Key Cooperative Research Institute for Policy Studies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the P.R.C (2022-2024)

The Center for Japanese Studies has published 5 books in the Series on Japanese Studies and Sino-Japanese Relations, presenting the views of leading experts on the changes in Japan during the post cold war period regarding domestic policy, economy and ideology. The series sheds light on the past, present and future Sino-Japanese relationship and influence contemporary bilateral cooperation.

  • Gao Lan, U.S.-Japan Sea Power Alliance Strategy after the Cold War: Connotation, Characteristics, and Influence, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2018.

  • Hu Lingyuan, Yuan Tangjun, and Ma Xinxin eds., Japan’s Social Security System in the Post Cold War Era, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2019.

  • He Ping, Regional Public Goods and Japan’s East Asian Functional Cooperation: Post-Cold War Practices and Implications, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2019.

  • Wang Guangtao, Japan’s Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy after the Cold War, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2019.

  • Hu Lingyuan, Gao Lan and He Ping eds., Community of Shared Future for Mankind and New State Relations: Proceedings of the International Symposium Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the China-Japan Treaty of Peace and Friendship, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2021.

  • He Ping, Reviews on International Japanese Studies, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2022.