I have taught the following courses on Chinese politics and foreign policy, Asia-Pacific security, and international relations at the Australian National University (Canberra), Murdoch University (Perth), Tsinghua University (Beijing), the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, London).

  • China’s New Approaches to Asia Pacific Security (ANU, undergraduate course)
  • Chinese Thinking on International Relations (ANU, graduate seminar)
  • China: Global Engagement and Domestic Transformation (ANU, graduate seminar)
  • The Rise of Greater China (Murdoch University, undergraduate course)
  • International Security Studies (Murdoch University, undergraduate course)
  • Introduction to International Relations (Tsinghua University, undergraduate course)
  • Selected Topics in History and International Relations (Tsinghua University, graduate seminar)
  • State and Society in Chinese Political Process (SOAS, graduate seminar)
  • Foreign Policy Analysis (LSE, graduate teaching assistant)
  • The Structure of International Society (LSE, graduate teaching assistant)
  • The New World Order: America, Asia, Europe (LSE/PKU summer school, teaching assistant)


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 policy, Asia-Pacific security, and international relations theory. He is also Adjunct Professor at the National Institute for South China Sea Studies in China.

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