Zeren LANGJIA （郎加泽仁） obtained double PhD degrees in English Language and Literature from Sichuan University, China and in EU Studies from Ghent University, Belgium. He also holds a Master’s degree in Communication Studies and a Postgraduate Diploma in Chinese Business Development from Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium. Currently, he is researcher assistant at the Centre for European Studies of Sichuan University. His research interests are in the areas of Normative Power EUrope, EU human rights promotion (in Japan), EU’s international roles and its foreign policy.
Email address: Zeren.Langjia@Yahoo.Com
Publications in English
1. Langjia, Zeren & Shi, Jian (2019). “Chinese and EU Policies towards Central Asia: A Perspective of Conceptual Divergences in Key Policy Domains”, EU-China Observer, Issue 1, pp. 9-12.
2. Shi, Jian & Langjia, Zeren (2019). “China’s Ascent: A Strategic Perspective of Its Vision”, in M.O. Hosli & J. Selleslaghs (eds.) The Changing Global Order, by Springer (forthcoming).
3. Langjia, Zeren & Shi, Jian (2019). “Terrorism Situation and Its Challenges to European Union: A Longitudinal Statistical Analysis”, Central European Journal of International and Security Studies, Vol. 13, Issue 1, pp. 161-96.
4. Shi, Jian, Langjia, Zeren & Li, Zhuyu (2017), “Chinese College Students’ Perceptions of the EU and Its Relations with China”, European Foreign Affair Review, Vol. 22, Issue 3, pp. 411-32.
5. Langjia, Zeren & Shi, Jian (2016). “The EU-China-USA Triad: The Voice of America Challenging EU-China Comprehensive Strategic Partnership”, in Xinning Song & Hua Liu (eds.) China-EU 40 Years Diplomatic Relations: A New Type of Strategic Partnership, Beijing: China University of Political Science and Law Press.
Publications in Chinese
1. Shi, Jian & Langjia, Zeren (2019). “Misinterpretations on Gramsci’s Theory of Cultural Hegemony”, Humanities and Social Sciences Journal of Hainan University, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 87-93.
2. Langjia, Zeren (2016), “EU Normative Power and Non-Traditional Security Challenge”, in Ge Su (ed.) Evolving International Order and Major-Country Diplomacy with Chinese Characteristics (pp. 192-206), Beijing: World Affairs Press.