• Affiliated Organization: Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS)
  • Fields: Policy and Governance


Cheng Baozhi
Senior Research Fellow
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CNARC fellows 2015-2016

Visiting at: Arctic Centre, University of Lapland
Period: 2 months
Research Theme: Nordic Countries' contribution to the development of Arctic law and regime & current trend of globalized Arctic governance.

Dr. CHENG is Senior Research Fellow with Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, whose major study fields cover global governance and international & European law. He was visiting research fellow on arctic policy at SWP Berlin (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, 2012), CSIS (Center for Strategy and International Studies, Washington D.C., 2014) and Arctic Center (Lapland University, 2016). Dr. Cheng has published extensively on china’s policy development towards ocean/polar governance in some Chinese leading academic journals and newspaper and has also been invited to present his views on Arctic governance and cooperation at some international occasions such as the International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS), Arctic Shipping Forum, Arctic Circle Assembly, Arctic Frontiers Conference, China-Nordic Arctic Cooperation Conference, and China-Nordic Think-Tank Roundtable, etc.  



Climate Change and Arctic Response: Risk Assessment and Game Deduction, China Ocean Press, 2022. (Co-authored, Chapters 1 &4)

“Co-Progressiveness of Arctic Governance and the Initiative of Polar Silk Road” in Current Developments in Arctic Law (Vol.7), Lapland University 2019.


On the EU’s Arctic Policy Practice and Its Illumination on China, Journal of Hubei University of Police, 2017(6).

Canada and Arctic Governance: Concept Shaping and Policy Practice, Current World (Dangdai Shijie), 2014 (11).

On the Functional Transformation of the Arctic Council and China’s Countermeasures, International Forum (GUOJI LUNTAN), 2013(3).

Probing into the Arctic Governance: Chinese Scholars’Perspective, Pacific Journal (Taipingyang Xuebao), 2012 (10).

Short Essays:

Arctic Aspirations,bjreview.com/world/txt/2011-08/22/content_385386_2.htm.

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