Associate Professor, Ph.D., Fudan University
Research Interests: Mexico, Cuba and Central American Studies, Latin American energy, Latin American Integration, Sino-Latin American Relations, US-Latin American Relations.
Cao Ting is an Associate Professor of Latin American Studies at Fudan University in Shanghai. She received her B.S.(2006) and M.S.(2009) in Spanish Language and Literature, and her Ph.D (2018) in international relations from the Institutes of Contemporary International Relations of China(CICIR). From 2007 to 2008, she studied in the Mexican National Autonomus University as an exchange student. Prior to the present job, she worked for CICIR during 2009-2022. Her research concentrates on Mexico, Cuba and Central American Studies, Latin American energy, Latin American Integration, Sino-Latin American Relations, US-LatinAmerican Relations. She is now member of the Chinese Association of Latin American Studies and the Chinese Association of Latin American History.
China-Latin America Belt and Road Cooperation: Challenges and Paths for In-Depth Progress, China International Studies, No.2, 2020.
American factors in China-latin America relations and some strategic thinkings, Peace and Development, No.2, 2020.
The motivations and prospects of Donald Trump’s tough policy toward Cuba, Contemporary International Relations, No.1,2019.
The characteristics, motivation and significance of Cuban medical diplomacy -- also on the opportunity brought by the epidemic of new crown pneumonia to Cuban medical diplomacy, Latin American Studies, No.2, 2020.
Strategic Thinking on promoting china-latin America cooperation from the perspective of “Belt and Road”, Latin American Studies, No.3, 2018.
“The Evolution of US-Cuba Relations in the Trump Era”, Contemporary International Relations, Vol.29, No.3, May/June 2019.
“China y México:las relaciones estratégicas en la Nueva Epoca”,Orientando, No. 3, 2011.