Feng Zhang is a Senior Lecturer at the Australian National University’s Department of International Relations, Deputy Director (Higher Degree by Research) of the ANU’s Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, and a member of the executive committee of the Australian Centre on China in the World based at the ANU. His research focuses on Chinese foreign and security policy, Asia-Pacific security relations (especially the South China Sea), international relations in East Asian history, and international relations theory.
His first book, Chinese Hegemony: Grand Strategy and International Institutions in East Asian History, was published by Stanford University Press in 2015. He is currently completing a new book, with Professor Richard Ned Lebow, Managing Sino-American Conflict. His articles have appeared in Asia Policy, Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, Australian Journal of International Affairs, China: An International Journal, Chinese Journal of International Politics, East Asian Policy, European Journal of International Relations, International Politics,Political Science Quarterly,Review of International Studies, Survival, and The Washington Quarterly.
He is also an Adjunct Professor at the National Institute for South China Sea Studies in China, and has received visiting research fellowships from the East Asian Institute of the National University of Singapore and the Guangdong Institute of International Strategy in China. Prior to ANU, he taught at Tsinghua University in Beijing and Murdoch University in Perth.
He is a regular contributor to international media and policy forums including ChinaFile,East Asian Forum, Foreign Affairs, Financial Times, Foreign Policy, International Public Policy Review, The Paper, The Strategist,and The Straits Times. He can be reached via email at email@example.com, via Twitter @fengzhangmc, and via his website at http://fengzhang.net.
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