From September 1983 to July 1987, he majored in international politics, obtained a bachelor of law degree, Fudan University.
From September 1987 to July 1990, he obtained a master's degree in international relations, Fudan University.
From September 1995 to December 1998, he majored in international relations and obtained a doctor of law degree, Fudan University.
1990-1993, assistant professor, department of international politics, Fudan University
1993-1998, lecturer, department of international politics, Fudan University.
1998 to 2
003, associate professor, Department of international politics, Fudan University.
Since 2004, Professor, Department of international politics, Fudan University.
From 2009 to now, Professor, School of international relations and public affairs, Fudan University.
From 1998 to 2000, deputy director of international politics department of Fudan University.
From 2000 to 2003, vice president of the school of international relations and public affairs, Fudan University.
From 2004 to 2008, Dean of Department of international politics, Fudan University.
From 2007 to 2009, vice president of Fudan University Institute of international studies.
Since 2004, deputy director of European research center of Fudan University.
Since 2012, Dean of the school of international relations and public affairs of Fudan University.
Since 2018, he has been a member of the Standing Committee of the Party committee and vice president of Fudan University.
He has been a visiting scholar in Harvard University, Durham University, Paris School of Political Science, Lund University, and many other internationally renowned universities. He has also served as vice president of China institute of international relations, published dozens of papers in top journals at home and abroad, and also served as editorial board member and consultant of Asia Europe Journal, Hague Journal of Geography, Pacific Review and other international top academic journals. He was one of the most outstanding scholars in the field of European research in China.
China, the United States and Europe: cooperation and competition in the new trilateral relations
China's reforms and International political economy
International political economy and China's globalization
Introduction to diplomatic negotiations
Integration of EU foreign policy
International relations in the era of Globalization
A study on the strategy of great powers
Joseph Nye's fears and admonitions to the Trump administration were justified. If Trump's government and China confronted each other in an all-round way, then the two economic powers in the world today would be likely to take the road of mutual dismantling and fighting. Through the mutual visits of the two heads of state in April and November 2017, China and the United States confirmed the main tone of cooperation. This was undoubtedly conducive to the joint efforts of China and the United States to contribute to the prosperity and stability of the world, and the anxiety about the "Thucydides trap" and "Goldberg trap" has been largely resolved. However, deep thinking on the proposition of "Goldberg trap" showed that there were still many misunderstandings in western scholars' world outlook.
Like Scotland, both Wales and Northern Ireland have local councils, but they have much less independent legislative power than the Scottish Parliament. Once the Scottish Parliament gains more legislative power, the asymmetry between Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will further increase. Under the impact of the Scottish referendum, it is natural for Wales and Northern Ireland to strive for greater local autonomy compared with Scotland.