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ASUE Members Got Acquainted with China's Foreign Policy and Got Certificates

22 Dec 2017

A special course “Rethinking China’s Foreign Policy”, organized by the “China-Eurasia Political and Strategic Research Council” was conducted in Tekeyan Cultural Center on December 15-20, which was  attended  by Mariam Mnatsakanyan, employee of  ASUE Library, and Davit Barseghyan, the 3rd year  student of Department of Management. The selection of participants was done online, based on motivation letters and recommendations

 Only 19 participants  of the 23 ones, including ASUE employee and student succeeded in collecting enough scores in teamwork and were awarded certificates.

Our  University participants told  ASUE Media and Public Relations Division, that  the course was unique opportunity to get acquainted with the prospects of development of Armenian-Chinese, as well as China-Azerbaijan, China-US relations. The main purpose of the course is the comprehensive discussion of contemporary China’s foreign policy, sharing knowledge and skills with Armenian young professionals. The  course  was conducted  by Armenian  and  foreign specialists: Vardan Atoyan, Associate  Professor  of the  Chair of  Political Science and Law, Vice-Chairman of Expertise  Board  of  ASUE “AMBERD” Research Center, Invited expert of the Central Asia Institute of Shaanxi Normal University, reported  on “China's foreign policy and Armenia”, Karen Veranyan, Head of Centre for Political Studies at the “Noravank” Foundation reported  on "Armenian-Chinese Relations in the Context of “One Belt One Way” Chinese Initiative”, Beniamin Poghosyan, Deputy Head of National Defense Research University, MoD, RA, the Executive Director of the Political Science Association (PSAA),  reported on “Persian Gulf - Black Sea Multimodal Transport Corridor as Strategic Opportunity to Join the "One Belt  One Way" Initiative” other  reports  were  also  presented.

You can get acquainted with the earlier published article about our partner's lecture by the following link: https://chinastan.org/2017/12/18/rethinkingchinava/.

         

ASUE Media and Public Relations Division 


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