Department Head and Associate Professor
Master Programme Coordinator (International Relations and Public Policy)
Jean Monnet Chair
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Siena, Italy (2008)
M.A. in European Politics, University of Leuven, Belgium (2004)
M.A. in Applied Linguistics, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China (2002)
B.A. in English Studies, Shanghai International Studies University, China (1998)
Associate Degree in English Studies, Shanghai Institute of Education, China (1991)
Chinese foreign policy, particularly, with reference to global governance and transnational norms;
European politics, with an emphasis on European Union studies and European foreign policy;
Sino-European relations, including cultural and civilizational matters;
Interpretation in international and political studies;
• Chinese politics, with a focus on post-socialist regime.
W. Song & J. Wang (eds), The European Union in the Asia Pacific: Rethinking Europe’s Strategies and Policies, Manchester University Press, forthcoming in February 2019.
W. Song (ed) China’s Relations with Central and Eastern Europe: From “Old Comrades” to New Partners?, Routledge, 2017.
W. Song, China’s Approach to Central Asia: Evolution of Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Routledge, 2016.
J. Wang & W. Song (eds), China, the European Union, and International Politics of Global Governance, Palgrave MacMillan, 2016.
W. Ai & W. Song, “China and European Union’s Participation in Conflict Resolution: Norm Dynamics, Convergence, and Divergence in Foreign Policy”, forthcoming in Journal of Contemporary China.
G. Mak & W. Song, “Transnational Norms and Governing Illegal Wildlife Trade in China and Japan: Elephant Ivory and Related Products under CITES’, forthcoming in Cambridge Review of International Affairs.
W. Song, “China’s Long March to Central and Eastern Europe”, forthcoming in the European Review, first view, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1062798718000431, 2018.
• W. Song & R. B. Hall, European Union’s Construction of International Identity via Strategic Partnerships: Associating and Social Distancing, forthcoming in Contemporary Politics, first view, https://doi.org/10.1080/13569775.2018.1497463, 2018.