复旦大学中国与周边国家关系研究中心(简称复旦中国周边中心Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries of Fudan University, CCRNC-Fudan)成立于20131111日,隶属于复旦大学国际问题研究院。该中心现有研究人员13人,其中教授(研究员)8人,副教授(副研究员)3人,助理研究员2人。石源华教授担任中心主任,祁怀高副教授担任中心副主任。 

中心的定位是:以复旦大学优势学科政治学和国际关系为依托,着力于中国与周边国家关系之间的政治、安全、经济、外交、民族、宗教与文化关系研究,担当中国与周边国家关系研究领域有重要影响力的问题研究者、政策建言者、思想提供者和舆论塑造者。中心将凝聚一批从事中国与周边国家关系研究的研究队伍,并在国内外学术界形成复旦特色的中国周边外交研究学派。

复旦大学中国与周边国家关系研究中心是中国-东盟学术共同体the Network of ASEAN-China Academic InstitutesNACAI)的常设秘书处,中国-东盟学术共同体成立于2017528日。中国-东盟学术共同体的网址:http://www.iis.fudan.edu.cn/6889/list.htm

同时也是国家领土主权与海洋权益协同创新中心(教育部2011协同创新中心)复旦大学

分中心。

中心的主要研究工作包括:

  1)主编复旦大学中国周边外交研究丛书Fudan University Series on China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Studies)。复旦大学中国周边外交研究丛书(以下简称丛书)已出版:《中国崛起背景下的周边安全与周边外交》(中华书局2014年7月出版)、《冷战后中国周边地区政策的动力机制研究》(中华书局2016年6月出版)、《中国周边外交十四讲》(社会科学文献出版社2016年12月出版)、《转型期日本的对华认知与对华政策》(中华书局2017年1月出版)、《人文化成:中国与周边国家人文交流》(世界知识出版社2018年9月出版)、《中国与周边各国的人文交流与互鉴》(世界知识出版社2018年12月出版)。丛书计划每年出版1-2种学术著作。

  2)主办《中国周边外交学刊》(Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy)《中国周边外交学刊》是由中心主办的中国周边外交研究专业性学术书刊。2015年第一辑(总第一辑)至2017年第二辑(总第六辑)由社会科学文献出版社出版,2018年第一辑(总第七辑)开始由世界知识出版社出版。欢迎国内外从事中国与周边国家关系研究、中国领土主权与海洋权益重大问题研究的学者和朋友们赐稿。

  3)提交政策咨询报告。在中国面临的周边安全挑战以及中国与周边国家关系等问题上为政府部门提供政策咨询报告,相关报告已得到党和国家领导人以及相关部门重视

  4)主办复旦大学中国周边外交研究论坛Fudan University Forum for China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Studies)。邀请国内外从事中国与周边国家关系研究的知名学者与官员主讲。

  5)编制中国周边国家概况及其对华关系数据库。(Database for Neighboring Countries Overview and Relations with China),数据库由复旦大学中国与周边国家关系研究中心、国家领土主权与海洋权益协同创新中心共同建设。数据库包括大周边国家及其与中国关系的基本情况。《中国周边国家概览》是中国周边国家概况及其对华关系数据库的成果之一。

  6)举办国际国内学术会议,包括:中国与周边区域/国别关系国际研讨会、中国周边外交年度研讨会、宗教与周边外交研讨会、跨界民族与中国周边外交研讨会。

  2013年以来,中心成员主持的国家社会科学基金项目包括:“日韩朱子学的传承与创新研究”的子课题“韩国朱子学的传承与创新:思想、文献与历史”(国家社会科学基金重点项目)、“‘一带一路’沿线支点国家与我国发展战略的衔接研究”(国家社会科学基金一般项目),“新形势下朝鲜半岛状况与我国对策研究”(国家社会科学基金一般项目),“中国快速崛起背景下周边安全挑战及周边外交战略研究”(国家社会科学基金青年项目),“十八大以来党中央实施周边外交的新理念新思路新战略研究”(国家社会科学基金专项工程项目)、“构建中华各民族共有精神家园的少数民族视域研究”(国家社会科学重大攻关项目/重点项目)等。

