Professors

 

yanxt-2Professor Yan Xuetong is serving as the Director of The Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University and the chief editor of The Chinese Journal of International Politics . He is also a vice chairman of China Association of International Relations Studies, a vice chairman of China Association of American Studies, and a board member of the following organizations, China Diplomacy Association, China Association of Peaceful Unification, China Association of UN Studies, China Association of Arms Control and Disarmment, China Association of International Relations Studies, China-US Friendship Association, China Association of Asia-Pacific Studies. He is an adjunct professor of the National Defense University and a senior research fellow of National Security Committee. He is also an academic advisor to The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, Journal of Chinese Political Science, World Economics and Politics, Contemporary World, Chinese Journal of European Studies , Southeast Asia Studies, Journal of Strategy and Decision-Making.

He is the author of Practical Methods of International Studies --Second Edition (2007) , International Politics and China (2005), American Hegemony and China's Security (2000) , Analysis of China's National Interests (1996) , and the coauthor of China's Foreign Relations with Major Powers 1950-2005 (2010), Strategic Thinking about China's Rise (2010), Thoughts of World Leadership and Implications (2009), The Analysis of International Relations (2008), The Rise of China and Its Strategy (2005), Peace and Security in East Asia (2005), Calculation of International Circumstances and Taiwan Issue (2005), Security Cooperation in East Asia (2004) , China & Asia-Pacific Security (1999) , International Environment for China's Rise (1998), and the editor of Classic Readings in International Security (2009), Pre-Qin Chinese Thoughts on Foreign Relations (2008), World Politics “Views From China: International Security (2006), the translator of Contending Theories of International Relations”Fifth Edition (2003). He has published more than a hundred of papers and articles on international Relations. Analysis of China's National Interests won 1998 China Book Price and Practical Methods of International Studies was authorized as text book by Chinese Education Ministry in 2006.

Dr. Yan received his Ph.D of political science from University of California , Berkeley in 1992, M.A. of international relations from the Institute of International Relations in 1986 and B.A. of English from Heilongjiang University in 1982.

He served as research fellow at the Institute of Contemporary International Relations during 1982-1984 and 1992-2000.

Birth place: Tianjin , China , Birth date: December 7, 1952

Address: Room 304 , Mingzhai, Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 100084.

Tel: 62798183, Fax: 62773173, Email: yanxt@tsinghua.edu.cn

 

YAN XUETONG

Experience

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY

Director, Since 2000

Science of International Politics

Chief Editor, Since 2005

CHINA INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Director, Center for Foreign Policy Studies, 1996

Research Professor, 1995

Deputy Director, Department of World Political Studies, 1993

Associate Research Professor, 1992

Assistant Research Professor, 1988

Research Assistant, 1982

NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY

Adjunct Professor 2003-2006

JINAN UNIVERSITY

Adjunct Professor 1999-2001

Monterey Institute of International Studies

Visiting Professor, Fall 1998

Georgia Institute of Technology

Research Fellow, Spring 1995

University of California , Berkeley

Research Fellow, Summer 1994

PEKING UNIVERSITY

Adjunct Professor, 1993-1996

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Adjunct Professor, 1993-1999

 

Honors

Member, China-Japan Friendship Committee 2003

Board member, China Association of International Relations 2002

Board member, China Arms Control Association 2001

Board member, China Asia-Pacific Association 2000

Member , China Committee of CSCAP 1999

Member, the Security ad hoc Committee of China Asia-Pacific Association, 1995

Board Member , China Association of International Law, 1994

Advisor, Journal of Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, 2008

Advisor, Chinese Journal of European Studies , 2007

Advisor, The Contemporary World, 2002

Advisor, The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis , 1999

Advisor, World Affairs , 1999

Advisor, Southeast Asia Studies, 1999

Advisor, Contemporary International Relations , 1998

Advisor, Journal of Chinese Political Science , 1996

Education

Ph.D. University of California , Berkeley ; May 1992, Political Science

M.A. Institute of International Relations, Beijing ; June 1986, International Politics

B.A. Heilongjiang University , Harbin , China ; January 1982, English

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Analysis of International Relations ( Peking University Press, 2008)

The Rise of China and Its Strategy ( Peking University Press, 2005)

International Politics and China ( Peking University Press, 2005)

Practical Methods of International Studies (People Press, 2001)

American Hegemony and China 's Security (Tianjin People Press, 2000)

