SU Ping

Position at Tongji University, Shanghai: Assistant Professor

Academic Background:

Assistant Professor, 2009-present

Ph.D. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2006-2009(International Relations)

M.A. Wuhan University, 2003-2006(International Relations)

B.A. Wuhan University,1997-2001

Professional Experience:

Visiting Scholar, John’s Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies-SAIS (2013-2014)

Visiting Scholar, Fridtjof Nansen Institute, (2014)

Research Fellow, Tongji University (since 2009)

Academic Committee Member: Bulletin of International Studies on the Polar Regions

Main Research Interests:

International Relations, Arctic politics and security, China’s Arctic policy, Climate and security in the Arctic, Asian and Nordic relations, Maritime Security.

Major Publications

‘Developing China’s Arctic Policy: Myths and Misconception’, Journal of China and International Relations, 2015.

‘Arctic Competition In the Angle of Game Theory,’ Journal of Tongji University, 2013.

‘The Impact Assessment of Climate Change on Arctic Security Environment,’ Report for China Polar Research Center and China Ocean Administration, 2012.

‘New Characters of Arctic Security Environment and its Impact on China,’ Report for China Polar Research Center and China Ocean Administration, 2014.

‘Risks of Arctic Exploitation and its Impact,’ Chinese Social Sciences Today, 2014.

Translation, International Cooperation and Arctic Governance: Regime Effectiveness and Northern Region Building, Chapter Six.

‘The Analysis on National Behavior from Hierarchal Needs,’ Journal of Wuhan University, 2009. 2.

‘The New Angle of View on US Foreign Policy,’ Journal of Graduate Institute of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2009. 3.

‘Honor in International Relations,’ European Journal, 2009. 2.