Meng Shu
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Meng Shu is a postdoctoral fellow at the Middle East Studies Institute (MESI) of Shanghai International Studies University. Prior to joining the MESI, she was an op-ed reporter at the opinion department of Global Times, an English daily newspaper based Beijing, focusing on opinion articles and comments on the Middle East and South Asia. She spent eight months at the department for foreign exchanges at Chinese Institutes for International Studies as an intern program officer in 2011. In 2012, she graduated from Shanghai Institutes for International Studies with master degree in international politics. In 2015, through the China-Israeli governmental scholarship program, Shu visited Israeli as a visiting Ph.D. candidate at Moshe Dayan Center of Tel Aviv university. In 2016, she graduated Shanghai International Studies University with a Ph.D. in diplomacy.




Middle East politics, China’s Middle East policies


Ph.D., Shanghai International Studies University, 2016

M.A., Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, 2012

B.A., Shanghai Maritime University, 2009


1. “Sino-Arab Relationship under the Framework of China-Arab Cooperation Forum”, published on West Asia and Africa in Chinese in June 2014

2. “Prioritizing Management on China’s Diplomatic Resource”, published on World Outlook in Chinese in September 2014

3. “Deviation and Regression of the Value  Thoughts on R2P after the Libya War”, published on International Relations Studies in Chinese in June 2014

4. “Discussions on the Eliminating and Controlling of the Public Risks in Cyberspace” was listed in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Social Science & Humanities (CPCI-SSH) (ISSHP) of ISI Web of Science

5. “Nationality Law disregards contribution of Israel’s Arab citizens”, published on Global Times onDecember 25, 2014

6. “Strongman politics may be most practical option in wake of chaos”, published on Global Times on June 23, 2014

7. “Cold War mentality surfaces in Aussie-US talks”, published on Global Times on November 15, 2012


Fluent in English and Cantonese