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International Strategy
XUE Li
2012-07-24 23:55:00


  XUE Li

 
  Ph. D. in
Politics (International Politics)
  Professor (Senior
Research Fellow),
  Director of
Department of International Strategy,
  Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP)
  Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)

  Office telephone: 8610-85195783
  Email: xueli@cass.org.cn  

Research Interests
China’s Foreign Policy and International Strategy, recently focus on One Belt and One
Road (OBOR) issues and South China Sea Disputes

Education
Visiting Scholar in SAIS, Johns Hopkins University, December 2011-December 2012
PhD in International Politics,
Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences ( 2007)
MA in
International Relations, Tsinghua University (2004)
BA in Clinical Medicine, Fujian Medical University (1987)

Professional Background
1. July 1 2016-present, Director of Department of International Strategy, IWEP/CASS, Professor(Senior Research Fellow).
2. March 2014-July 2016, Director of
Department of International Strategy, IWEP/CASS, Associate Professor (Senior Research Fellow).
3.
January 2011-February 2014, Deputy Director of Department of International Strategy, IWEP/CASS, Associate Professor (Senior Research Fellow).
4.January 2009-December 2010, Deputy Director of Department of International Strategy, IWEP/CASS, Assistant Professor
(Research Fellow).
5.
July 2007-December 2008, Department of International Strategy, IWEP/CASS, Assistant Professor (Research Fellow).


Publications
Part One   Authored book and Journal Article
1. “Could Sino-Japan Relationship Surpass Historical Problem? Strategy and Management No. 8,2003.
2. “
Anarchy in a Constructivist Perspective, World Economics and Politics, No.7, 2004.
3. “
Ethnical Identity is the main Dynamic of Movement of Taiwan Independence,21th Century (Hong Kong), No.8,2004.
4.
A Study on the Taiwan Issue: A Constructivist Perspective, Thesis For Master Degree, Tsinghua University,2004.
5. “
Engagement with Prevention, but Without Containment: Revisiting America’s China Strategy after Cold War, Pacific Journal, No.9,2004.
6. “
Science is not the Equal of Correctness, Century China, October 10,2004.
7. “
A Masterpiece of IR Theory at Micro-level: a Comment on Perception and Misperception in International Politics,International Review, Autumn,2005.
8. “
China Needs to Go Beyond the Realism When Handling Sino-Japan Relations, China Review(Hong Kong), No.11, 2005.
9. “
An Analysis on the meanings of Neoliberal Institutionalism, World Economics and Politics, No.11, 2005.
10. “
A Survey on Constructivism IR in China(1998-2004): Merits and Demerits, World Economics and Politics, No.8, 2006.
11. “
A Survey on Nationalism Issue Conducted by Chinese Students under an IR Perspective,” in Wang Yizhou and Yuan Zhengqing, eds., IR Studies in China (1995-2005).Beijing, Peking University Press,2006.
12. “
North Korea Issue Calls for China’s ‘Peninsula Strategy’”, China Review (Hong Kong), No.1,2007.
13.
Structuralist Thoughts and the Change of Structural Theories in IR, Dissertation, Graduate School of CASS, 2007.
14. “The Recipe to cure DPRK Problem: Replacing Six Party Talk with UN Scheme” ,World Economics and Politics. No.9, 2007.
15. “From Structuralism to IR theory: A Systematic Survey,”
World Economics and Politics, No. 10,2007.
16. “The Structure in International Relations,” Chinese Journal of International Politics, No.3,2007.
17. “An Analysis on the Hot-spots of Global Energy Politics,” in Li Shengming and Wang Yizhou, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2007.
18. “Nuclear Power and Natural Gas: Critical Energies for China in the Post-Kyoto Era,”
World Economics and Politics, No.9, 2008. A brief version was published on Geopolitics of Energy (Canada), No. 8-9,2008
19. “Benevolent Elder Brother: China’s Role for Asian Integration,”
World Economics and Politics, No.10, 2008.
20. “A Studies on High Oil Price: a Political Economy Perspective”, in Li Shenming and Wang Yizhou, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2008.
21. “A Study on the Scale of China’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve: its Flaw and Remedy,” Journal of Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, No. 2, 2009.
22. “Energy Development in ASEAN Countries and Sino-ASEAN Energy Cooperation”, Paper for NTS-Asia 2008-2009 Research Fellowship, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (
English)
23. “A China’s Solution for South China Sea Dispute”, World Economic Survey, No.26,July 6, 2009.
24. “Identity Change and China’s Foreign Policy to Southeast Asia Countries” in Wang Yizhou and Tan Xiuying, eds., Sixty Years of China’s Foreign Affairs (1949-2009), Beijing, China Social Sciences Press(China),October, 2009.
25. “China-Myanmar Energy Corporation: Achievements, Flaws and Suggestion”, World Economic Survey, No. 44, November, 2009.
26. “Oilsands Development in Canada and China’s Energy Security”, World Economics and Politics, No.12, 2009.
27. “China’s Foreign Policy to ASEAN: A Constructivist Perspective”, Twenty-First Century Bimonthly(Hong Kong), No.6, 2009
28. “The Wildly Fluctuating Oil Prices and Changes in the Inter-State Relations” in Li Shenming and Wang Yizhou, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2009.
29. “The Necessity and the Recommendations for Increasing Investment on Canada’s Oilsand”, World Economic Survey, No.16,May 10, 2010.
30. “Does ‘Malacca Dilemma’ Exist and How Does China Deal with it”?  World Economics and Politics, No.10,2010.
31. “Global Energy Politics: 2009-2010”, Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing:Social Sciences Academic Press (China), January, 2011.
32. “The Trend and Characteristics of Piracy in the Strait of Malacca: A Statistical Analysis”, International Politics Quarterly, No.2, 2011.

