Prof. Jiankang Bi, born in 1967, is a research fellow (professor, Ph D. candidate supervisor) in Institute of World History(IWH), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS). He started his Ph.D. education in 1996 at The Graduate School of CASS in Beijing, and spent two years to learn Arabic at the Department of Arabic Language, Beijing Foreign Studies University from 1996 to 1998. Then he studied at the Faculty of Political Economy, Cairo University from 1998 to 2000. In 2002 he finished his Ph. D. education with the dissertation A Study on Contemporary Egypt’s Political Stability Issue. His research interests included early history of U.S.A. and U.S.A.’s economic diplomacy after World War Ⅱ. From the middle of 1990s on, his researches have focused on modern and contemporary Egyptian history and Middle East studies. He published two monographs: 1. Egyptian Modernization and Political Stability. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press(China),2005. 2. Anglo-American Neo-colonialism (collaborator), the first edition published in 1999, and the second edition published in 2007 both by Social Sciences Academic Press (China).
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