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Linjie Chou Zanadu

Founder of Global Foundation for Culture and Peace | Linjie Chou Zanadu


Linjie is the founder of Global Foundation for Culture and Peace, focuses on the track II diplomacy for promoting peace.





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Linjie Zanadu is the founder of Global Foundation for Culture and Peace, focuses on the track II diplomacy for promoting peace. He is a fellow of the Center for Foreign Affairs and Defense policy, a foreign corresponding member at Petrovskaya Academy of Sciences and Arts, member at Academia de Letras e Artes de Portugal. He also served as the advisor to the secretary general of International Civil Defense Organization ICDO in Geneva and the secretary to the Paris based foundation of Globalization cooperation. He is Adjunct professor for International American University in Los Angeles and College of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship in Belgrade.

His articles have been appeared on the Russian Journal of Political Studies, Brussels Economic Review, The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies and many others.

Industry Expertise (3)


Political Organization

International Affairs

Areas of Expertise (9)

Intercultural Dialogue

Cross-Cultural Issues

National Security

Great Power Rivalry

US-China Rivalry

Non-Western International Relations Theory

Racial Conflicts


Cross-Cultural Management

Accomplishments (5)

Grand Cross (professional)

Royal Confraternity of Saint Teotonio, 2023

Knight of Royal Order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom (professional)


Knight Order of St. Lazarus and Maurice (professional)


Sri Dato (professional)

Indonesian Royal Prabukusumo, 2021

Knight Crossbowmen of Saint Philip and Saint James (professional)

under the patronage of H.M. King Carlos of Spain, 2020

Education (5)

Stockholm University: B.Sc., Business Administration & Economics

Schiller International University: M.A., International Diplomacy

International American University: D.B.A., Business Administration 2015

King's College London, School of Security Studies: M.A., International Affairs

Jagiellonian University Cracow: Ph.D., International Relations

Affiliations (2)

  • Portuguese Academy of Arts and Letters (Lisbon) : Member
  • Petrovskaya Academy of Science and Arts : Member

Languages (2)

  • Mandarin
  • English

Media Appearances (5)

NATO’s Quest for Anglo-Saxon Supremacy in Sweden’s Security

Diplomatic Insight Publishers  online


Following the Cold War, Sweden has been acclaimed as a paradigmatic society for its social welfare and egalitarian values, which most Western nations regard with great admiration.

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Linjie Chou Zanadu: Anglo-Racial Hegemony In The New World Order

Центар за стратешке алтернативе  online


For the past 300 years, we have lived under the Anglo hegemony, first led by the Pax-Britannia (not to mention the ambitious colonization project). In the early 20th century, the Pax-Americana started with the maritime control route and replaced Britain as the world’s eminent power. We are witnessing a series of conflicts, always backed by the Anglos since the beginning of the 1760s.

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Linjie Chou Zanadu On His Work With Pamela Anderson, Royalty Nowadays And Development Of Peace And Culture Order.

Cosmo Press  online


Linjie Chou Zanadu, award winning public relation strategist helps his clients to explore their dreams in reality. He helps his clients to execute world-class PR strategies and link them with the right contacts and decision makers in their respective fields around the world.

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Linjie Chou Zanadu: Making The World A Better Place Through Connection, Communication, And Culture

SWAGGER  online


All the violence you hear about every day might make you want to live on another planet, but every once in a while, you’ll get to hear stories of hope that will help restore your faith in humanity. World peace is such a big and abstract concept but it’s always inspiring to hear about people who are committed to spreading the message of non-violence in their own unique way.

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Who hates China’s rise the most: from the “yellow peril” to the “biggest challenger”

Modern Diplomacy  


From Deng Xiaoping’s economic policy that lifted more than 800 million people out of poverty to China’s current domination in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its establishment of the Belt and Road initiative, the progress that China has made is impressive in terms of the economic balance sheet. The vast majority of western audience has felt highly uncomfortable about China’s unfamiliar cultural and political landscape. Notably, the hostile awe has been received mainly from the AUKUS countries. The passionate rhetorical protests against China are commonplace among the Anglo leaders. The racial underpinnings of China’s rise centre around the Anglo-Saxon’s despise on China. Kiron Skinner, a former Director of Policy Planning at the United States Department of State stated in 2019 that China’s rise consisted of a narrative that it was “the first time that we will have a great power competitor that is not Caucasian.”

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Articles (3)

Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) A Path To Economic Resilience: Theoretical And Conceptual Approaches

Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience (JEBR)

2022 The paper focuses on a liberal theoretical approach to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The analytical framework around the BRI study is in the formation process, just like the Initiative itself. This article analyzes and explains the connections between liberalism and China’s BRI.

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Understanding the Resentful Power: Rethink the Rise of China

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies


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Confidence as an Economic Indicator: A Cultural Ecology Parenthesis

ICABR International Conference of Applied Business Research VI

2011 In previous research endeavours on national economic development, almost no studies exist on how regional confidence can influence its industrial and economic well-being. Therefore, this paper provides a cultural ecology parenthesis, which integrates climatic, geographic, and genetic factors to spell out the forces of confidence on the national economic well-being, which is reflected by the gross national income per capita (GNI).

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