CURRICULUM VITAE

February 2012

 

Brantly Womack

Cumming Memorial Professor of Foreign Affairs

Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics

University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA  22904 USA

(434) 924-7008;

Fax: (434) 924-3359

Email: bwomack@virginia.edu; Brantly@gmail.com

Web homepage: http://www.people.virginia.edu/~bw9c/

汉字: 布兰德利·沃麦克; 布兰德利·;  吴本立

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D.      -              University of Chicago, Political Science, 1977

-              Center of Chinese Studies, University of California, Berkeley, research on China, 1974-75

M.A.      -              University of Chicago, Political Science, 1973

-              Fulbright Scholar, University of Munich, Philosophy, 1969-1970

B.A.       -              University of Dallas, Politics, Philosophy, 1969 Magna cum Laude

 

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2008-2011           Hugh S. & Winifred B. Cumming Memorial Chair in International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics, University of Virginia

1992-                  Professor of Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia

1998-2000           Chair, International Activities Planning Commission, University of Virginia

1998-2000           Chair, Division of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, University of Virginia

1993-97                              Director, East Asia Center, University of Virginia

1992 -94              Dorothy Danforth Compton Professor of Public Affairs, The Miller Center for Public Affairs, University of Virginia

1989-92             Professor of Political Science, Northern Illinois University

1990-91         Reader in Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies,

                              University of London.

1984-89           Associate Professor of Political Science, Northern Illinois University

1986-88           Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Northern Illinois University

1986, 87           Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago

1981-84             Assistant Professor of Political Science, Northern Illinois University

1982                  Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago

1975-81           Assistant Professor of Political Science and Political Economy, The University of Texas at Dallas

 

HONORS AND EXTERNAL GRANTS

2011                     Board of Directors, Asian Politics and History Association

2011                     Visiting Professor 客座教授 (honorary), School of Government 政治与公共事物管理学 Sun Yat-sen University中山大学, Guangzhou 广州

2011                     China Friendship Award 中国友谊奖

2008                     -Changbaishan Friendship Award 长白山友谊奖 of Jilin Province

2008                     -Member, Academic Review Committee, Institute of Political Science (IPSA), Academia Sinica, Taiwan

2006                     -Research Associate, Center for U.S.-China Policy Studies (CUSCPS), San Francisco State University

2006                     -Research and travel grant from the Ministry of Education, Republic of China (Taiwan).

2004                     -Advisory Professor guwen jiaoshou 顾问教授, East China Normal University 华东师范大学, Shanghai, China

2003                     -Honorary Professor mingyu jiaoshou 名誉教授, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun, China

2000                     -Keynote speaker, Annual Meeting of the Association of Chinese Political Studies

2000                     -President, Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies

1997                     -Elected member, International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS), London

1991-94                              -Visiting Examiner, Department of Government and Public Administration, Chinese

                                University of Hong Kong

1991                     - SSRC-Indochina grant for research in China and Vietnam

1988                   - Research Associate (特约研究员), Research Center for Social Development of Contemporary China (Dangdai Zhongguo shehui fazhan yanjiu zhongxin当代中国发展研究中心), Beijing University北京大学

1988                     - Luce Foundation Grant, Senior China Specialists to Vietnam

1984                     - ACLS/SSRC China Studies Grant

1978                     - Mellon Fellowship for Asian Studies

1974-75                              - Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for Chinese Studies,  

                                University of California, Berkeley

1970-74                              - University of Chicago Ford Foundation Social Sciences Scholarship

1969                     - Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Fulbright Scholar

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Most publications are downloadable in full text at http://www.people.virginia.edu/~bw9c/

 

                                    Books and Monographs

 

               2010b                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    China among Unequals: Asymmetric Foreign Relations in Asia. Singapore: World Scientific Press, 2010. 540 pp. 

 

2010c                   China’s Rise in Historical Perspective. Editor. Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield,                                              2010. 281 pp.

 

      2006a                   China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006.  295 pp.

                     (2010g) Translated as Zhongguo yu Yuenan: Zhengzhi de Feiduichengxing 中国与越南:政治的非对称性. Tr. Zhu Quanhong朱全红, Yu Huachuan 余华川, Liu Jun刘军.  Hong Kong: China International Culture Press中国国际文化出版社, 2010. 347 pp.

 

1991a                 Contemporary Chinese Politics in Historical Perspective, Editor, New York: Cambridge University Press.  340 pp.

 

1986a                 (with James Townsend) Politics in China, 3rd ed. Boston: Little, Brown, 464 pp.

             (1994e)   Translated as Zhongguo Zhengzhi中国政治 (Chinese politics). Tr. Gu Su顾肃, Dong Fang董方. Nanjing南京: Jiangsu Renmin Chubanshe江苏人民出版社.  363 pp.

