US-Asia Relations Fellow
Niu Jun is a visiting fellow at the Ash Center and a Professor at the School of International Relations, Peking University. Previously, Dr. Niu served as a Senior Fellow and Chief of Division of American Diplomacy at the Institute of American Studies in the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences from 1990 to 2000 and as a Professor at Remin University. His academic interest lies in the fields of China’s foreign policy making since 1949, US foreign policy, and Sino-US relations. His main publications include: From Yan’an to the World: The Origin and Development of Chinese Communist foreign Policy (Norwalk: EastBridge, 2005); Towards a History of Chinese Communist Foreign Relations (1920s-1960s), and Lengzhan yu zhongguo (“The Cold War andChina,” co-edited with Zahng Baijia, Beijing: Shijie Zhishi Press, 2002). He received his Ph.D. from the People’s University.