Weilie Zhu
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BIO

Weilie Zhu is a Distinguished Professor at the Middle East Studies Institute of Shanghai International Studies University. He is a Member of Social Sciences Council at Chinese Ministry of Education, Director of the Middle Eastern Studies Think Tank, Director of the Center for China-Arab States Cooperation Forum Studies, Distinguished Professor.

CONTACT

Email: zwlie@shisu.edu.cn

Tel: 0086 21 35373283

POSITIONS

Member of Social Sciences Council at Chinese Ministry of Education

Director of the Middle Eastern Studies Think Tank at MESI

Director of the Center for China-Arab States Cooperation Forum Studies

EXPERTISE AREAS

Hot issues of the Middle East, Sino-Arab relations

RESEARCH INTEREST

Arab humanities and social sciences

EDUCATION

Beijing University, Department of Eastern Languages (1960-1965)

Cairo University (Egypt), Visiting Scholar (1978-1980)

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

1.A View at the Middle East from the Far East, Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2000.

2.Strategic Studies on International Cultures, Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2002.

3.“Societies and Cultures of the Modern Middle East,” 8 volumes, editor-in-chief, Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, finished in July 2005

4.A Study of Counter-terrorism in the Middle East, Beijing: Shishi Press, 2010.

TRANSLATION

PatriotismExempt of Identity: A Challenge in the Globalization and in the Crossroad, Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2005.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

1.“The Islamic World in the Crossroad,” Nanjing University Journal, No. 4, 2003.

2.“An Analysis on the Translation of Arabic Works in China in the 20th Century (Arabic)”, collected in the Super Cultural Council, May 2004.

3.“A Comment on the US Middle East Policies”, October Magazine (Arabic), May 12, 2005.

4.“Tracing Back to the Energy Cooperation Policies between China and Its Arab Suppliers”, A Comment on the World Trend in the New Millennia, BeijingL World Knowledge Publishing House, 2005.

5.“Dialogue among Civilizations and the Great Middle East Reform,” World Tendency and the Chinese Peaceful Development, Beijing: World Knowledge Publishing House, 2006. 

6.“Islamic Civilization and the World”, Journal of Strategic Studies, Manama, Bahrain, Summer 2007.

LANGUAGES

Native in Chinese, fluent in Arabic