#03 – Mutual Suspicions: the China-India-Pakistan Triangle

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November, 08 2010

Prof. Dr. Chris Colley
Instructor, Renmin University, School of International Studies
Prof. Dr. CHENG Xiaohe 成晓河
Associate Professor, Renmin University, School of International Studies

Speaker Biographies

CHENG Xiaohe serves as Associate Professor at the School of International Studies, Renmin University of China. His main research focuses lie in the fields of China’s foreign relations in general and China’s relations with neighboring countries in particular. Prof. CHENG once worked for the Institute of Contemporary International Studies for some years and served as a visiting research fellow at the Fairbank of Harvard University (1997-1998). He also taught China’s Politics & Foreign Policies in Dublin College University (2007) and China’s Foreign Relations at University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (2009). His published  articles mainly cover China’s relations with the Korean Peninsula and the Indian subcontinent. Dr. Cheng did his undergraduate work in international politics at Fudan University, Shanghai, and earned his doctorate in political science from Boston University.

Chris Colley has lived in China since 2002 and graduated from Renmin University with a Master’s Degree where he studied the modernization of the Chinese Navy. His articles on China have been published by the New York Times, Washington Post and Reuters. In 2008 he was a visiting Scholar at Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch, South Africa. He has consulted on numerous research reports including one for Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) on Chinese oil companies in Africa. He has also lectured on the Chinese military at the graduate level and to the Foreign Military Attache Corps at the Beijing Military Attache’s Club. Since 2008 he has been based at Renmin University’s School of International Studies where he currently teaches a course on China’s relations with India.

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