On the morning of July 5th, a delegation led by Thomas Guerber, director of Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces(DCAF) in Switzerland, visited Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China(RDCY). Both sides conducted in-depth exchanges on issues such as China's foreign policy, the “Belt and Road” Initiative and border security governance.
Wang Wen, executive dean of RDCY, firstly extended a warm welcome to the delegation, then briefly introduced the main work and key areas of RDCY in recent years, and answered questions from DCAF experts on topics such as China's security governance experience and China's contribution to global governance innovation.
Director Guerber was a former Swiss representative to the United Nations and has extensive practical experience in public safety policy and international development. He thanked the RDCY for their hospitality and introduced the development process and research fields of DCAF. Both parties intend to carry out more cooperation in the future.
In the end, Dean Wang Wen presented the books and reports published by RDYC to director Guerber. The meeting ended in a friendly and harmonious atmosphere. Victoria Walker, deputy director of DCAF and director of international security policy advisory panel, Yannick Reichenau, deputy director of political office of Embassy of Switzerland in China, Yang Xinhui, assistant of political office of Embassy of Switzerland in China, Yang Qingqing, committee member of RDCY and director of Research Cooperation Department, Chen Xiaochen, director of International Studies Department and a researcher of RDCY, Wang Peng, associate researcher of RDCY and Yao Le, assistant researcher of RDCY, participated in the meeting.