Zhang, C. (2019) Right-wing populism with Chinese characteristics? Identity, otherness, and global imaginaries in debating world politics online. European Journal of International Relations. DOI:10.1177/1354066119850253.
Zhang, C. (2018). Governing neoliberal authoritarian citizenship: theorizing hukou and the changing mobility regime in China. Citizenship Studies 22 (8): 855-881.
Zhang, C. (2017). Mobile borders and turbulent mobilities: mapping the geopolitics of the Channel Tunnel. Geopolitics. DOI: 10.1080 / 14650045.2017.1379994.
Zhang, C. and Lillie, N. (2015). Industrial citizenship, cosmopolitanism and European integration. European Journal of Social Theory 18 (1): 93-111.
Zhang, C. (2014). Situated interpretations of nationalism, imperialism, and cosmopolitanism: revisiting the writings of Liang in the encounter between worlds. Journal of Historical Sociology 27 (3): 343-360.
Zhang, C. (2008). [Collective violence during the early period of the Cultural Revolution] 文革初期的集體暴力, Twenty-first Century 二十一世紀, Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, no.110, 11-20.
Zhang, C. (2020). Social citizenship and free movement: towards a politically constructed conception of solidarity across borders, in Helle Krunke, Hanne Petersen and Ian Manners (ed.) Transnational Solidarity: Concepts, Challenges and Opportunities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 327-349. [pdf]
Zhang, C. (2014). Between postnationality and postcoloniality: human rights and the rights of non-citizens in a ‘cosmopolitan’ Europe. In: Nikita Dhawan (ed.) Decolonizing Enlightenment: Transnational Justice, Human Rights and Democracy in a Postcolonial World (Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers), 243-260. [pdf]
Book review: D. Bulley, Migration, Ethics & Power: Spaces of Hospitality in International Politics. London: SAGE, 2016. LSE Reviews of Books, June 2017.
Book review: S. Recchia and N. Urbinati (ed.) A Cosmopolitanism of Nations: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Writings on Democracy, Nation Building, and International Relations. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009. Plurilogue: E-journal of politics and philosophy reviews, August 2011.