Zheng Wang

Carnegie Fellow

Zheng Wang was a Class of 2016 & 2017 Carnegie Fellow at New America. He will write a book about how to think about China’s rise and future U.S.-China relations. The book aims to inform the policy community how to interpret and respond to China’s new diplomatic initiatives, maritime disputes with its neighbors, and nationalism. Zheng Wang is currently the Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies and an Associate Professor in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. His book Never Forget National Humiliation: Historical Memory in Chinese Politics and Foreign Relations is the recipient of the International Studies Association’s the Yale H. Ferguson Award for the best book of the year. He has a Ph.D. in conflict resolution from George Mason University.

All Work

What a University of Maryland Commencement Speech Reveals About China

Zheng Wang wrote for The Diplomat on the graduation speech from Yang Shuping, a student from China, and the heated discussion it generated.

Trump and Xi Need a Timeout

Zheng Wang wrote for for Foreign Policy about a mutually agreed-upon diplomatic break between the US and China.

How the Chinese See U.S. Elections: Three Myths

Zheng Wang articulates why the Chinese don't, in fact, see themselves as creating great deals at America's expense.

The Real Reason the Xi-Ma Meeting Was Historic

Mr. Xi Jinping just met Mr. Ma Ying-jeou in Singapore, an event many media members have praised as historic. On one level, this is no doubt