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Wang Junsheng

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  Name:Wang Junsheng

  Sex:Male

  Telephone: 010-64039035

  Fax:010-64063041

  E-mail:jswang@cass.org.cn

  Degree: Ph. D

  Title: Research Fellow

  Position: Program Convener, Youth Scholar Salon, CHINA REFORM FORUM

  Foreign Language: English

  Research Area: Security in Northeast Asia ( Korea Peninsular in particular), Chinese Foreign Policy

  Work Experience: 2009.7-, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

  Education:

  2005-2009, Doctoral Program

  School of International Studies, Renmin (People’s) University of China

  Ph. D, International Politics, July 2009

  Doctoral Program Thesis: The North Korea Nuclear Crisis and the Role of China

  2007-2008, Visiting Scholar

  School of International Services, American University

  2003-2005, Graduate Program

  School of International Studies, Renmin (People’s) University of China

  MA, International Politics, July 2007

  Graduate Program Thesis: The Military Diplomacy between China and US

  Books:

  The North Korea Nuclear Crisis and the Role of China, China Taipei: Gsharp Corporation All Rights Reserved, (2010).

  Main Theses:

  The Transition of Strategic Environment and the Definition of National Interest: the New Thinking for China’s International Role, (2011);

  World Power and Strategic Environment: the New Agenda for China’s International Role, (2010);

  The Solution of Co-managing North Korea Nuclear Crisis in Present Time, (2009);

  The Common Standpoints of and Inter-coordination between China and South Korea in the Second North Korea Nuclear Crisis (2008);

  The Role of China in the Second North Korea Nuclear Crisis: Conclusion and Reflection (2007);

  Analysis on the Absence of Waltz's Structural Realism in Domestic Political Study(2007);

  A Research on the Scientific Humanism and China’s International Relations: A Research Program (2007);

  Theoretical Construction and Theoretical Verification of the Theory of International Relations from Positivism Perspective (2006);

  And about other 40 articles and book chapters, as well as several translated books and chapters.

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