Zhang Chuanjie

Resident Scholar
Carnegie China
Zhang Chuanjie’s expertise and program at Carnegie China examines the impact of Chinese public opinion on China’s foreign policy.


Ph.D., M.A., Yale University

B.A., Beijing Foreign Studies University


Chinese; English


Zhang Chuanjie is a resident scholar at Carnegie China, where he leads a program focusing on the impact of Chinese public opinion on China’s foreign policy.  He is also an assistant professor in Tsinghua University’s Department of International Relations and the deputy director of Tsinghua’s Center for U.S.-China Relations

His research interests include U.S.-China relations and public opinion analysis.   Zhang is the author of the academic paper, “Affective U.S. Image Predicts Chinese Citizens’ Attitudes toward United States,” published in the Chinese Journal of International Politics.


  • CCTV June 8, 2013
    Xi's U.S. Visit

    The informal surroundings at Sunnylands enable Xi and Obama to have private and meaningful discussion about critical bilateral and global issues.

  • CCTV March 20, 2013
    10th Anniversary of Iraq War

    Given continuing sectarian strife and a rise in terrorist cells in Iraq, the U.S. invasion of the country could be a considered a military victory but is increasingly seen as the wrong political decision.

  • CNTV February 18, 2012
    Xi Jinping Goes Stateside

    Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States provided Beijing and Washington with the opportunity to enhance relations and engage in dialogue to help resolve more challenging issues.

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