Xuming Qian
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Xuming Qian, Associate Professor of the Middle East Studies Institute, Research Fellow of Israel Studies center, Shanghai International Studies University. He is also the Research Fellow of Korean Studies Center at School of International Relations and Public Affair, Fudan University. He did postdoctoral research at Fudan University (2011.6-2014.6). He is the academic adviser to the Center for Middle East Peace Studies, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He is the Editorial Board Members inAmerican Journal of Modern Energy(AJME).

His Research field is International Relations of Middle East, Islam and International Relations, Energy Policy, Chinese Foreign Policy and Strategy, Sino-U.S. Relations, Middle East Energy Relations. He has published 2 books and more than 30 articles in the journal, and several of his papers were published in the leading Journals in China. 

He also taught at Shanghai International Studies University, offering instruction in Asian and Middle East International Relations, as well as courses on Islam and anti-terrorism policy; Religion, Middle East Hot Issues.




Research Faculty of Middle East Studies Institute, Shanghai International Studies University (Dec. 2012 –Now)

Visiting Scholar, Georgetown University (Feb. 2015 – Feb. 2016)

Visiting Scholar, Center for Asian Studies, American University (Jan. 2013 - April 2013)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University (July 2011-July. 2014)



1, One Belt and One Road Initiatives and China-Middle East Energy cooperation, Shish Press, 2015.12.

2, A Study on the US International Energy Strategy: A Perspective from Energy of Geopolitics, Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2013.3.

3, Drive the Future: The New Energy program Management, Chinese Economy Press, 2014.8


1. The US Policy toward Iraq: A Perspective from Religious Conflict, Rligious and American Sciety, Vol 9, 11, 2014.

2. An Analysis on the Religious Geopolitics of Syria, Religious and American Society, 2014, 9.

3. The Base of “the Silk Road Economic Belt and the Marine Silk Road” Strategy: China and the Middle East Energy Cooperation, Arab World Studies, 2014, 3.

4. China and Middle East Economic Relations: Present and Countermeasure, Theoretical Horizon, 2013, 11.

5. Chinese Green Environment Policy: Theory and Practice, Advanced Materials Research,Vols. 869-870,Trans Tech Publications, 2014.

6. Constructing the 21st Century Sino-US New Major Power RelationsFudan International Relation Review, 2013,12.

7. The New Characters of Sino-US Relations--An Aspect from geo-analysis, the journal of Beijing University, 2008, 5.

8. The Theoretical Analysis on Changes of US Middle East Energy Strategy, Arab World Studies , 2012, 6.

9.  The U.S. Geo-Energy Strategy and Its Perspectives in The Caspian Sea Region-Target, Strategy, Means and Perspective, Fudan American Review, 2008,1 .

10. A study on the Chinese Green Politics in Practice, the 6th e-trade International Forum, May. 3, 2011.

11. The Middle East in the International Energy System, Arab World Studies , 2013, 5.

12. The Chinese Energy Security Problem and trend, the None-traditional Security blue book, Beijing: Social Science Academic Press, May.3 2012.

13. The Logic of U.S. Energy Hegemony, FUDAN AMERICAN REVIEW, 2012/2Gen. No. 15.

14. Chinese Energy Security: problems and Trend, the blue book of None-traditional security, Beijing: Social Science academic Press, 2012. 5.

15. The Global Energy Diplomatic Environment and Chinese Energy Strategy, WTO and China, Foreign Trade University Press, Oct. 2009. 


Academic adviser to the Center for Middle East Peace Studies, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

The Editorial Board Members in American Journal of Modern Energy (AJME).