and UK Referendums for Great Power Relations and Cross Strait Relations«

10:40-11:00

Tea Break

11:00-12:00

Free Discussion

12:00-13:45

Working Lunch

14:00-14:40

Session Two: Cross-Strait Policy under the New Leadership

Moderator: Gudrun Wacker
Keynote Speakers:
Yu Xintian, New Trends of Mainland China’s Taiwan Policy: Growing Inclusiveness, Pragmatism and Flexibility«
Saša Istenic, »New Geopolitical Realities in East Asia & Old Westphalian Realities vis-à-vis Taiwan's International Space«
Hu Lingwei, » The Mainland’s Taiwan Policy after the 18th Party Congress«
Jean-Pierre Cabestan, »Ma Ying-jeou’s Mainland Policy since 2012: Has It Hardened and Why?«

14:40-15:40

Free Discussion

15:40-16:00

Tea Break

16:00-16:40

Session Three: Prospects of the Cross- Strait Relations

Moderator: Yan Anlin
Keynote Speakers:
Xu Shiquan, The Prospects of Cross-Straits Tie Development«
Mathieu Duchatel, »Taiwan’s policy towards the East and South China Sea Disputes: Implications for Cross-Strait Relations«
Ye Jiang
Shao Yuqun, The Outlook of Cross-strait Relations over the Next Three Years«

16:40-17:40

Free Discussion

18:30

Dinner

Tuesday, July 30

09:00-09:50

Session Four: Political Developments on the Island

Moderator: Chris Hughes
Keynote Speakers:
Liu Guoshen, »Current Situation and Future Prospects of Taiwan Politics«
Yan Anlin, Direction of Cross-Straits Tie Development after Su Tseng-Chang’s Election as DPP Chairman«
Hermann Halbeisen
Guo Jianqing, »Shifting from the Old Three No’s to the New Three No’s: Ma Ying Jeou’s Second Term Cross-Strait Policy«
Dafydd Fell, »The Politics of the Nuclear Referendum Issue in Taiwan«

09:50-10:40

Free Discussion

10:40-11:00

Tea Break

11:00-12:15

Session Five: Q & A with TAO Officials

Moderator: Xu Shiquan

12:15-12:30

Concluding Remarks

Moderator: Dafydd Fell
Remarks: Gudrun Wacker and Yang Jiemian

12:30

Luncheon invited by TAO

Afternoon

Local Visit

Wednesday, July 31

 

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