Chu Yin is an Associate Professor at the Foreign Affairs Management in Public Administration Department at the University of International Relations, where his has worked since receiving his Ph.D. from the School of International Studies at Renmin University of China in 2006. Chu is also a researcher for the National Security and Legal System of Government Institute and a research fellow in the Center for China and Globalization. In 2004, Chu was an exchange researcher at Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium. In 2010, he was a research fellow in the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies. His academic research interests include many ares, mainly focusing on the protection of China’s overseas interests and national security studies.

Last Updated: July 29, 2015

Two Way Street


China’s Foreign Policy Isn’t Transparent? You’ve Got to Be Kidding

Chu Yin from Two Way Street
In her recent article, “What China’s Lack of Transparency Means for U.S. Policy,” U.S.-China relations expert Susan Shirk caused a stir when she argued that China’s “lack of transparency” around public policy making, defense, national security, and...