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HE Wenping
Time : 2016-01-11
Author : HE Wenping

Name:He Wenping
Title: Professor and Senior Research Fellow
Contact:hewp@cass.org.cn64034665
Resume:

Dr HE Wenping is Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of West-Asian and African Studies (IWAAS), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), and specializes on Africa’s relations with China and major world powers, African democratic transition and South-South Cooperation. She began her research and teaching career at CASS in 1989, and has served as a visiting scholar at Yale University, London University, the Nordic Africa Institute based in Sweden, German Development Institute and the BRICS Policy Center of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). Dr. HE is also the senior research fellow of the Charhar Institute, the Standing Member of the Chinese Asian & African Research Society, the Research Society for African Problems, and Asian–African Development & Exchange Society of China.  She received B.A. and M.A. degrees in international politics and a Ph.D. in law from Peking University in China.  Dr. HE is a regular commentator of Chinese Central TV Station/Chinese Central Radiobroadcast and a regular lecturer on Sino-African relations and Chinese Development Experiences in various African human resource straining classes.  Dr. HE also serves as associate researcher in the Centre for Chinese Studies of Stellenbosch University in South Africa and a Council Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Africa from 2009 to 2011.  Dr. He was invited as the "Outstanding Scholar" to visit the US by the US State Department in Oct. 2007, to visit Norway by the Norwegian Foreign Ministry in Jan. 2007, and to visit France by the French Foreign Ministry in Jan. 2016.
 

 

Major Field of Research:
·Modern relations between China and African countries
·Relations of African countries and western major powers
·the study of development assistance and South-South Cooperation
·political and international relations in the Middle East
 

Major Publications:
I. Books ( in Chinese Version):
1)The Study of African Countries Democratization Process (2005, Beijing, The Current Affairs Press)
2) A Nation Undergoing Historical Changes: South Africa----Political and Economic Development,  (co-author )(2004, Beijing, Chinese Social Sciences Press )
3) The Contemporary African Political Changes, Economic Sciences Press, (co-author )(1998, Beijing, Economic Sciences Press)
4)  A New Thought About African Socialism, (co-author) (1994, Beijing, Education Sciences Press)
5)  The Contemporary Eastern Political Thoughts, (co-author) (1993, Guangzhou, Guangdong People's Press)
 