33. Energy Diplomacy and Outward Energy Cooperation in China, Xue Lico-author, Beijing, China Social Sciences Press, 2011.
34. “Global Energy Politics: 2010-2011”,in Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), January, 2012.
35. “Global Energy Politics: Structural Trends and Hot Spots”, in Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan, Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2012.

36. “Global Energy Politics in 2012-2013: Situation and Hot Spots”, in Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan, Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), January, 2014.
37. “EU’s Conflict Involvement After the Cold War Era: A Case Studies in Asia”, Journal of European Studies, No.1,2014
38. “SCS Disputes: Perspectives from US Scholars”, Journal of International Studies,No.2, 2014.
39. Global Maritime and Islands Disputes”, in Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2014.
40. “Understanding SCS from Non-claimant’s experts’ perspective”, Southeast Asia Studies, No. 12, 2014.
41. “Global Energy Politics 2013-2014”, in Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2015.
42. “Global Independence Referendum, Hotspots and Prospects”, in Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan, eds., Annual Report on International Politics and Security, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), December, 2015.
43. “The construction of 21st Maritime Silk Road and new trends in SCS”, in Zhangjie eds., China’s Regional Security Environment Review, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China), January, 2015.
44. “:China’s Belt and Road Strategy and its diplomatic risks”, International Economic Review, No.2, 2015.
45. “ China-Vietnam Border War: the Analysis of reason and China’s interest”, Journal of Strategy and Decision-Making, No.2, 2015.
46. “ The South China Sea Dispute and China’s Reaction: Perspective from a Leading International Law Scholar, Journal of International Studies,No.3, 2015.
47. “OBOR triggers off China’s Reform in its Foreign Policy Making Mechanism”, Journal of International Studies,No.2, 2016.
48. “US’s Rebalancing Strategy and China’s OBOR”, Journal of World Economics and Politics, No.5, 2016.
49. Structuralism and IR Theory: Change and Innovation, Beijing, China Social Sciences Press, 2016.
50. OBOR and the Coming of Eurasia Era
, Beijing, China Social Sciences Press, 2016.