             (2003b) Second Chinese edition, Nanjing南京: Jiangsu Renmin Chubanshe江苏人民出版社, 2003 , 276pp.

 

1986b                 Media and the Chinese Public (intro, ed, transl). Armonk: M.E.  Sharpe.  Also published as combined Spring/Summer 1986 issue of Chinese Sociology and Anthropology 18:3-4. 53p. intro, 198pp. 

 

1983                   Electoral Reform in China.  Guest Editor, combined Fall/Winter issue of Chinese Law and Government 15:3-4. 42 p. intro, 225 pp.

 

1982a                 Foundations of Mao Zedong's Political Thought, 1917-1935. Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, XVIII + 238 pp.

             (2006c) Translated as Mao Zedong Zhengzhi Sixiang de Jichu (1917-1935) 毛泽东政治思想的基础 (1917-1935).  Tr. Huo Wei’an 霍伟岸, Liu Chen 刘晨.Beijing: Zhongguo Renmin Daxue Chubanshe 中国人民大学出版社 [China Renmin University Press], 2006, XVII + 353 pp.

             (2006f)  Introduction and Chapters 1 and 2 of translation published full-text on the People’s Daily website, http://theory.people.com.cn/GB/40557/66271/66274/index.html July 19, 2006

 

                  Articles and Book Chapters

2012a               “Asymmetry and China’s Tributary System,” The Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 5, 2012, pp. 37–54

 

2011b                   Moderniser le parti-État en Chine et au Vietnam” (Modernizing the Party-State in China and Vietnam), Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée 18:1(Jan 2011), pp 69-85.

 

2011c               东方与西方的‘天下’” (‘Tianxia’ East and West), Jilin Daxue Shehui Kexue Xuebao 吉林大学社会科学学报 [Jilin University journal of social sciences] no. 224, 51:2 (March 2011), pp. 85-91.

 

2011d                   “Asymmetric Rivals: China and Vietnam,” in Sumit Ganguli and William Thompson, eds., Asian Rivalries: Conflict, Escalation, and Limitations on Two-Level Games (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011), pp. 176-194.

 

2011e               “The Spratlys: From Dangerous Ground to Apple of Discord,” Contemporary South East Asia 33:3 2011), pp. 370-387.

 

2011f                “Modernization and the Sino-Vietnamese Model,” International Journal of China Studies 2:3 (August-September 2011), pp. 157-175.

 

2010a               “Political Reform and Sustainable Development in China,” Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 3:1 (March 2010), pp. 32-54.

 

2010d                   “From Urban Radical to Rural Revolutionary” in Timothy Cheek, ed., Cambridge Critical Introduction to Mao Zedong (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 61-86.

      (2011g        Translated as “从城市激进分子到农村革命家,” 现代哲学 [Contemporary Philosophy] 2011:5 (September 2011), pp. 46-55.)

 

2010e               China and Vietnam: Managing an Asymmetric Relationship in an Era of Economic Uncertainty,” Asian Politics and Policy 2:4 (November 2010), pp 583-600.

 

2010f                “Traditional China and the Globalization of International Relations Thinking,” in Zheng Yongnian, ed., China and International Relations: The Chinese View and the Contribution of Wang Gungwu (Routledge, 2010), pp 117-136.

 

2009a               China between Region and World,” China Journal no. 61 (January 2009), pp. 1-20.

      (2009i)        Translated by 魏书杰 as “Diqu yu shijie zhijiande Zhongguo 地区与世界之间的中国,” Xin Yuanjian新远见[New Thinking] 2009:5, pp. 31-47

              

2009b                   Aubama Zongtong: Lishi yu Weilai 奥巴马总统:历史与未来” [President Obama: History and the Future], Jilin Daxue Shehui kexue Xuebao 吉林大学社会科学学报[Jilin University journal of social sciences] 2009: 3 (May 2009), pp. 43-47. 

      (2009c)       Translated as “Tổng thống Obama: Lịch sử Tương lai,” Vietnam Week January 22, 2009 (Vietnamnet, http://tuanvietnam.net/vn/tulieusuyngam//5934/index.aspx)

 

2009d                   “Recognition, Deference, and Respect: Generalizing the Lessons of an Asymmetric Asian Order,” Journal of American East Asian Relations 16:1-2 (Spring 2009), pp. 105-118.

      (2011a)       Reprinted in John E. Wills, ed., Past and Present in China’s Foreign Policy: From Tribute System to “Peaceful Rise.” (Portland, ME: Merwin Asia, 2011), pp. 97-110.

 

2009e               "Vietnam and China in an Era of Economic Uncertainty," The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 36-2-09, September 7, 2009.  http://japanfocus.org/-Brantly-Womack/3214

      (2009f)       Reproduced on China Digital Times September 13, 2009. http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/09/vietnam-and-china-in-an-era-of-economic-uncertainty/

      (2009g)       Translated as “Quan hệ Việt - Trung thời khủng hoảng kinh tế,” Vietnam Week September 9, 2009 (Vietnamnet, http://tuanvietnam.net/vn/tulieusuyngam//7928/index.aspx)

      (2009h)       Reproduced on Gio O.

