CONFERENCES

Conferences & Conferring

Including Academia and civil society

Since 1986: China/Asia Pacific/Eurasia. A selection of conferences, talks  and presentations given by Augusto Soto [and brainstorming sessions & conferences and conferring  with his direct involvement]

137.- Berlin, 08-05-2019. Bibliothek des Konservatismus. Augusto Soto attends the conference delivered by Alexander Rahr, “Rußland – Das „andere“ Europa”. Eurasian affairs, including Russia-China ties are also discussed.

https://www.facebook.com/events/bibliothek-des-konservatismus/alexander-rahr-rußland-das-andere-europa/588040128364534/

136.- Beijing, 24/26-04-2019. In the context of the Belt and Road II World Forum (“First Belt and Road Think Tanks Studies Network”). Augusto Soto participates as Dialogue with China Project’s director and the only delegate from Spain. http://www.brsn.net/English/index.html

[An important challenge: to explore: all possible synergies between http://www.brsn.net/English/index.html & https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage/50699/connecting-europe-asia-eu-strategy_en ]

135.- Madrid, 25-03-2019. PRISA. Augusto Soto participates in talks on Spanish-Chinese editorial cooperation. À huis clos.

134.- Berlin, 23-01-2019. Dialogue of Civilizations Institute (DOC). “2019 – A Year Of All The Dangers?” Augusto Soto attends as observer a round-table conference with prestigious international journalists.

https://doc-research.org/our-events/foreign-correspondents-discuss-outlook-2019/

133.- Shanghai. “Being there, beyond the clouds”. Excepcional moment. Photographing some of China’s tallest buildings headed by 上海中心 (632 meters) during 改革&开放’s 40th anniversary. Pudong, 18-12-2018.

http://www.augustosoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/IMG_20181220_121834.jpg

132.-  Barcelona/Beijing. Trialogue with CGTN’s “World Insight” Moderator, Ms. Tian Wei, and Prof. Cui Hongjian, on Xi Jinping’s State visit to Spain, 27/29-11-2018.  https://youtu.be/tOwvWercE2o

131.- Madrid. Municipal Palace of Congresses of Madrid, 22-11-2018. Augusto Soto as speaker on a colloquium on how China is ruled, based on the two volumes of Xi Jinping as a  preamble of his presidential visit to Spain.

http://comunicacioninstitucional.ufv.es/coloquio-de-lectores-chinos-espanoles-sobre-xi-jinping-la-gobernacion-administracion-de-china/

130.- Madrid. Railroad Museum, 20-11-2018. Commemorating the Yiwu-Madrid train fourth anniversary and exchanging with distinguished Belt and Road Initiative (一带一路) participants. http://www.augustosoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/IMG-20181123-WA0003.jpg

129.- Zaragoza. University of Zaragoza/Confucius Institute (Universidad de Zaragoza). 28-10-2018. Augusto Soto as speaker at the “I Conference One Belt, One Road/Una Franja, Una Vía/一带一路”.

http://www.unizar.es/actualidad/ficheros/20181017/43856/i_conferencia_una_franja_cartel.pdf

http://spanish.peopledaily.com.cn/n3/2018/1030/c31617-9513311.html

128.- Brussels. Bruegel, 23-10-2018.  “Europe: Back to the future of a political project”. Augusto Soto attends the event whose speakers are Ulrike Guerot, Adriaan Shout, Guntram Wolff.

http://bruegel.org/events/europe-back-to-the-future-of-a-political-project

127.- Berlin. Tagungszentrum Katholische Akademie, 18-10-2018. Deutsch-Russisches Forum, “Verständigung in Europa: Was kann der deutsch-russische Bürgerdialog bewirken?”. By invitation Augusto Soto attends the event whose speakers are key actors of both German & Russian civil societies. Eurasia (from Lisbon to Vladivostok) is mentioned, thus we feel like at home.

http://www.deutsch-russisches-forum.de/verstaendigung-in-europa-was-kann-der-deutsch-russische-buergerdialog-bewirken/848636

126.- Paris. European Council on Foregin Relations (ECFR). “La sécurité en Asie Orientale: une perspective Indo-Pacifique”, 10-10-2018. Augusto Soto attends the event whose speakers are Mathieu Duchâtel, Maya Kandel, Satoru Mori.

https://www.ecfr.eu/events/event/la_securite_en_asie_orientale_une_perspective_indo_pacifique

125.- Saint Petersburg. Augusto Soto is invited as speaker to attend the Geocultural Forum 2018. Unfortunately an extremely busy and overlapping agenda prevents him from attending.

https://doc-research.org/our-events/geocultural-forum-2018

124.- Shanghai, 22/23-09-2018. Augusto Soto as speaker at the “人类命运共同体与中国-拉美国家关系国际研讨会”, 上海大学. Participants from China, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Jamaica, Mexico, Spain, Australia, US.

http://news.cssn.cn/zx/bwyc/201810/t20181018_4706421.shtml

123.- Madrid, 17-07-2018. Casa de América. Conference: “China’s growing influence in Iberoamerica”. Speakers: Mario Esteban, Jorge Sicilia & Augusto Soto. Moderated by ambassador Carmen Moreno (Casa Asia’s adjunct director), and presented by Santiago Miralles (Casa de América’s director general), Madrid, and David Navarro (Casa Asia’s director general), Barcelona.

http://www.casamerica.es/economia/la-creciente-influencia-de-china-en-iberoamerica

122.- Madrid, 20-06-2018. Elcano Royal Institute. Spain-China working group meeting. Augusto Soto and other members of the group (including distinguished sinologists, diplomats and officials) exchange views focused on Alicia García-Herrero’s presentation (main presentation) on EU-China commercial and investment juncture.

121.- Berlin, 30-05-2018. Dialogue of Civilizations Institute (DOC). “Capacity-building for infrastructure development in emerging economies” – T20 (G20) Argentina associated event”. Augusto Soto participates as speaker in a roundtable with distinguished speakers from around the world. The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is discussed.