Analysis of China 's National Interests (Tianjin People Press, 1996)

 

Edited Publications

Thoughts of World Leadership and Implications (World Affairs Press, 2009)

Pre-Qin Chinese Thoughts on Foreign Relations ( Fudan University Press, 2008)

Calculation of International Circumstances and Taiwan Issue ( Peking University Press, 2005)

Peace and Security in East Asia, ( Peking University Press, 2005)

Security Cooperation in East Asia, ( Peking University Press, 2004)

China & Asia-Pacific Security (Shishi Press, 1999)

International Environment for China 's Rise (Tianjin People Press,1998)

 

Translation

Contending Theories of International Relations ?CFifth Edition (World Affairs Press, 2003)

 

English Articles

“Sino-U.S. Comparisons of Soft Power”, Contemporary International Relations , Vol. 18 No.2, Mar/Apr, 2008.

“Xu Zi's Thoughts on International Politics and Their Implications”, The Chinese Journal of International Politics , Vo.2, No.1, Summer 2008

“The Rise of China and its Power Status”, The Chinese Journal of International Politics , Vo.1, No.1, Summer 2006

“An East Asian Security Community”, Foreign Affairs Journal , No.17, March 2004.

“Defining Peace”, The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis , Spring 2004.

“Decade of Peace in East Asia”, East Asia : An International Quarterly , No.4, Winter 2003

“Prioritizing National Security”, China Daily , March 1-2, 2003.

“Political, Economic Ties on Different Paths”, China Daily , January 27, 2003.

“Security Will Top World Agenda”, China Daily , January 2, 2003.

“Global Security Environment is not Optimistic”, Beijing Review, Vol.45, No.1, 2002

“Domestic Factors and US Defense Policy”, International Strategic Studies , #3, 2001.

“The Rise of China in Chinese Eyes”, February 2001.

“Peace Must Top Bush's Taiwan Policy”, CHINA DAILY, January 5, 2001.

“International Dynamics of the U.S. Military budget”, DOMESTIC DETERMINANTS AND SECURITY POLICY-MAKING IN EAST ASIA, Ed. Satu Limaye and Yasuhiro matsuda, ( Hawaii : Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, 2000)

“TMD Shaking East Asia Stability”, CURRENT DECISION REPORT, May 2000.

“The Taiwan Time Bomb”, THE ASIAN WALL STREET JOURNAL, May 11, 2000.

“Best Friends Next Door”, CHINA DAILY, March 7, 2000.

“Take China 's War Warnings Seriously”, THE ASIAN WALL STREET JOURNAL, September 3-4, 1999.

“Theater Missile Defense and Northeast Asia Security”, THE NONPROLIFERATION REVIEW, Spring-Summer 1999.

“Lee's Plot for ‘Independence '”, CHINA DAILY, June 4, 1999.

“Thieves Cry: Stop Thief”, CHINA DAILY, May 28, 1999.

“’China Theft' Allegation Hides an Axe to Grind”, CHINA DAILY, May 27, 1999.

“Lee Teng-hui's Book Exposes His True Bias”, CHINA DAILY, May 31, 1999.

“Security Cooperation in Asia-Pacific”, SEARCHING FOR MULTILATERAL SECURITY COOPERATION, (Seoul: Korea Institute for Defense Analyses, 1999).

“Terrorism Remains a Significant Threat to Mankind”, CHINA DAILY, September 23, 1998.

“Globalization Changes World”, CHINA DAILY, September 7,1998.

“Closer Military Ties Benefit China , US”, CHINA DAILY, July 6, 1998.

“India Tests Destabilize Peace”, CHINA DAILY, May 20, 1998.

“Cooperation Key to Regional Peace”, CHINA DAILY, March 27, 1998.

“International Security Environment for China 's Rise”, STUDY REPORT ON INTERNATIONAL SITUATION 1997-1998, (China Society for Strategy and Management Research, 1998).

“New US-Japan Security System and Northeast Asia”, CHANGERS IN NORTHEAST ASIAN SECURITY ENVIRONMENT AND THE KOREAN PENINSULA , (Seoul: The Research Institute for International Affairs, 1997)

“China 's Security Concerns”, WORLD AFFAIRS, October-December, 1997.

“Dialogue Mechanism Cuts Misunderstanding”, CHINA DAILY, November 8, 1997.

“Security Trends in Asia Pacific”, CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, No.10, 1997.

