讲座 | Alexander Lukin：Russia-China Relations and the Changing International Order
北京大学 北阁一楼 大会议室（需报名）
Alexander Lukin：Russia-China Relations and the Changing International Order（需报名）
Before the Ukrainian crisis, Russia made concessions to the West, but found that if it could not meet Western political demands and could not establish friendly relations with the West, Russia began to adopt a tough attitude and turned its political and economic activities to the non-Western world. In the long run, China will have greater challenges to Western ideology. Because it has achieved great economic development on the basis of not accepting the Western "liberal democracy" ideology. How could Russia and China cooperate while the U.S. Secretary of State remarks them as “bad actors”.（报名方式见下）
Alexander Lukin is Head of the Department of International Relations at National Research University Higher School of Economics and Director of the Centre for East Asian and Shanghai Cooperation Organization Studies at MGIMO University in Moscow, Russia. He also holds the position of Chair Professor at Zhejiang University in China.