Shu Guang Zhang is professor and vice rector for Academic Affairs at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST). Prior to this position, he was tenured professor at University of Maryland at College Park.
He is the author of Deterrence and Strategic Culture: Chinese-American Confrontations, 1949-58 (Cornell University Press, 1992); Mao's Military Romanticism: China and the Korean War, 1950-53 (Kansas, 1994); and Economic Cold War: America's Embargo against China and The Sino-Soviet Alliance, 1949-1963 (Wilson Center-Stanford, 2001).
Zhang's new book, Beijing's Foreign Economic Statecraft: An International History, is scheduled for publication by the Woodrow Wilson Center in the spring of 2012.
In 1990-91, Zhang was an Olin Foundation postdoctoral fellow in international security at Yale University. He received a Norwegian Nobel Institute fellowship in international studies for the spring of 1995 (Oslo, Norway). He was also awarded a Distinguished Visiting Professorship at Shanghai International Studies University (Shanghai, China) in 2000.
Last Updated: November 8, 2018