Agenda

D1Oct.22 Sun

All Day
  • Check in at the lobby of Fragrance Hill Empark Hotel
19:00
  • Welcoming Dinner

D2Oct.23 Mon

9:00~9:25
  • Keynote Speech by Air Fort General Zheng Shenxia: “China’s Peatful Development and Asia-Pacific Security”Chair: Air Fort Lieutenant General Feng Yongsheng Venue: Jin Du Banquet Hall, Fragrant Hill Empark Hotel

Panel I:China’s Peatful Development and the Building of a Harmonious Region

9:25~9:55
  • 1.Panel Speech by He Yafei, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, PRC: “China’s Peatful Development Strategy and the Building of a Harmonious World”
  • 2.Q and A
9:55~10:55
  • 1.Presentations by participants (10 minutes each)
  • (1)Ding Kuisong: China’s Peatful Development and the Formation of a Harmonious Region
  • (2)Alexander Koltiukov: Sino-Russian Strategic Cooperation and Asia-Pacific Stability
  • (3)Ghani Jafar: Peatful Development and Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific Region
  • (4)Satish Nambiar: China’s Peatful Rise: Implication for India
  • 2.Q and A
10:55~11:15 Tea break
11:15~12:40 Group presentations and discussions Panel II:Path to Harmony and Security for Asia-Pacific Region

Panel II:Path to Harmony and Security for Asia-Pacific Region

14:00~14:30
  • 1.Panel Speech by Sun Yafu, Deputy Director, Taiwan Affairs Offit, State Council of PRC: “The Basic Policies of the Chinese Government for Peatful Solution of the Taiwan Issue”
  • 2.Q and A
14:30~15:40
  • 1.Presentations by participants (10 minutes each)
  • (1)Zhang Tuoshen: DPRK Nuclear Issue and Northeast Asia Security
  • (2)Valérie Niquet: The Strategic Situation in Asia and the Sino-Japanese Rivalry:From a European Perspective
  • (3)Alisher Badalbaev: Security Issues of Tntral Asia: The Role of SCO in Maintaining Regional Security
  • (4)Masahiro Akiyama: Sino-Japan Disputes on Maritime Security Issues and the Solution—Think Tanks’ Roles
  • (5)Najam Rafique: Peat and Stability in South Asia
  • 2.Q and A
15:40~16:00 Tea break
16:00~17:40 Group presentations and discussions
18:30~20:00 Retption and buffet dinner

D3Oct.24 Tue

Panel III:Military Modernization and Military Confident Building

9:00~9:30
  • 1.Panel Speech by Lieutenant General Zhang Qinsheng, Assistant General Chief of Staff, People’s Liberation Army: “Chinese PLA’s Military Diplomacy”
  • 2.Q and A
9:30~10:40
  • 1.Presentations by participants (10 minutes each)
  • (1)Luo Yuan: China’s View on Military Transparency
  • (2)Petter Stålenheim: Transparency in Military Expenditure and Arms Production
  • (3)Hwang Jaeho: Sino-South Korean Military Cooperation: Suggestions for the Development of Constructive Relations
  • (4)Shogo Suzuki: China’s Quest for ‘Legitimate’ Great Power Status and the Military’s Role in United Nations Peatkeeping Operations: Taking on a Civiliser’s Role?
  • (5)Noel M. Morada: Asean-China Military Relations: The Important of Norms and Principles in Military Diplomacy and Confident Building
  • 2.Q and A
10:40~11:00 Tea break
11:00~12:40 Group presentations and discussions

Panel IV:Defense Think Tanks’ Role in Promoting Regional Development and Security

