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Jiang Shixue
Jiang Shixue is a Senior Research Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He is also Distinguished Professor of the Shanghai University, Sichuan International Studies University and City University of Macau; and Guest Professor of the Macau University of Sciences and Technology, and Anhui University. He is Vice President of the China Society of the Emerging Economies, and Advisor to both the Chinese Association of Latin American Studies and the Chinese Association of Latin American History Studies. His research fields cover Chinese foreign policies, global governance, Latin America, Europe, BRICS, emerging economies, etc. He can be reached at: t: jiangsx@cass.org.cn or or or jiangshixue@126.com.
August 13, 2018
Chinese Li-nian no less important than a theory
No Chinese theoretical school in regard to international relations has emerged so far, yet the proposed community of a shared future for all humanity provides a solid foundation for one.
July 17, 2018
The future of US-EU relations
With increasing friction between the U.S. and EU, the rocky relations bring into question whether the TTIP will ever come into fruition. However, due to shared ideologies, the transatlantic ties are sure to flourish in the future. 
March 15, 2018
To publicize the notion of a community with a shared future for humanity
The community with a shared future for humanity is a concept China put forward for the benefit of world peace and development. 
January 16, 2018
A new era for China-Latin American cooperation
With differences in language, culture and political-economic systems as well as a long geographical distance, mutual understanding is always insufficient and people-to-people exchanges are greatly needed. 
March 27, 2017
Globalization is irresistible
A Trump presidential victory and Brexit should not be taken as signs the trend of globalization is receding.
March 20, 2017
What will Brexit mean for China?
Some positives may come out of Britain's decision to negotiate departure from the European Union. But the EU itself may be weakened in the process.
June 11, 2016
Don't blame China for the Venezuela story
China's relationship with Venezuela should not be blamed for the country's current crisis.
January 17, 2016
Political changes in Lat-Am not to affect bilateral ties with China
Sino-Latin American relations are based on bilateral trade, hence, the political changes in Latin America will not have much impact on the bilateral ties.
December 11, 2015
A 16+1 Think Tank Network for better China-CEECs relations
China, working together with 16 Central and Eastern European countries, will establish a Think Tank Network.
October 22, 2015
China-UK relations towards a better future
The U.K. is China's second largest trade partner in the EU and the largest destination of Chinese investment. How can these two nations continue toward a shared future?
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