WEI Zongyou
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WEI Zongyou

Professor, Ph.D., Fudan University

Research Interests: American security and foreign policy; American Domestic Politics; Sino-U.S.Relations; Global Governance.

Email:  wzy82cn@163.com


Dr.Wei is Professor of Center for American Studies, Fudan University. He received his M.A. International History and Ph.D. in International Relations from Nanjing University and Fudan University in 1998 and 2004, respectively. From July 2004 to September 2014, he worked at the Institute of International and Diplomatic Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University and was Vice Dean of the Institute. In 2008-2009, he was a Fulbright Advanced Researcher at Government Department, Georgetown University.


Dr.Wei’s research interests cover American security and foreign policy, American domestic politics, Sino-U.S. Relations, and Global Governance. Dr. Wei is the author of In the Shadow of  Hegemony: Strategic Choices (Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2010), co-authored U.S. Foreign Policy During Johnson’s Administration (Shanghai Publishing House, 2009), and co-edited Emerging Economies and International Relations (University of International Business and Economics Press, 2013). He also published dozens of articles and book chapters in leading Chinese journals.


Projects:

U.S. Strategic Vision and Security Arrangement in the Indo-Pacific Region and Its Implications

U.S. Cultural Policy Since the End of the Cold War

The Rise of Emerging Powers and the Reform of Global Governance Regimes

Major Powers and Diplomacy


Books (Monograph and Translation)

In the Shadow of Hegemony: Strategic Choices

U.S. Foreign Policy During Johnson’s Administration

Emerging Economies and International Relations


Papers and Book Chapters

China-U.S. Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order

U.S. Strategic Vision and Security Arrangement in the Indo-Pacific Region and Its Implications

The Transformation of International System, China-U.S Cooperation v.s. Competition, and the Building of New-Model of Major Powers Relations,

The Democratization of International Relations: Chinese Perspective

U.S. Rebalancing to Asia and Its implications on China

Colonial System, Post-Colonial System, and the Rise of Great Powers

The Rise of Emerging Powers and the Reform of Global Governance Regimes

U.S. Rebalancing to Asia and Its Implication to East Asian Order

The Western Just War Theory and Humanitarian Intervention

The Failed States Issue from the Perspective of Humanitarian Intervention Theory

International Agenda Setting: A Research Program

Informal Grouping, the Concert, and Global Governance

Cultural Anarchy and Balancing

Managing Nuclear Proliferation: Chinese and American Approaches to North Korea

Back to the Future: George W. Bush’s Space Policy

China’s Mediation in North Korean Nuclear Crisis

U.S. National Security Strategy: Theoretic Debates and Practice

China’s New Diplomacy: Domestic Transformation, External Changes and International Order

China’s Multi-lateral Diplomacy

Interpreting Revisionist State: Concept, Criteria, and Implications

In the Shadow of Hegemony: Strategic Chocies

Revisiting Revisionist State

Power, Soft Power and Image

Failed States and International Order

Dilemmain Balancing Hegemony

Realismand George W. Bush’s Foreign Policy

Collective Action Problem and the Balancing of Hegemony

Alternative Interpretation of the Origins of Major Wars

Review of Offense-Defense Balance


Viewpoints

China-U.S. Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order

China-U.S. Relations: The Myth of Thucydides Trap

Interpreting Putin’s Decision

First Lady Diplomacy: The Message to China

Ukraine Crisis: Can China Be More Helpful

Tony Abbot wants to be Good Neighbor of Asia

U.S. Election: A Game of Burning Money?

U.S. Pivot to Asia: An Offensive of Defensive

U.S. Pivot to Asia-Pacific: More Words than Deeds

The Limit of Humanitarian Intervention

The Coordination of Emerging Powers: Dreams Come True?