CNISCO successfully held a seminar on the Challenges of the U.S. Integrated Deterrence Strategy to China's National Security


On October 11, CNISCO held a private seminar on the Challenges of the U.S. Integrated Deterrence Strategy to China's National Security. 

Wu Hailong, President of China Public Diplomacy Association, Former Ambassador to the European Union and Geneva Mission; Fang Xinghai, Vice Chairman of China Securities Regulatory Commission; Major General Meng Xuezheng, Vice Chairman of China Institute for International Strategic Studies, Former Head of the Third Department of the PLA General Staff Headquarters; Rear Admiral Zhao Dengping, Senior Adviser of China Institute for International Strategic Studies and Former Vice Minister of Naval Equipment Department; Ding Zhimin, Vice President of Energy Investment of the Investment Association of China, Former Deputy Director General of National Energy Administration of National Development and Reform Commission; Huang Renwei, Executive Vice Dean of Fudan Institute of Belt and Road & Global Governance and Former Vice President of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences; Pan Guang, Chief Specialist of CNISCO and Executive Director of the Shanghai Shixiong Center for International Relations; Sun Xiaokun, deputy secretary general of China Arms Control and Disarmament Association, SHUPL's Distinguished professor Xiang Lanxin, Wang Wei, Dean of Belt and Road Security Research Institute and Yuan Shengyu, Director of Academic Affairs Office attended the seminar.

Liu Xiaohong, president of SHUPL and Director of CNISCO extended a warm welcome to the experts. She expressed that it is of theoretical value and practical significance to hold such a seminar under profound changes unseen in centuries, and wished the seminar a great success.

Participants had in-depth discussions on current issues like China-U.S. Relations, economic security, maritime security, cyber security, and carbon emissions, and achieved fruitful results.

The seminar was planned and convened by Xiang Lanxin.