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Declaration of China Experts from all over the World

For some time an international anti-China campaign has escalated, where Think Tanks, Mainstream Media, and strategic reports of all sorts paint a picture of China and its alleged intentions which is simply not true and is extremely dangerous. An enemy image is being projected that in the worst case leads to war.

We, the signers, all having had direct experience with China, be it that we have lived or worked there, or from repeated travel over longer periods of time, could thus follow how Chinese society has transformed itself in an unprecedented way since the trauma of the Cultural Revolution. Thanks to a policy focused on the welfare of the population by the state leadership of the Peoples Republic, and the extraordinary hard work of the Chinese people, 850 million people could be freed from poverty, with the result that the population is fundamentally more optimistic about the future than the West, where poverty is increasing as a consequence of neo-liberal policies. Trust in the government is substantially greater than by us, a trend illustrated and strengthened by the effective way China brought under control the Covid-19 pandemic.

China is a 5,000 year old culture nation, leading until the 17. Century in technology, and it is thus not surprising that China today, with a population of 1.4 billion, strives for an equal place on the world stage. China’s socialism with its own characteristics for China is strongly shaped by the two and half thousand year old Confucian tradition, the orientation of its modern founder Sun Yat-sen on Abraham Lincoln, and even though the Chinese hold high the tradition of Karl Marx, their current economic system is more influenced by the American System of Alexander Hamilton and Friedrich List, the most famous non-Chinese economist in China. China learns from the best.

China has a rich culture of philosophy, poetry, painting, architecture, and wonderful folk music. President Xi Jinping emphasizes the importance of aesthetical education above all for youth as a precondition for the development of a beautiful soul, an idea promoted by the first education minister of the first Republic of China Cai Yuanpei, which furthermore originate from Friedrich Schiller and Wilhelm von Humboldt.

The success from China’s emphasis on science and technological progress and innovation, demonstrate the China is doing well with what we in the West have seemingly forgotten, and we would do better to respond to the offer of cooperation, than seeking confrontation.

We should better take up the view of the great philosopher and founder of modern mathematics, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, and in a Dialogue of Cultures find a way to solve the crises challenging all of Humanity.

Signers:

Helga Zepp-LaRouche, founder and president, Schiller-Institut, Germany

Jacques Cheminade, President, Solidarité et Progrès, France

Uwe Behrens, logistics manager and author, Berlin, Germany

Prof. Dr. Ole Doering, Berlin, Germany, and Changsha, China

Marcelo Muñoz, founder and former President of Cátedra China (Spain), experienced in China since 1978.

Simón Levy, Founder of Cátedra México-China at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. (UNAM)

Sebastiano Brusco, pianist, Italy

Jacqueline Myrrhe, freelance journalist for space travel, Neubrandenburg, Germany

Diana Mileva, opera singer, Deutschland

Professor Elena Bazhenova, and Prof. Andreii Ostrovskii, Far East Institute Russian Academy of Sciences.

Prof. Mohamed Ali Ibrahim, Ph.D, Professor of Economics, Founder and Former Dean, College of International Transport and Logistics AASTMT, Egypt Former Director of AASTMT Port Said branch, Former Advisor to H .E Egyptian Transport Minister

Prof. Engr. Zamir Ahmed Awan, Sinologist (former diplomat), Editor, Analyst, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG (Center for China and Globalization), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan

Yiorgos Veis, Ambassador ad honorem, Deputy First Secretary at the Greek Embassy in Beijing 1991-1994, Consul General in Hong Kong 2000-2004, Poet

Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos, Ambassador ad honorem, Deputy Ambassador at the Greek Embassy in Beijing (1991-1993)

Juergen Heiducoff, Afghan war veteran and author

Prof.Dr.-Eng. Reinhold Meisinger,

Leena Maliki, Opera singer, Sweden

Associate Professor Verner D. Worm, Department of International Economics, Government and Business, Copernhagen Business School, Denmark

Enzo Siviero, Bridge Builder, Rector of eCampus University, Online Italy, Italy

Eng. Spartak Nano, Vice/President of Albaninan Confindustria

Professor Blagoje Babic, Serbia

Carlo Levi Minzi, pianist, Italy

Mr. Thore Vestby, Former Member of Norwegian Parliament, Co-founder of Ichi Foundation.

Jasminka Simić, PhD, editor-journalist of Radio-television of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia

Bernd Matthes, Consultant, Dresden, Jinan Germany, Germany

Haider Alrubaye, President of the Iraqi-Chinese Friendship Association, Honorary member of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Iraq.

Professor Wilfried Schreiber, Military economist, philosopher, peace researcher

Dr. Alawi Swabury, ESSB KG / Europe-Asia-Africa Consulting Institute Berlin .

