Associate Prof. Dr. Zhao Guangrui

Guangrui

Freie Universität Berlin

Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science

Center for Transnational Studies, Foreign- and Security Policy (ATASP)

Research Fellow

Address
Ihnestr. 22
14195 Berlin

Zhao Guangrui is an Associate Professor at the School of Government of Nanjing University and a Researcher at Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies. His interest covers international relations, German history and culture, comparative nationalism, European integration, Chinese diplomacy. He has a Ph.D in international politics from Peking University (2006-2011), and received Bachelor of Arts in international politics from Nanjing University (2004). He studied at the Institute of Political Science of Tübingen University as Ph.D candidate from September 2008 to September 2010. He is conducting the research on “The Historical Development and the Tradition of German Studies of International Relations History” in Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science.

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  • “The Historical Development and the Tradition of German Studies of International Relations History”, Supported by Nanjing University (2018-2020)

  • “Britain and the Making of Early Westerners’ Tibet Images”, Supported by National Social Science Foundation of China (2014-2018)

  • “Eckart Kehr and His Research on the Naval Expansion of the Second Deutsches Reich”, Supported by Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies (2017)

  • “Primacy of Internal Politics: Eckart Kehr’s Research on the History of German Fleet Expansion under Wilhelm II”, Meeting Article, World History Forum 2018, Shanghai University, September, 2018.

  • “Habermas’s Thoughts on European Integration”, Deutschland-Studien (Germany-Studies), No.3, 2018.

  • “The SS-Expedition in Tibet (1938-1939)”, Deutschland-Studien (Germany -Studies), No.3, 2014.

  • “Britain and the Construction of an Image of Tibetan Independence”, The Journal of International Studies, No.3, 2010.

  • “Tibet Issue in Sino-German Relations”, Chinese Journal of European Studies,No.3, 2009.

  • “Positive Impact of EU Constitution-Making on European Citizenship”, Chinese Journal of European Studies, Vol.25 No.3, June2007.

  • “Constitution-Making Process: the Perspective of European Public Sphere”, Deutschland-Studien, Vol.22 , No.2, Summer 2007.