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Zhang Weiwei (professor)
In this Chinese name, the family name is Zhang.
Zhang Weiwei (simplified Chinese: 张维为; traditional Chinese: 張維為; pinyin: Zhāng Wéiwèi) is a Chinese professor of international relations at Fudan University, and a senior research fellow at the Chunqiu Institute, a member of Communist Party of China. He was a senior fellow at the Centre for Asian Studies, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and a visiting professor at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations.
Professor
Zhang Weiwei
张维为

Zhang Weiwei in 2017
BornDecember 25, 1958 (age 62)
Shanghai, China
Alma mater
InstitutionsChina Institute, Fudan University
Main interests
Developing nations
Governance
International political economy
Nation-building and democratization
Strategic and security issues
Notable ideas
The China Wave: Rise of a Civilizational State
Influences
Zhang has written extensively in English and Chinese on People's Republic of China's economic and political reform, China's development model and comparative politics. Zhang worked as an English interpreter for some Chinese leaders, including Deng Xiaoping, in the mid-1980s. He expanded on the concept of a civilization state with his book The China Wave: Rise of a Civilizational State.
Zhang Weiwei first predicted Arab Winter in his June 2011 debate with Francis Fukuyama, who believed Arab Spring might be spread to China.[1] "My understanding of the Middle East leads me to conclude that the West should not be too happy. It will bring enormous problems to American interest. It is called 'Arab Spring' for now, and I guess it will soon turn to be the winter for the Middle East."[2]
Works
External links
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References
  1. ^ 张维为. "观天下讲坛| 张维为:话语自信——回望六年前与福山的那场辩论"​. Guancha (in Chinese).
  2. ^ "谁的终结?——福山与张维为对话"中国模式"-张维为、弗朗西斯·福山"​. Guancha (in Chinese). Retrieved 2 August 2018. 而且我自己对中东的了解使我得出这样的结论,西方千万不要太高兴,这会给美国的利益会带来很多的问题。现在叫中东的春天,我看不久就要变成中东的冬天。
  3. ^ Zhang, Wei-Wei (1994). "Ideological trends and economic reform in China, (1978-1993)". Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Retrieved 2021-04-28.
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