中心研究人员开设与中国与周边国家关系研究相关的课程。包括:中国周边外交历史与现状研究(博士生课程);中国与朝鲜半岛关系历史与现状研究(博士生课程);“20世纪中国外交史研究(博士生课程);海洋与当代国际关系(硕士生课程);中国周边安全与周边外交分析(硕士生课程);大国政治与中韩关系(硕士生课程);中国的边界与海洋事务(本科生课程);美国政治与对外关系(本科生课程);韩国政治与对外关系(本科生课程);“21世纪的中国周边外交(本科生课程);美国宗教与社会(本科生课程);东亚文化概论(本科生课程)、韩国学概论(本科生课程)。

中心研究人员招收政治学博士后研究人员,招收国际关系、国际政治、外交学专业的博士生和硕士生。中心欢迎国内外从事中国与周边国家关系研究的学者和官员前来访学交流。

中心研究人员名单:

石源华,教授,研究领域:近现代中国外交史、韩国独立运动及中韩关系史、中国周边外交、朝鲜半岛问题及东北亚国际关系

纳日碧力戈,教授,研究领域:中国周边跨境民族、族群理论、语言人类学、族群与种族、少数民族教育及东亚研究  

陈玉刚,教授,研究领域:极地治理、国际关系理论、欧盟政治与对外关系、全球治理、区域合作、中国对外关系与对外战略

信强,教授,研究领域:美国政治、台湾问题、中美关系

包霞琴,教授,研究领域:战后日本政治与外交、当代中国对外关系

方秀玉,教授,研究领域:当代韩国政治外交与中韩(中朝)关系、朝鲜半岛安全与东北亚国际关系、东北亚核安全

邢丽菊,教授,研究领域:韩国哲学与思想史、东亚文化、中国文化与外交思想、中外人文交流等

徐海燕,教授,研究领域:能源战略、国际油价、俄罗斯经济

祁怀高,副研究员,研究领域:中国周边外交、中国海洋事务、亚太国际关系、国际组织与全球治理

郑继永,副教授,研究领域:朝鲜半岛的政治与外交、东亚国际关系、韩国政党政治、朝鲜权力结构

涂怡超,副研究员,研究领域:中国周边国家的民族与宗教,美国宗教与政治、宗教与国际关系、基督教史

薛松,助理研究员,研究领域:印度尼西亚政治和外交、族群问题、中国与东盟关系

朱芹,助理研究员,研究领域:朝鲜半岛与中美关系,李承晚的外交思想,中国与周边国家海洋权益

中心联系方式:

通讯地址:上海市邯郸路220号复旦大学国际问题研究院中国与周边国家关系研究中心

办公地址:上海市邯郸路220号复旦大学文科楼307

邮编:200433

电话:86 21-6564 2939

传真:86 21-6564 2939

电邮:ccrnc@fudan.edu.cn

中国与周边国家关系研究中心宣传手册PDF版下载链接:

复旦大学中国与周边国家关系研究中心宣传手册.pdf  

中国周边外交研究通讯PDF版的下载链接:

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第1期 2015年6月1日出版.pdf

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第2期 2015年11月1日出版.pdf

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第3期 2016年1月15日出版.pdf

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第4期 2016年6月30日出版.pdf

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第5期 2016年12月31日出版.pdf

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第6期 2017年6月30日出版.pdf

中国周边外交研究通讯 总第7期 2017年12月31日出版.pdf

 


Brief  Introduction of the CCRNC-Fudan

  Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries (CCRNC-Fudan) was established on 11 November, 2013, affiliated to Fudan University’s Institute of International Studies (IIS). Currently, the CCRNC-Fudan consists of 8 professors, 3 associate professors and 2 assistant professors. SHI Yuanhua, Professor of the IIS at Fudan University, takes the Director of the CCRNC-Fudan; QI Huaigao, Associate Professor of the IIS at Fudan University, takes the Deputy Director of the CCRNC-Fudan.

