Dingding Chen

Dingding Chen

Non-Resident Fellow


Dingding Chen is a non-resident fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) and an assistant professor of government and public administration at the University of Macau. His research focuses on Chinese foreign policy, international relations theory, international human rights and international public opinion.

Dingding’s articles have appeared in International Security, Journal of Contemporary China, Chinese Journal of International Politics, and The Washington Quarterly. He is a frequent contributor to The Diplomat magazineundefined and is the co-editor of a forthcoming book on international engagement with human rights in China to be published by Routledge.

He was a visiting instructor in the government department at Dartmouth College and was affiliated with the Olin Institute for Strategic Studies at Harvard University. Dingding was also a China and the World Program Fellow at Princeton University. Dingding holds a bachelor’s degree in international economics from the Renmin University of China and a master’s degree and PhD in political science from the University of Chicago.

Recent Publications

Commentary 31 October 2015

Calmness and Patience are Needed Between China, US in South China Sea

by Dingding Chen
CNN International

Commentary 09 June 2015

Economic Interdependence Underpins Peace Between China and the US

by Dingding Chen
South China Morning Post

Article 04 June 2015

Who Supports Democracy? Evidence from a Survey of Chinese Students and Scholars in the United States

by Dingding Chen, Donglin Han

Commentary 10 March 2015

Sorry, America: China Is Not Going to Collapse

by Dingding Chen
The National Interest

Article 05 March 2015

Democracy Promotion and China: Blocker or Bystander?

by Katrin Kinzelbach, Dingding Chen

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