Augusto Soto, below, clicking on the link => Remarks of goodwill and promotion of concerted efforts through mutual understanding, dialogue & action. Overture & intro in the context of presentations and exchange among scholars and thought leaders on OBOR & T20 (G20) at Dialogue of Civilizations (DOC) Research Institute, where East meets West, South meets North, Berlin, May-June 2018:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AH4tYnsPcc

Augusto Soto on Belt and Road Initiative, Development and Intercultural Dialogue, Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC), Berlin, May-June 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AH4tYnsPcc&list=PLF1usGzxawcz7qQrCuoMjyjU_t4WYpdT7&index=12

https://doc-research.org/2018/06/capacity-building-infrastructure-development-emerging-economies-t20-argentina-associated-event-2/

120.- Brussels, 25-05-2018. Bruegel. “Where is China’s Financial System Heading?”.  Augusto Soto attends the event whose speakers are: Elena Flores, Alicia García-Herrero, Guntram B. Wolff, Hu Yuwei, Gene Ma.

http://bruegel.org/events

119.- Berlin, 23-03-2018. Dialogue of Civilizations Institute (DOC). Augusto Soto attends the round-table conference given by Eurasia specialist, Giacopo Maria Pepe. Pepe’s brilliant speech gave way to a lively discussion joined by distinguished German, Russian, Italian and Spanish analysts and VIP.

https://doc-research.org/en/60995

118.- Berlin, 25-01-2018. Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD). Augusto Soto confers with ICD’s director Mark Donfried on global cultural diplomacy.

http://www.culturaldiplomacy.org/index.php?en

117.- Madrid, 12-12-2017. As contributor Augusto Soto attends the launching of The Global Square Magazine.

https://www.globalsquaremagazine.com

https://www.globalsquaremagazine.com/contributors

116.- Madrid, 12-12-2017. PRISA. Augusto Soto participates in talks on Spanish-Chinese editorial cooperation. À huis clos.

115.- Sheffield, 06-11-2017. Augusto Soto is invited as speaker at ‘Navigating China’s Geopolitics’ Session, “2017 Horasis China Meeting” (The Global Visions Community). An extremely busy agenda influenced by Cataκρίσις  prevents him from attending.

http://www.horasis.org/event_china_2017.php

http://www.eucba.org/images/contents/files/Horasis-ChinaMeeting-2017.pdf

114.- Shanghai, November 2017. Shanghai Municipality. By invitation Augusto Soto participates in talks on EU-China ties. À huis clos.

113.- Beijing, 22-06-2017. Global media conglomerates. Augusto Soto engaged in extremely friendly talks. À huis clos.

112.- Berlin, 31-05-2017. Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute. “New Models of International Cooperation: Multiple Perspectives on the Belt and Road Initiative (OBOR)”. By invitation Augusto Soto participates as participant in a roundtable with distinguished speakers from Russia, Iran, Germany, and the European Parliament. À huis clos.

111.- Madrid, 28-04-2017. Elcano Royal Institute. Spain-China working group meeting. Augusto Soto and other members of the group (including distinguished sinologists, diplomats and officials) exchange views on Mario Esteban/Carmen González Enriquez’s presentation on Chinese immigration in Spain. À huis clos.

110.- Beijing, 22/23-03-2017. Augusto Soto exchanges views on EU-China ties at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse (钓鱼台国宾馆) and CIPG’s headquarters with Vice-Minister Zhang Fuhai, VIP Huang Youyi [member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC)], & high CIPG’s officials.

 http://www.chinadyt.com/cn/index.html

109.- Hebei province, 17/22-03-2017. By invitation Augusto Soto participates on a China Radio International ‘on fighting poverty’ reporting trip to Hebei province (including Handan city, Laishui district and various villages).

108.- Barcelona, 10-03-2017. By invitation Augusto Soto attends the “CIDOB’s European Breakfast ‘EU-China in the New International Context’” with Jo Leinen, chair of the European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with the People’s Republic of China as a special guest, CIDOB.

107.- New York, December 15, 2016. Augusto Soto is invited by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and The Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations to attend the “Preventing radicalization and xenophobia through education at grassroots level: A UNAOC Fellowship Alumni Event”. A busy agenda prevents him from attending.

106.- Zhouzhuang, November 2016. Shanghai Municipality. By invitation Augusto Soto participates in talks on EU-China ties. À huis clos.

105.- Barcelona. By invitation Augusto Soto participates in a Forum on China’s development,  Asia House, Barcelona, 10-10-2016.

“中国道路欧洲论坛 (西班牙会场) . ‘五大发展理念’ 与中国道路”. Chinese guests included authorities and scholars from 中国社会科学院、《人民日报》社理论部、北京大学、清华大学、中国人民大学、兰州大学、吉林大学、东北师范大. Fora took place in France (Paris), Spain (Barcelona) and Italy (Rome) http://www.gsgxzc.com/htm/201610/5_1839.htm

https://www.casaasia.es/noticia/detalle/217640-el-think-tank-mas-prestigioso-de-asia-debatira-el-modelo-de-desarrollo-chino-en-barcelona

104.- Herzliya. Augusto Soto is invited to the “Israel’s China Policy Conference”, Herzliya, September 2016. A busy agenda prevents him from attending the event organized by SIGNAL.

103.- Huangpu River area, January 2016. Shanghai Municipality. By invitation Augusto Soto participates in talks on EU-China ties. À huis clos.

102.- Barcelona, October-December, 2015. Course. “The Emergence of China in the XXI Century”, ESADE.

101.- Barcelona, September-December, 2014. Course. “The Emergence of China in the XXI Century”, ESADE.

100.- Beijing, Jinan, Qufu, Qingdao, 03/09-09-2014. By invitation Augusto Soto participates in “The Party and the World Dialogue 2014″. First-ever global program sponsored by the China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS) and the China Foundation for Peace and Development (CFPD).

http://www.cccws.org.cn/Detail.aspx?newsId=3372&TId=200

http://english.cccws.org.cn/list.aspx?clmId=88

99.- Madrid, June 9, 2014. Fundación Alternativas, The Chinese Council, and Cátedra China. On the XVIII Chinese Communist Party Congress. Presentations by VIP (including Javier Solana) and Q & A. À huis clos.

