Xing Guangcheng

China

Director of the Institute of Chinese Borderland Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

He is also professor at Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.   

Research interests: relations between China and the Central Asian countries; relations between China and Russia; relations between Chinese neighboring countries and Chinese borderland.

Books: The strategic decisions of the high-ranking top leaders of the Soviet Union in 70 years - from Lenin to Gorbachev (1998); The relations between China and the new independent Central Asian countries (1996); The rise of the Central Asia (1993); Medvedev and Putin - the combination of the sovereign power (2009).ranking leaders of the Soviet Union for 70 years: from Lenin to Gorbachev (1998); China and Central Asia: Towards a New Relationship; Security Issues in China with Central Asian States (1998); The relations between China and new independent central Asian countries (1996); Rising Central Asia (1993).

Materials

SCO Summit: Towards Regional Integration and New World Order
13.06.2017
Within the framework of the SCO, China continues to promote the One Belt, One Road initiative to develop business cooperation with interested countries and cooperation in the Eurasian economic space,

Expert: 
Xing Guangcheng
Valdai Index: Russia’s Political System Should Draw a Careful Attention
12.11.2012
Valdai discussion club has presented ‘Russia Development Index 2011/2012’, which is of great academic value, and which reflects, at large, key opinions of international experts of various countries on

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Xing Guangcheng
Tourism is the Best Way to Promote Interaction Between the Russian and Chinese…
04.04.2012
Russia is third in the world in terms of the number of its citizens who travel abroad. China is second. In 2011, some 235,000 Chinese nationals visited Russia, which was 48% higher than in 2010.

Expert: 
Xing Guangcheng
The Diplomatic Wisdom of Prime Minister Putin
29.02.2012
Unlike Western politicians, Putin does not perceive the development of China as a strategic threat. He clearly states that Chinese economic growth is not a threat to Russia, but rather, that Russia

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Xing Guangcheng