Bo Wang
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Bo Wang has been a Professor in Middle East Research Institute at Shanghai International Studies University since 2005. Prior to working in SHISU, he worked in Wuhan University and Anhui University successively. From 2005 to 2006, he was selected as the Fulbright research scholar to do research for one year in Georgetown University in the US.



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Great Powers and Middle East, Middle East Politics


Politics and Culture


Ph.D., Wuhan University, 1999

M.A., San Diego State University, 1995

M.A., Beijing Normal University, 1986

B.A., Anhui University, 1983



1. Research on Middle East Kurds, Beijing: Current Affairs Press, 2013.

2. Relations between Middle East and Big Powers, Beijing: Current Affairs Press, 2014.

3. The EU’s Foreign Policys to the Middle East, Beijing: Current Affairs Press, 2009.

4. The Iraq War and Post-war Reconstruction under US Middle East Strategy, Beijing: Current Affairs Press, 2005.

5. US New World Order Foreign Policy after the Cold War: Theory and Practice, Beijing: Current Affairs Press, 2005.

6. An Analysis on American Foreign Policy through Political Culture, Wuhan: Hubei People’s Press, 2001.

7. Perspective of Modern American Culture, Hefei: Anhui University Press, 1997.


61. The Influence of the British Muslim’s Political Participation on the Britain’s Middle East Policy, Tongji University Journal, N0.2, 2016.

60. Political Demand, Participation and Impact of the German Muslims, Religion and American Society, Volume 11, October 2015.

59. Reflections on the Issue of ISIS, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, No.3, 2015

58. Research on the Natures and Inner Structure of the Muslim Extremism in West Europe, International Review, No. 4, 2015.

57. Research on the Origin of the Islamic Extremism in the West Europe Muslim Group, Arab World Studies, No.2, 2015.

56. The Gulf Regional Cooperation after the Cold War, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, No.3, 2014.

55. The Conflict among the Middle East Religious Geopolitical Structures, International Review, No. 3, 2014.

54. Research on the Political Parties in the Syria Kurds, Arab World Studies, No.1, 2014.

53. Research on Energy Cooperation between EU and GCC, Arab World Studies, No.5, 2013.

52. Study on the Current US Strategic Adjustment in the Middle East, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, No.1, 2013.

51. The Reformation and Revelation of the US Security System, Studies of the International Security, No.3, 2013.

50. The Influence of Climatic Change on the Gulf Countries, Arab World Studies, No.3, 2012.

49. A Research on the Causes of Turkey-Israel Discord, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, No.1, 2012.

48. US’s Current Middle East Strategic Adjustment, International Review, No. 2, 2011.

47. Analysis on the recent discord relations between Turkey and Israel, International Review, No. 4, 2011.

46. Iraqi political transformation in the post reconstruction time: centralization or local autonomy? Foreign Affairs Review, No. 2, 2011.

45. Research on the reasons that led to the relations changing between Turkey and Iran, Arabian World Studies, No. 3, 2011.

44. The Imagine and Effort of Iran to establish the “Sub-region” security order in the Persian Gulf, Tongji University Journal, No. 6, 2010.

43. The Political Perspective of the Iraqi Kurds after the US Military Retreat, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, No.2, 2010.

42. The Kurds Problem Facing Turkey in Its Entering EU Process, International Review, No.4, 2010

41. The New Crisis of the Kurds Separatism in Iraq Post-Reconstruction Era, Arab World Studies, No.3, 2010.

40. The Conflict between US and Iran in Designing the Persian Gulf Security Order, West Asia and Africa, No.9, 2009.

39. The Religious and Political Influence of the Rising “Shiite Crescent” in the Gulf Region, Arab World Studies, No.1, 2009.

38. The influence of the US Christian Right Wing on the Middle East Policy of the US, International Review, No.2, 2009.

37. An Analysis on the Perspective for Establishing the Persian Gulf Sub-regional Security Order, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, October 2008.

36. An Analysis of the Crucial Cause and the Solution Way for the Conflict between US and Iran, Foreign Affairs Review, No.4, 2008.

35. “EU and Middle East Regional Economic Cooperation”, Arab World Studies, No.1, 2008.

