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Wang Lincong
Time : 2015-04-24

Name:Wang Lincong
Title: Deputy Director-general of IWAAS,  Vice-President of the China-Africa Institute, Professor, Senior Research Fellow, Vice-President of the Chinese Association for Middle East Studies.
Contact: Institute of West-Asian and African Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, No.3 Zhang Zizhong Lu, Beijing, China.
Postal Code:100007
Tel:010-64039053
Fax:010-64035718
Email:wanglc@cass.org.cn; wlincong@sina.com

Resume:Dr. Wang Lincong, senior research fellow, is currently the Assistant Director-general and the Director of International Relations Division of Institute of West Asian & African Studies(IWAAS), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS). He is professor of the department for Asian-African Studies at the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences supervising PhD program, Vice-President of the Chinese Association for Middle East Studies and Vice-Director of the Gulf Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Born in 1965 in NingXia Province of China. B.A.degree (1985) in History in NingXia University , M.A.degree (1988) in History in YunNan University, and his Ph.D. degree.(2003) in History got from Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Being an associate Professor in NingXia University(from 1997 to 2000) and IWAAS, CASS(from 2003 to 2007), he is Professor in IWAAS, CASS from 2007 to the present, and served as a visiting scholar to the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Britain, from April 2008 to March 2009.
 
Major field of Research:
Politic development and Democratization in the Middle East
Regional Security and International Relations in the Middle East
Relations between China and the Middle East
 
Major Publications:
Books:
The Belt and Road Initiatives and the Middle East, subeditor, BEIJING: SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMIC PRESS, 2016, 371p.
Looking East of the Middle East and African Countries, subeditor, BEIJING: SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMIC PRESS, 2011, 306p.
The Study of the Democratization in the Middle East, [monograph] BEIJING: CHINA SOCIAL SCIENCES PRESS, 2007, 399p.

Papers:
Journal articles
On the Middle East Security Problems and Security Governance, WORLD ECONOMIC AND POLITICS, No. 12, 2017.
Syria Crisis and Reshapping the Middle East Order, Contemporary World,no.12, 2017.
The International Environments of the Middle East Countries’ Development from the Perspective of Marxist View of the Times, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.5, 2016.
Rise of Political Islam and the Middle East’s Transition,Contemporary World, Semi-annual no.2, 2012.
Turkish Model and the Democratization of the Middle East Countries, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.2, 2012.
Turkey: the Strategic Steps and Impact of Looking East, Annual Report on Development in the Middle East and Africa, in Looking East of the Middle East and African Countries, 2011.
The Cause and Impact of the Turmoil in the Middle East, Annual Report on Development in the Middle East and Africa, in Looking East of the Middle East and African Countries, 2011.
Discussion on Civil Society in Egypt, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.10, 2010.
On the Turkish “Democratic Model” under the Governance of the Justice and Development Party, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.8, 2009.
An Analysis on the Dual Impact of Traditional Islamic Political Culture on Democratic Practice, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.7, 2006.
Reflection on the Democratization Path in Arab Countries, ARAB WORLD STUDIES, No. 3, 2006.
Brief Analysis of Sino-Egypt Economic and Trade Relationships, ARAB WORLD STUDIES, No. 1, 2006.
On the Uncertain Relationship between Islam and Democracy, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.5, 2005.
Is It Democratization or Americanization? U.S. Foreign policy of Political Integration and Transformation in the Middle East, WORLD ECONOMIC AND POLITICS, No. 9, 2004.
Discussion of the Diplomatic Relations Between Libya and the United States, ACADENIC JOURNAL OF GRADUATE SCHOOL CHINESE ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, No. 6, 2004.
Qadhafi’s Diplomatic Thoughts and Libya’s Diplomacy, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.6, 2004.
On Democratization and Its Prospect in the Middle Eastern Islamic Countries, WEST ASIA AND AFRICA, No.2, 2004.
A Tentative Review of the Debate in the Academic Circle over the Relation Between Islam and Democracy, ACADENIC JOURNAL OF GRADUATE SCHOOL CHINESE ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, No. 6, 2003.
Comment on the Historical Viewpoint of Globalization, HISTORIOGRAPHY QUARTERLY, No. 3, 2002.
 
Chapter
The Foundation, Process and Policies for Jointly Building the Belt and Road by China and Turkey, the Annual Report on Development in the Middle East(2015-2016): “The Belt and Road” Initiatives and the Middle East, BEIJING: SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMIC PRESS, 2016.
Turkey’s Failed July 15 Coup and its Impact, the Annual Report on Development in the Middle East(2015-2016): “The Belt and Road” Initiatives and the Middle East, BEIJING: SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMIC PRESS, 2016.
Syrian Crisis: March toward Political Solution Period, the Annual Report on Development in the Middle East(2015-2016): “The Belt and Road” Initiatives and the Middle East, BEIJING: SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMIC PRESS, 2016.
Analysis of the security situation in the Middle East, BEIJING: SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMIC PRESS, 2014.
"Islam & Democracy: On the Perspective of Political Development in Iran", Dr.Mohammad Reza Dehahiri, Dr, Mohsen Shojakhni, Editors, Iran and China Relations: Proceeding fo the Syposium on Cultureal Exchanges and Strategic Cooperation between Iran and China, Center for International Culture Studies Department of Research & Education, Islamic Culture & Relations Organization, 2012, PP. 174-180.
 
Newspaper Articles & Online Commentary

“Iran important outpost for Belt and Road”, Global Time, 2016/1/22, page16.
“Libyan model is dangerous game”, China Daily, 03/17/2012, page5.
 
Others
China and Turkey: The Past and Future,The Conference: The Sino-Turkish Relations in the Developing World, The Marmara University - Dialogue Euro-Asia Platform, May 22nd, 2012.
Chinese Culture and Islamic Culture: Learning from each other, the Conference: The Arabic-Chinese Relationship in the Second Decade of  the 21st Century. Cairo University, Oct.29, 2009.
Conflict and Communication: the Talas War between China and Arab and the Spreading of Chinese Paper-making Technology Westward, AFMA Conference 6th: “Middle East Perspectives from East Asia: Diversifying the Middle East and Islamic Studies”, Tokyo Univerisity of Foreign Studies, May 13-14, 2006.

 

 

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