Outside Powers and the Middle East Governance
发布时间: 2017-08-01 浏览次数: 226


书名:Outside Powers and the Middle East Governance

作者:邹志强、舒梦 主编






ZOU Zhiqiang, Ph.D. in international relations,Assistant Professor of the Middle East Studies Institute (MESI) of Shanghai International Studies University; Postdoctoral research fellow in political science at Fudan University, China. He was an academic visitor to School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at University of London in 2015.

SHU Meng, Ph.D. in diplomacy, Assistant Professor of the Middle East Studies Institute (MESI) of Shanghai International Studies University, China; editor of the Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. Prior to joining the MESI, she was an op-ed reporter at the opiniondepartment of Global Times. In 2015, Shu visited Israel as a visiting scholarat Moshe Dayan Center of Tel Aviv university.



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