Dr. Xiaoke Li is currently a professor of political philosophy at the Central Party School in Beijing where he lectures on the political and legal philosophy of the West to high-ranking political leaders and is editor of Theoretical Horizon, a magazine published by the school. His writings on liberty have been widely cited in China. And his teaching and research on western politics and legal theories, as well as the numerous practical activities he has engaged in promoting the ideas of human rights and the rule of law, have earned him a remarkable reputation, both in academia and among officials all over China. He received a Ph.D. in western philosophy from Fudan University in Shanghai. He also earned a master’s degree in philosophy and a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature form Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China. During his fellowship year, Dr. Li will focus on U.S. governmental systems, constitutionalism and the rule of law, human rights, public choice, constitutional economics, U.S. laws governing elections and political parties, and laws and regulations against political corruption.