"Dangers of Neo-McCarthyism", BEIJING REVIEW, July 7-13, 1997.

"Containment Policy Harms All Interests", CHINA DAILY, June 9, 1997.

" China 's Ascent to Help Build Regional, Global Peace, Stability", CHINA DAILY, February 25, 1997.

" China 's Growing National Strength; emerging nation or the Next World Power?", CHINA 2000, February 1997.

"Orientation of China 's Security Strategy", RUMANIAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, No.2, 1997.

"1996-1997: International Situation and China 's Foreign Relations", STUDY REPORTS ON INTERNATIONAL SITUATION 1996-1997.

"Deciphering America 's Engagement Policy", THE ASIAN WALL STREET JOURNAL, January 16, 1997.

"Rising China Contributes to World Peace", CHINA DAILY, January 7, 1997.

" China 's Rise in the Eyes of Western Observers", CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, No.12, 1996.

"Security Strategies Change with the Times", CHINA DAILY, October 28, 1996.

" China Doesn't Pose Threat to World", WASHINGTON POST NATIONAL WEEKLY, June 17-23, 1996.

"Reason Must Rule US Policy", CHINA DAILY, April 24, 1996.

"US Fuels Cross ?S traits Tension", CHINA DAILY, Mar. 20, 1996.

" China 's Security Goals Do not Pose a Threat to World", CHINA DAILY, Mar. 4, 1996.

" China 's Post-Cold War Security Strategy", CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, No.5, May 1995

"Deng Xiaoping's Outlook on State Interest", CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, No.12, December 1994

" China 's Rise as Exporter Proves it's Competitive", CHINA DAILY, January 7, 1994

" China 's Security After the Cold War", CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, No.5, May 1993

"Sino-African Relations in the 1990s", CSIS AFRICA NOTES, No.84, April 1988.

" Sudan - First Civilian Rule in 17 Years", BEIJING REVIEW, No.23, Jun. 1986

"African Development Bank Boosting Economic Development", BEIJING REVIEW, No.48, December, 1985

 

Liu Jiangyong is Professor of International Relations at the Institute of International Studies , Tsinghua University. He gained his B.A.of Japanese from Beijing Foreign Language University in 1979, and received his M.A. of international relations degree from China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR) in1987, then he Attended Ph.D courses at Waseda University in 1988 and received his Ph.D of international relations degree from the Institute of International Studies , Tsinghua University in 2005.

From 1979 to1992 he served as research fellow in CICIR . From 1992 to 1999 he was research professor and Director of Division for Northeast Asian Studies, CICIR . From 1999 to 2003 he served as senior fellow in Central Office of Foreign Affairs People's Republic of China.

He was awarded as 'young and middle age expert with outstanding achievements" in 1994 by China Personnel Ministry. His research focuses on Japanese Political and Foreign Policy, International Relations in Asia Pacific region. His Major Books: Japan at the Turn of the Century (1995), Biography of Ryutaro Hashimoto (1996). Major papers: Changes of Economic Cooperation in the Pacific Basin : From the View Point of Chinese (which won the 1987 Encouragement Prize of Association for Promotion of International Cooperation). Building a Multilateral Security Dialogu e Mechanism in the Pacific (In Pacific Economic Papers, Australian-Japanese Research Center , Australian National University , No. 235, Sept).

 

Li Bin was born in Wuhan City , Beijing , China on May 26, 1963. In 1981, he entered the Department of Technical Physics, Peking University as an undergraduate student. Li Bin received his Bachelor Degree in Physics in 1985 and became a graduate student in the same department. In 1988, he received his Master Degree and joined the Faculty of Theoretical Nuclear Physics of the same department in Peking University . In 1990, Li Bin entered the Graduate School of China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP) as a Ph.D. student. His doctoral thesis was on the control of powerful laser weapons for missile defense and anti-satellites. In his doctoral thesis he studied the strategic consequences of deploying powerful laser weapons, the physical features of clandestine development of such weapons, and the verification of the constraints over such weapons.