97 & 98.- Madrid, May 14, 2014. Elcano Royal Institute. Presentation and discussion on China with ambassador Manuel Montobbio. À huis clos.

Madrid, May 7, 2014. Elcano Royal Institute. Presentation and discussion on China with former ambassador to China, Eugenio Bregolat. À huis clos.

96.- Barcelona, February 3, 2014. ESADE. Sociology II. Guest speaker: Augusto Soto, “How China sees the World”. February-April conferences organized by David Murillo including Augusto Soto, Andy Robinson, Miguel Puig, Javier Solana.

95.- Barcelona, September-December, 2013. Course. “The Emergence of China in the XXI Century”, ESADE.

94.- Madrid, mid-November, 2013. Augusto Soto exchanges views on the future of Spain-China & EU-China ties in business, academic, diplomatic and social circles.

93.- Zhuzhou, November 02/04-11-2013. Augusto Soto participates in the Zhuzhou Summit. International Academic Seminar on World Socialist Construction (by invitation). Organized by the Zhuzhou Municipal Academy of Social Sciences, CPC Changsha County Committee. The event also included Shaoshan.

92.- Beijing, October 30-31, 2013. Augusto Soto participates in The Fourth World Socialism Forum (by invitation). Co-organized by the World Socialism Research Center, CASS, and the Center for Contemporary World Studies, International Department of the Chinese Communist Party.

http://www.augustosoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/PA300115.jpg

Participating countries: China, US, Russia, Spain, Vietnam, Belarus, Greece, Great Britain, India, Italy, Portugal, Australia, Colombia, Cuba, France, Egypt, North Korea.

Both the Forum and the Summit took place in an extraordinary warm and friendly atmosphere, in the spirit of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Spain and China

91.- Barcelona, September-December, 2013. Course. “The Emergence of China in the XXI Century”, ESADE.

90.- Santiago, September, 3, 4, 2013, Universidad Andrés Bello-Funpacífico.  Seminar: Augusto Soto, “China: New Government, New Challenges”.

89.- Madrid, July 4, 2013, Cultural Center of China in Madrid. “China and the Communist Party of China after the 18th Party Congress”. Spanish-Chinese Meeting co-chaired by Cui Shaopeng, Secretary-General of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China, and Augusto Soto, Director, Dialogue with China Project.

The Chinese delegation was made up of very distinguished senior and VIP CPC members also including Li Xiaoquan, Director-General of the State Commission Office for Public Sector Reform (SCOPSR); Chen Xi, Director-General of the Party History Research Center of the CPC Central Committee; Wang Changjiang, Professor, Director of the Department of Party-Building Teaching & Research of the Central Party School; Sun Haiyan, Director-General of Information Office of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee; Zhang Ye, Deputy Director-General of Information Bureau of the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee; Zhang Hongtao, Deputy Director-General of the General Office of the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee; Guo Zhi, Division Chief of General Office of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC (CCDI); Li Jinyan, Deputy Division Chief of Information Office of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee.

The Spanish side included distinguished sinologists and mass media VIP, i.e. Gladys Nieto, Professor, Center for East Asian Studies, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and Erasmus Coordinator, Linguistics Department Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, UAM; Marcelo Muñoz, Dean of the Spanish business community in China; Rafael Bueno, Director of Politics, Society and Education, Casa Asia, Barcelona; Kurt Grötsch, president of Chinese Frinedly, Seville; Ivan Mañez, Director of Global Asia, Valencia; Luis Torras, economist; Gonzalo Toca Rey, Journalist, Expansión newspaper, Madrid.

The meeting à huis clos took place in an extraordinary warm and friendly atmosphere, in the spirit of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Spain and China.

88.- Madrid, July 5th, 2013. Augusto Soto participates in the Chinese Friendly convention devoted to Chinese tourism in Spain. Chinese Friendly, Seville-Madrid.

87.- Beijing and Shandong cities (Jinan, Taian, Qufu, Qingdao), May 20-31, 2013. Augusto Soto is invited to China by the International Department of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party of China (IDCCCPC). He joins the Joint Delegation of Political Parties & Media. First-ever global program organized by the IDCCCPC. Participating countries: Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Japan, Pakistan, Romania, Saint Lucia, Senegal, Seychelles, Spain, Sri Lanka. Soto represents Spain-EU.

Photo: Peak moment of the program. The delegation meeting Vice President of China, Li Yuanchao, at the Great Hall of the People, Beijing, 23-05-2013:
http://www.augustosoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/AugustoSotoLiYuanChao.jpg
http://www.augustosoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/000040.bmp

The meetings and discussions took place in an extraordinary warm and friendly atmosphere, in the spirit of:

The International Department of the Central Committee of the Chinese CPC & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

86.- Qingdao, May 30, 2013. Q&A at Haier’s Qingdao headquarters (meeting with top managers).

85.- Hamburg, January 18, 2013. Augusto Soto exchanges views on China and the world with Katja Banik, editor of China Compass PwC. The meeting took place in a very friendly atmosphere.

84.- In 2012 Augusto Soto was officially invited to participate in “China in the 21st Century: What Kind of World Power?”, Salzburg Global Seminar, and “CEIBS China Europe Forum”, London. A busy agenda prevented him from attending both events.

83.- Barcelona, September-December, 2012. Course. “The Emergence of China in the XXI Century”, ESADE.

82.- Barcelona-Beijing, November/December 2012, 2013 on. Augusto Soto in brainstorming sessions on Lychee Consulting in a very friendly and gemütlich atmosphere, in the spirit of www.lychee.com & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

81.- Madrid, November 22, 2012. Augusto Soto exchanges views on China-Spain, China-EU relations with Chinese VIP, Club Financiero Génova. Context: Global Asia award.