  By virtue of preponderant disciplines of Fudan University, such as political science and international relations, the CCRNC-Fudan targets at in-depth studies on politics, security, economy, diplomacy, nation, religion, and culture relationships between China and its neighboring countries. The CCRNC-Fudan has been actively serving as influential researcher, policy counselor, thought leadership, and opinion maker in the field of China’s relations with neighboring countries. Also, the CCRNC-Fudan will bring a batch of professionals together to build up the team for researchers on China’s relations with neighboring countries, and eventually formulate a research school on China’s neighboring diplomacy, which features Fudan’s characteristics, in China’s academia and diplomatic circles.

  The CCRNC-Fudan is the permanent secretariat of the Network of ASEAN-China Academic Institutes (NACAI). The NACAI was established on 28 May, 2017 at Fudan University. (The website of the NACAI is http://www.iis.fudan.edu.cn/6889/list.htm)

  By now, the CCRNC-Fudan concentrates on main research work as follows:

  1)Fudan University Series on China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Studies” (the Series): The Series has published: “China’s Peripheral Security and Its Neighboring Diplomacy against the Backdrop of Its Rising” (July 2014), “The Dynamics and Mechanism of China’s Regional Policy after the Cold War” (June 2016), “Lectures on China’s Diplomacy with Neighboring Countries” (December 2016), “Japan’s Perception and Policy towards China in the Transition Period” (January 2017), “People-to-People Exchange between China and Its Neighboring Countries” (September 2018), “Cultural Exchanges between China and Its Neighboring Countries” (December 2018). The CCRNC-Fudan plans to publish one or two academic books in the field of China’s neighboring diplomacy each year.

2)Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy (the Journal): The Journal is a professional and original academic publication in the field of China’s neighboring diplomacy studies. It is a series of semi-annual issues, of which Issue No.1-6 are published by Social Sciences Academic Press, and Issue No.7 is published by World Affairs Press. We welcome contributions from Chinese and foreign scholars who specialize in China’s relations with neighboring countries, or major issues about China’s sovereignty rights and maritime interests.

  3)Policy advisory papers for Chinese government: the CCRNC-Fudan provides the Chinese government with policy advisory papers and consultative reports regarding the peripheral security challenges China is facing and the relations with neighboring countries. These papers and reports have received attention from the leaders of Chinese government.

  4)Fudan University Forum for Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy Studies: This forum invites scholars and government officials that are engaged in research on Chinas neighboring diplomacy.

  5)Database for Neighboring Countries Overview and Relations with China: The Database is jointly established by CCRNC-Fudan and the Collaborative Innovation Center of Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights (CICTSMR). It contains fundamental information of Chinas greater neighboring area and their relations with China. Fudans Survey of Chinas Neighboring Countriesis one of the achievements of the Database.

  6)Academic conferences home and abroad: International Conferences on Chinas Relations with Neighboring Countries, Annual Conference on Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy, Conference on Religion and Chinas Neighboring Diplomacyand Conference on Trans-Boundary Nationalities and Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy.

 Since 2013, members of the CCRNC-Fudan have led numerous academic projects funded by National Social Science Fund. They are:

  1) “Inheritance and Innovation of Neo-Confucianism: Conception, Literature and History”, subproject of “Inheritance and Innovation of Neo-Confucianism in Japan and Korea”, funded by the National Social Science Fund of China;

  2) “Study on the Development Strategies Integration between China and the Fulcrum Countries along the Belt and Road”, funded by the National Social Science Fund of China;

  3) “Study on the New Situation of Korean Peninsula and China’s Diplomatic Strategies”, funded by the National Social Science Fund of China;

  4) “Peripheral Security Challenges Faced by China and Neighboring Diplomatic Strategy Adopted by China in the Context of China’s Rapid Rising”, funded by the National Social Science Fund of China;

  5) “Study on the New Concept New Thoughts New Strategies of Implementing Neighboring Diplomacy by Central Communist Party of China since the 18th CPC National Congress”, funded by the National Social Science Special Fund of China.

  6) “Study on Establishing a Shared Spiritual Home for the Minorities in China”, funded by the National Social Science Fund of China.