From 1991-1993, Li Bin did his internship at the Department of Foreign Affairs on the Committee of Science and Technology for National Defense (COSTIND) as an arms control assistant. In 1993, Li Bin received his Doctorate in Physics from CAEP and joined the Program for Science and National Security Studies (PSNSS) at the Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics (IPACM). He was a member of the technical group under COSTIND supporting the Chinese negotiation team on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). In 1994, Dr. Li received a Post-doctoral Fellowship on Peace and Security in a Changing World awarded by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC)/MacArthur Foundation. He spent his first fellowship year in 1994-1995 at the Defense and Arms Control Studies Program (now called Security Studies Program) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, receiving training in international relations and conducting research on missile proliferation and missile defense. He then moved to the Center for Energy and Environmental Studies of Princeton University to spend his second fellowship year working on CTBT issues. In 1996, Dr. Li went back to IAPCM. He was appointed as the Director of a newly established group, the Arms Control Division and the Executive Director of PSNSS. Dr. Li joined the CTBT negotiations as a technical advisor to the Chinese negotiation team in 1996. At IAPCM, Dr. Li studied CTBT verification technologies, organized research on nuclear disarmament, arms control databases, and consulted the government on CTBT implementation and on technical arms control research. In 1999, Dr. Li left IAPCM to establish the Institute of Science and Public Affairs based at China Youth College for Political Science. At this institute, he studied the impact of US missile defense on China and possible Chinese responses.

Dr. Li moved to the Institute of International Studies , School of Social Sciences , Tsinghua University at the end of 2000. At the institute, he directs the Arms Control Program. In 2002, he was promoted as full professor. At Tsinghua University , Prof. Li teaches four courses (1) Arms Control and International Security (for graduate students); (2) Quantitative Analysis in International Politics (for graduate students); (3) Science, Technology and International Security (for undergraduate students); and (4) strategic weapons and their control (freshmen seminar). Besides courses, Prof. Li also organizes public lectures and summer school courses open to the public at Tsinghua University to promote arms control education. In 2001-2002, he was invited as a civil society representative to prepare the United Nation's Study on Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education. Prof. Li supervises master degree and Ph.D. students at the Arms Control Program on various arms control and nonproliferation issues.

Prof. Li's current research includes Sino-US relations in the areas of nuclear weapons, China 's arms control policy and non-proliferation export control. He has published papers in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists , Arms Control Today , Jane's Intelligence Review , Science and Global Security and other international and Chinese journals. He has also contributed to four books: Nuclear Turning Point (Brookings Institution Press), Transparency in Nuclear Warheads and Materials (Oxford University Press), Security Cooperation in East Asia (Peking University Press), Comparative Studies on China C US National Interests (Shishi Press). Professor Li has also spoken at various international conferences. He has published two books, Theories and Analysis in Arms Control and Strategy and Security C A Technical View . In 2002, Prof. Li Bin was elected by the students as one of the twenty Best Professors at Tsinghua University and was recently awarded by the Chinese Ministry of Education as Talent in the New Century.

Prof. Li is member of the Degree Committee at the School of Social Sciences , Tsinghua University . He is also member of the board of directors of two non-governmental organizations: China Arms Control and Disarmament Association and China-US People's Friendship Association (CUPFA). He is on the boards of three international journals: Science and Global Security , Nonproliferation Review , and China Security .

 

Professor Sun Zhe joined Tsinghua in 2007. Previously he had taught at Fudan University, the East Asian Institute of Columbia University, and the Ramapo College of New Jersey. He is a graduate of Fudan University (1987, 1989) and has a Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University in the City of New York (2000) .

Sun Zhe is the author or editor of more than ten books on American government and US-China relations, including New Thinking on Human Rights (1992), The Politics of Dictatorship (1995), Influencing the Future: the Institutional Transformation and Behaviors in Decision Making Process of the US Congress "2001", Congressional Studies (2002, 2003), The US Congress and China: Cases and Analyses "2003", The Politics of Authoritarian Regimes (2004), T he Rise and Expansion: American Domestic Politics and US-China Relations (2004) and The Remaking of the National People's Congress in China , 1979-2000 (2004). His most recent books, American Studies in China : 1979-2005 and The Congressional Politics and American Trade Policies towards China will be published by Shanghai People's Press in 2007.

Sun Zhe has received several academic rewards since 2000. He is now a Shanghai Shuguang (Dawn) Scholar and receives Special Government Subsidies by the State Council.

Sun Zhe has been an adjunct research fellow at the "Center for the Studies of the Cross-Strait Relations" of the Office of Taiwan Affairs at State Council, a board member of the US-China Peoples' Friendship Association, a Member of academic Advisory Committee of the East Asia Institute, Shanghai, and an adjunct professor of the PLA Foreign Language University. He also serves as a consultant to several government departments. He was the spokesperson for the Boao Forum for Asia in 2002, and a column writer for The Economic Observer , the Orient Outlook, and some other Chinese newspapers.

