QI Huaigao--Vice Dean
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Qi Huaigao

Professor of International Relations

Vice Dean, Institute of International Studies, Fudan University

Research Interests: China's neighboring diplomacy, China's ocean affairs, Asia-Pacific international relations, international organization and global governance

Email: huaigaoqi@fudan.edu.cn

Telephone: 86 21-5566 4938

Fax:            86 21-5566 4941   

 Dr. Qi Huaigao is a Professor of International Relations at Fudan University’s Institute of International Studies (Fudan IIS).Dr. Qi has served as Vice Dean of Fudan IIS since November 2017, and was Deputy Director of the Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries at Fudan University (CCRNC-Fudan) from November 2013 to September 2021.  Dr. Qi has been promoted to Professor in December 2020.

  He received a Ph.D. in World History from Wuhan University in June 2007, a M.A. in World History from Wuhan University in June 2004, and a B.A. in History from Xiangtan Normal University in June 2001. 

He was a Swire Scholarship Academic Visitor at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford from October 2017 to September 2018, a Rajawali Fellow of Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government from January 2013 to December 2013, and a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Political Science at Fudan University’s School of International Relations and Public Affairs from July 2008 to September 2010.

His major research areas are China's neighboring diplomacy, China's ocean affairs, Asia Pacific international relations, international organization and global governance.

His books in Chinese include:China’s Integration Strategies with Fulcrum Countries along the Belt and Road (Beijing: World Affairs Press, July 2019); China’s Peripheral Security and Its Neighboring Diplomacy against the Backdrop of Its Rising (Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company, July 2014);Building East Asia's Future: China-U.S. Institutional Balancing and Transformation of East Asia System (Beijing: China Social Sciences Press,September2011);War and Order: Study on China’s Resistance War against Japanese Aggression and the Evolution of the East Asia International Order (Shanghai: Fudan University Press,November2010).

Dr. Qi is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Collaborative Innovation Center for Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights (CICTSMR) at Wuhan University since January 2014. 


Courses

China’s Boundary and Ocean Affairs, Undergraduate Course, fall semester.

China’s Peripheral Security Environment and Its Peripheral Diplomacy, Graduate Course, spring semester.


Representative Research Projects

“Study on the Development Strategies Integration among China and the Fulcrum Countries along the Belt and Road,” Sponsored by the National Social Science Fund of China (2015-2017), Project No.:15BGJ012.

“China’s Peripheral Security Challenges and Its Neighboring Diplomatic Strategy against the Backdrop of Its Rapid Rising,”Sponsored by the National Social Science Fund of China (2011-2013),Project No.:11CGJ002.


Books

QI Huaigao, China’s Integration Strategies with Fulcrum Countries along the Belt and Road (Beijing: World Affairs Press, July 2019), 246 pp. [in Chinese]

QI Huaigao, WU Lin, HE Ping, LIU Fenghua, YANG Xiaoping, LOU Chunhao, MA Bin, JIANG Yingmei, and XU Xiujun,China’s Peripheral Security and Its Neighboring Diplomacy against the Backdrop of Its Rising(Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company, 2014), 398 pp. [in Chinese]

QI Huaigao,Building East Asia's Future: China-US Institutional Balancing and Transformation of East Asia System(Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2011), 275 pp. [in Chinese]

QI Huaigao,War and order: Study on China’s Resistance War against Japanese Aggression and the Evolution of the East Asia International Order(Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2010), 324 pp. [in Chinese]



Mailing Address:

Institute of International Studies, Fudan University,

220 Handan Road, Shanghai,

P.R. China, 200433

Office Address:

Room 304, Wenke (Liberal Arts) Building, Fudan University



(Updated 13 September 2021)