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Notice about the 78th Lecture in Lushan Forum: Analysis on China-African Friendly Cooperation and Development in New Century

2019-02-22 15:18:23

Theme: Analysis on China-African Friendly Cooperation and Development in New Century

Speaker: Professor Li Guangyi

Time: 14:30, October 16, 2018 (Tuesday)

Place: F201 of Lezhi Building (No.3 Teaching Building)

Introduction of the Speaker:

Li Guangyi, male, member of the Communist Party of China, graduated from China Foreign Affairs University at postgraduate level, professor of School of Marxism, Xiangtan University, adjunct professor of Hunan Provincial Party School and Party School for College and University Working Committee, and vice president of the Chinese Society of African History, director of Center for International Relations and African Studies of Xiangtan University, master supervisor. He has been engaged in teaching and research of international relations and African studies in colleges and universities for a long term, and is one of the famous scholars in China, head of the national “Eighth Five-Year Plan” and “Ninth Five-Year Plan”, one of the most famous experts in international relations and African issues in Hunan Province, and academic leader in the two disciplines: International Relations and African Studies. He has published more than a dozen books such as A Half-Century of International Circumstances, General History of Africa, Biography of African Celebrities, Africa: Going Out of Dryout, and dozens of papers including: Apartheid System in South African to be Dead, A preliminary study of the history of Jerusalem, A Review of Contemporary China-Africa Relations, and The Struggle between ‘Unipolar’ World and ‘Multi-polar’ World". His research achievements are outstanding. He has won many provincial, ministerial and national Excellence Awards and Teaching Excellence Awards on Social Science Work, and has made prominent contributions to international relations and African studies in developing countries. In 1997, he was elected into “Who’s Who in the World • China Volume” and in 1999 into “Dictionary of Contemporary Chinese Professors”.


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