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Wu Baiyi

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Curriculum Vitae

Professor of International Relations, Institute of Latin American Studies, CASS

 

1.  Family Name:  Wu

2.  First Name:    Baiyi

3.  Date of Birth:  January 1959

4.  Nationality:    Chinese

5.  Education / Professional Studies:

     Institution: Graduate School, CASS

     Date From/To: 2004-2010

     Degree/Diploma: Doctor of Law

     Institution: Iowa State University

     Date From/To: 1991-1993

     Degree/Diploma: M.A. in Political Science

     Institution: Beijing Foreign Studies University, China

     Date From/To: 1978-1982

     Degree/Diploma: B.A. in English Language and Literature

6.Membership of Professional Bodies:

2014.7
Director-General, Institute of Latin American Studies, CASS
2008.10
Deputy Director, Institute of Latin American Studies, CASS
2004.2-2008.10
Deputy Director, Institute of European Studies, CASS
Secretary-General, China Association for European Studies
Member of Academic Assessment Committee, IES
2006-present
Member of Advisory Group, Commission of Crisis Management, PRC State Council
2001-present
Member of Advisory Board, Institute of World Development, Research Center of Developments, PRC State Council
1999-present
 
Member of Academic Assessment Committee, China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies
1998-present
Member of Board, China Reform Forum

7. Present Position within the organization:

      Research Fellow/Professor, Deputy Director of the Institute of Latin American Studies, CASS

8. Professional Experience Record:

      Date: March, 2007

      Location: Peace Research Institute of Frankfurt

      Organization: Hessische Stiftung Friedens und Konflikforschung

      Position: Visiting Fellow

      Responsibilities: researching and lecturing

      Date: 1998

      Location: Kiel University

      Organization: International Security Training Program

      Position: Trainee

 

          Participated in academic events organized by (US) the Brookings Institute, Center for Strategic & International Studies, National Committee of US-China Relations, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, US Atlantic Council, RAND Corporation, Asian Foundation, US Institute of Peace, the CAN Corporation, Stanley Foundation, Fairbanks Center of Harvard University, Preventive Defense Program of Stanford University, UC San Diego, University of Hawaii and USPC; (UK) Foreign Office, Treasury, London City Commission, Institute of International and Strategic Studies, European Policy Centre, Centre for Asian Studies of Oxford University, Centre of International Studies of Cambridge University, War College of London University; (France) Ministry of Defense, Foreign Affairs and Finance, IFIA, First University Paris; (Germany) Parliament, Foreign Office, Ministry of Defense, University of Bonn, Kiel University, Council on Foreign Relations, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung, Center of Applied Policy, Peace Research Institute of Frankfurt; (Portugal) Orient Foundation; (Sweden) SIPRI, Institute of Security & Development Policy, Uppsala University; (Norway) Institute for Defense Studies; (Japan) Institute of International Affairs, Japan Center for International Exchange, (ROK) NDU, University of Seoul, New Millennium Forum; (Australia) University of New South Wales.

 

9. Language Proficiency:

      Spoken and Written English

10. Research Field:

      International Relation Theory, Power Relations, International Security,Crisis Management, Chinese Foreign Policy

11. Recent Publications:

      · Opportunities with Transformation: A Multi-perspective Analysis of Future China-Latin American Relations (2013)

      · Annual Yellow Book Reviewing Developments in the LAC Regions, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2011, 2012, 2013,2014

      · Rethinking the Political Relationships between China and the Developing World’ (2010), Chinese Journal of Latin American Studies, No. 4, 2010

      ·A Review of Chinese Images of the United States and Europe’ (2009),‘Diplomacy for Integration: The Economic Aspect of Chinese Foreign Policy’ (2008),

      · ‘The French Management and Lessons of Riots in Paris, 2005’, Chinese Journal of China Emergency Management, No. 6, 2008.

      · ‘Diplomacy for Integration: The Economic Aspect of Chinese Foreign Policy’, in David Kerr & Liu Fei eds., The International Politics of EU-China Relations, Oxford University Press, 2007. Its Chinese version was also published in the Chinese Journal of Foreign Affairs Review, No. 3, 2008 and reviewed by Chinese Journal of China’s Foreign Affairs, Information Center for Social Sciences, RUC, No. 9, 2008.

      · ‘Political Culture and the Transformation of China’s International Strategy’, Chinese Journal of International Politics Quarterly, No. 4, 2007

      · ‘Geopolitics-Iran’, in Stanley Crossick and Etienne Reuter eds, China-EU: A Common Future. World Scientific, 2007.

      · ‘International Crisis Management: of the EU: Transformations and Theoretical Perspectives’, Chinese Journal of World Economics and Politics, No. 9, 2007. Reviewed by Chinese Journal of International Politics, Information Center for Social Sciences, RUC, No. 11, 2007.

      · ‘China and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era’, in Niu Jun ed., China and the World in the Post-Cold War Era, Peking University Press, 2007.

      · ‘The EU Management of International Crisis: a Case Study of the Iran Nuclear Program Issue’, in Zhou Hong ed., TheAnnual Development Report on Europe (2006-2007),Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2007.

      · ‘The Essence and Ethics of International Norms’, Chinese Journal of European Study, No.6, 2006.

      · ‘China in the Korean Peninsula: Interests and Role’, Korean Journal of National Defence, No. 4, 2006.

      · ‘Changed Perceptions vis-à-vis Pragmatic Incentives: An Analysis of Root Causes of the Sino-EU Relations’, ChineseJournal of European Study, No. 1, 2006.

      · ‘The World System Change and the Sino-EU Relations’, Chinese Journal of European Study, No. 4, 2005.Reviewed by Chinese Journal of China’s Foreign Affairs, Information Center for Social Sciences, RUC, No. 1, 2006.

      · ‘The International Implications of the Fourth-Round Enlargement of the European Union’, in Zhou Hong ed., The Annual Development Report on Europe (2004-2005), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2005.

      · ‘Chinese Crisis Management of the Embassy Bombing in 1998’, Chinese Journal of World Economics and Politics, No. 3, 2005 (this paper is also edited into Zhang Tuosheng and Michael Swaine eds., Sino-American Security Crisis Management Classic Cases. Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2006; Michael Swaine and Zhang Tuosheng, Managing Sino-American Crisis: Case Studies and Analysis. Washington D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2006; and Wang Jisi ed., World Politics—View from China, Vol. 5. Hong Kong: New World Press, 2006.

      · ‘Divergence Remains in US-European Relations’, Chinese Journal of Beijing Review (English version), No. 28, 2004.

      · ‘American Unilateral Approach and Its Impact on the World Politics’, the French Journal of Europe-China Economic & Trade Review, May Issue of 2003.

      · ‘The Chinese Security Concept and its Historical Evolution’, American Journal of Contemporary China, February Issue of 2001.

      · ‘Four Basic and Controversial Issues in the U.S.-Asian Relationship’, American Journal of Asian Affairs, Fall Issue of 2001

 

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