What to expect from relations between China and India in the 21st century? Over the past few decades, China and India have managed to push their disputes into the background in order to cooperate with each other. The two countries
YCW's Berlin chapter launched in the spring of 2015. Located in one of Europe's most influential capitals where politics, business and media intersect, YCW Berlin is poised to tap into a growing German and international community seeking to discuss and understand more about leading issues impacting China today. Events will be held in English and German.
[Photo: Nico Trinkhaus - Brandenburg Gate West, Berlin. Visit https://sumfinity.com for more work by Nico Trinkhaus.]
Given China’s increasing influence across the globe, understanding its ideas and actions is more important than ever. But how, as researchers, can we grasp contemporary China. And once we do, how do we convey this knowledge to others? In an
An old communist joke has it that Marxists can tell the future but find the past more difficult to predict. One-party states constantly rewrite their own history, if only because it legitimises the present. Frank Dikötter will discuss one of
In recent years Moscow has been reaching out to Asian powers, especially China, trying to replace the West as a as a major market for Russian exports and source of capital and investment. Western sanctions, following the annexation of Crimea
The panelists will discuss how civil society engagement with China can be constructive and productive in the future. European and Chinese policy-makers have acknowledged on many occasions the importance of extending their relations beyond diplomatic and business interactions and promote