II. Book Chapters and Papers in English:
1) “Development Cooperation Approaches to Pro-poor Growth: Strategies and Lessons from China”, Published by Korean Development Institute (KDI) in 2013.
2) “West Power’s New Scramble for Africa”, Contemporary World, No.1, 2013, pp. 82-84.
3) From “Aid Effectiveness” to “Development Effectiveness”: What China’s Experiences Can Contribute to the Discourse Evolution?, (Global Review, August 2012, No.9)
4)"Emerging Partners and their Impact on African Development" (co-author with Dr. Sven Grimm) in the book (edited by Erik Lundsgaarde) "Africa Toward 2030: Challenges for Development Policy", Palgrave Macmillan 2012
5)  “Infrastructure and Development Cooperation: Take China in Africa as an Example”, in Lim Wonhyuk (ed.) “Emerging Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation”, Korea Development Institute, 2012
6)“Overturning the Wall: Building Soft Power in Africa” (China Security, Vol. 6, No.1, 2010)
7)  “China's Aid to Africa: Policy Evolution, Characteristics and its Role”, in J. Stillhoff Sørensen (ed.) “Challenging the Aid Paradigm: Western Currents and Asian Alternatives”. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan 2010.
8) “A Chinese Perception of Africa”, in Sharon T. Freeman (ed.) “China, Africa, and the African Diaspora: Perspectives”,AASBEA Publishers, Washington DC, 2010
9)  “The Darfur Issue: a New Test for China's Africa Policy”, in Fantu Cheru and Cyril Obi (eds.) “The Rise of China and India in Africa”, Zed Books, London & New York, March 2010
10) “China’s African Policy: Driving Forces, Features and Global Impact”, 《Africa Review》 Vol.1, No.1, Jan.-June 2009, Journal of African Studies Association of India, also collected in “Fifty Years of Sino-African Cooperation: Background, Progress and Significance——Chinese Perspectives on Sino-African Relations”, Yunnan Univ. Press, 2009.
11) “China’s Perspectives on Contemporary China-Africa Relations”, in Chris Alden, Dan Large & Ricardo Soares de Oliveira (eds.), China Returns to Africa: a superpower and a continent embrace, London: C. Hurst,, July 2008
12)  “Promoting Political Development through Democratic Change in Africa”, (Contemporary Chinese Thought, M. E. Sharpe (New York), Vol.40, No.1, Fall 2008
13)“Neocolonialisti? No”, in Aspenia (Italian) Rome,No.41, 2008
14) “All-weather Friend”: The Evolution of China’s African Policy, Chaper 1 in the book " Afro-Chinese Relations: Past, Present and Future” edited by Prof. Kwesi Kwaa Prah, published by SED Printing Solutions, Cape Town, 2007
15) “China-Africa Relations Moving into an Era of Rapid Development ”, Inside AISA, No.3-4, Dec. 2006
16) “The Balancing Act of China’s Africa Policy”, China Security, Vol.3, No.3, 2007
17) “All Weather Friends: A Vivid Portrayal of Contemporary Political Relations Between China and Africa”, Chapter 2 in the book “China Comes to Africa: the Political Economy and Diplomatic History of China’s Relation with Africa”, edited by Prof. Kinfe Abraham, published in 2005 in Ethiopia
18)  “China and Africa: Cooperation in 50 Years”, Asia and Africa Today (in Russian), Russian Academy of Sciences, No. 12, 2002.
19)  “Characteristics of the Current Situation in Africa”, Foreign Affairs Journal, No. 40, 1996
 
