School of International Studies, Beijing (SIS)
1960, China, as Department of Political Science, at Beijing University. Subsequently became Department of International Politics 1963. Current title adopted when the Department merged with G-XG1742 - Institute of International Relations, Beijing and G-XG7260 - Institute of Afro-Asian Studies, Beijing, 1996.
Train specialized talents in international studies, international political economy and diplomacy.
Includes: 3 Departments - International Politics, Diplomacy, International Political Economy; 3 Institutes - G-XG1742 - Institute of International Relations, Beijing, G-XG7260 - Institute of Afro-Asian Studies, Beijing, Institute of World Socialism.
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