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Senior Research Fellows

TENG Jianqun

CURRICULUM VITAE

INFORMATION

Main Research Fields: Arms control and disarmament;

Non-proliferation of nuclear weapons; China’s security policy;

International security theories

 

Language Skills: Chinese (native); English (fluent)

Email: tengjianqun@vip.sina.com.cn

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

Dr. TENG Jianqun is a senior research fellow at the Department for American Studies, CIIS. He has worked at CIIS since he was discharged from active military service in September 2004. Dr. Teng served in the PLA for 25 years, first in the Navy (1979-1992) and later in the Academy of Military Science (1992-2004). He was the editor-in-chief of the Academy of Military Science journal World Military Review and also an assistant research fellow there. Dr. Teng has published several dozens of articles on the issues of arms control, disarmament, and nonproliferation, in addition to authoring several reports and books.

Dr. Teng received his BA in English language and literature from PLA Naval Communication College in 1983, his MA in military science from PLA Academy of Military Science in 1995, his MA in South Asian area studies from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London University in 1999, and his PhD degree in international relations from Peking University in 2006.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books:

1.TENG Jianqun (ed.): Global Nuclear Posture Review 2010/2011, Beijing: Current Affairs Press, 2011.

2.TENG Jianqun: An Assessment of U.S. Non-Proliferation Policy, Beijing: Military Publishing House of Friendship and Literature, 2011.

3.TENG Jianqun (ed.): An Introduction to International Arms Control and Disarmament, Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2009.

4.Harlan K. Ullman, Shock and Awe: Achieving Rapid Dominance, translated by TENG Jianqun, Beijing: Xinhua Publishing House, 2004.

 

Selected Research Articles in English:

1.Choices and Challenges of China’s Nuclear Disarmament Policy, China Security, Vol.6, No.1, 2010.

2.Space Weaponization and Space Security: A Chinese Perspective, China Security, Vol.2, 2006.

3.   Chinese Perspective on Japan's Defense Transparency, Policy Brief 2012-6, Northeast Asia Defense Transparency Project, University of California Instutue on Global Conflict and Cooperation, March 2012. 

 

Selected Research Articles in Chinese:

1.“Review and Outlook of China-U.S. Nuclear Dialogue”, International Studies, No.3, 2011.

2.“On the Third Party Factor of China-U.S. Relations”, International Studies, No.1, 2011.

3.  “On China’s Military Transparency”, International Studies, No.3, 2009.

4.“On China’s CBMs: History and Prospect”, International Studies, No.3, 2008.

5.“Non-Proliferation and Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy”, International Studies, No.6, 2006.

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