Wang Yizhou is a Senior Advisor at the Pangoal Institution and Professor of international politics and China Foreign Affairs. He is also Associate Dean in the School of International Studies (SIS), Peking University since late 2009. He was Chief editor of Magazine World Economics and Politics (monthly), from 1998 to 2008; Deputy director in Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) at Beijing, during 1998-2009.

Main interests recently in research:

  • China’s diplomacy and its process into a global partnership
  • IR theories and its studies in the West and China
  • Trends of international institutions and laws

Some of Wang’s books published:

  • International Politics, 1995, Beijing
  • IR studies in the West: History and Theories, 1998, Shanghai
  • Construction within Contradiction: Multiple perspectives on the relationship between China and International Organizations, 2003, Beijing
  • Global Politics and China’s Diplomacy, 2003, Beijing
  • IR Studies in China (1995-2005), 2006, Beijing
  • New Thinking of China’s Diplomacy, 2007, Tokyo
  • Highland of China Foreign Policy, 2008, Beijing
  • Creative Involvement: New direction of China Diplomacy,2011, Beijing
  • Creative Involvement: Evolution of China’s Global Role, 2013, Beijing

Education and research experiences:

  • Hubei University, in city of Wuhan, China, 1978-1982;
  • Graduate School of CASS, Beijing, received MA. and Ph. D degrees, 1982-1988.
  • Visiting Scholar, Hungary Academy of Sciences in 1988.
  • Associate Professor and researcher of CASS, 1988-1993.
  • Director in Division of international politics
  • Full Professor of International Politics at IWEP, CASS Since 1994.
  • Visiting Scholar, at CFIA of Harvard University during 1996-1997.
  • Deputy director of IWEP, CASS since 1998
  • Associate Dean, SIS, Beijing University since Oct. 2009

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