1. “Handbook of Foreign Affairs Know-how for Civil Servants”, funded by the Research Center for Beijing International Exchanges and Foreign Affairs Administration, edited by Professor Tong Xin of CFAU, was published in October, 2012 by China Personnel Press. Covering basic theories and practices of foreign affairs administration, this book provides practical advice to diplomatic practitioners. It is a handy and practical handbook for civil servants engaging in international communications and foreign exchanges.
2. “The Practical Handbook of Foreign Affairs Administration”, a book funded by the Research Center was published by Peking University Press in December 2013. The book’s editor-in-chief is Professor Wang Chunying, a member of the Center’s Research Committee. The book describes the basic procedures of conducting foreign exchanges, such as official visits, foreign affairs reception, international meetings, etc. The book will be of great help for civil servants engaging in foreign exchanges.
3. “Beijing’s Contemporary International Exchanges”, one of the Research Center’s academic accomplishments, was published by the Economic Science Press in September, 2012. The author Zheng Jun is from the Institute of Contemporary China Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. This book reviews the history and features of Beijing’s international exchanges in different stages, filling in the gap in the study of Beijing’s foreign affairs.
4. The Annual Report of Chinese Economic Diplomacy (2014), one major research accomplishment of the Research Center was published by the Economic Science Press in August, 2014. The book’s editor-in-chief is Ambassador Zhao Jinjun, the former Director of the Research Center. The book elaborates on the policies and characteristics of Chinese economic diplomacy in fields such as international trade, international investment, foreign aid and so on. It also analyzes China’s economic diplomatic policies towards important regions and major powers. The book is representative of work accomplished in this field.
5. “The Knowledge of Foreign Affairs Management” funded by the Research Center for Beijing International Exchanges and Foreign Affairs Administration, was published by Peking University Press in 2012. The book’s associate editor-in-chief is Professor Wang Chunying, a member of the Center’s Research Committee. Introducing such basics as the institutions, staff, rules of administration, etiquette, and correspondence of foreign affairs administration, this book offers valuable insights for readers willing to engage in foreign affairs.
6. “Foreign Exchanges and The Shaping of Personal Image”, a book funded by the Research Center for Beijing International Exchanges and Foreign Affairs Administration was published by the Current Affairs Press in October 2012. The author Zhou Jiali is an assistant professor in the Department of Diplomacy at CFAU. This book gives an in-depth analysis of the techniques and means of shaping a leader’s image.