China-U.S. Relations Need a New Departure——To Mark the 40th Anniversary of China-U.S. Diplomatic Relations
Lecture Series on China Studies
Topic: China-U.S. Relations Need a New Departure——To Mark the 40th Anniversary of China-U.S. Diplomatic Relations
Date: March 14, 2019 - Thursday
Time: 13:30-15:00 P.M.
Venue: Room 206, Building 1, Hongkou Campus
Speaker: Professor Ni Shixiong
Ni Shixiong, professor of International Relations, is the former Dean of the School of International Relations and Public Affairs and the former Director of the Center for American Studies at Fudan University, Shanghai, China. He is also the Director of Shanghai Shixiong International Relations Research Center and Vice President of Chinese Association of American Studies.
Professor Ni did postdoctoral research at Harvard University (1980-1981) and has made about 40 visits to the U.S.A., attending conferences and lecturing at different universities there. During his visits, he met with many important figures such as Admiral Thomas Fargo (Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet), General Brent Scowcroft, Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Breezinski. In the past 20 years, he has also made frequent academic trips to some other counties (the U.K., Canada, Russia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Pakistan, Vietnam, Luxembourg, Norway and Sweden) and regions (Hong Kong and Taiwan).
Professor Ni’s publications include Selected Readings on American School of Thought in International Relations; Conflict and Cooperation: An Introduction to Western Strategies; Reflection of the Century’s Winds: Contemporary International Relations; International Human Rights; War and Morality: The Rise of Nuclear Ethics; From Normalization to Renormalization: 20 Years of Sino-U.S. Relations; American Studies Series and Contemporary Western Theories in International Relations. In addition, he has published over 150 papers and articles on International Relations.