III. Commentary Articles in English (since 2008):
1) Joint farming to help ensure Africa's food security, 2015-12-05, China Daily (Africa Edition) http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/opinion/2015-12/05/content_22634317.htm
2) China-Africa Summit: China-Africa relationships embraces historic development opportunity”, http://english.cntv.cn/2015/12/05/ARTI1449301598918424.shtml
3) “New Normal won’t hurt economic relations with Africa”, Global Times (English version), 2015-12-3.  
http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/956479.shtml
4) “Nobel Peace Prize Salute the Road to Peace and Stability”, Nov. 6, 2015.
http://www.chinausfocus.com/peace-security/nobel-peace-prize-salutes-the-road-to-peace-and-stability/
5) “Strong UN, Better Africa”, Chinafrica, Oct. 2015, vol 7.
6) “European Refugee Crisis: It’s Impossible for US to stay Detached”, Sept. 25, 2015, http://www.chinausfocus.com/peace-security/european-refugee-crisis-its-impossible-for-us-to-stay-detached/
7) “China-Africa: Cooperation after Ebola”, Chinafrica, Sept. 2015, vol 7.
8) “International Criminal Court (ICC): China, US differ on Africa”, July. 20, 2015. http://www.chinausfocus.com/peace-security/icc-china-us-differ-on-africa/
9) “Europe’s Migrant Woes”, Beijing Review, July 2, 2015, No.27, pp.24-25.
10) “Helping Africa building up its security capacity Serves Global Interests”, Jan. 16, 2015, http://www.chinausfocus.com/foreign-policy/helping-africa-build-up-its-security-capacity-serves-global-interests/
11) “One Belt, One Road” can find place in Africa, Global Times, Jan. 29, 2015.
12) “US-Africa Summit: Too little too late”, Chinafrica, No. 8, 2014, pp.10-11.
13) “More Focus on Responsibilities in Upgraded Sino-African Ties”, May 23, 2014, http://www.chinausfocus.com/foreign-policy/more-focus-on-responsibilities-in-upgraded-sino-african-ties/
14) “What’s Behind President Xi’s Visit to Africa?”, March 28, 2013
http://www.chinausfocus.com/foreign-policy/president-xis-visit-to-africa-what-does-it-mean/
15)”Morsi Visit Opens New Chapter”, China Daily 2012-8-31.
16) “Building Trust in Africa”, China Daily 2012-8-16. Originally published in: http://www.chinausfocus.com/foreign-policy/trust-is-the-key-word-for-china-us-cooperation-in-africa/
17) “The Answers Lie Within”, Chinafrica, Vol. 4, August 2012, p.24.
18) “China’s Bond of Commitment to Africa”, China Daily 2012-7-25.
19) “Power Shifting and Sharing: Egypt’s Foreign Policy ”, China Daily 2012-7-19.
20) “China-Africa: Long Tradition of Friendship”, China Daily 2012-7-11.
21) “Laying Foundation for Future”, China Daily (Europe Edition) 2012-6-29.
22) “Africa’s Economic Transformation”, Chinafrica, Vol. 4, June 2012, p.34.
23)“Rediscovering China in Africa”, Beijing Review,Vol. 4, No.22, 2012.
24) “Aftermath of Libyan War”, China Daily 2012-04-11.
25) “BRICS Blazes a New Trail”, China Daily 2012-3-28.
26) “Pushing Integration”, Chinafrica, Vol. 4, March 2012, p.20-21.
27) “More Soft Power Needed in Africa”, China Daily 2012-2-27.
28) “(Syria issue) Respect for Different Viewpoints”, China Daily 2012-2-16.
29) “Gaddafi’s Death Poses Challenges”, Chinafrica, No.12, 2011, p.11.
30) “Essential Elements Needed for China-US Cooperation in Africa”, 2011-11-2. http://www.chinausfocus.com/foreign-policy/essential-elements-needed-for-china-us-cooperation-in-africa/
31) “Libya Needs China to Rebuild”, China Daily 2011-9-28.
32) “China-Africa Cooperation as Viewd from China”, CCA Africa Business Report, Vol. 8, Issue 14, 2011, Washington.
33) “Libyan Conflict Casts Shadow”, China Daily 2011-9-3.
34) “Non-Interference in Africa”, Chinafrica, Vol. 3, No.6, June 2011, p.23.
35)“When BRIC becomes BRICS”, East Asia Forum (Australia), March.3,2011.
36) “Whose Nerves are Touched by Growing China-Africa Relations?”, International Business Daily (China-Africa Economic & Trade Special Edition), Feb. 22, 2011, p.3.
37) “More Yiwu-like Commodity Distribution Centres Needed”, International Business Daily, Nov. 18, 2010, p.6-7.
38) “A Year of Alliance”, Chinafrica, No.12, December 2010, p.15.
39) “Relations with Africa Sound”, China Daily 2010-10-12.
40) “Equal Platform, Mutual Benefit”, China Daily (Weekend Edition), July 17-18, 2010.
41) “China Offers New Growth Pattern”, China Daily 2009-11-19.
42) “Making a Point: New US Government Moves to Strengthen Ties with Africa”,
 Chinafrica, September 2009, p11.
43) “A Silver Lining: Obama’s Africa Policy”, Chinafrica, Vol. 4, No.1, Jan. 2009.
44) “Piracy Crackdown”, Beijing Review,Vol. 52, No.1, 2009.
45) “Sharing Life Lessons”, Chinafrica, Vol. 3, No.5, May. 2008.
46) “Africa’s Lesson from Obama Win”, China Daily 2008-11-19.
47) “Untained Picture of China’s Africa Policy”, China Daily 2008-8-5
48) “China, India Can Rewrite Asia-Africa Unity Story”, China Daily 2008-4-22 .
49) “Shining New Light on the ‘Dark Continent ’”, Chinafrica, Vol. 3, No.1, May. 2008.
50) “Lessons to be Learnt from Kenya’s ‘Democracy ’”, China Daily 2008-1-17.
51) “China’s Unceasing Efforts to Resolve Darfur Issue”, China Daily 2008-1-3.
 

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