  Members of the CCRNC-Fudan also teach courses regarding China’s relations with neighboring countries as follows: History and Current Situation of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy (Ph.D. course), History and Current Situation of China’s Relation with Korean Peninsula (Ph.D. course), History of China’s Diplomacy in 20th Century (Ph.D. course), Ocean and Contemporary International Relations (graduate course), Analysis of China’s Peripheral Security and Its Neighboring Diplomacy (graduate course), Great Power Politics and Sino-South Korean Relation (graduate course), China’s Boundary and Marine Affairs (undergraduate course), the U.S. Politics and Foreign Relations (undergraduate course), South Korean Politics and Foreign Relations (undergraduate course), Religion and American Society (undergraduate course), Introduction to East Asian Culture (undergraduate course), Introduction to Korean Studies (undergraduate course).

  The CCRNC-Fudan accepts applicants from Postdoctoral Fellow in political science and graduate students in international relations, international politics, and diplomacy. Also, the CCRNC-Fudan welcomes international and domestic scholars and officials in China’s relations with neighboring countries to visit the CCRNC-Fudan for exchange studies.

  Key Members

  -SHI Yuanhua, Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: China’s neighboring diplomacy, Korean peninsula issue and international relations in Northeast Asia, modern and contemporary history of China’s diplomacy, Korean independence movement and history of Sino-Korean relation.

  -NARAN Bilik, Professor of School of Social Development and Public Policy at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: trans-boundary Ethnic Groups in Asia, Ethnic GroupsTheory, linguistic anthropology, the Education of Ethnic Minorities, and East Asia’s Politics.

  -CHEN Yugang, Professor of the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: governance of polar region, theory of international relations, European politics and foreign relations, global governance, regional cooperation, Chinas foreign relations and diplomatic strategies.

  -XIN Qiang, Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: U.S. politics, Taiwan issue, Sino-U.S. relation.

  -BAO Xiaqin, Professor of the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: Japan’s post WWII politics and diplomacy, contemporaty foreign affairs of China.

  -FANG Xiuyu, Professor  of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan Univeristy.

  Research Interests: modern South Korean politics and Sino-Korean relations, Korean Peninsula security and international relations in Northeast Asia, nuclear security in Northeast Asia.

     -XING Liju, Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: Korean Confucianism, Korean philosophy, Korean intellectual history, comparative study of Chinese and Korean philosophies and cultures.

  -XU Haiyan, Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: Energy Strategy, International Oil Prices, and Russia’s Economy.

  -QI Huaigao, Associate Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: China's neighboring diplomacy, China's ocean affairs, Asia-Pacific international relations, international organization and global governance

  -ZHENG Jiyong, Associate Professor  of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: politics and diplomacy in Korean Peninsula, international relations of East Asia, party politics in South Korea, power structure of North Korea.

  -TU Yichao, Associate Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: ethnicity and religions of Chinaneighboring countries, religion and politics in the U.S., history of Christianity.

  -XUE Song, Assistant Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: Indonesia’s Politics and Foreign Diplomacy; Ethnic Studies; Sino-ASEAN Relations

  -ZHU Qin, Assistant Professor of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University.

  Research Interests: Sino-U.S. and the Korean Peninsula Relations; Syngman Rhee’s Diplomacy Thought; The Maritime Rights Disputes between China and Neighboring Countries.


Contact Information

Address: Fudan University’s Institute of International Studies, 220 Handan Road, Shanghai, P.R.China.

Office Address: Room 307, Wenke (Liberal Arts) Building, Fudan University

Postcode: 200433

Telephone: 86 21-6564 2939

Fax: 86 21-6564 2939

Email: ccrnc@fudan.edu.cn


Link for CCRNC-Fudan Brochure PDF Version:

CCRNC-Fudan Brochure.pdf

Link for Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter:

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.1, published on 1 June 2015).pdf

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.2, published on 1 November 2015).pdf

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.3, published on 15 January 2016).pdf

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.4, published on 30 June 2016).pdf

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.5, published on 31 December 2016).pdf

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.6, published on 30 June 2017).pdf

China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Study Newsletter (Issue No.7, published on 31 December 2017).pdf