Chinese PhD candidate Zhao Siyang has published an article in ‘World Economics and Politics’
News from Mar 30, 2016
The Graduate School of Global Politics (GSGP) is always working with some of the brightest and most influential students in the field. As further evidence of this fact, one of our PhD candidates Zhao Siwang has recently been published in the Chinese-language journal World Economics and Politics (世界经济与政治).
Siwang who also is a joint doctoral student at the School of International Studies at Jinan University, Guangzhou, wrote an article titled “The Analogy and Interpretation to the Pre-Qin Chinese Thoughts of Foreign Relations in the Republican Period”. This article sought to bring to attention the theories of international relations developed during ancient China’s ‘Warring States’ and ‘Spring and Autumn’ periods, and how they have been used in a more modern context. Specifically, it focused on how these theories were applied during the Republican period of China in the first decades of the 20th century.
This article illustrates that throughout history, international relations and global politics have played a major role. At the GSGP we seek to nurture the next generation of great diplomats, politicians, thinkers and leaders. Find our more here: www.cgp-phd.org