Dr. Yiwei Wang is associate professor of Center for American Studies and assistant dean of Institute of International Studies at Fudan University, member of ISA, BISA, ECPR , APISA, SASD etc., used to be member of Young leaders Program of Pacific Forum, adjunct deputy director of Department of American Studies of Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS, 2004) and Fox Fellow of Yale Center for International and Area Studies, 2000-2001, Korea Foundation-Yonsei distinguished visiting professor at Graduate School of International Studies of Yonsei University (2005). He got his Ph.D. in 2001 from Department of International Politics, Fudan University and B.A. in 1995 from Department of Environmental Science and Technology, East China University of Science and Technology. He has published more than eighty academic articles in The Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, Japanese Journal of Political Science, International Studies, Asia Perspective etc. and six books including Beyond Balance of Power: Global Governance and Co-operations among Great Powers, Shanghai Lexicology Press, 2008; Beyond International Relations: A Chinese Cultural Understanding of International Relations Theories, World Affairs Press, 2007; The Mythed America, China Social Sciences Press, 2007; The World Is Oval: Outlook of Future World Order, Tongji University Press, 2007; Does the World Revolve around the US? Beijing University Press, 2005; Comparative Studies on China-U.S. National Interests (ed.), Shishi Press, 2004; Soul of War - Analyzing the War of Tomorrow by History, East China Technical University Publishing House, 2003; The International Relations in the Age of Globalization, co-author, Fudan Univ. Press, 2000; Chinese Public Diplomacy and Rise of China¡¯s Soft Power(forthcoming) etc. He also published more than 300 commentaries in News Week, Harvard International Review, Asia Times, Lianhe Zaobao (Singapore), China Daily, Global Times etc. and was interviewed by The New York Times, VOA, CCTV, Phoenix TV, CRI etc. for more than 300 times. His research interests include International Relations Theory, Population and International Relations, Public Diplomacy, American Foreign Strategy and Sino-U.S. Relations, China¡¯s Foreign Policy etc. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.