CIRSD President Vuk Jeremić Participates in 10th China Globalization Forum in Beijing


Beijing, China  - Vuk Jeremić, President of the Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development (CIRSD), attended the 10th China Globalization Forum held in Beijing, China. 

The event, organized by the Centre for China and Globalization (CCG), gathered global leaders and prominent experts to discuss the evolving dynamics of globalization and its impact on the world. 

In his keynote address, Jeremić highlighted the transformation of globalization over the years, reflecting on its present and future challenges. He remarked, “Globalization used to be easy. Driven by the victors of the Cold War, it was assumed it would deliver progress to all. Arguably, it did - but far from equitably so. Perhaps the most significant consequence of globalization was the spectacular rise of China into the world’s leading economic, technological and diplomatic power of the 21st century. And now things are difficult.” 

Jeremić expressed his gratitude to the CCG for their dedication to fostering global cooperation amid increasing challenges. “I am grateful to the Centre for China and Globalization for your unwavering commitment to building bridges in the face of growing headwinds for global cooperation, and for giving me the honor of being amongst the keynote speakers at your jubilee event in Beijing, together with His Highness Prince Turki bin Faisal Al-Saud,” he added. 

Jeremić has participated in the central panel on US-China relations, alongside the Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore, Professor Danny Quah, analyzing the evolving rivalry between the two superpowers. 

China Globalization Forum is Asia’s premier platform for dialogue and collaboration in addressing the critical issues facing the global community today. Jeremić’s participation underscored CIRSD’s commitment to engaging with international partners to promote sustainable development and better global understanding.

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