14:00~14:30
  • 1.Panel Speech by Lieutenant General Liu Yuan, Political Commissar of Academy of Military Scient: “Missions and Challenges for Defense Think Tanks in a New Era”
  • 2.Q and A
14:30~15:50
  • 1.Presentations by participants (10 minutes each)
  • (1)Chen Dongxiao: International Strategic Studies in Shanghai: Institutions and Achievements
  • (2)David Ochmanek: The Roles of Think Tanks in National Security Policy Making: The American Experient
  • (3)Tan Seng Chye: Role of Think Tanks in Security and Development
  • (4)Yang Yi: Enhancing Think Tank Cooperation for Regional Peat and Security
  • (5)Douglas C. Lovelat, Jr.: The Role of National Security Research Institutes (“Think Tanks”) in Promoting International Security
  • 2.Q and A
15:50~16:10 Tea break
16:10~17:30
  • 1.Free Panel Discussions Presentations by participants (10 minutes each)
  • (1)Kim Heungkyu: Possible Stnarios for China’s Future Relations with North Korea: A South Korean Perspective
  • (2)Konstantin Kokarev: Some Issues Contrning SCO and Regional Security
  • (3)Niklas Swanström: Regional Conflict Prevention and Conflict Management: The Need for China as the Driving Fort
  • (4)Zhou Jianming: Maintaining Stability and Promoting Development of the Cross Taiwan Strait Relations
  • (5)Ola Tunander: US Strategy for a New World Order:Some Preliminary Predictions on Peat and War in the World
19:00 Farewell dinner

D1Oct.23 Thu

All Day
  • Check in at the reception of the Fragrant Hill Empark Hotel
18:30
  • Welcoming reception hosted by Major General HUANG Xing, Secretary-General of China Association for Military Science

D2Oct.24 Fri

I.Plenary Session: Opening Ceremony & Speeches

9:00~9:10
  • Opening Speech by Major Generel HUANG Xing, Secretary-General of China Association for Military Science
9:10~9:50
  • 1.Speech by Air Force Lieutenant General MA Xiaotian, Deputy General Chief of Staff, People’s Liberation Army: “International Security and Military Cooperation”
  • 2.Q and A
9:50~10:30
  • 1.Speech by a leader from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PRC
  • 2.Q and A
10:30~10:50
  • Tea Break
10:50~11:30
  • 1.Speech by a leader from Taiwan Affairs Office, State Council of PRC
  • 2.Q and A
11:30~12:10
  • 1.Speech by Air Force Lieutenant General LIU Chengjun, President of the Academy of Military Science (AMS), PLA
  • 2.Q and A
12:10~12:20
  • Group Photo

II.Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

14:00~18:00
  • Group One: Asia-Pacific Security Situation
  • Group Two: Confidence Building in Security Affairs, and Military Transformation by Asia-Pacific Countries and Regional Stability
  • Group Three: Cooperation in Countering Non-Traditional Security Threats

D3Oct.25 Sat

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

9:00~12:30
  • Group One: Asia-Pacific Security Situation
  • Group Two: Confidence Building in Security Affairs, and Military Transformation by Asia-Pacific Countries and Regional Stability
  • Group Three: Cooperation in Countering Non-Traditional Security Threats

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

14:00~18:00
  • Group One: Asia-Pacific Security Situation
  • Group Two: Confidence Building in Security Affairs, and Military Transformation by Asia-Pacific Countries and Regional Stability
  • Group Three: Cooperation in Countering Non-Traditional Security Threats

D4Oct.26 Sun

III.Plenary Session: Briefing by Each Group on Its Discussions & Closing Ceremony

9:00~10:30
  • Group One (30 minutes, including time for interpretation)
  • Group Two (30 minutes, including time for interpretation)
  • Group Three (30 minutes, including time for interpretation)
10:30~10:50
  • Tea Break
10:50~11:10
  • Closing Speech by Major Generel HUANG Xing, Secretary-General of China Association for Military Science
13:00~17:30
  • Visit to Olympic Facilities
18:00
  • Farewell dinner hosted by Major General ZHAO Pi

D1Oct.21 Thu

All Day
  • Check in and register at the Empark Grand Hotel
18:30
  • Welcoming reception hosted by General Liu Yuan, Political Commissar of the Academy of Military Science (AMS), PLA