Ruben Dario Guzzetti, International affairs analyst, Argentine Institute of Geopolitical Studies (IADEG)

Andrea Szegö, Professor of Sociology (PhD), Budapest, Hungary

Živadin Jovanović, president of the Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, Serbia

Bassam El Hachem, Professor of Political Sociology at the Arts and Human and Social Sciences Doctoral School of the Lebanese University, Lebanon

DeWayne Hopkins, Alderman at Large for the City of Muscatine, Iowa; former Mayor of Muscatine, USA

Michele De Gasperis, Founder and President, Italian One Belt One Road Institute, Italy

Prof. Dr. Wolf Dietrich Karl Rückert, industrial consultant, descendant of the poet Friedrich Rückert, Austria

George Floras, Managing Partner, Belt and Road Associates, Greece.

Elisabeth Kiderlen, CEO, Hainan Treasure Business COnsulting Services, (U.S. citizen, since 17 years in China)

Mario Cavolo, Senior Fellow, Center for China & Globalization

Eduardo Klinger Pevida, Director, Center for the Study and Analysis of China and Asia, Dominican Republic

Mr. Shakeel Ahmad Ramay, Director of China Center, Pakistan’s Sustainable Development Policy Institute.

Mr. Seymur Mammadov, Director of the International Expert Club EuarasiaAZ, Azerbaijan.

Dr. Wei – Jiang Xu, teacher and researcher at INSA Hauts-de-France, France

Bruno Guigue, researcher in political philosophy, France

Former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel (D-Alaska, 1969-1981); twice a candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S. President, nationally known for his forceful but unsuccessful attempts to end the draft during the War in Vietnam and for putting the then-classified Pentagon Papers into the public record in 1971, at some risk to himself.

Luis González, Sinologist, Former Foreign Ministry Director of Asian and Oceania Affairs, Dominican Republic

Mme Anne Lettrée, Psychologist-sociologist in geopolitics, Modern and contemporary art historian, specialist in contemporary chinese art, CEO of Silk Road Business School, France

Ignacio Ramos Ph.D. 达奇 博士 , Professor and Delegate for Chinese Affairs 教授,中国事务主管
Dept. of International Relations 国际关系处
Comillas Pontifical University 卡米亚斯大学
Madrid, Spain

Dr Kevin Yiding Wang, Ph D. INSA Lyon, founder and CEO of CEIFC Consulting (Sino-European association for economics and cultural exchange and cooperation), France

Néstor Restivo, journalist and historian, Argentina

Jason Li, PhD, CEO, America Organics LLC, United States

Colin Mackerras, AO, FAHA, Professor Emeritus, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

Peter Achten, Journalist

Stephen Brawer, Vice Chairman of the Belt and Road Institute in Sweden, Chairman of S. Bennett Brawer Philosophical, Education and Consultation, Sweden

Frans Vandenbosch, Co-founder and senior consultant at the International Institute on Governance and Strategy (IIGS) Think Tank in Beijing; and author of “Statecraft and Society in China” about grassroots politics and neighbourhood activities in China, Flanders

Han Dongping, Professor of political science; North Carolina, United States

Godfree Roberts, Author of the book, ‘Why China Leads the World’, and the publisher of the newsletter, ‘Here Comes China’.

Yasiru, Ranaraja, Founder and the Director of Belt & Road Initiative Sri Lanka (BRISL) www.brisl.org and journalist, Sri Lanka,

Dev & Ingrid Nazareth, Retired Canadians, Canada

Alejandro Yaya, Vice President of the Civil Institute of Space Technology of Argentina, Argentina

Lutz Pietrusky, graduate engineer, Germany

Yaping Wang, retired nurse, Germany

Marina Körber, Germany

Zhao Yinong, CEO gbtimes.com (founded to promote dialogue between Europe and China), Finland

Prof. Fabio Massimo Parenti, sinologist (Italy), associate professor at the China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing

Flavio Grotti, Tianjin, China

Maria Morigi, archeologist, scholar of oriental religions, author, (Trieste, Italy)

Dr. Jean-Pierre Voiret, former lecturer in China history at the East Asian Seminar of the University of Zurich, Switzerland

Qirui Li, Doctor in philosophy, and researcher at the Cluster of Excellence – “Africa Multiple”, University of Bayreuth, Germany

Wei Ling Chua, Author Australia

Dr. Simon Nigg, Financial Engineer, Switzerland

Habib Ghanim, Businessman, United States

Li Huan, general representativ of the Commerce department of the Chinese province Shaanxi in France

Hervé Machenaud, former director for the Asia-Pacific of Electricité de France, Beijing, China

Sultan M. Hali Group Captain (Retd.), Author of Six Books on China and frequent visitor to China for study, research and participation in international seminars, Pakistan

David Le Blanc, Master of Engineering, MBS, MBA, General Manager for Australian invested manufacturing company in China, China

Ulf Sandmark Chairman Schiller Institute in Sweden
Chairman of Belt and Road Institute in Sweden – BRIX, Sweden


If you wish to add your name to the list of signers, please send an e-mail to contact@schillerinstitute.org including your full name and either your position or a brief description of your personal experience with China.

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