                             http://www.gio-o.com/NgoBacWomackBatDinhKinhTe.htm

 

2008a               “The United States and Sino-Vietnamese Relations,” Japan Focus, January 19, 2008. http://www.japanfocus.org/-Brantly-Womack/2636

      (2008b)       Reproduced on History News Network, January 22, 2008. http://hnn.us/roundup/entries/46679.html

      (2008d)       Translated as HOA KỲ VÀ QUAN HỆ VIỆT NAM – TRUNG HOA,

                            Gio O, May 2008. http://www.gio-o.com/NgoBacBrantlyWomack.htm

      (2008h)       Translated as “Meiguo yu Zhong Yue Guanxi 美国与中越关系 Dongnanya zongheng东南亚纵横 [All-Round Southeast Asia] 2008: 12 no. 194 (December, 2008), pp. 3-7.

 

2008e               China as a Normative Foreign Policy Actor,” in Nathalie Tocci, ed., Who is a Normative Foreign Policy Actor? The European Community and its Global Partners (Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies, 2008), pp. 265-299.

      (2008c)           Reproduced as Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Document no. 282, January 2008. 26 pp.  http://shop.ceps.eu/BookDetail.php?item_id=1607

 

2008f                “Approaching China: Philosophy, History, and Politics,” for Jessica Feldman and Robert Stilling, eds., Thinking of Reading: The University of Virginia Reader’s Guide (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2008), pp. 24-27.

 

2008g               Washington Tea Parties: Managing Problems and Imagining Solutions in US China Policy,” in Policies of the EU, Russia and the United States Towards the Rise of China (Brussels: European Security Forum Working Paper no. 30, November 2008), pp. 9-13.

 

2007a               “Resolving Asymmetric Stalemate: The Case of the Tibet Question,” Journal of Contemporary China 16, no. 52 (August 2007), pp 443-460.

 

2007b                   “Trends and Prospects,” in Katherine Kaup, ed., Understanding Contemporary Asia Pacific (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2007), pp. 425-436.

 

2007c               “Teoría de la asimetría y poderes regionales: los casos de India, Brasil, y Sudáfrica,” in Juan Tokatlian, ed., India, Brasil y Sudáfrica: El impacto de las nuevas potencias regionales (Buenos Aires: Libros de Zorzales, 2007), pp. 15-34.

 

2007d                   “China, entre la region y el mundo,” El Debate Político 4:6-7 (October 2007), pp. 49-69.

 

2007e               “Zhongguo jueqi yu Meiguo: Quanli chiping yu wenming mohe 中国崛起与美国权力持平与文明的磨合,” [China’s rise and the United States: power parity and the accommodation of civilizations], Waijiao Pinglun 外交评论 2007: 6 (issue no. 100) [Foreign Affairs Review] (December 2007), pp. 16-25.

 

2006d                   “Zhongwen ban xu 中文版序” [Introduction to the Chinese Edition], In Mao Zedong Zhengzhi Sixiang de Jichu (1917-1935) 毛泽东政治思想的基础 (1917-1935).  Tr. Huo Wei’an 霍伟岸, Liu Chen 刘晨.Beijing: Zhongguo Renmin Daxue Chubanshe 中国人民大学出版社 [China Renmin University Press], 2006, pp. IV-X.

 

2006g               “’Ruan quanli’pingxi软权力评析” [A Comment on “soft power”], Jilin Daxue Shehui kexue Xuebao 吉林大学社会科学学报[Jilin University journal of social sciences], 2006:5 (46:197 September 2006), pp. 66-71.

      (2007f)       Reprinted in Guoji Zhengzhi 国际政治 [International Politics] 2007:2 (February 2007), pp. 118-122.

 

2005a               "The Brightest House: Civilization and Asymmetry," Journal of American Studies of Turkey 17 (Spring 2003), pp. 93-110.

 

2005b                   “Democracy and the Governing Party (执政党): A Theoretical Perspective,” Journal of Chinese Political Science 10:1 (April 2005), pp. 23-42.

      (2006b)       Reprinted in Yang Zhong and Shiping Hua, eds., Political Civilization and Modernization in China (Singapore: World Scientific, 2006), pp. 121-148.

 

2005c               “Dancing Alone: A Hard Look at Soft Power,” Japan Focus (November 2005), http://www.japanfocus.org/-Brantly-Womack/1975

 

2004a               China and Southeast Asia: Asymmetry, Leadership and Normalcy,” Pacific Affairs 76:3 (Winter 2003-4), pp. 529-548.