D2Oct.22 Fri

9:00~9:10
  • Opening speech by Lieutenant General Liu Jixian, Vice President of the China Association for Military Science (CAMS) and AMS Vice President
9:10~9:50
  • 1.Speech by General (Air Force) Ma Xiaotian, Deputy Chief of General Staff of the PLA
  • 2.Q and A
9:50~10:30
  • 1.Speech by Fu Ying, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PRC
  • 2.Q and A
10:30~10:50
  • Tea Break
10:50~11:30
  • Keynote speech by General (Air Force) Liu Chengjun, AMS President

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

14:00~18:00
  • Group One: New Trends in the Evolution of International Strategic Configuration
  • Group Two: New Challenges to Asia-Pacific Security and Stability
  • Group Three: New Ideas for the Construction of Asia-Pacific Security Mechanisms

D3Oct.23 Sat

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

9:00~12:30
  • Group One: New Trends in the Evolution of International Strategic Configuration
  • Group Two: New Challenges to Asia-Pacific Security and Stability
  • Group Three: New Ideas for the Construction of Asia-Pacific Security Mechanisms

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

14:00~18:00
  • Group One: New Trends in the Evolution of International Strategic Configuration
  • Group Two: New Challenges to Asia-Pacific Security and Stability
  • Group Three: New Ideas for the Construction of Asia-Pacific Security Mechanisms

D4Oct.24 Sun

Plenary Session: Briefing by Each Group on Its Discussions & Closing Ceremony

9:00~10:30
  • Group One (30 minutes, including time for interpretation)
  • Group Two (30 minutes, including time for interpretation)
  • Group Three (30 minutes, including time for interpretation)
10:30~10:50
  • Tea Break
10:50~11:10
  • Closing Speech by Lieutenant General Liu Jixian, AMS Vice President

D1Nov.15 Thu

All Day
  • Check in and register at the lobby of the Empark Grand Hotel
17:30
  • Group photo
18:00
  • Welcoming reception hosted by Lieutenant General Sun Sijing, Political Commissar, Academy of Military Science (AMS), PLA
18:10
  • Toast by General Qi Jianguo, Deputy Chief of General Staff, PLA
20:00
  • End of reception

D2Nov.16 Fri

Plenary Session: Opening Ceremony & Speeches

9:30~9:40
  • Opening speech by Lieutenant General Ren Haiquan, Vice Chairman of the China Association for Military Science (CAMS) and AMS Vice President
9:40~10:30
  • 1.Speech by high-ranking official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PRC
  • 2.Q and A
10:30~11:10
  • Keynote speech by Air Force General Liu Chengjun, CAMS Chairman and AMS President

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

14:00~18:00
  • Group One: Asia-Pacific Security Situation: Retrospects and Prospects
  • Group Two: New Areas in Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation: Space Security and Cyber Security
  • Group Three: Asia-Pacific Strategic Mutual Trust: Approaches and Ideas

D3 Nov.17 Sat

Round-Table Presentations and Discussions

9:00~12:30
  • Group One: Asia-Pacific Security Situation: Retrospects and Prospects
  • Group Two: New Areas in Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation: Space Security and Cyber Security
  • Group Three: Asia-Pacific Strategic Mutual Trust: Approaches and Ideas

Plenary Session: Special Panels

14:00~15:30
  • Panel One: Asia-Pacific Security Situation: Retrospects and Prospects
15:30~15:50
  • Tea Break
15:50~17:20
  • Panel Two: New Areas in Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation: Space Security and Cyber Security

D4Nov.18 Sun

Plenary Session: Special Panel & Closing Ceremony

9:00~10:30
  • Panel Three: Asia-Pacific Strategic Mutual Trust: Approaches and Ideas
10:30~10:50
  • Tea Break
10:50~11:10
  • Closing speech by Major General He Lei, CAMS Secretary-General & Director, Research Guidance Department, AMS

D1Nev.20 Thu

All Day
  • Registration, Bilateral and Multilateral Meetings
17:30~18:30
  • Opening Reception
18:30~20:30
  • Welcoming Dinner