Sun Zhe has lectured widely in both China and in the United States and has appeared often as an expert commentator on CCTV, Shanghai TV, CNN, VOA, the Chinesenewsnet, Jianfang Daily, etc.

 

MaochunDr. He Maochun is full professor and since January 2005 has served as director of the Research Center for Economic Diplomacy Studies at the Tsinghua University Institute of International Studies. Dr. He is also the deputy president of the WTO Research Center of the China Law Society. He is a senior adviser for many Chinese governmental and economic organizations. He is a member of the Central Committee of the China Democratic League (CDL) and Vice Chairman of the Economic Commission of the CDL.

He Maochun graduated from Wuhan College of Navigation (1980), Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Languages (B.A., 1986), International Politics Department of Renmin University (second B.A., 1988), the Institute of Science of Law of Renmin University (Ph.D., 1999), and the Chinese Academy of Social Science (postdoctoral researcher, 2002).

Dr. He worked for the Ministry of Commerce starting in 1992, where he was the director of the Department for Legal Studies in the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation. From 1997-2002, he was the chief editor of the "White Paper on Foreign Trade and Economic Relations".

Dr. He is the author of General History on China's Diplomacy , China's Promises to WTO and the New Round of Reform , Comparative Studies on Trade Laws and more than ten other books on law, economy, international affairs and the WTO; he has also translated into Chinese six books including New Elites and Megatrends 2000 .

E-mail:hemaochun@263.net and hmc@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn

 

zlh-2Personal Information

Zhang Lihua: Female, Ph.D.

Professor of Institute of International Studies,Tsinghua University

Deputy Director of European Studies Center

Tel: 8610-62788801 ( O )

 

School of Humanities and Social Science, Tsinghua University

1994.8 ~ present

 Associate Professor

 

Party School of CCP of Liaoning Provincial

 1982.9 ~ 1991.8

 Lecturer

 

 

Education Background

University

 Period

 Major

 

International Politics Department

Beijing University

 1991.9~1994.7

 Ph.D. Program

 

History Department

Liaoning University

 1978.9~1982.7

 Bachelor Program

 

 

1997.9~1998.9, visiting scholar at University of Illinois at Urbana —— Champaign , America .

2006,1, Visiting scholar at Maison des Sciences de I'Homme , Paris, France.

 

Major Research Fields

Political Theory

European Politics

Development of Democracy Politics in China

Teaching Curriculums for Postgraduate

Political Theory

Monographic Study In the History of International Relations

Socialism in the Contemporary World

Monographic Study In the Scientific Socialism Theory and Practice

A Intensive Study on Works of Marxism

Teaching Curriculums for Undergraduate

An Introduction to Political Theory

Contemporary Political Ideological Trend In the West

Democratic Theories and Practice

Selected Readings in Marx and Engel's Works

 

Publications and Articles

To publish more than 50 academic articles and 7 academic works.

 

Major Works :

“The History of Foreign Administration”, Liaoning Renmin Press, 1989 .

“The Administrative Art for Politicians in China and the World”, Liaoning University Press, 1993.

“A Study of the Theory Yugoslavia Self-Government Socialism”, China Social Science Press, 2002.

“A Study of the Market Economy and Democratic Politics”, Democracy Development Press, 2002.

 

Research projects

Chairperson of the project of“A Study of the Theory Yugoslavia Self-government Socialism”, supported by the National Philosophical and Social Science Foundation 1996——1999.

Chairperson of the project of “A Study of the Market Economy and Democratic Politics”, supported by the Beijing's Philosophical and Social Science Foundation 1996——2000.

Chairperson of the project of“A Study on Chinese Characteristic ‘The Rule of Law and democracy’”, supported by the Beijing's Philosophical and Social Science Foundation 2003——2004.

Awards

Modal Professor by the School of Humanities and Social Science, Tsinghua University , 1995.

Prize of Excellent Teaching, Tsinghua University , 1995——1996.

Society Work

Director of Contemporary Socialism in the World Specialized Committee.

Director of Academic Committee of China International Communism Movement History.

Director of China Scientific Socialism Academic Committee.

 

Shi Zhiqin was born in Sheqi County, Henan Province in June 1963. Now he is the party secretary of School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Tsinghua University, professor and dean of Department of International Relations.