 

2004b                   “Asymmetry Theory and China’s Concept of Multipolarity,” Journal of Contemporary China vol. 13, no. 39 (May 2004), pp. 351-366.

 

2004d                   China’s Southeast Asia policy: A Success Story for the Third Generation,” Cross-Strait and International Affairs Quarterly 1:1 (January 2004), pp. 161-184.

 

2004e               Ke chixu de guoji lingdao quan: lai zi 968-1885 nian Zhong Yue guanxi de jingyan jiaoxun 可持续的国际领导权: 来自持68-1885年中越关系的经验教训,” [Sustainable International Leadership: Lessons from the Sino-Vietnamese relationship, 968-1885,] Shixue Jikan史学季刊 2004:1 (January 2004), pp. 3-14.

 

2004f                Meiguo shili de xianshi yu juxian 美国实力的现实与局限,” [The reality and limits of American power], Jilin Daxue Shehui kexue Xuebao 吉林大学社会科学学报[Jilin University journal of social sciences], 2004:1 (January-February), pp. 26-30.

      (2004k)       Reprinted in Zhongguo Shehuikexue Wenzhai 中国社会科学文摘 [China social sciences digest] 27:3 (June 2004), pp. 53-55.

      (2005d)       Reprinted in QuanQiu Fangwu全球防务 [Global defense], March 28, 2005. http://www.defence.org.cn/article-1-50279.html

 

2004g               “The United States, human rights, and moral autonomy in the post-Cold War world.” In Robert Fatton and Ruhi Ramazani, eds., The Future of Liberal Democracy: Thomas Jefferson and the Contemporary World (London: Palgrave, 2004), pp. 255-270.

 

2004h                   “Southeast Asia and American Strategic Options,” in James Hentz, ed., The Obligation of Empire: US Grand Strategy at Century’s Dawn, (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2004), pp. 175-196.

 

2004i                “Party-State Democracy and the Three Represents: A Theoretical Perspective,” in 政治文明与中国政治现代化 Political Civilization and Modernization in China, Vol. 3: 社会转型的政治空间科学 The Political Context of China’s Modernization (Beijing: 中国人民大学, 2004), pp. 157-178.

      (2006h)       Translated in part as “Dang zheng minzhu yu ‘san ge daibiao’: Yi zhong lilun toushi 党政民主与三个代表’:一种理论透视,” in Makesi zhuyi yu Xianshi 马克思主义与现实 [Marxism and Reality], 2006:1 (Jan-Feb 2006), pp. 185-187.

 

2004j                “Cong ‘Hunan nongmin yundong kaocha baogaokan Mao Zedong zhengzhi sixiang de fazhan 湖南农民运动会考察报告看毛泽东政治思想的发展” [The development of Mao Zedong’s political thought from the ‘Report of an Investigation of the Hunan Peasant Movement], 湖南科技大学学报, 社会科学版 [Journal of Hunan Science and Technology University, Social Science edition] 2004:6, pp. 46-77.

 

2003a               "Asymmetry and Systemic Misperception: The Cases of China, Vietnam and Cambodia during the 1970s." Journal of Strategic Studies 26:2 (June, 2003), pp. 91-118.

 

2002b                   “Preface,” Guoli Liu and Weixing Chen, eds., New Directions in Chinese Politics for the New Millennium (New York: Edwin Mellen, 2002), pp. 1-8.

 

2001a                “How Size Matters: The United States, China and Asymmetry.” Journal of Strategic Studies, 24:4 (December 2001), pp. 123-150.

            (2002a)    Reprinted as “How Size Matters: The United States, China and Asymmetry.”  In Quansheng Zhao, ed., Future Trends in East Asian International Relations (London: Frank Cass, 2002), pp. 123-150.)

            (2004c)    Reprinted as “How Size Matters: The United States, China and Asymmetry.”  In Guoli Liu, ed., Chinese Foreign Policy in Transition (New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 2004), pp. 73-101.

 

2001b                China’s Border Trade and Its Relationship to the National Political Economy.” The American Asian Review 19:2 (Summer 2001), pp. 31-48.

 

2001c                “Maoism.” In N. Smelser and P. Bates, eds., International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Oxford: Pergamon, 2001), pp. 9191-9193.

 

2001d                “Mao Before Maoism.” China Journal, no 46 (July), pp. 95-118.

            (2001e) Translated as “Mao Zedong zhuyi zhi qian di Mao Zedong 毛泽东主义之前的毛泽东 [Mao before Maoism].”  Shixue Jikan史学季刊 [Collected papers of history studies] 2001:2 (cumulative 83) April, pp. 85-91.

            (2001f)   Reprinted in Zhongguo Xiandai Shi 中国现代史[Contemporary history of China] 2001:8 (August), pp. 140-146.

