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Upcoming: CCG side event in Munich Security Conference 2023 on China-U.S. Climate Cooperation
Highly noteworthy participants confirmed for "Oasis or Mirage: Analyzing China-US Relations on Climate Cooperation"
The Center for China and Globalization (CCG) will host a physical side event on Saturday, Feb. 18 evening during the Feb 17-19 Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2023.
Dr. Henry Huiyao WANG, Founder and President of the CCG, Amb. Mdm. FU Ying, Deputy Chairwoman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the National People’s Congress, and YAO Yunzhu, Director Emeritus, Center on China-American Defence Relations, Academy of Military Science, People’s Liberation Army, are the three Chinese participants of the MSC.
Dr. Mable Miao, Secretary-General of CCG and a Munich Young Leader 2020, is among the Chinese observers invited to the MSC 2023.
CCG, a non-governmental thinktank, has been the only Chinese organization that has been invited by the MSC to host side events. In 2020, John Kerry recounted his climate engagement with China at the CCG side event at the MSC.
For this year, drawing on insights from policy advisors and area specialists from China, the United States, and Europe, the CCG side event aims to examine US-China bilateral relationship through both the lenses of climate diplomacy and broader geopolitical issues. The central questions it seeks to address include:
How will the bilateral relations move forward in the context of a newly inaugurated Congress in the US and a new administration in China to be installed soon in March?
What are the conditions for and constraints on the two sides’ efforts in building a floor for the bilateral competition?
What are the opportunities and challenges for China-US climate cooperation and the implications for the global climate agenda?
Which proposals from the international community can help promote global governance cooperation between the world’s two largest economies?
Oasis or Mirage: Analyzing China-US Relations on Climate Cooperation
Host Organization: Center for China and Globalization (CCG)
Format of Side Event: Thematic Dinner (Roundtable Discussion)
No. of Pax. 30
Date and Time: 20:00 – 21:30, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2023
Venue: Blue Spa, Hotel Bayerischer Hof.
19:30 Arrival of guests/Networking
20:00 Introduction by host: Dr. Mabel Lu Miao, Secretary-General, CCG; Munich Young Leader 2020
20:05 Welcome by host: Dr. Henry Huiyao Wang, President, CCG;
20:10 Welcome by host: Amb. Boris Ruge, Vice Chairman, Munich Security Conference
20:15 Special address: Amb. Mdm. FU Ying, Deputy Chairwoman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the National People’s Congress, People’s Republic of China
20:25 Special address: Prof. Jason Bordoff, Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy; Co-Founding Dean, Climate School, Columbia University
20:35 Keynote input:
Graham Allison, Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School
Arancha González Laya, Dean, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po; former Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of the Kingdom of Spain
Bronwen Maddox, Director and Chief Executive, Chatham House
Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
Justin Vaisse, Director General, Paris Peace Forum; former Director of Policy Planning at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the French Republic
Guntram Wolff, Director and Chief Executive Officer, German Council on Foreign Relations
21:05 Open discussion
21:30 Meeting adjourns/Networking
Dr. Ann Tang, Deputy Secretary-General, CCG email@example.com
List of Confirmed Participants (alphabetic):
Ravi Agrawal, Editor-in-Chief, Foreign Policy
Ebtesam Al-Ketbi, President and Founder of the Emirates Policy Center
Reinhard Bütikofer, Coordinator in the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the Delegation for Relations with the People’s Republic of China, The Greens/EPA Parliamentary Group, European Parliament
Dino Patti Djalal, Founder, Foreign Policy Committee of Indonesia; former Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the United States
Ottmar Edenhofer, Director and Chief Economist of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Trine Flockhart, Professor and Director of Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark
Helga Flores-Trejo, Vice President, Head International Public Affairs, Bayer AG
Ralph Heck, Chairman Executive Board, Bertelsmann Foundation
Stephen B. Heintz, President, Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Bernd Hops, Executive Vice President Communications & Public Policy, Chief Communications Officer, Infineon Technologies
Ingrid-Gabriela Hoven, Member of the Management Board, German Corporation for International Cooperation
Mikko Huotari, Executive Director, Mercator Institute for China Studies, Berlin
Michael Kovrig, Senior Advisor, International Crisis Group
Rich Lesser, Global Chair, Boston Consulting Group
Andrew J.P. Levy, Chief Corporate & Government Affairs Officer, Accenture
Morris Loveday, Bureau Chief, The Washington Post
John Dramani Mahama, Chairman, Tana High Level Forum on Security in Africa; former President of the Republic of Ghana
Bernhard Meising, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Partner, Kekst CNC
Masakatsu Ota, Senior Feature Writer and Editorial Writer, Kyodo News
Fred W. Reinke, President, American Friends of the MSC
Alex Rogers, President of Qualcomm Technology Licensing and Global Affairs of Qualcomm Incorporated
Michael Rogers, Advisory Board Member, Trusted Future
Grégoire Roos, Director of Program, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt
Paul Schreier, Chief Executive Officer, Wellcome Trust
YAO Yunzhu, Director Emeritus, Center on China-American Defence Relations, Academy of Military Science, People’s Liberation Army, People’s Republic of China, Beijing
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