Jianwei WANG 王建偉

Professor
Program Coordinator, Masster of Arts in International Relations and Public Policy

Director, Insitute of Global and Public Affairs


Contact Information

Tel: +853 8822 8305
Office: Room 4041a, Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21)
E-mail: jjwang@um.edu.mo

  • Ph. D. in Political Science, University of Michigan (1994)
  • Master Degree in International History, Fudan University, Shanghai (1985)
  • Bachelor Degree in International Politics, Fudan University, Shanghai (1982)
  • U.S.-China relations
  • Chinese foreign policy
  • China-Japan relations
  • East Asian security affairs
  • Jianwei Wang, Dingding Chen and Feng Liu (eds.). Forecasting in International Relations: Theory and Practice (国际关系中的预测理:论与实践) (Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin Publishing House, 2014).
  • Jianwei Wang and Jing Zou (2014). "China Goes to Africa: A Strategic Move?" Journal of Contemporary China 23:90, 1113-1132.
  • Jianwei Wang and Xiaojie Wang (2014). "Media and Chinese Foreign Policy" Journal of Contemporary China 23:86, 216-235.
  • Jianwei Wang.“The United States and the Changing Cross-Strait Relations,” in Weixing Hu, ed., New Dynamics in Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations, (London: Routledge, 2013).
  • Jianwei Wang (ed). The Latest Trends in International Relations Studies Beijing: Chinese People’s University Press, 2010.
  • Jianwei Wang.“The US-Japan Alliance in the 21st Century: A Chinese Perspective,” in Purnendra Jain and Lam Peng Er, eds., Japan’s Strategic Challenges in a Changing Regional Environment (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).
  • Yufan Hao and Jianwei Wang (eds.). Macau and Sino-U.S. Relations (Plymouth: Lexington Books, 2011).
  • Jianwei Wang. Limited Adversaries, Post-Cold War Sino-American Mutual Images, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000).

Jianwei Wang is Professor in the Department of Government and Public Administration at the University of Macau. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Michigan and a B.A. and M.A. in International Politics from Fudan University (Shanghai). Previously, he was Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He has also served as a research fellow and visiting scholar at George Washington University’s Sigur Center for Asian Studies, the Atlantic Council of the United States, the East-West Center (Hawaii), and the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research in Geneva. His teaching and research focus on East Asian politics and security, Chinese and American politics and foreign policy, Sino-American and Sino-Japanese relations, and UN peacekeeping operations. He has published extensively in these areas.