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Shen Dingli: International Relations

May 25, 2016
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Shen Dingli 땐접 was trained as a physicist but has become one of China’s foremost international relations scholars and commentators. He teaches at Fudan University where he is currently the deputy dean of the Institute of International Affairs. He previously headed the Fudan Center for American Studies. A prolific writer of hundreds of articles and op-eds, Shen is also the author of academic works on arms control, American national security strategy, conservatism and American foreign policy, and international order.

 

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