Part Two Commentary
1. East China Sea Issue Can Serve as a Watershed of Sino-Japan Relations,Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) ,August11,2004.
2. “The Possibility of Sina-Japan Cooperation on East China Issue,” Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) ,August16,2004
3. “A New Role for China’s Giant Enterprises: Price Leader,Nan Fang Du Shi Bao(Southern News),March20,2005
4. “Sudan Yellow Event:How to Protect the Consumer? Nan Fang Du Shi Bao(Southern News),April 7,2005.
5. “China’s choices on the Japan’s Demand for Membership of UN Security Council,Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) ,April 7, 2005.
6. “How to Design Sino-Japan Corperative Zone in East China Sea? Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) ,Dctober17,2005.
7. “
Japan’s National Interests Call for a Stop of PM’ Yasukuni Shrine Visiting, Lian He Zao Bao(Singapore) ,November3,2005.
8. “Non-belief and Doctor’s Rapacity,Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , December28,2005
9. “Dear Koizumi, it will be a Dangerous permission for Lee Teng-hui’s Yasukuni Shrine Visiting, Nan Fang Du Shi Bao(Southern News),January21,2006.
10. “Please Give an Applause to ‘Asia Monetary Unit’,Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) ,February2,2006.
11. “SFDA’s Failure and Drug Market in Disarray,Nan Fang Du Shi Bao(Southern News),February10,2006.
12. “
China’s Giant Enterprises: Only ‘Solidarity’ is not Enough.Eastern Morning, June30,2006.
13. “National Suite and Chineseness,” World View, Issue 8,2006.
14. “
Why Ph.D Candidates Dash for Test of Qualification of Public Servant? Nan Fang Du Shi Bao(Southern News),November 26.2006.
15.”The Ultimate Outlet for North Korea Issue, Lian He Zao Bao(Singapore), November 28,2006.
16.”
Only Wang-Ma Match Offers KMT a Possibility to win the 2008 ‘Presidential Election,Lian He Zao Bao(Singapore),May7,2007.
17. “Beijing should welcome a trilateral negotiation on DPRK Nuclear Issue”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore), October 27, 2007.
18. “Glorious Reconciliation’ should grow into one of new principles of China’s Foreign Policies”, World View, Issue 11, 2007.
19. “The Role and Function of the National Oil Reserve Center”, International Herald Leader, December 18,2007.
20. “China should Contact Hamas Now”,
World View, Issue 1,2008.
21. “It is an Era for Negotiation”, Global Times, January 29,2008.
22. “Constructing a Sino-Japanese-American Triangle Framework”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore)  February 26,2008.
23. “What does the High Oil Price Exactly Mean?” World View, Issue 2, 2008.
24. “Opium for 21st  Century: The Desire Pursuing Luxury Car and Huge Apartment”, Global Times, March 4,2008.
25. “Asia Regional Cooperation: a Half-closed Model”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , March 15,2008.
26. “Economic Development won’t Solve all Social Problems,” Global Times, March 17,2008.
27. “Reconstructing Chinese Core Values”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , April 12,2008.
28. “China’s Threshold: 3000USD per capita GDP,”
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , May 3,2008.
29. “Nuclear Power and Natural Gas: Critical Energies for the Future.”
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , July 4,2008.
30. “Canada’s oilsands and China’s Energy Security,”
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , November 27,2008.
31. “The Unsustainability of America’s Consumption Mode”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , December 10,2008.
32.  “Does China’s SPR Influence World Oil Price?”, World View, Issue 4, 2009.
33.  “China’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve: the Symptoms and its Treatment”, Energy Review, Issue 4, 2009.
34. “How to use 2 Trillion US Dollar Foreign Currency Reserves?”, Businesswatch Weekly, May 5, 2009.
