Zhang Zhexin is an Adjunct Fellow at the Charhar Institute in Beijing. Dr. Zhang Zhexin is a Research Fellow at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS). He received his Ph.D. from Fudan University in 2008, majoring in international politics. His research focuses on East Asian geopolitics, Sino-US relations and Taiwan’s external relations.
He is the Chinese translator of Marketing of the President: political marketing as a campaigning strategy. He is also on the editorial board of Journal of Political Marketing and is an editor of China Quarterly of International Strategic Studies and Cross-Taiwan Strait Studies. He was a Visiting Fellow at the Henry L. Stimson Center in Washington, DC in 2011.
“A New Arms Race in Sight? —a qualitative assessment of the current geopolitical rivalry in East Asia (Global Review, Winter 2014)
“China and the US in the Era of Strategic Competition (Theory Horizon, December 2014)
“Taiwan-Latin American relations since Ma Yingjiu Took Office” (Cross-Taiwan Strait Studies, Issue 3, 2014)
“The New Security Concept and Sino-ASEAN Security Dilemma” (Global Review, Issue 3, 2014)
“The Declining Chinese Image and Its Impact on US-China Issues During the 2012 US Presidential Campaign” (in Priscilla Roberts, ed., Going Soft? The US and China Go Global, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014)