80.- Santiago de Chile, Chinese Embassy, August 27, 2012. Augusto Soto exchanges views on Chile-China, China-Latin America relations and global issues with Yang Wanming, Chinese ambassador to Chile. The meeting took place in a very friendly atmosphere.

79.- Valparaíso, August 24, 2012. Augusto Soto Presents “Current China”, Master in International Relations, PUCV.

78.- Santiago de Chile, August 23, 2012. Forum “Asia: El nuevo referente mundial”, ICARE.

http://www.funpacifico.cl/esp/boletin_septiembre%202012/index.html

The Forum took place in a very impressive and friendly atmosphere in the spirit of www.icare.cl & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

77.- Beijing, Tianjin, Shaanxi province, Shanghai, June 14-27, 2012. Augusto Soto is invited to China by the Foreign Affairs Office Compilation & Translation Bureau (CCTB) of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. He attends the first-ever China Latin America Exchange Program for Political Party Members and Academics organized by the CCTB. China, China-Latin America, Chile-China and China-Asia Pacific issues are discussed in Beijing, Xian and Shanghai.

http://www.cctb.net/news/201206/W020120615378358153979.jpg

On June 17 Augusto Soto presented: “Desarrollo económico y transformación social: algunas reflexiones sobre América Latina y China”, Beijing, Foreign Affairs Office Compilation & Translation Bureau of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party of China.

The meetings and discussions took place in an extraordinary warm and friendly atmosphere, in the spirit of:

The Foreign Affairs Office Compilation & Translation Bureau and the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee of the CPC www.dialoguewithchina.eu

76.- Clodoaldo Hugueney, ambassador of Brasil to the People’s Republic of China, “El momento actual de China, y las relaciones con Brasil, América Latina y el Caribe”. Commentators: Zhu Bangzao, ambassador of the Peoples’ Republic of China to the Kingdom of Spain; José Pedro Sebastián de Érice, General Secretary of Técnicas Reunidas and former ambassador of the Kingdom of Spain to the People’s Republic of China; Augusto Soto, Consultant and Professor, ESADE, and director of the Dialogue with China Project; Enrique Iglesias, General Secretary, Secretaría General Iberoamericana, Madrid, 28-03-2012.

http://www.segib.org/es/node/6053

The meeting took place at the Secretaría General Iberoamericana in a very warm and friendly atmosphere in the spirit of:

www.segib.org & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

75.- Santiago de Chile, January 9-11, 2012. International Seminar: Augusto Soto, “China hoy: Nuevos escenarios y desafíos”, organized by the International Relations Institute of the University of Chile and the Chilean Foundation of the Pacific.

http://www.uchile.cl/cursos/77543/seminario-china-hoy-nuevos-escenarios-y-desafios

The distinguished audience included International Relations experts and actors from Chile, China, Colombia, Sweden, Cuba, Spain, and the Anglo-Saxon world.

74.-a Santiago de Chile, January 10, 2012. Augusto Soto exchanges views on Chile-China and Asia Pacific relations with key policy-makers at the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

74.-b Santiago de Chile, January 10, 2012. Augusto Soto exchanges views on Chile-Asia Pacific ties with Chilean Asia Pacific academic, strategists and policy makers at Hotel Radisson Plaza.

Both meetings took place in a very warm and friendly atmosphere in the spirit of:

www.funpacifico.cl & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

73.- Barcelona, December 14, 2011. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “Àsia-Pacífic, ens emplaça i ens desplaça”, Barcelona, Arxiu de la Corona d’Aragó, Palau del Lloctinent, Plaça del Rei, Comtes 2.

http://premsa.gencat.cat/pres_fsvp/docs/2011/12/12/17/04/7f7ac8a0-39dd-4fcb-b80d-145af2467a5a.pdf

[“The presentation includes Asia Pacific perceptions", A.S.]

72.- Pamplona, December 13, 2011. Conference: Augusto Soto, “¿Puede la pujanza china coadyuvar en la actual crisis en Europa?”, Ateneo Navarro, Civican, November, 13-11-2011, 19:30

http://www.ateneonavarro.es/calendario.php?id=542

71.- Madrid, November 24-25, 2011. Augusto Soto participates as ESADEgeo’s academic contributor at “The Coming Energy Market”. The Conference was chaired by Prof. Javier Solana, president of ESADEgeo, Barcelona. Among the distinguished speakers was Xiaojie Xu, Professor of the International Energy Program, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Academy of Social Sciences of China. Hotel Eurostars Madrid Tower.

70.- Barcelona, November 11, 2011. Augusto Soto exchanges views on EU-China, China-Spain, China-Latin America and Eurasian relations with a delegation of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences visiting Spain and Greece. The delegation was made up of distinguished scholars including Prof. Zhou Hong, director of the Institute of European Studies (IES); Prof. Su Zhenxing, Member of the Academic Board; Prof. Gao Haihong, director of the International Finance Division at the Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP); Prof. Zhang Min, director of the EU Science and Technology Policy, Division at IES; Dr. Xiong Hou, deputy-director of the Economic Division at IES; Dr.CHEN Xin, Associate Professor, director of the Economic Division.

The meeting took place at the Hotel Sunotel Central in a very warm and friendly atmosphere in the spirit of:

www.ies.cass.cn & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

69.- Paris, June 28, 2011. Presentation: Augusto Soto: “Dialogue as a key factor in a 21st Century Silk Road”. 9th EU-China Forum, “New Humanism in a Globalizing World” “全球化时代的新人文主义” “Pour un nouvel humanisme dans un monde globalisé”, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)/UNESCO.

