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FENG Shaolei


Prof. FENG Shaolei

Dean, School of Advanced International and Area Studies (SAIAS)(2004-2015)

Director, Centre for Co-development with Neighboring Countries(CCNC)

Director, Center for Russian Studies(CRS, MOE Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences)


Prof. FENG Shaoleiismember of the Valdai Club 7-Person International Advisory Board, member of the international editorial board for World Economy and International Relations and Свободная мысль, member of the Committee of Social Sciences in the charge of Chinese Ministry of Education. His other social positions include: Vice Secretary-General of China National Association for International Studies, Vice President of Shanghai Institute for European Studies, Vice-President of China Association for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies,Vice Secretary-General of Society for European Studies of China, Vice President of Society for International Strategy Research (Shanghai), Vice President of Shanghai Association for Foreign Friends. His major research fields are Russian Politics, diplomacy, social transition; great power relations; international politics theories.


Professor FENG Shaolei has launched and organized various important domestic and international conferences. Meanwhile, he has been in charge of state or international research projects such as “Research on Hearing of Witnesses System”, “Comparison between European Integration and Asia-Pacific Integration”, “Emergence of Eurasianism in Russia and its Global Influence”, “Russia-U.S.-China Trilateral Relations since 911”,“Europe-USA-Russia Trilateral Relations and Studies on Neo-Empire”, “Research on Non-traditional Sino-Russian Security Cooperation” etc.


Professor FENG Shaolei has issued over 100 academic papers and published many works. He is author of 3 monographs and 1 translation, chief editor or first author of 8 books, co-author of 2 books. Among them, Domestic Transition and Foreign Relations: Russia since 1992 was awarded the first prize at the 3rd Session of Outstanding Achievements in National Higher Education by MOE. A Series of Transition Era was awarded the second prize at the 8th Session of Shanghai Municipal Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievements.






Main Publications


System Transition and International Relations, International Culture Press, Nov 1999.

Edited Books (Chief Editor)

Causes and Reflections on the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Shishi Press, Nov 2013.

Intellectual History and International Politics, Shanghai Cishu Press, Sep 2012.

Russia-U.S.-Europe Relations under Construction and Neo-Empire Studies, East China Normal University Press, Sep 2010.

The EU: the Emerging Global Actor, East China Normal University Press, Oct 2009.

Papers Published Abroad

The Historic Development of Eurasia’s Regional Structure, Eurasian Integration---the View from Within, Edited by Piotr Dutkiewicz and Richard Sakwa,Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, ISBN: 978-1-138-77897-9 (hbk), 2015.

Looking towards the Future an Eye to the Past: Russian-Chinese Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region, Russia in Global Affairs, Vol. 11, 2013.

Реальное и виртуальное в миривой политике, ЛИКИ СИЛИПод редалцией С.А.Сараканова, Moscow, 2013.

Reflections on the Future of Shanghai Cooperation Organization: An Overview after Ten Years, ECNU Review, East China Normal University Press, 2012.

Essai d’interprétation de la relation sino-européenne,Temps Croises II, Edition de la Maison des Sciences de L’ homme in Paris, p.p. 147-164, 2010.

China-US-Russia Trilateral Relations and the Restructuring of the Global Order, Sino-American Relations,Publisher group: Ashgate in Macau, p.p.127-140,2010.

Chinese-Russian Strategic Relations: Central Asia Angle, Islam, Oil and Geopolitics,United State’s Rowman & Littlefield, Spring 2007.

Russia and Contemporary East Asia: Also on the Interaction of Sino- Russia-Japan Trilateral Relations in the Early Twenty-First Century, Slavic Research Centre, Hokkaido, Japan, Jun 2007.

Understanding US Unilateralism and Its Impact on East Asia, Global Change, Peace & Security Vol.17, No.3, Oct 2005.