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Foreign Affairs Review
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s): Ministry of Foreign Affairs of PRC
Sponsor(s): China Foreign Affairs University; China National Association for International Studies
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  • Foreign Affairs Review is supervised by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of PRC, and sponsored by China Foreign Affairs University. It was launched in 1984, aiming to locate its domain within looking at the world based on China and observing China from the perspective of global view, and take “big international relations” and “big diplomacy” as its main subjects. Its scope covers Chinese diplomacy, big power relations, regional and international order, as well as global governance with its distinctive features. Among the well-known Chinese journals in terms of bibliometric indicators, it has become one of the best journals in the field of international relations. Moreover, it also acts as the authorized journal for China National Association for International Studies (CNAIS). The journal is included in CSSCI.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Qin Yaqing

    Associate Editor
    Zhu Liqun

    Deputy Editor-in-Chief
    Chen Zhirui

    Editorial Board
    Yin Jiwu, Beijing Foreign Studies University
    Wang Fan, China Foreign Affairs University
    Wang Yizhou, Peking University
    David M. Lampton, The

Institutionalization of the transparency principle and its impacts: a case study of global climate governance

DONG Liang

Foreign Affairs Review,2018,Vol 35,No. 04

Issue of freedom of navigation and Sino-US South China Sea conflict: from the perspective of the natural attribute of the ocean

ZHU Jian

Foreign Affairs Review,2018,Vol 35,No. 04

New development of the exploitation of the international seabed area and marine environmental protection system: review of the Draft Regulations on Exploitation of Mineral Resources in the Area

WANG Chao

Foreign Affairs Review,2018,Vol 35,No. 04

Relocating embassy to Jerusalem: domestic politics and Trump administration’s foreign policy agenda setting

DIAO Daming

Foreign Affairs Review,2018,Vol 35,No. 04

Path dependence, critical juncture and institutional change of the Arctic Council: an analysis based on historical institutionalism

WANG Chenguang

Foreign Affairs Review,2018,Vol 35,No. 04

Responding to the South China Sea crisis: measures and limits of ASEAN’s “self-healing”

LIU Ruonan

Foreign Affairs Review,2018,Vol 35,No. 04