35. “Why not Just Allow DPRK to Hold its Nuclear Weapon?”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , June 18,2009.
36. “Nansha Energy Development Organization: An Outlet for South China Sea Disputes”, Business Watch Weekly, No. 12, published on July 20, 2009.
37. “Adjusting the Structure of Primary Energy Consumption: An Inevitable Pain for China’s Sustainable Development”, China and World Affairs, No.2, 2009.
38. “Oil Price Uptrend and World Economy Recovery”, Xin Guang Jiao(New Pantoscope), No.7, 2009.
39. ” It is the Right Moment to Draw up China’s Migration and Naturalization Act”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , August 11,2009.
40. “China-Myanmar Energy Cooperation: Achievements, Flaws and Future”, Energy Review, No. 11, 2009.
41. ”Collective Security Guaranty from ’Six Parties on Iran Nuclear Issue’”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , October 23, 2009.
42. “The roadmap of East Asian Community” ,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , October 23, 2009.
43. “It is the Right time to Shift Half Main Hospitals to Shareholding System”,
Nan Fang Du Shi Bao(Southern News),November 24.2009.
44. “Constructing a Long Term Framework for Sino-Japan Cooperation”, China Business News, January 11,2010.
45. “Who Should Mainland China not Remove the Missiles from Coastal Bases”,
Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore) , January 22, 2010.
46. “China should Rapidly Increase Investment on Canada’s Oilsands”, Energy Review, No.2, 2010.
47. “The World Trend on Oil Emergency Reserves”, Xin Guang Jiao(New Pantoscope), No. 3, 2010.
48. ”Why are Somalian Pirates Difficult to tackle ” ? China Business News, July 8,2010.
49. ”Is South China Sea China’s Core Interest”? Global Times, October 26,2010.
50. ”China should not Keep aloof  from Canada’s Oilsand”, China Offshore Oil Press,December 17,2010.
51. “It is the Time to Set Up Nansha Energy Development Organization”, Global Times, January 6, 2011.
52. “Iran will not Stop the ‘Uranium Game’”, China Business News, January 19, 2011.
53. “Is ‘Malacca Dilemma’ Over-estimated”? World Military Affairs, No. 5, 2011.
54, “The Opportunities for China’s Outward FDI”, Lian He Zao Bao
(Singapore), April, 21, 2011.
55, “China is responsible for the Security of the Strait of Malacca”, Global Times, June 8, 2011.
56, “Fukushima Nuclear Accident will not Reverse the Development of Global Nuclear Power ”, China Social Sciences Today, March 31,2011.
57. “Foreign Currency Reserve, European Debt Crisis and China’s Strategic Input in Europe”, Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore), November 21, 2011.
58. “Could International Society Stop Iran’s Nuclear Project?”, New Century Weekly, October 29, 2012.
59. “China should contact the Opposition in Venezuela”, Global Times, January 7, 2013.
60. “China’s Options on Maritime Disputes linked to Taiwan in Future”. Takungpao (Hongkong) June 10, 2013.
61. “Resetting of National Interests for China and the US”, China Report Journal, No. 7, 2013.
62. “China should Join ‘Four-Party Regime’ on Mideast Conflict”, Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore), June 27, 2013.
63. “China should tackle SCS disputes with different Approaches”, Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore), April 4, 2012.
64. “War is not the Right Way to Solve Scarborough Shoal Stand-off ”, Global Times, May 15, 2012.
65. “Resolution of SCS Disputes should be linked to the Process of East Asia Integration”, 21st Century Business Herald, May 26, 2012. The answers to the press.
66. “Sea Disputes and the Adjustment of China’s Response”, New World Times (US), December 16,2012.
67. “Seven-Party Roundtable Mechanism: a Recipe to SCS Disputes”, Takungpao  (Hongkong) September 1, 2013.
68. “China’s SCS Policy: No Provocation, No Fear ”, China Social Sciences Today, November 15, 2013.                                                         