Speakers & authors =>

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002278/227855E.pdf

http://europe.chinadaily.com.cn/europe/2011-06/29/content_12802411.htm

The Forum took place in a multidimensional, multinational and friendly atmosphere in the spirit of Academia Sinica Europaea, UNESCO & www.dialoguewithchina.eu

68.- Madrid,  April 28, 2011. Conference:  Augusto Soto, “El caso del Nobel Liu Xiaobo en las relaciones internacionales de China”, The Open University of Catalonia in Madrid.

http://territori.blogs.uoc.edu/?p=1294&lang=ca

67.- Beijing, April 19, 2011. Brainstorming session on Olive Branch Exchange Program at “Sun & Sea International Cultural Communication Co” (3d week of April, 2011), Beijing.

66.- Beijing, April 16, 2011. Words of greeting: Augusto Soto, “Future ways for the Olive Branch Exchange Program”, 40th anniversary ceremony of China-Greek relations and launching of the “Olive Branch Exchange China-Greece Program”, Beijing.

http://www.grpressbeijing.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1984%3Abeijing-40-years-of-sino-greek-diplomatic-relations-&catid=2%3Acultural-and-media-diary&Itemid=11&lang=en

65.- Sant Joan D’Espí, April 13, 2011. Talk: Augusto Soto, “China y nosotros”. Organized by Sant Joan d’Espí City Council.

64.- Sant Joan D’Espí, April, 6th , 2011. Talk: Augusto Soto, “China y EE UU, ¿pugna por la hegemonía mundial?”. Organized by Sant Joan d’Espí City Council.

http://www.sjdespi.com/sjd_es/utilitats/agenda/xina_i_eua

63.- Barcelona, March 23, 2011. Augusto Soto participates in the seminar, “Socioeconomic interrelation between China and the EU”, held by Prof. Jiang Shixue, Deputy Director of the Institute of European Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), and chaired by Prof. Javier Solana, president of ESADEgeo.

62.- Pamplona, March 3th, 2011. Conference: Augusto Soto, “¿Puede Rusia influir en Eurasia?”, Ateneo Navarro, Pamplona.

http://www.ateneonavarro.es/calendario.php?ano=2011&mes=03&id=379

61.- Barcelona, February 7th, 2011. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Central Asia: Between Chessboard and Chaos”, IESE.

60.- Santiago de Chile, September 7-10, 2010. International Seminar: Augusto Soto, “China: Poder, Estabilidad y Globalización”, organized by the International Relations Institute of the University of Chile and the Chilean Foundation of the Pacific.

http://www.iei.uchile.cl/?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=notIEI&url=65465

59.- Barcelona, July 2009. Conference: Augusto Soto, “En el marco de Asia Pacífico: Las relaciones entre China y el Sudeste de Asia”, University of Barcelona.

58.- Madrid, June 23, 2009. Central Asia Working Group Session: Augusto Soto, commentator of working paper by Miguel Ángel Pérez Martín’s, “Geoeconomía de Asia Central y las grandes potencias”, Elcano Royal Institute.

57.- Washington D. C., Capitol Hill, December 2008. “Trialogue21” organized by the East-West Institute and the China Institute of International Studies. Augusto Soto expressed views on understanding and communication between China, the EU and the United States. [“Trialogue21” is an off-the-record forum at Track II level].

http://www.ewi.info/ewi-brings-together-china-eu-and-us-confront-financial-crisis

56.- Barcelona, November 27-28, 2008. Workshops and brain-storming sessions on China-Europe relations, China-Europa Forum, Asia House.

http://www.china-europa-forum.net/IMG/pdf/programme_en-barcelona.pdf

55.- Santiago de Chile, September 2nd, 2008. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Política interna e internacional en China en 2008”, Chilean Foundation of the Pacific.

54.- Santiago de Chile, September 1st, 2008. Conference: Augusto Soto, “La cultura china y sus alcances”, Institute of International Studies in the University of Chile.

53.- Valparaíso, August 25, 2008. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China en el contexto de los JJ OO de Pekín”, PUCV.

52.- Barcelona, July 17, 2008. Conference: Augusto Soto, “L’enfocament de Zhongnanhai i l’Àsia Central”, University of Barcelona

http://www.anuncisuniversitat.com/aquest_estiu_-t34339.htm

51.- Zaragoza, January 2008. Course: Augusto Soto, “Asia”, Master en Dirección de Relaciones y Negocios Internacionales, Columbusibs.

50.- Lisbon, November 12-13, 2007. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “The EU, Central Asia and China. A New Bridge for Eurasia?” “6th Euro-China Forum”. Organized by the Academia Sinica Europaea, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai, China, the Diplomatic Institute of Portugal and the Catholic University of Lisbon.

http://www.ceibs.edu/ase/Documents/EuroChinaForum/ecforum.htm

49.- Madrid, March 2007. Cuarta reunión: marzo de 2007: Discussion: Augusto Soto’s paper, “Asia Central en el horizonte geoestratégico de la UE”, Grupo de Trabajo de la Energía, Elcano Royal Institute.

http://www.realinstitutoelcano.org/wps/portal/!ut/p/c5/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gDCyNfMy8_10BXA08jl1An3yBDAwgAykdiyrsj5PHr9vPIz03Vj9SPMsdQZRwGVxWZk5qemFypX5AbUZ7vqKgIAIH4Umc!/dl3/d3/L0lJSklna2shL0lCakFBRXlBQkVSQ0lBISEvWUZOQzFOS18yN3chLzdfMDgyTTZKTkVRRTBJMkRVQjNWMTAwMDAwMDA!/?WCM_PORTLET=PC_7_082M6JNEQE0I2DUB3V10000000000000_WCM&WCM_GLOBAL_CONTEXT=/wps/wcm/connect/elcano/elcano_es/programas/geoestrategia+de+la+energ_a/grupo+de+trabajo

48.-  Beijing, first week of January, 2007. Augusto Soto exchanges views on Chinese-Latin American relations with Prof. Jiang Shixue, Deputy Director of the Institute of Latin American Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) at CASS.

