FENG Yujun
  发布时间: 2019-12-10   访问次数: 3379

FENG Yujun

Professor, Vice Dean, Institute of International Studies, Fudan University

Director, Center for Russian and Central Asian Studies, Fudan University

Research Interests: Russia-Eurasia Issues, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, International Energy Security and Diplomatic Power Relations, China's Peripheral Security and Russian International Relations Theory 

Email:yjfeng@fudan.edu.cn


Dr. Feng Yujun is Professor and Vice Dean, Institute of International Studies, and Director at the Center for Russian and Central Asian Studies, Fudan University. He was former director, researcher, doctoral supervisor and academic member of the Russian Institute of the Chinese Academy of Modern International Relations, Deputy Secretary-General of the Chinese Association for the History of Sino-Russian Relations, Executive Director of the Chinese-Russian Association of Friendship, the Central Asian Society of Eastern Europe of China, the Research Center of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization of China, Adjunct Research Fellows of China International Studies Foundation, Peking University, China Foreign Affairs Univeristy, Shandong University and Sichuan University. Born in 1970, he graduated from Hebei University, Jilin University and China Foreign Affairs University respectively, with bachelor's degree in history, master's degree in history and doctor's degree in law. He was a visiting scholar at Vladimir National Normal University, Russia in 2000-2001, a visiting scholar at Moscow University in 2005-2006, a visiting fellow at Slavic Research Center of Hokkaido University, Japan, 2010-2011. He is mainly engaged in Russian-Eurasian issues, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, relations between major powers, international energy security and diplomacy, security around China and theoretical research on Russian international relations. delivering a large number of research reports and academic papers on the above issues and undertaking research projects.  Prof. Feng's research domains encompass: Russian Foreign Decision-making Mechanism, Russian National Security Decision-making Mechanism, Russian Development Prospects and Trends of Sino-Russian Relations, Russian Foreign Think Tank, Russian Oil and Gas Politics and China in Central Asia, Shanghai Cooperation Organization: New Security Concept and New Mechanism, Centennial Sino-Russian Relations, etc. The main translations are: Russian Strategy: President's Agenda, Contemporary Russian International Relations. He has published more than 100 papers in well-known academic journals at home and abroad, presenting regular interviews with China Central Television, Phoenix Satellite TV, China Radio International , BBC, NHK and other internationally renowned media. 


Contact Information:

    Address:No. 680, Guoquan Road, Yanpu District, Shanghai, China

    Zip Code:200433

    E-mail:    yjfeng@fudan.edu.cn



Academic Papers

Journals 

Time 

The Pacific Ocean Is Wide Enough For All

Contemporary International

Relations

2014/06

Russia-U.S. Rivalry in the Context of   Power Imbalance

Contemporary International

Relations

2014/03

A Three-Dimensional Analysis of   China's Surrounding Environment

Contemporary International

Relations

2013/06

Strategic Competition between the   Major Powers against Changing Global Conditions

Contemporary International

Relations

2013/03

Prospects for Russia-U.S.Relations   after Putin Reassumes Presidency

Contemporary International

Relations

2012/04

Understanding the Main Problems in   Northeast Asia Is the Key

Contemporary International

Relations

2012/01

The Future of Russian Studies in China

Contemporary International

Relations

2011/02

International Natural Gas Market and   Prospects for Sino-Russian Cooperation

Contemporary International

Relations

2010/06

Strategic Orientation and Prospects of   SCO

Contemporary International

Relations

2010/S1

Changes in Russia's International   Vision and Foreign Policy

Contemporary International

Relations

2009/02

Russia-Georgia Conflict and Beyond

Contemporary International

Relations

2008/05

Prospects for Sino-Russian Relations   and China's National Interests in the Next Decade

Contemporary International

Relations

2008/04

“Color Revolutions” and CIS Trend

Contemporary International

Relations

2005/10

Russia' s Social   Transformation:Contradictions and Problems

Contemporary International

Relations

2005/03

Trends in U. S. -Russia ties

Contemporary International

Relations

2004/05

Miniature Cold War?

Contemporary International

Relations

2004/05

The Change of Perceptions Each Other

Contemporary International

Relations

2004/05

Competition≠Conflict

Contemporary International

Relations

2004/05

Reflections on Sino-Russian Strategic   Partnership

Contemporary International

Relations

1998/08

MOSCOW VS. NATO: COMPROMISE WILL NOT   DISPEL APPREHENSIONS

Contemporary International

Relations

1997/05

Changes with Time and Situation

Contemporary International

Relations

2004/05

Russia's New Energy Diplomacy and Its   Impact

Contemporary International

Relations

2002/10

Prospects for Russian-U.S. Relations after Putin's Resumption of the   Presidency: A Multi-Perspective Analysis

China International Studies

2012/03