Li Haidong

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Professor in International Relations, Director of Center for American Studies, CFAU


U.S. Diplomacy and China-U.S. Relations



·                     Ph.D. (Nanjing University)

·                     M.A. (Nanjing University)

·                     B.A. (Shandong Normal University)


Biographical Statement

Professor Li Haidong is the Professor of the Institute of International Relations, China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU). He also serves as the Director of Center for American Studies, CFAU. His research interests mainly lie in U.S. Diplomacy and China-U.S. Relations. He also has the Membership in Beijing Project of One-Hundred Young and Middle-Aged Talents in Social Science.

Professor Li Haidong convenes the courses Sino-U.S. Relations and U.S. Diplomacy (in English), Special Topics in Current U.S. Foreign Policy, U.S. Diplomatic History and China-U.S. Relations. He is a Supervisor of M.A. Candidatesand a Supervisor of Ph.D. Candidates. Professor Li has been the Fulbright Visiting Scholar in SAIS at Johns Hopkins University (2015-2016), Visiting Fellow in International Security Studies (ISS) at Yale University (2008-2009) and U.S. National Security Fellow in University of California, San Diego (2006). He did his post-doctor research on U.S. Diplomacy and the Relationship among Big Powers at Fudan University (2000-2002).




Li Haidong, Studies on NATO Enlargement (1948-1999), Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2010.

Li Haidong, NATO Eastward Expansion and RU.Ssia’s Strategic Choice (coauthored with a scholar on RU.Ssia studies), Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2010.

Li Haidong, The History of Modern and Contemporary World (coauthored with other two scholars on world history), Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2004 (Reprinted in 2005).



Li Haidong, “The U.S. and the Security Construction in Europe and the Asia-Pacific Region: A Comparative Study on the Grand Strategies of NATO Eastward Expansion and Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific Region”, American Studies Quarterly, Summer 2013.

Li Haidong, “New Type of Big Power Relationship Promoting Healthy China-U.S Ties”, Journal of Ziguang Pavilion (Ziguang Ge), Issue 7, 2013.

Li Haidong, “Exploring U.S Policy Toward Arab Spring Movement”, Journal of Contemporary World, Issue 3, 2013.

Li Haidong, “Impact of the Strategy of U.S Pivot to Asia on China-U.S Relations”, Journal of Ziguang Pavilion (Ziguang Ge), Issue 10, 2013.

Li Haidong, “Comparative Studies on U.S Grand Strategies toward Soviet Union and China”, Chapter 4 in Book titled The United States Long-term Strategy toward China (chief editor Prof. Wang Fan), Beijing: World Affairs Press, December 2012.

Li Haidong, “China-U.S Relation: Assessment of its Current State and Analysis of its Trend”, Foreign Affairs Observer, Autumn Issue 2012(Inaugural Issue).

Li Haidong, “In-depth Analyses of Liberal Tradition in U.S Foreign Policy”, Journal of World Education, 2012 (special issue focU.Sing on China-U.S Relations).

Li Haidong, “Analysis of China-U.S Relations”, Chapter 9 in Book titled Great Power Relations and China’s Diplomacy (chief editor Prof. Qi Yaqing), World Affairs Publishing HoU.Se, December 2011.

Li Haidong, “Exploring U.S Domestic Factors in its Policy toward DPRK Nuclear Issue”, Journal of Contemporary World, Issue 3, 2010.

Li Haidong, “Obama Administration’s Climate Policy and Copenhagen Conference on Climate Change”, Foreign Affairs Review, Issue 6, 2009.

Li Haidong, “From Periphery to Center: the Evolution of American Policy toward Climate Change”, American Studies Quarterly, Issue 2, 2009.

Li Haidong, “China-U.S Relations (1979-2009): Features and Trend”, Journal of Contemporary World, Issue 1, 2009.

Li Haidong, “Systematically Analysis of U.S Policy toward RU.Ssia in post-Cold War Era”, Foreign Affairs Review, Issue 5, 2008.

Li Haidong, “Analysis of George W. BU.Sh’s Visit to South Asia”, Journal of Contemporary World, Issue 4, 2006.

Li Haidong, “Exploration on the Possibility of RU.Ssia’s Entry of NATO “ RU.Ssia Studies Quarterly, Issue 3, 2005.

Li Haidong, “Comments on Thomas P.M. Barnett’s ‘Core-Gap Thesis’”, American Studies Quarterly, Issue 1, 2005.

Li Haidong, “Kissinger’s Dilemma and the Future of American Diplomacy” American Studies Quarterly, Issue 3, 2004.

Li Haidong, “NATO Enlargement: History and Influence”, Journal of China Foreign Affairs University, Issue 4, 2004.

Li Haidong, “An Overview of Studies on NATO Outreach and Enlargement: Interpretations of International Relations Theories and Perspective of ‘International Institution – Democracy’”, Americas & Europe Quarterly (Center for International Studies in Political University, Taipei), Spring Issue, 2001.

Li Haidong, “Partnership for Peace and AdjU.Stment of NATO’s Role and Function”, International Forum, Issue 2, 2001.

Li Haidong, “Clinton Administration and NATO Enlargement”, American Studies Quarterly, Issue 2, 2001.

Li Haidong, “Partnership for Peace and the NATO Enlargement”, Journal of Europe Studies, Issue 3, 1999.

Li Haidong, “Containment and Reconciliation: Reanalysis of George Kennan’s Concept of Containment”, Asia Review, Issue 2, 1999.

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