【报名】文明对话研究院(DOC)全球疫情网络论坛系列之“战后75年:成就与前景”

发稿时间:2020-05-05浏览次数:15

 在全球新冠肺炎疫情的背景下,5月8日,我们将迎来二战结束75周年纪念日,一同见证那个特定历史时刻所奠定的国际体系的成就。近段时间以来,新冠肺炎疫情对全球的影响常常被拿来与20世纪的世界战争进行比较。75年前,战后各国领导人的共识是通过建立联合国(UN)这一多边框架来促进合作,保证和平合作和发展。然而,相比而言,如今的全球领导人却不愿意回顾和分享这一理念。与新冠肺炎疫情导致的经济危机一道,全球地缘政治危机也逐渐显现。基于此,中国传媒大学人类命运共同体研究院签约合作方,文明对话研究院(Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute)与拉法兰创新基金会(La Fondation Prospective & Innovation)将联合主办主题为“战后75年:成就与前景”的网络论坛,举办时间为5月8日下午3点(中欧夏令时间)。

 参加本次论坛的发言嘉宾有:法国前总理让-皮埃尔·拉法兰,俄罗斯常驻欧盟代表、前副外长弗拉基米尔·奇若夫,以及负责欧洲事务的美国前副助理国务卿丹尼尔·汉密尔顿。

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 In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, on 8 May the world will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two and celebrate the achievements of the international system birthed by that historical moment. The magnitude of the present Covid-19 crisis is often compared with the shocks of the 20th-century world wars. The post-war response of world leaders 75 years ago was to strengthen international cooperation by establishing the UN-based multilateral framework to guarantee peaceful cooperation and development. However, it seems today’s global leaders no longer share this vision and the risk of a geopolitical crisis is looming behind the Covid-19-induced economic crisis.As the world enters this new age of uncertainty, the DOC in partnership with La Fondation Prospective & Innovation, will host a webinar entitled ‘75 years after World War Two: The world at a crossroads again’ on 8 May at 3pm CEST.Questions to be discussed during the webinar:Will the Covid-19 crisis lead to a reset in international relations and an acceleration in the re-composition of the world order inherited from World War Two? What lessons of unity can we draw when ideologies were secondary to build humanity together? How to revive international leadership in the contemporary world ?Is the ‘battle of the giants’ between the US and China inevitable? What roles can Europe and Russia play?Does the UN, created 75 years ago, still have a role to play? If radical reform is necessary, what should it look like? Has the globalisation bubble finally burst and will we see the emergence of new kinds of capitalism, new kinds of regionalism? Will we see a resurgence of the primacy of nation-states?Is there a need for international leadership in the contemporary world?We will be joined by the following speakers:Jean-Pierre Raffarin, former Prime Minister of France, Chair of La Fondation Prospective & Innovation and President of Leaders for PeaceAmbassador Vladimir Chizhov, Permanent Representative of Russia to the EU and Former Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign AffairsDan Hamilton, Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary for European Affairs and Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow at the Robert Bosch Stiftung