Visiting Professor
Zhao Quansheng


Field of Expertise: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Asia-Pacific Region

Professor at School of International Service, American University

President of the Asian Studies Council

Researcher at Fairbank Center for China Studies, Harvard University

Chief Editor of Global China

Consultant for United Nations,

Member of National Committee on United States-China Relations

Education Background:

Ph.D. 1987, UC Berkeley

M.A. 1982, UC Berkeley

B.A. 1981, Peking University

Post-doctorate fellow at Harvard University

Taught at Tufts University, Old Dominion University, Cleveland State University, Leiden University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Ritsumeikan University; Korea University, and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Visiting Scholar at Tokyo University,

Researcher at Institute of Pacific Regional Studies, Harvard University,

Senior Researcher at United States Institute of Peace

Researcher at East-West Center, Hawaii.

Visiting Professor at Peking University, Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Shandong University, etc.

Selected Publications:

“Great Power Politics and Diplomacy”, World Knowledge Press, 2009.

《解读中国外交政策》[Interpreting China’s Foreign Policy], Yuedan Press, 1999.

《日本政治北后的政治》[Politics behind Japanese Politics], The Commercial Press, 1996.

Interpreting Chinese Foreign Policy, Oxford University Press, 1996.

Japanese Policymaking, Oxford University Press, 1996.


First Prize of “Best Journal Article Award” offed by the journal of Japanese Studies