Dr. Chu Shulong is currently a senior fellow at China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), and a professor at College of International Relations in Beijing. He is also a council member of Chinese Association for American Studies and CSCAP (Council on Security Cooperation in Asia-Pacific) China National Committee , member of Chinese Society for Pacific Studies and Chinese Association for Taiwanese Studies.
Chu Shulong received his B.A. degree in English from Dailian Foreign Languages University in 1982, a B.A. degree in Law from College of International Relations in 1985, and a Ph.D. degree in political science from the George Washington University in 1993. He has served as the director for American Studies Division at CICIR, a teaching officer at an Air Force college in China.
As an expert on international relations and American studies, Dr. Chu’s major area of research covers American politics and foreign policy, especially US China policy and Sino-U.S.; Asian security; China’s foreign and security policies, and international relations. His most recent publications includes the books of America Crosses the Century; Engagement and Prevention : U.S. China Policy in the Post-Cold War Era; and China and America: Cooperation and Conflicts.