Editing System

Editorial Board

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)  



  • Serving the Country and Contributing to the World: China’s Diplomacy in a Time of Unprecedented Global Changes and a Once-in-a-Century Pandemic/ Wang Yi
    2020 is a watershed in human history, a milestone in China’s national development,  and a groundbreaking year for China’s external relations. Under the strong leadership  of the CPC Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping at its core, the diplomatic  front, by fighting the novel coronavirus and the “political virus” at the same time,  has made new contributions to safeguarding national interests and global stability.
  • China-US Strategic Competition under the Biden Administration/ Wu Xinbo
    The adjustment of US policy toward China under the Biden administration  will not only pose new challenges to the bilateral relations, but also bring about  opportunities for cooperation. It is hardly possible for the two countries to reverse  the trend of competition, but the next four years will constitute a crucial stage in  the process of establishing a new framework for the bilateral relations.
  • Leaving No One Behind: Reflections on Global Poverty Eradication/ Xu Bu

    With only ten years left to deliver the United Nations’ Sustainable Development  Goals, it is the world’s shared responsibility to sustain global development and leave  no one behind. Recognizing the urgency of poverty eradication, we could learn from  China as it has lifted all rural population out of poverty in 2020. All nations must  join the fight against poverty and cooperate in areas of education, food security,  gender equality, security, and global governance.

  • Theoretical Connotation and Historical Significance of Building a New Model of International Relations/ Xu Bu

    As an essential element of Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy, building a new model  of international relations characterized by mutual respect, fairness and justice, and  win-win cooperation is the Chinese solution in response to the changing international  balance of power and the deficiencies of the current global governance system, which  is highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is also urgently needed to address the  challenges of globalization as it enters in-depth development. China is ready to work  with all global partners to build a new model of international relations and foster a  community with a shared future for mankind.

  • Global Data Governance: Challenges and Responses/ Cai Cuihong & Wang Yuanzhi

    As data resources become increasingly important in today’s world, data governance  is a crucial topic worldwide. However, there are conflicting views on data governance  with challenges such as imbalanced data rights and diverging interests between  individuals, enterprises, and sovereign states. It is therefore an urgent and central  issue for academic and business circles to address these challenges and advance  global data governance.

  • Significance of Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy in Combating COVID-19 with Solidarity/ Ruan Zongze
    Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy is a momentous achievement of epoch-making  significance in the development of New China’s diplomatic theories. The once-in-acentury pandemic and unprecedented changes are unfolding in parallel and impacting  each other, catalyzing the evolution of the international pattern, which stresses the  importance and urgency of building a community with a shared future for mankind.
  • China’s Choices in a Changing International Order/ Da Wei
    The current volatility concerning the character of the international order requires  a prolonged period of observation before any accurate conclusions about its  dynamics and context can be drawn. Major changes are bound to take place in the  international order, but it will be a challenge for China to identify the direction  of these changes, take advantage of the trend, and promote the evolution of the  international order toward a more just and reasonable direction.
  • The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and China’s Multilateral Diplomacy in the New Era/ Sun Zhuangzhi

    As a multilateral cooperation mechanism founded and developed in the post-Cold  War era, the SCO has great significance to China’s multilateral diplomacy and plays  a unique role in international and regional governance. Over the years, China has  taken an active part in safeguarding multilateralism while engaging in cooperation  in various fields within the SCO framework. The development of the SCO has  fully embodied the “Chinese wisdom” and “Chinese solutions.”

  • China’s View of International Order in the New Era: Concepts, Policy Orientation and Practical Approaches/ Shi Bin
    The Chinese view of international order in the new era reflects China’s cultural  characteristics and historical experience, and is an organic combination of its local  concern and global vision, and of its traditional and modern values. It offers new  options to countries and peoples around the world who wish to seek development  while maintaining their independence, and thus contributes Chinese experience  and wisdom to national and global governance.
  • SCO Political Cooperation: Progress, Challenges and Approaches/ Deng Hao

    Over the past two decades, political cooperation has been the priority of SCO  cooperation, playing a decisive role in the formulation of significant SCO policies  and leading the organization’s development. Amid challenges, the SCO should  improve its top-level design from a strategic height and a long-term perspective,  and establish common goals based on a shared identity while making cooperation  more efficient.