Senior Research Fellow of the IISS and Associate Professor at the Department of Arabic Language.Fields
Arab-Islamic Culture, Shi’ite Islam, History of Islam, and Contemporary Islamic Issues.
WU Bingbing is a Special Research Fellow of the IISS and an associate professor at the Department of Arabic Language and Culture at Peking University. He was a visiting scholar in Kuwait University in 1997 and Damascus University in 2001, and received his Ph.D. in Arabic Language and Literature at Peking University in 2003.
His research interests include Arab-Islamic Culture, Shi’ite Islam, history of Islam, and contemporary Islamic issues. He is the author of the book The Rise of the Shi’i Modern Islamism (CASS Press, Beijing, 2004). His other published works include articles on the concept of Jihad and contemporary Islamic terrorism, Ummah and Islamic society, secularism in the Arab World, etc. Now he is a fellow of China Association of Middle East Studies and deputy general secretary of China Arabic Language Education Association.
Wu Bingbing: Syria, ISIS and American Policy towards the Middle East
Wu Bingbing: Syria, ISIS and American Policy towards the Middle East[Full Article]Time：2015-11-08
“North Pavilion Dialogue” Series Lectures - Nabil Fahmy: Winds of Change in Egypt and the Middle East
On the afternoon of 17 October, 2015, Mr. Nabil Fahmy, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt delivered a speech entitled “Winds of Change in Egypt and the Middle East”.[Full Article]Time：2015-10-27 Author：Chen Yuhui
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