34. “A Comparative Analysis on the Democratic Values Contained in Islamic and Western Cultures”, Journal of Hui Muslim Minority Studies, No.1, 2008.

33. “Development of Iraq’s Political Parties in Post-war Rebuilding”, West Asia and Africa, No.4, 2007.

32. “Analysis on the US-Europe Assumption of the Middle East Sub-regional Security Order”, International Review, No.4, 2007

31. “The Iraq War and the New Iran-Iraq Relations”, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (in Asia), Vol. 1, September 2007.

30. “International Cooperation Study: Contestation from Schools, Achievements and Limits”, Wuhan University Journal, No. 3, 2007.

29. “A Comparative Analysis on the Democratic Values Contained in Islamic and Western Cultures”, Arab World Studies, No.2, 2007.

28. “The Chang and the Development of the Kurdish Separatism Tendency after the Iraq War”, Arab World Studies, No.5, 2006.

27. “An Analysis of US’s Policy Setback in Iraq’s Political Reconstruction after Iraq War”, International Review, No.3, 2006.

26. “Analysis on Iran’s Foreign Policy to Iraq after the Iraq War”, Arab World Studies, No.2, 2006.

25. “Changes in Turkey-US and Turkey-EU Relations in Pre and Post Iraq War Periods”, West Asia and Africa, No., 2006.

24. “Analysis on the Role of EU in Resolving Palestine-Israel Conflict in Future”, Wuhan University Journal, No.3, 2006.

23. “The Interior Relations between Turkey and EU after the Second Iraq War”, International Review, No3, 2005.

22. “The Establishment and the Development of the Relations between EU and Bay Area”, Arab World Studies, No.3, 2005.

21. “The British Foreign Policy in the European Integration”, WuhanUniversity Journal, No.2, 2005.

20. “France Foreign Policy to Iraq after the Gulf War”, France Studies, No.2, 2004.

19. “The US Idea of the Economic Geopolitics in the 21st Century”, Tongji University Journal, No.5, 2004. 

18. “A New Exploring on the Neo-neo Functionalism”, Wuhan University Journal, No.3, 2004.

17. ”The Origin of the Idea of the New World Order in US Foreign Policy after the Cold War”, Wuhan University Journal, No.3, 2003.

16. “The Foreign Policy of France in the Former Yugoslavian Crisis”, French Studies, No.1, 2003.

15. “The Political Cultural Tradition in US Neo-Hegemonic Foreign Policy”, World History, No.1, 2002.

14. “American Neo-Liberal Isolationism: Foreign Policy Concepts”, Wuhan University Journal, No.1, 2002.

13. The Adjustment of the France Foreign Policy after the Cold War, French Studies, No.1, 2002.

12. “The US-EU Foreign Policy Cooperation Model in the Post Cold War Era”, World Economics and Politics, No.4, 2001.

11. “US Supporting the Integration of Western Europe: Motive Analysis”, Wuhan University Journal, No.3, 2001.

10. “Britain’s Attitude to EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy after Cold War”, Wuhan University Journal, No.6, 2000.

9. “The Improvement and Influence of France on the Development of EU in the Post Cold War Era”, French Studies No2, 2000.

8. “An Attempt to Construct the Theoretical Frame of Political Culture”, CASS Journal of Political Science, No.1, 2000.

7. “Research on Foreign Policy: Theory Value and Practical Significance”, Wuhan University Journal, No.1, 2000.

6. “The Influence of Christianity on the Establishment of Sino-US Diplomatic Relation”, Studies in World’s Religious, No.2, 1999.

5. “1872 Chinese Education Delegation Visiting US: Diplomatic Practice and Meaning”, Wuhan University Journal, No.3, 1999.

4. “Peter Parker and US Early Diplomacy to China”, Anhui University Journal, No.3, 1999.

3. “An Analyses on the Cause of the Cold War”, Anhui University Journal, No.6, 1997.

2. “Yong Wing and the Diplomacy of Early Modern China”, Anhui University Journal, No.6, 1996.

1. “Cultural Implication of the Missionaries’ Behavior”, Aahui University Journal, No.6, 1995.


Taught “International relations theory”, “Big powers and Middle East”.


Fluent in Chinese and English