D2Nev.21 Fri

9:00~9:30
  • Plenary Session 1 Chinese Armed Forces and Security in Asia-Pacific Region
9:30~10:45
  • Plenary Session 2 Regional Security Architecture: Current Status and Prospects
10:45~11:05
  • Tea/Coffee Break
11:05~12:20
  • Plenary Session 3 Regional Perspectives on Asia-Pacific Security
12:35~13:20
  • Lunch
13:40~15:00
  • Session 1
  • Panel 1 Regional Security Architecture: Current Status and Prospects -Regional Perspectives on Asia-Pacific Security
  • Panel 2 Regional Maritime Security: Cooperation and Challenges -Managing Maritime Disputes in the Asia-Pacific
  • Panel 3 Regional Terrorism: Trends and Counter-Measures -New Challenges of Terrorism in Asia
15:10~16:30
  • Tea/Coffee Break
15:10~16:30
  • Session 2
  • Panel 1 Regional Security Architecture: Current Status and Prospects - Challenges in the Current Regional Security Architecture
  • Panel 2 Regional Maritime Security: Cooperation and Challenges - Enhancing Maritime Confidence-Building Measures
  • Panel 3 Regional Terrorism: Trends and Counter-Measures - Afghanistan after 2014
16:30~16:40
  • Tea/Coffee Break
16:30~18:00
  • Session 3
  • Panel 1 Regional Security Architecture: Current Status and Prospects - Approaches to a Better Regional Security Architecture
  • Panel 2 Regional Maritime Security: Cooperation and Challenges - Strengthening Non-Traditional Maritime Security Cooperation
19:00~20:40
  • Welcome Reception, MND, PRC

D3Nov.22 Sat

9:00~10:15
  • Plenary Session 4 Regional Maritime Security: Cooperation and Challenges
10:15~10:35
  • Tea/Coffee Break
10:35~11:50
  • Plenary Session 5 Regional Terrorism: Trends and Counter-Measures
12:00~13:20
  • Lunch

D1Oct.16 Fri

All Day
  • Check-in and Bilateral/ Multilateral Meetings
18:30~21:30
  • Opening Reception、Welcome Dinner
  • Distinguished Guest Speaker:His Excellency Hun Sen,Prime Minister,the Kingdom of Cambodia

D2Oct.17 Sat

9:00~9:20
  • Keynote Speech Gen.FAN Changlong
  • Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission, China
9:20~10:50
  • Plenary Session 1 Asia-Pacific Security Trends: Opportunities and Challenges
10:50~11:20
  • Tea Break
11:20~12:50
  • Plenary Session 2 Asia-Pacific Region Concepts: Innovation and Practice
12:50~13:50
  • Lunch
14:00~15:30
  • Current Panels (First Session)
  • Asia-Pacific Security and Responsibilities of Major Countries
  • ASEAN Community Building
  • Regional Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
  • Security of Sea Lines of Communication
  • Code of Conduct in Cyberspace
  • Cooperation in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations
  • Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation: Roles of Think Tanks
15:30~16:00
  • Tea Break
16:00~17:30
  • Current Panels (Second Session)
  • Asia-Pacific Security and Responsibilities of Major Countries
  • ASEAN Community Building
  • Regional Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
  • Security of Sea Lines of Communication
  • Code of Conduct in Cyberspace
  • Cooperation in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations
  • Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation: Roles of Think Tanks
18:30~20:30
  • Dinner Sponsored by Ministry of National Defense, China Host:Gen. Chang Wanquan, State Councilor, Minister of National Defense,China Distinguished Guest Speaker:LIU Zhenmin, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, China

D3Oct.18 Sun

9:00~10:30
  • Plenary Session 3 Asia-Pacific Maritime Security: Risks and Management
10:30~11:00
  • Tea Break
11:00~12:30
  • Plenary Session 4 Regional Terrorism: Roots and Solutions
12:30~13:30
  • Lunch
14:00~18:00
  • ptional Tours

D1Oct.10 Mon

All Day
  • Check-in and Bilateral Meetings
18:00~18:30
  • Reception
18:30~20:30
  • Welcome Dinner

