The successor to REEI's annual Roundtable on Postcommunism, “China, Russia, and the World” is a series of annual symposia that focus on the engagement (economic, cultural, political) of China and Russia with particular regions of the world. This year's symposium will address Chinese and Russian involvements in Central Asia, exploring the consequences of these involvements for the region and tracing the motivations that have shaped the nature of relations between the Central Asian states, Russia, and China, from the Cold War into the present.
Panelists: James Millward, Georgetown University; Mariya Omelicheva, University of Kansas; Atremy Kalinovsky, University of Amsterdam
Discussants: Gardner Bovingdon, Indiana University; Dina Spechler, Indiana University
Moderators: Sarah Friedman, Indiana University; Sarah Phillips, Indiana University
Co-Sponsors: East Asian Studies Center, Russian and East European Institute, Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center