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ZHANG Tengjun

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Dr. ZHANG Tengjun is currently an assistant research fellow at Department for American Studies, China Institute of International Studies (CIIS). His research interests include U.S. politics, China-U.S. Relations, and Cybersecurity. Dr. Zhang joined China Institute of International Studies in July 2015. He was a visiting Fulbright scholar at University of Maryland in 2013-2014, and a visiting scholar at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in 2016. Dr. Zhang holds a PhD in diplomacy from Renmin University of China. He has published several academic papers and has been a regular commentator of China Daily, Global Times, CGTN, China Comment, Ta Kung Pao, China Newsweek, etc. 

  

MAIN RESEARCH FIELDS: U.S. Politics, China-U.S. Relations, Cybersecurity 

  

BOOK: 

ZHANG Tengjun, Guohui Weiyuanhui Yu Meiguo Duihua Juece Yanjiu (CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES AND U.S. DECISION-MAKING ON CHINA), Beijing: World Affairs Press, June 2020. 

  

SELECT ACADEMIC PAPERS: 

1. “2020 Nian Meiguo Daxuan Zhong De Minzhu Shehuizhuyi Langchao: Biaoxian, Yuanyin Ji Zoushi (The Wave of Democratic Socialism in the 2020 U.S. Election: Performance, Cause and Trend)”, Quyu Yu Quanqiu Fazhan (Area Studies And Global Development), No.6, 2020. 

2. “The Cybersecurity Policy Adjustment of the Trump Administration”, China International Studies, September/October 2018. 

3. “Telanpu Zhengfu Wangluo Anquan Zhengce Tiaozheng Tedian Fenxi (Analysis on the Characteristics of the U.S. Cybersecurity Policy Adjustments in the Trump Administration)”, Guoji Guancha (International Review), No.3, 2018. 

4. “Telanpu Zhengfu De Meiguo Qihou Zhengce Zouxiang Fenxi (Analysis of US Policy Trend on Climate Change of the Trump Administration)”, Heping Yu Fazhan (Peace and Development Studies), No.1, 2017. 

5. “Zhongguo Qiye Zouchuqu: Yi Touzi Shoucuo Wei Shijiao De Kaocha (China’s Enterprise Goes Global: A Case Study on Failed Investments)”, Xin Shiye (Expanding Horizons), No.3, 2015. 

6. “Cong Haijiang Zhengduan Kan Zhoubian Waijiao Xingshi De Fuzaxing (The Complexity of China’s Diplomatic Situation from Its Maritime Dispute)”, Jiaoxue Yu Yanjiu (Teaching and Research), No.6, 2014. 

7. “Yatai Zaipingheng Xia De Meiguo Chaoxian Zhengce Yu Zhongmei Boyi (A Study on U.S. Policy towards North Korea and China-U.S. Cooperation and Competition in the Context of U.S. Rebalance to Asia)”, Dongbeiya Xuekan (Journal of Northeast Asia Studies), No.4, 2013. 

  

SELECT OP-EDS: 

1. “Will 'Longer Telegram' revive Cold War sentiment in the US? Hardly”, Global Times, January 30, 2021 

2. “Trump leaves behind a bad China policy legacy”, Global Times, January 18, 2021 

3. “Canada should deal with Meng case prudently”, China Daily, June 11, 2020 

4. “Trump summons ghosts of McCarthyism”, Global Times, May 13, 2020 

5. “Why the US can’t win new cold war it started”, Global Times, February 22, 2020 

6. “Pompeo on wrong side of history”, Global Times, November 9, 2019 

7. “Anti-China behavior in U.S. clouds future of Sino-U.S. ties”, CGTN, July 30, 2019 

8. “Fair view on China scarce in US political arena”, Global Times, May 6, 2019 

9. “The game is not over for Trump”, CGTN, April 20, 2019 

10. “Trump administration’s sudden volte-face on China policy is confusing”, Global Times, October 8, 2018 

11. “Fears of second Cold War misplaced”, Global Times, May 21, 2018 

12. “US in need of rational voice on China”, Global Times, March 21, 2018 

  

EMAIL: zhangtengjun@ciis.org.cn 

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