Weiqi Zhang, PhD
Assistant Professor, GovernmentSend a Message
PhD, University of Georgia
MA, University of Kentucky
BA, Fudan University
- International Relations
- Comparative Politics
Social and political liberalization in closed societies (e.g. China and North Korea).
2015 – Present
Assistant Professor of Government, Suffolk University
2014 – 2015
Lecturer of Political Science, Middle Georgia State College
Adjunct Professor, North Georgia College and State University
Ling, Juan, Lei Xu, and Weiqi Zhang. 2019, “The Contingent Value of Entrepreneurs’ Political Capital: Evidence from China.” Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, vol. 20, Issue 3, 189-214.
Zhang, Weiqi and Ginger Denton, 2019, “The North Korean Nuclear Dilemma: Does China have Leverage?” Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, Vol.6, No.2, 107-135.
Zhang, Weiqi and Micky Lee, 2019, “Black Markets, Red States: A comparison of underground media flows in 1970s-1980s mainland China and post-2010 North Korea,” in Hallyu and North Korea: Soft Power of Popular Culture, edited by Youna Kim, Routledge.
Zhang, Weiqi and Dmitry Zinoviev, 2018, “How North Korea Views China: Quantitative Analysis of Korean Central News Agency Reports,” Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, vol. 30, No. 3, p.377-396.
Zhang, Weiqi, 2018, “Neither Friend nor Big Brother: China’s role in North Korean Foreign Policy Strategy,” Palgrave Communications, 4:16 (Invited commentary contribution).