Professor Sergey Radchenko
Professor of International Relations
Sergey Radchenko has an international reputation for research on the history of the Cold War. He has written on Sino-Soviet and Soviet-Japanese relations, atomic diplomacy, Soviet engagement with the Third World, and on Cold War crises. In addition he has published work on Mongolian and North Korean history and continues to have interests the international politics of Central Asia and in contemporary Sino-Russian relations. He is a Global Fellow in the History and Public Policy of the Wilson Centre Program, working on China’s Foreign Policy Under Mao Zedong and Zi Jiang Distinguished Professor at East China Normal University. Currently his research interests concentrate on China’s foreign policy during the Cold War and on China’s political history since 1949 and on the global history of the Cold War.
Sergey Radchenko's areas of PhD supervision include: Cold War History, Sino-Russian relations, China's and Russia's foreign policies.