Wu SikeFormer special envoy, senior diplomat, the Eleventh CPPCC National Committee, CPPCC Foreign Affairs Committee in the Middle East.
Expertise : International Relations; Middle East
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Former China’s Special Envoy on the Middle East Issue, Senior Diplomatist, the 11th CPCC Member, Member of Foreign Affairs Committee, CPCC. From 2000 to 2003, he served as Ambassador of Chinese Embassy in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; from 2003 to 2007, he served as Ambassador of Chinese Embassy in Egypt and Authorized Representative of Chinese Mission to the Arab League. And from 2009 to 2014, he was appointed as China’s Special Envoy on the Middle East Issue.
B&R Initiative not zero-sum game
U.S. President Donald Trump`s new Middle East policies have had considerable impact on regional issues. Where lies the Middle East`s future, and how will any changes influence the world in 2018? To better answer those questions, China.org.cn had an exclusive interview with Wu Sike, the Chinese government`s former special envoy to the Middle East....2018-02-25
Chinese diplomacy in the new era
Amid the development, adjustment, and transformation sweeping the world of our times the relationship between China and the rest of the world is undergoing profound changes. ...2018-01-05
China holds firm stance on peace in Middle East
From Dec 21 to 22, representatives from Palestine and Israel attended a seminar in Beijing, discussing peace restoration in the Palestine-Israel region, where the United States’ recent recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital may create chaos in the Middle East....2018-01-04
Wu Sike: Ancient Silk Road revived under China`s Belt and Road Initiative
Now, China and Iran aspire to revive the camel-trodden, garrison-guarded dirt trails of the Silk Road that vanished long ago in a modern context, and have promised to deepened cooperation....2016-01-19
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,