Founded in 1960, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) is a comprehensive research organization for studies of international politics, economy, security strategy and China’s external relations. The SIIS is dedicated to serving for China’s modernization drive, and for Shanghai’s opening-up and economic development. It mainly studies the United States, Japan, Europe, Russia and the Asia-Pacific region, focusing on relations among major powers and China’s periphery environment.
In 2011, SIIS established the center of maritime and polar studies. The main research fields of the center lie in the maritime affairs and polar affairs, especially Chinese Arctic and Antarctic policies, the building of maritime power of China, the Chinese maritime development strategy, maritime safety issue and the international cooperation on maritime and polar affairs.
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Arctic Governance and China´s Engagement, YANG Jian
Arctic Aspirations, bjreview.com/world/txt/2011-08/22/content_385386_2.htm.
Canada and Arctic Governance: Concept Shaping and Policy Practice, Current World (Dangdai Shijie), 2014 (11).
Change in Arctic and China’s Participation in Arctic Governance, in Leiv Lunde, Yang Jian, and Iselin Stensdal eds, Asian Countries and the Arctic future, World Scientific 2016
China's Energy Security and The Energy Cooperation in the SCO（2015）
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.
International Governance of Multidimensional Arctic, ZHAO Long, 2020
On the EU’s Arctic Policy Practice and Its Illumination on China, Journal of Hubei University of Police, 2017(6).
On the Functional Transformation of the Arctic Council and China’s Countermeasures, Inerantional Forum (GUOJI LUNTAN), 2013(3).
The International Arctic Social Science Association, in Yang Jian ed, Science Community and Global Governance: a case analysis on the Arctic affairs, Current Affairs Press, 2018
Polar Silk Road: the Cooperation between China and Nordic Countries in the Arctic, in Lassi Heininen and Yang Jian eds: Sino-Nordic Arctic Cooperation: objectives and approaches, Current Affairs Press, 2019
Probing into the Arctic Governance: Chinese Scholars’Perspective, Pacific Journal (Taipingyang Xuebao), 2012 (10).
Zheng Yingqin, “China-Nordic Blue Economic Passage: Basis, Challenges and Paths,” China International Studies, Sep./Oct. 2019(05).