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It was chaired by Gulf Studies Programme co-ordinator at QU College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Dr Khaled Almezaini; assistant professor at CAS Department of International Affairs Dr Imad Mansour, PKU Boya chair professor and Institute of International and Strategic Studies president Prof Wang Jisi; and PKU Qatar chair in Middle Eastern Studies, IISS senior research fellow, Department of Arabic Language and Culture deputy director and Institute of Arab-Islamic Studies director Prof Wu Bingbing.
Jisi's post, as a professor and head of the International Institute and Strategic Studies at 'Peking' University.
In this sense, Wang Jisi argues that the "march west" strategy of China will help recalibrate and build a "more balanced" relationship with the United States.
For more about his ethnographical studies of Yuan Zaju as "sacrificial drama" (saishi engeki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), see Tanaka Issei, Zhongguo jisi xiju yanjiu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], trans.
Wang Jisi, Dean of Peking University's School of International Studies argues sustained Chinese growth requires a stable relationship with the United States.
(75.) Kenneth Lieberthal & Jisi Wang, Addressing U.S.-China Strategic Distrust 10 (John L.
(50) Wang Jisi as quoted in Korea Herald, Seoul, February 24, 2010; Kenneth Lieberthal and Wang Jisi, "Addressing U.S.-China Strategic Distrust," Brookings Institution, March 30, 2012.
and Chinese leaders described by Kenneth Lieberthal and Wang Jisi is certainly real.
(2.) In addition to Professor Gao Bai's article, Professor Wang Jisi of the School of International Relations, Peking University, recently published [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Westward: The Rebalancing of Chinas Geostrategy], [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Global Times], 17 October 2012.
These are described in 2012 in Addressing Strategic Distrust, a Brookings Institution dialogue written jointly by Kenneth Lieberthal and Wang Jisi. The long-time eminences of Sino-American relations observe that despite 60 official "dialogues," elaborate economic work-programs, regular presidential summits and consultations, the central feature of the official US -China relations is "that strategic distrust is growing on both sides and that this perception can, if it festers, create a self-fulfilling prophecy of overall mutual antagonism."