7thThink Tank Lecture of Shanghai Academy: The North Korean Nuclear Issue and US Policies
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Title: North Korean Nuclear Issue and US Policies

Lecturer: Researcher Fan Jishe

Director of the Strategy Research Office of the Institute of American Studies, CASS, Chief Researcher of the Innovation Program, Executive Chief Editor of Contemporary US Review

Sponsored by: Shanghai Academy

Undertaken by: College of Liberal Arts, Shanghai University,

 Wheat Financial

Time: 16:00, September 27, 2017

Venue: Room BJ103, Baoshan Campus, Shanghai University

About the Think Tank Lecture:

In 2017, Shanghai Academy launched the “Think Tank Lecture” campaign. As a high-end think tank project brand and communication platform that Shanghai Academy works to build, the “Think Tank Lecture” is aimed to further implement the State’s requirements about construction of high-end think tanks, pool wisdom from various sides, and promote the fast development of high-end think tanks. At the “Think Tank Lecture”, experts and scholars from high-end think tanks at home will be regularly invited as lecturers to spread the fruits of think tanks and serve economic and social construction, with the contents of lectures covering a wide range of fields, including economics, politics, culture, science & technologies, society and the international community. Meanwhile, the “Think Tank Lecture” will also be opened to the public through live broadcast online and WeChat, so as to advance the spread of knowledge, sharing of think tanks, and public participation.

About Shanghai Academy:

Shanghai Academy is a research institute jointly set up by CASS and Shanghai Municipal People’s Government. Based in Shanghai and serving the nation, Shanghai Academy aims to build itself into a high-end think tank, a high-end talent cultivation base, a high-end platform for international exchanges and cooperation, and a high-end national situation investigation base (“four high-end bases”), by centering on the major theories and practical issues about the socialist reform and development with Chinese characteristics, and by making use of the advantages of CASS in scientific research and policy consulting.

Some seats at the Think Tank Lecture are now opened to the public.


Contact person: Mr. Xiang

Tel: 021—56331516