            (2007f)     Reprinted in Hong Qi Wang 红旗网 [Red Flag Web] November 8, 2007. http://www.hongqiwang.com/htm_data/5/0711/1228.html

            (2007g)    Reprinted in Fazhi Luntan 法治论坛 [Law and Government Forum], November 11, 2007. http://bbs.chinacourt.org/index.php?showtopic=248173

 

 

2000a                “International Relationships at the Border of China and Vietnam.”  Asian Survey 40:6 (December), pp. 981-986.

 

2000b                (with Gu Xiaosong) “Border Cooperation Between China and Vietnam in the 1990s.”  Asian Survey 40:6 (December 2000), pp. 1042-1058.

 

2000c                Bianjie maoyi di tedian ji qi yu guojia zhengzhi jingji di guanxi边界贸易的特点及其与国家政治经济的关系” [The General characteristics of border trade and its relationship to the national political economy].  Dongnanya zongheng东南亚纵横 [All-Round Southeast Asia] no. 71 (Academic Supplement), pp. 76-80.

 

2000d                “From Ptolemy to Copernicus: Internationalizing the University of Virginia.” Mike Abramson, ed., Towards the Global University: Redefining Excellence in the Third Millennium.  Lancashire: University of Central Lancashire, pp. 173-179.

 

1999a                "Zhongguo gongtong shehui yu xifang liyi shehui中国共同社会与西方利益社会" [Chinese community and Western society], in Shixue Jikan 史学季刊[Collected papers of history studies] 1999:4 (cumulative 77), pp. 39-46.

 

1998a                (with William Turley) “Asian Socialism’s Open Doors: Guangzhou and Ho Chi Minh City.” China Journal, no. 40 (July 1998), pp. 95-120.

            (1999b) Reprinted in Anita Chan, Benedict Kerkvliet, and Jonathan Unger, eds., Transforming Asian Socialism: China and Vietnam Compared (Canberra, Allen and Unwin), pp. 73-97.

 

1998b                China and Southeast Asia after the Cold War,” in Kenneth Thompson, ed., China, Taiwan, Japan, the United States, and the World (New York: University Press of America, 1998), pp. 29-48.

 

1997a                Vietnam in 1996: Reform Immobilism.” Asian Survey, 37:1 (January), pp. 79-87.

 

1996a                "Vietnam in 1995: Successes in Peace."  Asian Survey, 36:1 (January), pp. 73-82.

 

1996b                (with James Townsend) "Politics in China," in Gabriel Almond and G. Bingham Powell, Jr., ed., Comparative Politics Today:  A World View. 6th ed. New York: Harper Collins, pp. 438-491.

 

1996c                (with Tun Jen Cheng) "Informal Politics in Asia."  Asian Survey, 36:3 (March), pp. 320-337

 

1994a                "Sino-Vietnamese Border Trade: The Edge of Normalization." Asian Survey, 34:6 (June 1994), pp. 495-512.

 

1994b                "Mao Zedong Thoughts."  China Quarterly no. 137 (March), pp. 159-167.

 

1994c                "Warlordism and Military Regionalism in China."  In Richard H. Yang, Jason C. Hu, Peter K. H. Yu, and Andrew N. D. Yang, eds., Chinese Regionalism: Security Dimensions. Boulder: Westview, 1994.  pp. 21-43.

 

1994d                "Pushing the Envelope: Impressions from the China-Vietnam Border."  Vietnam Today no. 67 (February-May 1994), pp. 4-5.

 

1994f                 (with Guangzhi Zhao), "The Many Worlds of China's Provinces:  Foreign Trade and Diversification."  In David S. G. Goodman and Gerald Segal, China Deconstructs: Politics, Trade and Regionalism.  London: Routledge, 1994, pp. 131-176.

 

1994g                "The Problem of Isms: Pragmatic Orthodoxy and Liberalization in Mainland China."  Issues and Studies 30:12 (December 1994), pp. 1-21.

            (1996d) Included in Bihjau Lin and James Meyers, ed., Contemporary China in the post-Cold War Era (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1996), pp. 3-21.

 

1993a                "Political Reform and Political Change in the Communist World: Perspectives on Vietnam."  In William Turley and Mark Selden, eds., Reinventing Socialism in Vietnam: Doi Moi in Comparative Perspective. Boulder: Westview, 1993.  pp. 277-305.

            (1995a) Published in translation as “Nhung cai cach va tay doi chinh tri o Viet Nam.” Tr. Nguyen Thi Thanh.  Thoi Nay [Vietnam Today Weekly], 2:47 (November 23, 1995), pp. 5-20.

 

1993b                "The Role of China in American-Vietnamese Relations," The American-Vietnamese Dialogue 8:2 (February 1993),  pp. 9-16.

 

1993c                "Asian Communism: Enigma Variations."  Miller Center Occasional Papers, no. 4. 1993.

