Professor, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for UN Studies, Fudan University
Research Interests: United Nations, International Security, Global Governance, China-India-U.S. Relations, South Asian Issues
Zhang Guihong is professor and Director of Center for UN Studies at Fudan University. Prior to joining Fudan in 2006, he works at Zhejiang University as deputy director of Institute of International Politics. He is a member of Executive Board of United Nations Association of China. He is also Vice President and Secretary General of Shanghai UN Research Association.
Dr. Zhang was born in 1965. He received his Bachelor’s and Ph.D. in international relations from Fudan University, and Master’s in international politics from Zhejiang University. He was invited by U.S. Department of State to take part in the “International Visitor Leadership Program” (2003), and has been a visiting scholar at the Henry L. Stimson Center, Washington D.C., USA (2002-2003) and ASIA Fellow at School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (SIS/JNU) as well as Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi, India (2004-2005).
* China-U.S. Strategic Competition in International Organizations
* China-India Cooperation and Competition in International Organizations
* China and International Organizations
* China and UN Peacekeeping Operations
* UN and RBI
* China and the United Nations
* UN Development Report
* UN and Global Governance
* International Organizations
* China-U.S.-India Trilateral Relations
* China-India Relations
* US-India Relations
* Nuclear Non-proliferation and China’s National Security
* China’s Story with the United Nations: 50 Stories in 50 years
* Global Fight against COVID-19 from the Perspective of International Cooperation
* China and UN Peace Operations
* China and the United Nations
* Strong UN, Better World
* The United Nations and International Rule of Law
* The United Nations and South-South Cooperation
* China, the United Nations and Global Governance
* UN Development Report 2012
* UN Development Report 2013-2014
* The United Nations and Dialogue among Civilizations
* Secretary General of the United Nations
* Beyond Balance of Power: U.S. Security Strategy towards South Asia after the end of Cold War
* A Study of China-U.S.-India Trilateral Relations
* Asia’s Multilateralism
* Introduction of Political Science
* International Organizations and International Relations
* Introduction of International Relations
Selected Papers (since 2006)
* China-UN Cooperation and Belt and Road Initiative, Fudan University Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.5, 2020.
* Strategic Options of China’s Participation in UN Peacekeeping Operations, Hubei Social Sciences, Vol.5, 2020.
* The United Nations and UN Studies, The Journal of International Studies, Vol.4, 2020.
* The Characteristics of China Diplomacy toward International Organizations, International Review, Vol.4, 2020.
* The United Nations and Non-Traditional Security Governance, in Yu Xiaofeng ed., Non-Traditional Security, Peking University Press, 2020, pp. 156-171.
* A Comparative Analysis of BRI and Indo-Pacific Strategy, Contemporary International Relations, Vol.2, 2019.
* The United Nations and A Community of Shared Future for Human Beings, Contemporary World and Socialism, Vol.1, 2018.
* The United Nations, G20, and Global Development Governance, Contemporary World and Socialism, Vol.4, 2016.
* The Transformation of China’s UN Diplomacy, China Development Observation, Vol.11, 2016.
* The United Nations and New Type of International Relations, Contemporary World and Socialism, Vol.5, 2015.
* “One Belt, One Road” and South-South Cooperation, Fudan International Studies Review, Vol.16, 2015.
* The United Nations and Emerging Multilateral Institutions, in UNA-China ed., The 70 Years of United Nations: Achievements and Challenges, World Knowledge Press, 2015.
* A Reflection of U.S.-India Strategic Partnership, South Asian Studies Quarterly, No.1, 2014.
* India’s Dream of Being a Major Political Power and BRICS Cooperation, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, No.6, 2013.
* UN and Dialogue among Civilizations, Fudan UN Studies, No.2, 2013.
* China-India Relations in Global Perspective, Fudan International Studies Review, 2012.
* Reflections on India’s “Look East” Policy, China International Studies, No.4, 2012.
* Asian Multilateralism: Political Practice and Theoretical Contribution, International Review, No.2, 2012.
* China’s UN Diplomacy: 1971-2011, Strategic Analysis, Vol.35, No.6, November 2011, pp.973-981.
* Pakistan’s Strategic Position and the Future of China-Pakistan Relations, South Asian Studies Quarterly, No.2, 2011.
* India’s International Organization Diplomacy, International Review, No.2, 2010.
* China-India Relations – An Analytical Framework, South Asian Studies Quarterly, No.1, 2010.
* The Certainty and Uncertainty of China-India Relations, South Asian Studies, No.1, 2010.
* “The Road to Global Zero: China’s and India’s Perspectives”, Think India Quarterly, Vol.13, No.2, 2010.
* The Challenges and Trends and International Nuclear Non-proliferation System, International Review, No.6, 2009.
* Competition and Cooperation between China and India in Central Asia, South Asian Studies Quarterly, No.4, 2008.
* China and South Asian Regionalism: A Case Study of SAARC, South Asian Studies, No.2, 2008.
* Competition and Cooperation: China-India Relations in Regional Perspective, Contemporary Asia Pacific, No.12, 2006.
* India’s Think Tanks: An Elementary Observation, South Asian Studies Quarterly, No.4, 2006.
* “Sino-Indian Relations in the Regional Perspective”, Security and Society, Vol.2, No.2, Winter 2006, pp.54-65.
* “The Rise of China: India’s Perceptions and Responses”, South Asian Survey, Vol.13, No.1, 2006, pp.93-102.