Professor HUANG Renwei was born in September 1954 in Haimen, Jiangsu Province. He is a doctoral supervisor and recipient of a special expert allowance from the State Council, with a PhD degree in History. He now serves as Executive Vice President and Distinguished Professor of the Fudan Institute of Belt and Road & Global Governance. He is concurrently Director of the Academic Committee of Huazhi Institute for Global Governance, Nanjing University, Academic Member of the Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University, and Vice Chairman of China National Association for International Studies. He is the former Vice President and Director of the Institute of History in Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, former President of the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (formerly known as the School of International and Diplomatic Affairs), at Shanghai International Studies University, and Senior Consultant of the Advisory Board of Pangoal Institution. He also serves as Distinguished Researcher of the Research Center for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits of Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, Vice President of China Institute for Innovation & Development Strategy, Decision-making Consultant of the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, Vice Chairman of Shanghai Association of International Relations, Vice Chairman of Shanghai Association of American Studies, Executive Director and Vice Chairman of Shanghai Taiwan Research Center, Executive Director of the National American Economic Association, Director and Executive Director of the National American Historical Association, Director of the Pudong Institute for US Economy, and Vice Director of Shanghai International Studies Research Center.

His research interests are international relations and international economy, including Chinese international strategies, Sino-American relations (including Taiwan issues), international relations theories and international economic relations.