Ten Years of SCO Process and China- Central Asia Relations

Monday, February 14, 2011
12:00 pm
Room 1219 International Affairs Building

Please join the Harriman Institute for a talk by Dr. PAN Guang.

Dr. PAN Guang is Vice Chairman and Professor of Shanghai Center for International Studies and the Academic Director of Institute of European and Asian Studies at Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Director of SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) Studies Center in Shanghai, Dean of Center of Jewish Studies Shanghai (CJSS) and Vice President of Chinese Association of Middle East Studies. He published books and articles on a variety of topics such as “The Jews in China”, “The Jews in Asia: Comparative Perspective”, “2003: US War on Iraq”, “From Silk Road to ASEM: 2000 Years of Asia-Europe Relations”, “A Comprehensive Studies on Shanghai Cooperation Organization”, "Contemporary International Crises”, “China’s Success in the Middle East”, “China’s Anti-terror Strategy”, “Islam and Confucianism: the Development of Chinese Islam”, “China’s Energy Strategy”, “China’s Policy on AF/PAK” and so on.