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Dong ManyuanFu Jun
Guo XiangangHu Dekun
Jia QingguoLin Limin
Liu HongwuLiu Jiangyong
Men HonghuaQin Yaqing
Rong YingRuan Zongze
Su GeWu Shicun
Wu XinboWu Zhicheng
Xing GuangchengXu Jian
Yan XuetongYang Guangbin
Yang JiemianYu Jiang
Yuan JianZhu Feng
Shaun Breslin   (UK) 
Alexander Lukin   (Russia)
Michael Swaine   (US)  


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CURRENT ISSUE



  • Exploring China’s Global Strategy in the New Era/ Zhao Kejin

    As a major country on the world stage, China adopts a strategic path different  from that of the established powers, pursuing major-country diplomacy with  Chinese characteristics on the basis of managing well its internal and external  affairs. While bearing in mind its top priorities and the well-being of the Chinese  people, China contributes to world peace and development and the building of  a community with a shared future for mankind by participating in and leading  global governance.

  • China and International Development Cooperation in a Time of Profound Global Changes/ Wei Ling

    International development cooperation is an important channel and focal point  for China to interact with the world and shape the global order. Amid the rise of  the global South, China has introduced its own development experience into the  realm of international development cooperation, and is committed to building a  new type of development partnership based on equality and mutually beneficial  cooperation, and playing a positive role in facilitating an improved global system  of international development cooperation and development-security interaction.

  • Global Governance Is Becoming Flat/ Qin Yaqing

    Global governance is moving towards a flat model with the decline of the  hegemonic order and the accumulation of governance deficits and governance  failure. In the evolution from vertical to flat governance, regional and sub-regional  multilateral governance will witness more dynamic development, and governance  practices in various issue areas will become more effective. At the same time,  competitive factors will be more prominent, and there will emerge apparent interinstitutional competition and great-power competition over institutions.

  • China’s Maritime Outlook in the New Era and its Impact on International Ocean Governance/ Hu Dekun & Jin Yu

    China’s maritime outlook in the new era is a product of theoretical and practical  innovation and a continuation and development of China’s thoughts on maritime  construction in New China. Despite its Chinese characteristics, the values presented by the new maritime outlook represent the common value of mankind and therefore  belongs to all. It is not only a powerful theoretical equipment for China to realize its  maritime power strategy, but also a Chinese solution and realistic path to promote  a fairer and more reasonable global maritime order.

  • The Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Global Health Governance: Advantages, Challenges and Paths/ Li Xuewei & Wang Lu

    The Shanghai Cooperation Organization has been attaching great importance to  public health security and actively participating in global health governance. As  the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the importance of health issues on the SCO’s  agenda is continuously on the rise. More efforts are needed to establish and improve  its health governance mechanisms, promote health cooperation at both regional  and global levels through the Belt and Road Initiative, and intensify cooperation  with international health organizations.

  • The Fading and Reactivation of Asian Regional Cooperation Discourse/ Wu Lin

    The traditional discourse of Asian regional cooperation is fading as the existing  regional architecture encounters impacts and challenges from the geopolitical  reconstruction brought by the Indo-Pacific concept and the intensified majorpower competition. On the other hand, new demands for regional cooperation are  emerging amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the dual tensions, Asian regional  cooperation presents a new trend of complex diversification and co-opetition,  bringing opportunities for its reactivation.

  • The African Continental Free Trade Area and China-Africa Cooperation/ Ma Hanzhi

    As a major strategic choice of regional countries in the context of profound changes  in internal and external environment, the African Continental Free Trade Area is  evidence of Africa's adherence to openness and development and will have a gamechanging impact on the whole continent. In the face of new opportunities and  challenges brought by its construction, the Chinese and African sides need to meet  each other halfway and push their cooperation to a higher level.