 

1992b                (with Judy Batt, Adrian Hyde-Price, and Margot Light) "Foreign Policy Ideology."  In Gerald Segal et al., Openness and Foreign Policy Reform in Communist States. London: Routledge, for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1992.  pp. 175-220.

 

      1992c                   "Political Reform in China in the 1980s: A Comparative Communist Perspective."  In Tatu Vanhanen, ed., Strategies of Democratization (New York: Taylor and Francis, 1992), pp. 152-175.

 

      1992d                  "Reform in Vietnam: Backwards Towards the Future." Government and Opposition 27:2 (Spring), pp. 177-189.

 

1991b                 "In Search of Democracy: Public Authority and Popular Power in China."  In Brantly Womack, ed., Contemporary Chinese Politics in Historical Perspective (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991, pp. 53-89.

 

      1991c                   "Transfigured Community: Neo-Traditionalism and Work Unit Socialism in China."  China Quarterly. no. 126 (June, 1991), pp. 313-332.

 

1991d                 (with James Townsend) "Politics in China," in Gabriel Almond and G. Bingham Powell, Jr., ed., Comparative Politics Today:  A World View. 5th ed. New York: Harper Collins.  pp.  408-461.

 

      1991e                   "China and Vietnam: Peace at Last?"  The World Today 47:10 (October, 1991), pp. 164-166.

 

1990a                  "The Dilemma of Centricity and Internationalism in China." In Chin-chuan Lee, ed., Voices of China , New York: Guilford Publications, 1990, pp. 229-242.

 

1990b                 "The Chinese Party-State", Problems of Communism no. 5 (Sept.- Oct. 1990), pp. 84-92.

 

1989a                 "Party-State Democracy:  A Theoretical Exploration." Issues and Studies, 25:3 (March, 1989), pp. 37-57.

                     (1990c)          Reprinted in King-yuh Chang, ed., Mainland China after the Thirteenth Party Congress.  Boulder: Westview, 1990, pp. 11-29.

 

1989b                "Heroes, History and Recent Events in China." CCP Research Newsletter 1:3 (Summer), pp. 54-57.

 

1988a                 (with James Townsend) "Politics in China," in Gabriel Almond and G. Bingham Powell, Jr., ed., Comparative Politics Today:  A World View. 4th ed. Glenview: Scott, Foresman & Co., pp.  371-423.

 

1988b                 "Cambodia and Vietnam's Regional Future."  In Vietnam Today.  The Asia Program of the Wilson Center, Occasional Paper no. 34 (Washington: The Smithsonian Institution), pp. 32-51.

 

1987a                 "The Party and the People: Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary Politics in China and Vietnam."  World Politics 39:4 (July 1987), pp. 479-507.

 

1987b                 "Stalemate in Indochina: The Case for Demilitarization." World Policy Journal 4:4 (Fall 1987), 675-693.

 

1986c                 "Where Mao Went Wrong: Politics and Epistemology in Mao's Leftism."  Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs (July), pp.  24-40. 

             (1989c) Translated in part in: Guowai shehui kexue xinxi (News on foreign social sciences), March, 1989.

             (2006e)   Translated as, “Mao Zedong zai hechu wuru qitu 毛泽东在何处误入歧途.” In Mao Zedong Zhengzhi Sixiang de Jichu (1917-1935) 毛泽东政治思想的基础 (1917-1935).  Tr. Huo Wei’an 霍伟岸, Liu Chen 刘晨.Beijing: Zhongguo Renmin Daxue Chubanshe 中国人民大学出版社 [China Remin University Press], 2006, pp. 258-283.

 

1984                   "Modernization and Democratic Reform in China."  Journal of Asian Studies 43:3 (May), pp. 417-440.

 

1982b                 "The 1980 County-Level Elections in China: Experiment in Democratic Modernization."  Asian Survey 22:3 (March), pp. 261-277.

 

1982c                 "The Historical Shaping of Mao Zedong's Political Thought."  In F. J. Adelman, ed., Contemporary Chinese Philosophy The Hague: M. Nijhoff, pp. 27-61.

 

1981a                 "Chinese Political Economy: Reversing the Polarity." Pacific Affairs 52:1 (Spring), pp. 57-81.

 

1981b                 "Attention Maps of Ten Major Newspapers."  Journalism Quarterly 58:2 (Summer), pp. 560-565.

 

1979a                 "Politics and Epistemology in China Since Mao."  China Quarterly 80 (Winter), pp. 763-792.

 

1979b                 "The Phases of Chinese Modernization."  In Steve Chin, ed., Modernization in China.  Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, pp.  1-15.

 

1977                   "Some Parameters of the Chinese Revolution and the Nature of Mao Tse-tung's Revolutionary Paradigm."  In J. G. A. Pocock, ed., Proceedings of the Conference for the Study of Political Thought: East Asian Political Thought, (35 pp.).

 

1975                   "An Interpretation of Frederic Wakeman's History and Will."  Journal of Asian Studies 34:4 (August), pp. 1021-1026.

