Zhang Lihua: Female, Ph.D.
Professor at Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University
Director of Research Center for China-EU Relations
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
School of Social Sciences
Party School of CCP in Liaoning Province
1982.9 ~ 1991.8
International Politics Department
Visiting Experience Abroad
1997.9~1998.9, Visiting scholar at University of Illinois at Urbana —— Champaign , US.
2006,1~2006.2, Visiting scholar at Maison des Sciences de I'Homme , Paris, France.
2008-9—2009.3, Guest researcher at Institute of Social Development and Policy, Seoul University, South Korea.
Main Research Fields
Contemporary Chinese Politics
Chinese Culture and Diplomacy
Teaching Curricula for Postgraduate
Monographic Study In the History of International Relations
Monographic Study In the contemporary Chinese politics
Teaching Curricula for Undergraduate
Contemporary Political Ideology Trend In the West
Democratic Theories and Practice
Modern History of International Relations
Publications and Articles
Has published more than 50 academic articles and 7 academic works.
“A Study of the Yugoslavian Self-Government Socialist Theory”, China Social Science Press, 2002.
“A Study of Market Economy and Democratic Politics”, Democracy Development Press, 2002.
”The Road of the Rule of Law and Democracy in China”, China Social Science Press, 2006.
Editor in chief of “A Study of China-EU Relations”, China Social Science Press, 2012.
Editor in chief of “Chinese Culture and Diplomacy”, Intellectual Property Rights Press, 2013.
Editor in chief of “The European Sovereign Debt Crisis and China-EU Relations”, Intellectual Property Rights Press, 2013.
Editor in chief of “The Cultural Diplomacy between China-EU and Its Influence”, Intellectual Property Rights Press, 2014.
Chairperson of these projects:
“A Study of the Yugoslavian Self-government Socialist Theory”, supported by the National Philosophical and Social Science Foundation 1996—1999.
“A Study of Market Economy and Democratic Politics”, supported by the Beijing's Philosophical and Social Science Foundation 1996—2000.
“A Study on the Chinese Characteristics of ‘The Rule of Law and Democracy’”, supported by the Beijing's Philosophical and Social Science Foundation 2003—2004.
“How China’s Core Value Affects Chinese Foreign Policies”, supported by Tsinghua-Carnegie Center for Global Policy Research Grants 2011-2012.
“The Impact of Differences in Cultural Values on Sino-EU Relations”, supported by Tsinghua-Carnegie Center for Global Policy Research Grants 2012-2013.
“Comparative Study on the Cultural Diplomacy of China, US and EU, supported by Tsinghua-Carnegie Center for Global Policy Research Grants 2013-2014.