Chang Liu is a PhD candidate in International Relations at China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU). He earned his bachelor’s degree from Shandong University (2011), master’s degree from the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (2014) and was a certificate student at the Johns Hopkins – Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (2012-13).
Liu’s research interests lie in China-U.S. relations, international security, Asia-Pacific politics and strategic psychology. Liu served as assistant research intern at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Remin University of China, from June to September, 2015. He also served as assistant research intern at China Energy Fund Committee (CEFC, Shanghai) from September 2013 to July 2014.
He was awarded the Outstanding Graduation Thesis Prize of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies in March 2014. Liu also wrote a publication on “The Future of the Sino-U.S. Relationship: A Chinese Millennial Perspective” for Millennials Speak: Essays on the 21st Century, Washington D.C. on March 2013.
Liu plans to continue his work on exploring how the United States should revise its grand strategy towards China.
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