47.- Madrid-Majadahonda, October 5, 2006. Conference: Augusto Soto, “The place of China in the world”, organized by CIEES, Caja Madrid, Mapfre, London School of Economics.

http://www.gref.org/nuevo/docs/seminario_ciees_oct06.pdf

46.- Vitoria, March 29-31, 2006. Conference: Augusto Soto, “El salto de China en la política mundial”, Nuevo Orden Mundial: Escenarios, problemas y perspectivas de futuro, Centro Asociado a la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia de Vitoria.

45.- Zaragoza, February 2006. Course: Augusto Soto, “Asia”, Master en Dirección de Relaciones y Negocios Internacionales, Columbusibs.

44.- Barcelona, January 2006. Conference: Augusto Soto, “An Introduction to Central Asia”, IESE.

43.- Bellaterra, June 4, 2005. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Las protestas de Tiananmen en Pekí­n. Una mirada testimonial”, UOC.

http://openaccess.uoc.edu/webapps/o2/bitstream/10609/175/2/memoria_04-05angles.pdf.txt

42.- Barcelona, May 4th 2005. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Posibilidades y limitaciones entre más de un Gran Juego y unas rutas de seda y hierro”. Co-organized by Edicions Bellaterra/The Asia House.

http://www.casaasia.eu/actividad/detalle?id=2421

41.- Barcelona, December 15, 2004. Film Projection and discussion: Augusto Soto, La Cometa Azul, CaixaForum.

http://www.casaasia.net/actividad/detalle?id=1298

40.- Barcelona, November 30-December 1, 2004. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “La triangulación España-Iberoamérica-China. Algunas ideas”, II Spain China Forum.

http://www.spain-china-foundation.org/img/articulo_documentos/el-foro-espana-china-celebra-su-segunda-edicion/4_Programa_II_Foro.pdf

39.- Barcelona-Bishkek, September 2004. Project, “Support for the Implementation of the PCA between the EU and the Kyrghyz Republic, Phase 2” Augusto Soto participates in the inception phase via Altair Asesores:

http://www.europeanprofiles.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=202%3Akyrgyzstan-support-for-the-implementation-of-the-pca-between-the-eu-and-the-kyrghyz-republic-phase-2&catid=55%3Aprojects&Itemid=102&lang=el

38.- Pontevedra, July 8th, 2004. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Nexo, periferia y centro: perspectivas diplomáticas y culturales en Asia Central”, organized by the Asia House and Juan J. Herrera.

http://www.casaasia.es/pdf/406041436501086352610354.pdf

37.- Shanghai, June 13-14, 2004. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “Ideas for Improving Eurasian Institutional and Intercultural Exchange”. II Pudong China Europe Symposium, organized by the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)-Academia Sinica Europaea.

The Symposium was devoted to EU-Eurasian Relations.

http://www.ceibs.edu/ase/Documents/china-europeForum/soto.htm

36.- Buenos Aires, May 21, 2004. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Understanding China”. Organized and sponsored by IAE & Austral University.

35.- Buenos Aires, May 20, 2004. Conference: Augusto Soto, “25 years of reform and openness in China”. Organized and sponsored by IAE & Austral University.

http://www.abcmercadodecambios.com/ver2.0/noticia_1.php?id=1461

34.- Barcelona, April 17, 2004. Conference (given with Sebastian Stride): “Islam, comunismo, post comunismo y globalización“, Asia House.

33.- Zaragoza, February 6th and 7th, 2004. Course: Augusto Soto, “Asia”, Master en Dirección de Relaciones y Negocios Internacionales, Columbusibs.

32.- L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, October 1, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China en el debate”, Debates ante el III Milenio, Centro Cultural de Santa Eulalia.

31.- Semipalatinsk, September 28, 2001. Dissemination and brain storming session as part of a EU funded project. University of Harbuurg/Autonomous University of Barcelona/University of Joensuu.

30.- Ust-Kamenogorsk, September 27, 2001. Dissemination and brain storming session as part of a EU funded project. University of Harbuurg/Autonomous University of Barcelona/University of Joensuu.

29.- Almaty, September 26, 2001. Dissemination and brain storming session as part of a EU funded project. University of Harbuurg/Autonomous University of Barcelona/University of Joensuu.

28.- Astana, January 22, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Central Asia and the World” at the Conference on Security, Diplomacy and International Law. Astana. The event is a EU funded project at the Academy of Diplomacy of Kazakhstan, a section of the Eurasian University since 2000-01. Soto also exchanges additional views on Central Asian issues with scholars and officials from Central Asian countries, Russia and the EU.

27.- Kobe, October 30, 2000. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “Developing a Trans-Pacific Strategy: Chile’s Approaches to China”, Asia and Latin America: Connections and Comparisons, Asia and Research Institute for Economics and Business Administration, Kobe University.

http://www.rieb.kobe-u.ac.jp/~nisijima/Kobe-UCSDprog9.22.PDF

26.- Talas, near the border with Kyrgysztan, May 8-11, 2000. Augusto Soto takes part in informal dialogues with several authorities from Southern Kazakhstan on Kazakh and Central Asian issues.

25.- Almaty, February 12, 2000. Conference: Augusto Soto “Kazakhstan, Spain and Eurasia”, Kazakh National Technical University.

24.- Almaty, March-May, 2000. Augusto Soto gives several conferences and speeches on International Relations (including Chinese issues) at the Diplomatic Academy of Kazakhstan and at various local institutions. These conferences are included in “Support to the Academy of Diplomacy of the Ministry  of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan”, TACIS funded project. Team: Andersen Management International, the Diplomatic School in the Netherlands (the Clingendael Institute) and Asesores de Comercio Exterior, Spain.

23.- Barcelona, October 26-28, 1999. Conferences: Augusto Soto, “Introducció al món asiàtic”, Descobriment del Món Asiàtic, Fundació Solidaritat UB, Món-3, Generalitat de Catalunya.

