How to resolve conflicts arising from the Belt and Road Initiative? The problems and promises.

Conference introduction:

• 16.00 institutional greetings
Prof. Carlo Pilia
(University of Cagliari)

Professor Micaela Morelli (Pro-rector scientific research, University of Cagliari) 

Deputy Marina Berlinghieri (Vice-President XIVth Committee on EU Policies, Deputy of the Italian Republic)

Per. ind. Stefano Colantoni (National Councilor of the Order of industrial engineer and industrial graduate engineers – Periti Industriali e dei Periti Industriali Laureati)

Conference speeches:

Professor Sampsung Xiaoxiang Shi (East China University of Political Science and Law), Court Reform and Intellectual Property Protection in China

President Michele De Gasperis (Italian OBOR Institute), Belt & Road: What are the economic consequences of a slowdown?

Professor Barbara Onnis (University of Cagliari, Scientific manager of the confucius room), Diplomatic tensions in the Belt & Road

Professor Marcela Ganea (Coordinator Belt and Road Initiative Research Centre, Artifex University), Eight months after the outbreak of covid19 pandemic- Prospects of the Belt and Road Initiative. Problems countries encounter while dealing with China

Dr. Sebastien Goulard (Consultant and manager of Cooperans, Coordinator of the OBOR Europe platform), Belt & Road Intiative projects and tenders: opening the BRI to not Chinese companies

Mrs. Margot Angot (Project management and partnership development – United Nations Development Programme – UNDP), BRI and SDGs Nexus: toward a synchronization with the Agenda 2030

Mr. Giulio Stefano Ravot (University of Cagliari, Trinity College Dublin), The management of ADR procedures

Mr. Erardo Cerini (University of Milan), Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) and Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): towards a system of Eurasian corridors

Professor Carlo Pilia (University of Cagliari), The participative processes of building ADR systems: research, training and management