Institute for Foreign Policy Studies
LONG Jing is current the Deputy Director of the Center for European Studies of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies. She joined in the Institutes in 2008, after she finished a two-year Sino-French program and got her Ph.D. in International Relationship at East China Normal University. Then she devoted three years in public diplomacy by working in China-United States Exchange Foundation, which was founded and guided by Mr. Tung Chee-hwa, former Hong Kong chief executive.
After finishing her tenure in Hong Kong, she worked as Deputy Director of the Department of Research Management and International Exchange in SIIS and then Deputy Director of the Center for European Studies.
Her research fields are Sino-European relationship, European Integration, Cooperative mechanism of China and CEECs, Belt and Road Initiative, etc. Academic achievements include:
The Role of the EU at the UN, Contemporary World, No.12, 2007;
Changing Geopolitics & Central and East Europe, Russian, Central Asian & East European Studies, No.2 2008;
Relations between China and CEE Countries: Development, Challenges and Recommendations, China International Studies, No. 48, September/October 2014;
Cooperation between China and CEE countries: features, significance and prospect, Diplomacy (Bulgaria), January 2015;
Opportunities and Challenges of the Belt and Road Initiative in Central and Eastern Europe, International Review, No. 3, 2016; etc.