Dong WANG is associate professor in the School of International Studies and director of the Center for Northeast Asian Strategic Studies at Peking University. He also concurrently serves as deputy secretary general of the American Studies Center at Peking University, as well as member of the Steering Committee of the “East Asia Security Forum” at Chinese Overseas Educated Scholars Association.

WANG received his bachelor’s in law from Peking University and PhD in political science from UCLA. WANG had taught at York College of Pennsylvania, with a tenure-track appointment, before joining the faculty of Peking University. He has written extensively on US-China relations and China’s foreign policy. His current research interests include Cold War international history, US-China relations, American foreign policy, Chinese foreign policy, and international security. WANG Wang has provided consultation to China’s State Council and Ministry of Foreign Affairs on matters important to Chinese foreign policy. He has also served as Chinese delegate for important Track-II dialogues such as the Shangri-La Dialogue.  He has received many awards and was named an inaugural “China’s Rising Leader” by the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) in 2011.

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