D2Oct.11 Tue

9:00~9:10
  • Opening Ceremony
9:10~10:30
  • Plenary Session 1 Responding to New Security Challenges in the Asia-Pacific through Cooperation
10:30~11:00
  • Tea Break
11:00~12:30
  • Plenary Session 2 Role of Militaries in Global Governance
12:30~13:30
  • Buffet Lunch
13:30~15:00
  • Plenary Session 3 Maritime Security Cooperation
15:00~15:30
  • Tea Break
15:30~17:00
  • Plenary Session 4 International Terrorist Threats and Counter-measures
17:00~17:20
  • Closing Remarks by Gen. CAI Yingting, Chairman of China Association for Military Science
15:05~15:50
  • Briefing China-Russia Joint Briefing on Missile Defense

D3Oct.12 Wed

9:00~10:30
  • Session 1
  • Panel 1:Major Power Relations and Global Strategic Pattern
  • Panel 2:Global Governance: Security Implications of Globalization and De-globalization
  • Panel 3:Latest Developments in Terrorism and Creative Approaches to Cooperation
  • Panel 4:Maritime Crisis Management and Regional Stability
10:30~11:00
  • Tea Break
11:00~12:30
  • Session 2
  • Panel 1:Major Power Relations and Global Strategic Pattern
  • Panel 2:Global Governance: Security Implications of Globalization and De-globalization
  • Panel 3:Latest Developments in Terrorism and Creative Approaches to Cooperation
  • Panel 4:Maritime Crisis Management and Regional Stability
12:30~13:30
  • Buffet Lunch
14:00~15:30
  • CCTV Forum Future of the Asia-Pacific Towards Cooperation or Confrontation
16:00~17:30
  • Rising Experts' Roundtable Discussion Building the Asia-Pacific Community of Shared Future: Perspectives from Rising Experts

D1Oct.24 Wed

All Day
  • Registration
  • Young Officers and Scholars Seminar
Evening
  • Reception and Opening Dinner

D2Oct.25 Thu

Morning
  • Opening Ceremony
  • First Plenary Session: International Security Governance: New Ideas and Approaches
  • Second Plenary Session: Global Terrorism: Threats and Countermeasures
Afternoon
  • Simultaneous Special Session 1: The New Dynamics in Northeast Asia Security
  • Simultaneous Special Session 2: Ways and Means of Addressing the Security Issues in the Middle East
  • Simultaneous Special Session 3: Reflection on:Military and Security Confidence Building Measures in the Asia-Pacific
  • Simultaneous Special Session 4: Artificial Intelligence and the Conduct of Warfare
Evening
  • Dinner

D3Oct.26 Fri

Morning
  • Third Plenary Session: Maritime Security Cooperation: Reality and Vision
  • Fourth Plenary Session: UN Peacekeeping: Challenges and Cooperation

D1October 20, 2019 (Sunday)

All Day
  • Registration & Check-in of Participants
Afternoon
  • Young Officers and Scholars Seminar
Evening
  • Reception and Welcome Dinner

D2October 21, 2019 (Monday)

Morning
  • 1.Opening Ceremony
  • 2.Plenary Session One: Major Country Relations and International Order
  • 3.Plenary Session Two: Security Risk Management in the Asia-Pacific
Afternoon
  • Concurrent Session 1: Innovation in Security Concepts
  • Concurrent Session 2: Strategic Trust and Confidence-Building Measures
  • Concurrent Session 3: Asia-Pacific Security Architecture
  • Concurrent Session 4: Dynamics in Maritime Security
  • Concurrent Session 5: International Cooperation on Counter-terrorism
  • Concurrent Session 6: Security Developments in the Middle East
  • Concurrent Session 7: Scientific and Technological Innovation and International Security
  • Concurrent Session 8: Artificial Intelligence and Future Warfare

D3October 22, 2019 (Tuesday)

Morning
  • Special Plenary Session: The 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China and Peace and Development in the World
  • Plenary Session Three: Interests of Small and Medium-Sized Countries and Common Security
  • Plenary Session Four: International Arms Control Regime and Global Security
Afternoon
  • Visit to the Exhibition on Achievements of International Military Cooperation of the PRC