22.- Almaty, January-February 1999. Augusto Soto gives several conferences and speeches on International Relations at the Diplomatic Academy of Kazakhstan. These conferences are included in “Support to the Academy of Diplomacy of the Ministry  of Foreign Affairs of   Kazakhstan”, TACIS funded project. Team: Andersen Management International, the Diplomatic School in the Netherlands (the Clingendael Institute) and Asesores de Comercio Exterior, Spain. Soto also exchanges informal views on non-proliferation issues at the Monterey Institute in Almaty.

21.- Barcelona, November 10-26, 1998. Course: Augusto Soto, “Una introducción a la cultura china”, Món-3 Foundation and International and Intercultural Studies Centre.

20.- Baden Baden, Austria, May 24-29, 1998. Augusto Soto takes part in brainstorming sessions on intercultural issues with European and Asian fellows at the “Asia Europe Young Leaders Symposium II”, organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Austria and sponsored by the Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF).

19.- Santiago de Chile, April 22-23, 1998. Conferences. Augusto Soto, “China: el desafío de la negociación económica”. Chilean Foundation of the Pacific.

18.- San Diego, California, March 6th 1998. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “Chile faces China”, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, University of California, San Diego.

17.- San Diego, California, February-March, 1998. Augusto Soto takes part in daily brainstorming sessions on Latin America and the Pacific as part of Latin America and the Pacific Rim Project, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, University of California, San Diego.

16.- Barcelona, December 1-16, 1997. Course: Augusto Soto, “Una introducción a la cultura china”, Món-3 Foundation and International and Intercultural Studies Centre.

15.- Madrid, January 16, 1997. Augusto Soto takes part in a presentation on Asia, Diplomatic School, Avda. Juan XXIII, nº 5, Madrid.

14.- Beijing, September 1996. Augusto Soto exchanges views on Chile-China relations with Eduardo Arriagada, Chilean ambassador to China.

13.- Shanghai, September 1996. Augusto Soto interviews David Southworth, Vice President of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS).

12.- Barcelona, March, 5, 7, 12, 14, 1996. Course: Augusto Soto, “Perspectivas de negocio con China”, EADA.

11.- Madrid, November 3rd , 1995. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “Un siglo de relaciones chino-japonesas“, IV International Symposium on Japanese Economy and Culture, Complutense University of Madrid, The Institute of Japanology, Madrid.

10.- Madrid, November 30, 1995. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Visión panorámica de la diáspora china del sudeste asiático”, Diploma de Estudios Asiáticos, Instituto Complutense de Asia.

9.- Barcelona, November 24, 1995. Talk: Augusto Soto, “La China actual”, organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.

8.- Taipei, July 1992. Augusto Soto takes part in various brainstorming sessions on the past, present and future of Chinese culture, Chengchi University.

7.- Viña del Mar, July 25-30, 1992. Course: Augusto Soto, “China y su inserción en la comunidad internacional”, Corporación Cultural de Viña del Mar.

6.- Santiago de Chile, November 1990. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China en la crisis de 1989: un testimonio personal”, Fundación Libertas.

5.- Beijing, September 1990. Augusto Soto exchanges views on Chile-China ties with ambassador Eduardo Bravo, Chilean embassy.

4.- Beijing, May 22, 1989. Augusto Soto in coordination meeting and brainstorming session devoted to reporting in downtown Beijing, Spanish News Agency Efe [Particularly referred to events in April and May]. Another meeting took place in June.

3.- Chengde, August 1987. Discussion and film acting for the Tourism Information Office. Chengde promotional film.

2.- Valparaíso, August 8, 1984. Conference: Augusto Soto, “A propósito de diálogo: De Sócrates a Solzhenytsin”, Roman-Greek Week, PUCV.

1.- Valparaíso, October 1982 (date tbc). Directed by Augusto Soto, Theatrical representation and brainstorming session: “La Guerra del Peloponeso” (Based on Thucydides), PUCV.

A selection of conferences given by Augusto Soto at Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona

13.- Barcelona, October 30, 2003. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China y Rusia en Asia Central”, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona/Asia House.

http://www.casaasia.es/boletines_hist/actividades/0014.html

12.- Barcelona, October 23, 2003. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Asia Central durante la Guerra Fría”, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona/Asia House.

http://beg.gencat.net/cgi-bin/vtls/vtls.web.gateway?authority=1144-71280&conf=080171

11.- Barcelona, October 31, 2002. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Kazajstán: una nueva identidad entre Rusia y China“, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

10.- Barcelona, October 24, 2002. Conference: Augusto Soto, “La sovietización del Kazajstán“, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona

9.- Barcelona, October 17, 2002. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Asia Central durante la Guerra Fría“, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

8.- Barcelona, December 13, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Kazajstán: una nueva identidad entre Rusia y China“, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

7.- Barcelona, December 10, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Las relaciones chino-norteamericanas y su importancia mundial”. Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

6.- Barcelona, November 29, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “La sovietización del Kazajstán“, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

5.- Barcelona, November 22, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Asia Central durante la Guerra Fría”, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

4.- Barcelona, November 12, 2011. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Sociedad china actual como resultado del avance económico”, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

3.- Barcelona, December 11, 2000. Conference: Augusto Soto, “La época de Mao”, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

2.- Barcelona, July 18, 1994. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Tiananmen: un testimonio personal”. Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona.

http://hemeroteca.lavanguardia.es/preview/1994/07/18/pagina-4/34393703/pdf.html

1.- Barcelona, June 17, 1994. Communication: Augusto Soto, “Las relaciones chino-japonesas de post-guerra“, Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Japonesos, Institut d’Estudis Humanistics Miquel Coll I Alentorn.

A selection of Conferences & Courses given by Augusto Soto at CIDOB Foundation

10.- Barcelona, February 5, 2007. Conference rapporteur at the International Conference Eurasia. Dilemmas of Security and Geopolitics of Energy Resources in Central Asia, celebrated in Barcelona. Organized by CIDOB/Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Asia House.

https://www.cidob.org/es/actividades/regiones/asia/eurasia_siglo_xxi_dilemas_de_seguridad_y_geopolitica_de_los_recursos_energeticos_en_asia_central

9.- Barcelona-Madrid, July, 17-18, 2006. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China and Central Asia” at the International Conference, The Place of the Organization of Cooperation and Security in Europe, sponsored by the Menéndez Pelayo International University and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain, Santander, Spain (It takes place at the Press Club, Madrid, October 31, 2006).