69. ”Why does Vietnam Change its South China Sea Policy?”, Lian He Zao Bao (Singapore), November 29, 2013
70. “Can US replace Russia to be EU’s Gas Supplier?”, World Affairs, April 16, 2014, No.8.
71. “Will Ukraine Split further?” China Policy Review, No. 5, 2014.
72. “Building ‘Marine Silk Road’: an Activator to Solve SCS Disputes”, World Affairs, May 16, 2014, No 17.
73. “US Perspective on SCS: Not Core Interests, But need Rebalancing”, Takungpao (Hongkong) , May 26, 2014.
74. “China’s Five Options for HD-981 Accident”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), June 17, 2014.
75. “Is Japan Heading Towards Militarism?” Finance Times (Chinese Version), July 2, 2014.
76. “Why Did China Withdraw the Oil Rig Before the Schedule?” Finance Times (Chinese Version), July 21, 2014.
77. “China Should Actively Mitigate the SCS Tension”. Finance Times (Chinese Version), August 11, 2014.
78. “SCS Disputes and Great Power Games”, Outlook China, July 10, 2014, No. 19.
79. “Double Tracks and the Prospect of SCS Disputes”, World Affairs, September 1, 2014, No 17.
80. “Will Closer Japan-India Relationship Change Balance of Power in Asia?” Finance Times (Chinese Version), September 10, 2014.
81. ”Scotland Referendum and Political Compromise in UK”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), September 22, 2014.
82. “What does APEC mean to China?”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), November 12, 2014.
83. “How China should View the Interaction among its Peripheral Countries?”, World Affairs, No. 22, 2014. 
84.” Will Libya Become the Next Somalia?”, World Affairs, No. 23, 2014.
85. “Confidence can help Diplomacy”, China Daily, December 2,2014.
86. “China’s Proposal of Dual-Track in SCS”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), December 8, 2014.
87. “OBOR and its Diplomatic Risks", Finance Times (Chinese Version), December 30, 2014.
88. “Emerging Diplomacy of Xi Style”, China. org.cn, December 31,2014.
89. “China Should not Overestimate the Strategic Significance of Latin America”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), January 21, 2014.
90.”China Needs An Asian Version Great Power Diplomacy ”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), February 9, 2015.
91.”The Decline in Oil Prices, Where is Mexico Energy Reform Going?”,
World Affairs, No. 4, 2015.  
92. “What the Implication of China's position paper on PH-initiated arbitration case over South China Sea dispute”, Social Outlook, No. 2, 2015.
93. “Five Asian Powers Diplomacy in OBOR Framework”, World Affairs, No. 6, 2015.
94. “China’s Foreign Policy Should Response to OBOR Strategy”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), March 9, 2015.
95. “Premier’s Media Release, Domestic Talks Deliver Firm Message”, China. org.cn, December 16, 2015.
96. “China needs great power diplomacy in Asia”, the Diplomat, March 12,2015.
97. “China-Burma Kokang Dilemma is a Problem of Governance”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), March 30, 2015.
98. “Why China shouldn’t get too Invested in Latin America”, the Diplomat, March 31,2015.
99.
How China Can Perfect Its 'Silk Road' Strategy”, the Diplomat, April 9,2015.
100. ”The Problems With China's Foreign Policy Bureaucracy”, the Diplomat, April 17,2015.
101. “How to Fix China’s Foreign Policy”, the Diplomat, April 18, 2015.
102. “Maritime Silk Road Requires China’s New Strategy in SCS”, South Reviews, No. 9 2015.
103. “Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?” the Diplomat, May 20,2015.
104. “China Should Accelerate its Adjustment on SCS”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), April 27, 2015.
105. “The Countdown China-US to China-US Military Conflicts in SCS is Far From its Final Hours”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), May 27, 2015.
106. “AIIB and the China Dreams Coming with it”, Social Outlook, No. 5, 2015.