Professor Shi zhiqin got his bachelor degree in Henan Normal University in 1985,  master degree at the Party School of the Central Committee of C.C.P. in 1992, Ph. D. degree at the  School of International Relations ,Peking University, in July 1997,.

Since August 1997, he joined the  Institute of International Studies at Tsinghua University. In 2000 and 2004, as a visiting scholar, Professor Shi was at UIUC, University of Toronto and UBC, Canada.

In February 2005, as one of observers, Professor Shi has been commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, and went to the Kyrgyz Republic to observe the parliamentary elections.

His other social work includes the visiting professor of  Italian Studies Center at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and director of British Study Association.

Research Areas:

China-EU relations, Comparative Party and Politics, Social democracy

Courses Available

Comparative Politics, Contemporary History of International Relations, Socialism and the Contemporary world

Main Publications:

1. The Transformation of Italian Communist Party and the Italian Politic Changes, Beijing, Central Compilation & Translation Press,2006.

2.Globalization and the Transformation of the European Social Democracy, Beijing, Central Compilation & Translation Press,2007.

3.Globalization and the Transformation of the World Parties,Beijing, Party School Press of the Central Committee of C.P.C, 2007.

4.Mirror: Study on the Practice and Laws of the Communist Party’s Governance,(One of vice editors),Jinan, Shandong People’s Publishing House , 2011.

5.Party and Government: An Inquiry into the Relationship Between Governments and Supporting Parties in Liberal Democracies, (Translation),Beijing, Peking University Press, 2006.

Research Projects:

The Asia Through The Eyes of EU, 2010-2012, Asia-Europe Foundation

The Study of China-EU Relations,2011-2012, Carnegie Foundation

 

Professor, Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University.

Other Titles:

Secretary-General, Association of Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies

Fellow, Institute of Eurasian Society Development, Development Research Center of the State Council

Senior Advisor on Russian Affairs, China Association for International Friendly Contact

Senior Fellow, Peace and Development Center

Personal Experience:

He was born in Jilin city, Jilin province in 1967. He graduated from the Department of Russian Language and Literature, PLA University of International Relations, in 1990, and got his PhD from the Graduate School of China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) in 2005. He was once a lieutenant Colonel associate fellow at the Department of General Staff, PLA. He then worked as an associate fellow, fellow, deputy director and later director of the Section of Strategic Studies, Institute of Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, CASS. From 2007 to 2008, he was a visiting scholar at Vilnius University, Lithuania. He has visited Russia, United States, Japan, Poland, Greece, Czech Republic and many other countries for academic exchanges.

His area of research focuses on political, diplomatic and security affairs of the former Soviet Union and the Eastern European region. He has been responsible for important projects for the Department of General Staff, PLA, the National Development Bank, CASS, National Social Science Foundation and the CASS Library. He is the sole author of one book, has been an associate editor-in-chief or executive associate editor-in-chief for 5 books, and has co-edited 7 books and one textbook. As a result of his outstanding academic achievements, he was honored as a member of the “Triple 3 Talents” and “Two Thousand Talents” at the Department of General Staff, PLA. He has won 13 other PLA awards, and 2nd and 3rd prices of the CASS 2010 Excellent Scientific Achievement Awards, and was a frequent recipient of the CASS Excellent Decision-Making Information Award. He is a frequent speaker at public forums, and has been invited over 80 times for academic reports or situation analysis at CCTV, research institutes, universities, the PLA, the Armed Police and other relevant departments.

Publications

Compiler, Undercurrent (1998)

Writer, Precautions and Cooperation: Russian-US Nuclear Security Relation from 1991 to 2005 (2005)

Co-author, Neither Ally Nor Enemy: Russia-US Relationship After the Collapse of the Soviet Union from 1991 to 2005 (2005)

Cooperation and Competition: China, Russia and the United States in Central Asia (2007)

Putin’s 8 Years: Russia's way of revival (Diplomacy) (2008)

Associate Editor-in-Chief, Report on Developments in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia (2006)/(2007)/(2008)/(2009)

Courses Available

For undergraduates: Research on the former Soviet Union, Eastern European and Central Asian Region

For Graduates: Thoughts and Practices of the Russian Diplomacy

Contact:

Room 323, Mingzhai, Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084

Tel: 62798567 Fax: 62773173

Email: wudahui@tsinghua.edu.cn