Qiang Xin is Professor and Deputy Director of the Center for American Studies at Fudan University. His research is mainly focusing on China-US relations, maritime security studies, US politics and Taiwan issue.From Oct. 2010 to Jan. 2012, he pursued a 15-month visiting scholarship in the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University.
Prof. Xin is the author of Interpreting US Taiwan Policymaking: Perspective of Congress (Shanghai People Press, 2010), ¡°Semi-Self-Contained¡± Congress and Taiwan Issue: Models of US Congress Diplomacy (Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2005), co-author of US Congress and US Security Policy toward China, 1989-2004 (Beijing: Shishi Press, 2005), and co-editor of US Congress and Taiwan Issue (Fudan University Press, 2005). He has published numerous articles in Mainland China, U.S., Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He is also the translator of several books, including Theory of International Politics (Chinese translation of Kenneth Waltz¡¯s work), After Hegemony (Chinese translation of Robert Keohane¡¯s work), Propaganda and Public Mind (Chinese translation of Noam Chomsky¡¯s work), and A G-Man¡¯s Life: The FBI, Being ¡®Deep Throat¡¯, and the Struggle for Honor in Washington (Chinese translation of Mark Felt¡¯s work).
In 2002, Prof. Xin joined the Center for American Studies, Fudan University. From Sept. 2001 to July 2002, he was a visiting scholar in American University in Washington, DC. During this period, he served as a congressional staff for US Congressman Jim McDermott from Nov.2001 to May 2002. In 2003, he was chosen as the ¡°Social Science Study Elite¡± by France Foreign Ministry and went to France for two-month studies. From June to July 2006, Qiang went to Tamkang University in Taiwan to pursue a short-term visiting research, and from July to August 2009, he was invited by Soochow University in Taiwan for a one-month stay as a visiting scholar. As an attorney, Dr. Xin also worked as a part time lawyer involving international trade disputes.
Prof. Xin got his Ph.D degree from the School of International Relations at Fudan University in June 2002, and has been awarded for several times by Shanghai government and Fudan University for his academic excellence and leadership.