#RSF2020 ep.VI: The Party's big new digs: NATO and CHINA

The sixth episode of the "Riga Security Forum 2020" podcast series is divided into two parts. During two discussions, we will discuss NATO2030 common political agenda towards China, including probability, needs, risks, and benefits as well as we will discuss NATO's closer cooperation with like-minded countries outside the NATO. 

For the first part of the discussion, we offer a conversation with Jing LONG, Deputy Director of the Center for European Studies of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies. 

For the second part of the discussion, we offer a conversation with a historian and author, Distinguished Research Fellow in Contemporary Asia at the Hoover Institution and Stanford University, U.S - Michael R. Auslin.

Both talks are led by Una Aleksandra Bērziņa-Čerenkova, political scientist and China scholar, Head of Riga Stradins University China Studies Centre, and the New Silk Road program, the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, also a member of the European Think tank Network on China. 

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More about the project learn over here.

The project is the result of successful collaboration between the Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) the NATO Public Diplomacy Division, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Representation of the European Commission in Latvia, the German Federal Foreign Office, and Embassies of Poland, Canada, and Spain in Latvia.

Published 26 November 2020