8.- Barcelona, January 14-17, 2002. Course: Augusto Soto, “Xina i Àsia”, CIDOB Foundation.

7.- Barcelona, December 11-14, 2001. Course: Augusto Soto, “Panorama de Xina al segle XXI”, CIDOB Foundation.

6.- Barcelona, May 23-26, 2000. Course: Augusto Soto, “China y Kazajstán en Asia Central. Centro estratégico del siglo XXI”, CIDOB Foundation.

5.- Barcelona, November 16-19. Course: Augusto Soto, “Nous tigres, vells tigres? Reordenaments al sud-est asiàtic”, CIDOB Foundation.

4.- Barcelona, December 9-12, 1998. International Relations Specialized Course: Augusto Soto, “Xina després de Hong Kong”, CIDOB Foundation.

3.- Barcelona, Conference: Augusto Soto, “Una perspectiva histórica del proceso de mundialización chino y la diáspora china del Sudeste asiático”, Comissió de Cultura de l’Associació d’Enginyers  de Catalunya and CIDOB Foundation, November 20, 1996

2.- Barcelona, February 12-15. International Relations Specialized Courses 1995-1996. Augusto Soto, “China y el mundo: pasado y presente de la superpotencia del siglo XXI“, CIDOB Foundation.

1.- Barcelona, December 12-15. International Relations Specialized Courses 1994-1995. Augusto Soto, “Movimientos contestatarios en China continental durante el siglo XX“, CIDOB Foundation.

A selection of Conferences given by invitation at ESADE (Excluding courses regularly given by Augusto Soto at ESADE)

15.- Barcelona, March, 2009. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Russia’s return to a power status?”, 18-month MBA Emerging Markets, ESADE.

14.- Barcelona, March, 2009. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Central Asia: a new Great Game”, 18-month MBA Emerging Markets, ESADE.

13.- Barcelona, February, 2009. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China Today. Domestic Politics, Foreign Affairs and Intercultural Issues”, 18-month MBA Emerging Markets, ESADE.

12.- Barcelona, November 24, 2008. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China Today. Domestic Politics, Foreign Affairs and Intercultural Issues”, ADE Lic&Master Emerging Economies, ESADE.

11.- Barcelona, February, 2008, Conference: Augusto Soto, “An Introduction to XXI Century China”, 18-month MBA Spanish Emerging Markets, ESADE.

10.- Barcelona, February 3, 2005. Conference: Augusto Soto, “An Introduction to XXI Century China”, Full Time MBA Emerging Economies, ESADE.

9.- Barcelona, March, 2004. Conference: Augusto Soto, “An Introduction to Contemporary China”, MBA Full-Time Emerging Economies, ESADE.

8.- Barcelona, January 2004. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Intercultural sensitivity in Doing Business in China”, Lic & MBA Emerging Economies, ESADE.

7.- Barcelona, December 1st, 2004. Conference: Augusto Soto, “An Introduction to Contemporary China“, Lic. & MBA Emerging Economies, ESADE.

6.- Barcelona. Presentation: Augusto Soto, “The importance of intercultural sensitivity in doing business across frontiers: The case of China”, International Conference ENCODE 99, ESADE, Barcelona, 2000.

http://madoc.esade.es/asi/llibres/libros05.nsf/54bb358fef28d66dc12569030041fb85/e9338de62efc8eeac1257020003d53db?OpenDocument

5.- Barcelona, November 1999. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China: An Intercultural Challenge”, Lic& MBA 5, ESADE.

4.- Barcelona, November 1999. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China: An Intercultural Challenge”, Emerging Economies and MBA-Full Time, ESADE.

3.- Barcelona, November 1998. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China as an Emerging Power”, Lic. & MBA 5, Emerging Economies, ESADE.

2.- Barcelona, 1997. Conferences (different months), ESADE.

1.- Barcelona, November 1996. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China: An Intercultural Challenge”, NMH-Marketing I. ESADE.

1.- Barcelona, October 1995. ESADE.

A selection of Conferences given by Augusto Soto at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (excluding regular classes)

4.- Barcelona, March, 29, 2007. Conference: Augusto Soto, “China’s Central Eurasian Security”. Closing ceremony of the Eurasian International Business Master Degree (1st edition)

http://www.pmasters.es/mediateca/003_la_seguridad_de_china_en_euro_asia_central/index.php

3.- Barcelona, March 20, 2003. Round Table: “Pekín y el conflicto de Corea”, Autonomous University of Barcelona/CIDOB Foundation/Asia House.

2.- Barcelona, April 17, 2002. Conference: Augusto Soto, “La “Gran China” en Asia Central. Mito y realidad”, International and Intercultural Studies Centre, Autonomous University of Barcelona.

1.- Barcelona, March 22, 2001. Conference: Augusto Soto, “Relaciones internacionales de China“, International and Intercultural Studies Centre, Autonomous University of Barcelona.

http://webs2002.uab.es/ceii/asiaoriental.htm

A selection of Conferences and Round Tables at Menéndez Pelayo International University

4.- Santander, July 12, 2010. Conference: Augusto Soto, “España ante la relación China-Iberoamérica”, Menéndez Pelayo International University.

http://www.uimp.es/uxxiconsultas/ficheros/1/692760np.pdf

3.- Barcelona, July 4th, 2004. Round Table: “Cooperación, desarrollo y transición en Asia“, Menéndez Pelayo International University.

2.- Barcelona, September 6, 2002. Round Table speaker: “Reflexión sobre las transformaciones socioeconómicas y culturales de China“, Menéndez Pelayo International University.

1.- Barcelona, July 11, 2002. Round Table speaker: Augusto Soto, “Asia Central”, Menéndez Pelayo International University.

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