 

1974                   "Theory and Practice in the Thought of Mao Tse-tung." In James Hsiung, ed., The Logic of Maoism.  New York: Praeger, pp. 1-38.

             (2006d) Translated as “Mao Zedong Sixiang zhong de Lilun yu Shijian 毛泽东思想中的理论与实践,” In Mao Zedong Zhengzhi Sixiang de Jichu (1917-1935) 毛泽东政治思想的基础 (1917-1935).  Tr. Huo Wei’an 霍伟岸, Liu Chen 刘晨.Beijing: Zhongguo Renmin Daxue Chubanshe 中国人民大学出版社 [China Remin University Press], 2006, pp. 224-257.

 

 

 

 

Research in Progress

 

A.  COMPLETED MANUSCRIPTS

  1. (with John Echeverri-Gent) “China and the Dialectics of Political Development.”
  2. (with Kezhou Spencer Xiao) “Information Distortion in China.”
  3. “John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, and Modern Citizenship,” forthcoming in Guo Zhonghua ed, Modern Citizenship in Cosmopolitan Perspective.
  4. “Beyond Win-win: Rethinking China’s International Relationships in Times of Economic Uncertainty”
  5. “Asymmetry and China’s Tributary System: Reflections on Zhou Fangyin,” forthcoming in China Journal of International Politics.
  6. “Identity in Motion: Vietnam since 1986”

 

 

C.  ACTIVE TOPICS

1.              Asymmetry and International Relationships.

2.              “Structure and Culture in China's Relations with Neighbors,” in James Anderson and John Whitmore, eds., Forging the Fiery Frontier: Two Millennia of China’s Encounters in the Borderlands of the South and Southwest (Brill).

3.              “First among Unequals: China in a Multinodal World Order.”

 

 

 

Book Reviews

 

      Of (alphabetical order):

David Apter and Tony Saich, Revolutionary Discourse in Mao's Republic

Frederick Z. Brown, Second Chance: The United States and Indochina in the 1990s

Melvyn Goldstein, A History of Modern Tibet Volume 2: The Calm before the Storm, 1951-1955

Peter Gries, China’s New Nationalism: Pride, Politics and Diplomacy

Guo Ming, Zhong Yue guanxi yanbian sishi nian中越关系演变四十年 [Forty years of the evolution of Sino-Vietnamese relations]

Harry Harding, China's Second Revolution:  Reform After Mao

Henry Kissinger, On China

Nick Knight, Mao Zedong on Dialectical Materialism

David M. Lampton, ed., The Making of Chinese Foreign and Security Policy in an Era of Reform

Alan Lawrance, Mao Zedong: A Bibliography                                                                                       

Gustav Leonhard, Three Faces of Marxism

The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1949-1976, vol. I

The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1949-1976, vol. II

Colin Mackerras and Nick Knight, Marxism in Asia

Helmut Martin, Cult and Canon

Roderick MacFarquhar, Timothy Cheek, Eugene Wu, The Secret Speeches of Chairman Mao

Bonnie McDougall, Mao Zedong's "Talks at the Yan'an Conference on Literature and Art"

Maurice Meisner, Marxism, Maoism, and Utopianism

Peter Moody, Opposition and Dissent in Contemporary China

Andrew Nathan, Chinese Democracy

Robert Scalapino, The Politics of Development: Perspectives on 20th-Century Asia

Stuart Schram, The Political Thought of Mao Tse-tung 

Stuart Schram, Mao's Road to Power, vols 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Francis Y. K. Soo, Mao Tse-tung's Theory of Dialectic

John Starr, Continuing the Revolution

Benedict Stavis, China's Political Reforms: An Interim Report

Michael Swaine and Ashley Tellis, Interpreting China’s Grand Strategy: Past, Present, Future

Carlyle A. Thayer and Ramses Amer, editors, Vietnamese foreign policy in transition

Thai Quang Trung, ed., Vietnam Today: Assessing the New Trends

Roger Thompson, Mao Zedong: Report from Xunwu

Jonathan Unger, ed., The Pro-Democracy Protests in China: Reports from the Provinces

Raymond Wylie, The Emergence of Maoism

Yu Keping, Globalization and Changes in China’s Governance

Yu Keping, Democracy is a Good Thing

Zhongguo Xinwen Nianjian中国新闻年鉴. 1982, 1983 [China Journalism Yearbook 1982, 1983]

  

In:

 Journal of Asian Studies (11)

 China Journal, formerly Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs (9)

 China Quarterly (7)

 Pacific Affairs (5)

 American Political Science Review (2)

 Journal of Modern History

 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

 Pacific Review

 Journal of Asian History

 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

 Journal of Chinese Political Science

 Washington Post

 

 

 

 

                     PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (PAST TEN YEARS ONLY)

 

Spr 2012        “Identity in Motion: Vietnam since 1986,” Korea and Vietnam: The National Experiences and Foreign Policies of Middle Powers, Fourth Annual Koret Conference, Stanford University.

