How sustainable is the Belt and Road Initiative in a post-Covid world?
25 May 2022
15 June 2022, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Experts from UCL, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the University of Turin, and the Lau China Institute at King's College London will be discussing the sustainability of China's 'Belt and Road Initiative' through the prism of trade and investment flows, particularly in the post-Covid reality that has increasingly separated China from the rest of the world. Join us for this inaugural event of the EISPS China Centre for Politics, Law and Culture at 10am - 2pm in Foster Court 216 on June 15th 2022.
- Julia Wagner – EISPS
- Room 216Foster CourtMalet PlaceLondonWC1E 6BTUnited Kingdom
Dr Igor Rogelja, Lecturer in Global Politics, European & International Social & Political Studies (EISPS), UCL
Dr Alessandro Spano, Lecturer in Law, European & International Social & Political Studies (EISPS), UCL
Dr Jan Knoerich, Senior Lecturer, Lau China Institute, KCL: Chinese international investments and sustainability: Where do we stand?
Dr Angela Tritto, Adjunct Assistant Professor, HKUST IEMS : China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Southeast Asia: energy, mineral investments, and sustainability implications
Dr Dini Sejko, Research Associate, Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law, CUHK LAW: Sustainability in EU-China Relations: Challenges and Conquests of the EU-China Comprehensive agreement on Investment
Dr Luca Rubini, School of Law, UNITO: The puzzle of State-owned enterprises