107.
“China Should Adjust Its South China Sea Policy“, the Diplomat, June 8, 2015.
108. “The US and China Won't See Military Conflict Over the South China Sea”, the Diplomat, June 19, 2015.
109. “SCS Disputes or Will Cool Down?”, South Reviews, No. 13, 2015.
110. “China Should Reshape its International Discourse System, Finance Times (Chinese Version), June 29, 2015.
111. “Peace is Consensus Among Great Power”, China. org.cn, June 30,2015.
112. “ASEAN Community Development, the Dynamics in Asia-Pacific”, World Affairs, No. 13, 2015.
113. “What AIIB Means to the World”, Chinese Social Sciences Today, July 16, 2015.
114. “China Should not Misread Philippine Again”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), June 28, 2015.
115. “Indicator of China’s Rising, Power or Influence”, China and World Affairs, May, 2015.
116. “OBOR and China’s Foreign Policy Adjustment”, Southern Metropolis Daily, August 19, 2015.
117. “How Neighboring Countries’ View OBOR”, Southern Metropolis Daily, September 13, 2015.
118. “Explaining China
s new Commitments on the South China Sea”, the Diplomat, September 11, 2015.
119. “The Traps in China’s Further Rising”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), October 8, 2015.
120. “US Vessel Entering 12nm, What Should China Do?”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), October 28, 2015.
121. “OBOR and the Future of China-Japan Relationship”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), November 23, 2015.
122. “China's Potential Pitfalls #1: The Environment”, the Diplomat, November 10, 2015.
123. “China's Potential Pitfalls #2: The Limitations of China’s Political and Economic Models”, the Diplomat, November 11, 2015.
124. “China's Potential Pitfalls #3: Core Values”, the Diplomat, November 12, 2015.
125. “China's Potential Pitfalls #4: Splittist Forces”, the Diplomat, November 13, 2015.
126. “China's Potential Pitfalls #5: The United States”, the Diplomat, November 14, 2015.
127. ”SCS Disputes should not Affect China-ASEAN Cooperation, No. 17, Globe, August 19 2015.
128. “Substantial Cooperation in SCS to Promote Maritime Silk Road”, Social Outlook, No. 9, 2015.
129. “OBOR is a New Type Great Power Strategy”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), December 14, 2015.
130. “2015
the Year of Diplomatic Achievement with Xi’s Style”, China. org.cn, December 30,2015.
131. “A Preview of China-Southeast Asia Relations in 2016”, the Diplomat, January 8, 2016.
132. “The List of China’s Maritime Rising Interests, China-US has different opinions”, ifeng think tank, China’s Maritime Rising Series Report 2, January 11, 2016.
133. “China’s Neighboring Diplomacy Strategy”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), January 11, 2016.
134. “China’s Middle East Perception, Concentrating on Economy According to its Capability”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), January 11, 2016.
135. “US Vessels closing to Triton Island, A Planned Trap?”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), February 2, 2016.
136. “Japan’s Declining Place in Chinese Diplomacy”, the Diplomat, March 16, 2016.
137. “China’s Voice in Premier Media Release”, China. org.cn, March 17, 2016.
138. “A blueprint for China’s Neighbourhood Diplomacy”, the Diplomat, March 30, 2016.
149. “How to Achieve China-EU Win-win Cooperation Under OBOR?”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), March 31, 2016.
140. “China-Thai Railway Project Bumps, What Should China do?”, World Affairs, No. 10, 2016.  
141. “Feasibility, profitability shouldn’t be ignored in assessing Thai-Chinese rail”, Global Times, April 5, 2016.
142. “A Letter to Obama”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), May 19, 2016.
143. “Brexit, Blooding?, An Analysis of the World’s Separation and Integration”, World Affairs, No. 13, 2016.  
144. “Singapore Model and Chinese Way: Reference and Innovation, China and World Affairs, 2016.
145. “US is the trader behind the PH-initiated Arbitrational Case, Global Times, June 23, 2016.
146. “Both US and China Require Self-examining in SCS”, 21ccom.net, June 29, 2016.
147. “Is ASEAN Interest Higher Than Its Member States’ National Interest?”, World Affairs, No. 16, 2016.
148. “Eight Questions in SCS Disputes”, Strategic Studies, 2016.
159. “The Flaws in SCS Arbitrational Case”, China Times (Taiwan), July 25, 2016.
150. “The Ruling of Arbitrational Case has deviated from international mainstream”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), July 28, 2016.
151. “The Future of China's Diplomacy in the Middle East, the Diplomat, July29, 2016.
152. “Working with ASEAN to build community of common destiny is Beijing’s priority” , Global times, July 31, 2016.
153. “How the US misjudged the South China Sea ,Part I”, the Diplomat, August 4,2016.
154. “How the US misjudged the South China Sea ,Part II”, the Diplomat, August 5,2016.
155. “Arbitrational Case in SCS will not Change Dual-track Resolution”, World Affairs, No. 16, 2016.
156. “Why Singapore Choose to Take Side in SCS Issue?”, Finance Times (Chinese Version), August 19, 2016.
157. “The Legal Defects of SCS Ruling”, IPP Review, September 16, 2016.

 

 
(Updated Oct. 9, 2016)