The Seventh World Peace Forum is scheduled to open at Tsinghua University from July 14 to 15, with a theme of “Constructing a Security Community: Equality, Equity and Justice”. The event will be attended by former politicians and opinion leaders of think tanks from across the globe. Current solutions to the security challenges faced by the international community will be discussed during the forum.
Besides topics such as anti-terrorism and anti-nuclear proliferation, security issues– including trade conflicts and economic security, AI technology and its impact on international relations--are also to be high on the agenda this year.
The forum will have two plenaries with discussion sessions, two lunch meetings and 26 panels, covering international and regional issues as well as other relevant topics.
As of July 3, 65 foreign embassies in China have accepted invitations to the forum, and 44 ambassadors will attend the opening ceremony. Over 70 think tank scholars from 23 countries will speak at the forum, and 270 researchers and practitioners in the field of international relations will be present at the event.