Xiang Lanxin

China

Professor, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva; Director of Center of One Belt, One Road and Eurasian Security, China National Institute for SCO Studies, Shanghai

He was Director of China Policy Analysis at HEID. Xiang Lanxin held the Henry A. Kissinger Chair of Foreign Policy and International Affairs at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, (2003-2004). He has also held a Chair of International Affairs at Fudan University in Shanghai, and Zijiang Chair at East China Normal University and a Visiting Chair at Foreign Affairs University (CFAU), Beijing. He is a Senior Associate at CSIS in Washington, DC, and Contributing Editor at Survival, IISS, London.

Xiang Lanxin is a regular commentator for South China Morning Post, Hong Kong and Global Times, Beijing.

He has a PhD from the Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University.

His primary interest is China’s relations with the US and Europe, with publications that include three English books and five in Chinese.  

Materials

Donald Trump and One China Policy
21.12.2016
Beijing cannot continue dealing with the “inside-beltway” foreign policy establishment, whose utter failure in engaging China in the past eight years has pushed the bilateral US-China ties to the

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