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Shen Dingli
Dr. Shen Dingli is a professor of international relations at Fudan University, Shanghai.  He is the Executive Dean of Fudan University's Institute of International Studies, and Director of Center for American Studies.  He is Vice President of Chinese Association of South Asian Studies, and Vice President of Shanghai Association of International Studies.  He received his Ph.D. in physics from Fudan in 1989 and did arms-control post-doc at Princeton University from 1989-1991.
March 24
The limits of intervention
Shen Dingli: Using the UN flag to support one side in a civil war goes beyond the bounds of legitimate intervention.
March 12
Read the defense budget right
China's defense budget will continue to rise in coming years. Security consideration and servicemen's welfare are the main reason.
January 5
Some reflections on China's diplomacy in 2010
China managed to maintain a balance between toughness and flexibility, but also suffered some diplomatic setbacks in 2010.
November 29
Easing tension on the Korean Peninsular
Shen Dingli: South Korea fired the first shots into disputed waters, but the North's response was excessive, disproportionate and outrageous.
September 7
Moving beyond Shenzhen
Shenzhen was the pioneer of China's success, yet it has not, so far, provided a solution to the problem of sustainable and balanced development.
August 28
Promoting a mature Sino-Japanese relationship
Shen Dingli: Japanese Foreign Minister Okada's visit to Beijing is important to build a collaborative and mutually accommodating partnership.
August 5
Achieving education equality
Shen Dingli: China's inequality of education remains a major challenge despite its overall improvement of education service.
July 28
Lessons from Cheonan
The current complexity on Korean Peninsula should teach every one a lesson.
May 29
China-US dialogue achieved new results
The Sino-US relationship might experience setbacks but the dialogue mechanism will provide a platform for the two countries to communicate and negotiate and to stabilize and develop their relationship.
May 7
EXPO: raising China's soft power
Despite China's rigid political system, the world has recently been impressed by its competence. The Beijing Olympics and the Shanghai EXPO demonstrated China's organizational capacity, something other countries envy, although Western countries would, of course, not want to emulate China's methods.
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