- Professor, Fudan University, People's Republic of China
1986, BA in History; 1992, PhD in Int'l Relations, Fudan Univ. 1992, joined Center for American Studies, Fudan Univ.; 1994, Visiting Scholar, George Washington Univ.; 1997, Visiting Fellow, Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford Univ. and Henry Stimson Center, Washington DC; 2000, Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institution; 2006-07, Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow, US Institute of Peace; currently, Prof. and Deputy Director, Center for American Studies, and Assoc. Dean, School of Int'l Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan Univ. Author: Dollar Diplomacy and Major Powers in China, 1909-1913; Turbulent Water: US Asia-Pacific Security Strategy in the post-Cold War Era; Managing Crisis and Sustaining Peace between China and the United States.