Topics: International Relations
Regional focus: Asia and the Pacific
North America
Origin: China
Fellowship: Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow

Huang Jing is Professor and Director of Institute of the U.S. and Pacific Studies at Shanghai International Studies University. Previously, he was Dean of the Institute on International and Regional Studies at Beijing Language and Culture University, Director of the Centre on Asia and Globalization, and Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. He is an internationally recognized expert on Chinese politics, China's foreign relations, and security issues in the Asia-Pacific region.

Prof. Huang has written two books and numerous journal articles, book chapters and policy papers on Chinese politics, China’s foreign policy, the military, US-China relations, and security issues in Asia-Pacific. His book, Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics (Cambridge University Press, 2000), won the prestigious Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize in 2002.

Prof. Huang also serves as a Senior Overseas Economic Analyst for China’s Xinhua News Agency. This appointment has obliged him to provide advice to China’s policy-makers on major policy issues.

Before joining the LKYSPP, Huang Jing was a Senior Fellow at the John Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution (2004-2008). He also taught at Harvard University (1993-94), Utah State University (1994-2004) and Stanford University (2002-2003). He received his PhD in Political Science from Harvard University, and his M.A. in History from Fudan University.


Last updated: 2022