 

Fall 2011        “Beyond Win-Win: Rethinking international relationships in an era of economic uncertainty,” The Chinese Models of Development: Domestic and Global Aspects, Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; also presented at China-ASEAN Think Tank Strategic Forum 中国东盟战略论坛, Guangxi Academy of Social Sciences, Nanning; also presented at Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, Honolulu; also presented at US Pacific Command (USPACOM) Headquarters, Oahu.

 

Fall 2011        “John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, and Modern Citizenship,” School of Government, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou.

 

Fall 2011        Chair and discussant, Great Powers, World Order and International Society: History and Future, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun.

 

Spr 2011        “The Spratlys: From Dangerous Ground to Apple of Discord,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association; also presented at School of International Relations 国际关系学院 Xiamen University 厦门大学; also presented at Asia Pacific Program, National Chengchi University 国立政治大学, Taipei. 

 

Fall 2010        Political and Economic Sustainability—How Can China Keep Going?” Charlottesville Council on Foreign Affairs

 

Fall 2010        “China, Asymmetry, and South East Asia,” Assessing China’s Influence in South East Asia, Centra Technologies, Arlington VA.

 

Fall 2010        China’s Rise in Historical Perspective,” East-West Center, Washington.

 

Fall 2010        “Is China a Threat?” Foreign Service Institute (National Foreign Affairs Training Center), Arlington, VA

 

Fall 2010        Discussant, “The Current and Future Situation of China-ASEAN Free Trade Area (CAFTA),” at Third China-ASEAN Think Tank Strategic Dialogue Forum, Nanning, China.

 

Fall 2010        China: Market, Partner, Competitor, Threat,” Annual Meeting of the International Council, Aerospace Industries Association, Montreal

 

Fall 2010        China’s Peaceful Leap Forward: China and the World Since 2008,” Miller Center, University of Virginia.

 

Su 2010          Participant, Review Board for the Pacific Fleet Research Project, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island.

 

Su 2010          Discussant, “Sophie Richardson’s China, Cambodia, and the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence,” East-West Center, Washington.

 

Su 2010          “Beyond Win-Win: Rethinking International Relationships in an Era of Global Economic Uncertainty,” East China Normal University华东师范大学, Shanghai.

 

Su 2010          China’s international relationships in an era of global economic uncertainty,” China Politics and Law University 中国政法大学, Beijing.

 

Spr 2010        “The South China Sea: Symbolic Conflict, Common Interests,” Naval War College.

 

Spr 2010        Roundtable participant, “New Perspectives on China’s International Relations,” Association for Asian Studies, Philadelphia.

 

Fall 2009        “Asymmetric Rivals: China and Vietnam,” Conference, Two-Level Rivalries in Asia, Indiana University.

 

Fall 2009        Panel Chair, “The Pan-Beibu Gulf Initiative,” Second China-Southeast Asia Dialogue Forum, Nanning.

 

Fall 2009        China and Vietnam in an Era of Global Economic Uncertainty,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto.

 

Fall 2009        “Dissecting Soft Power: Attention, Attraction, and Persuasion,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto.

 

Fall 2009        Panel Chair, “China and the Global Order,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto.

 

Su 2009          China and the Globalization of International Relations Thinking,” Bridging China Studies and International Relations Theory, National University of Singapore.  Also presented at School of Advanced International and Area Studies国际关系与地区发展研究院 (SAIAS), East China Normal University 华东师范大学, Shanghai; China Foreign Affairs University 外交学院, Beijing

 

Su 2009          “Asymmetric Relations between China and Vietnam: Implications for Korea-China Relations,” Seoul National University

 

Su 2009          “The New Era and the Middle-Aged Isms: Economic Uncertainty and Globalism, Localism, Internationalism, and Asymmetry,” Distinguished Lecture Series, Dongkuk University, Seoul.

 

Spr 2009        China and the Asia Pacific,” National Conference on the Rise of China, Furman University, Greenville, SC

 

Spr 2009        “President Obama: History and the Future,” Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun.

 

Spr 2009        “On the New Era of Global Economic Uncertainty,” Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun.

 

Fall 2008        “Political Reform and Sustainable Development in China,” Social Sciences in an Era of Globalization, Inaugural Conference of the National Institute of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences社会科学高等研究院, Fudan University复旦大学, Shanghai.

 

Fall 2008        Vietnam and China in an Era of Global Economic Uncertainty,” Third International Vietnam Studies Conference, Hanoi; also presented at School of Advanced International and Area Studies国际关系与地区发展研究院 (SAIAS), East China Normal University 华东师范大学, Shanghai; also presented at Department of Political Science, the National University of Singapore.

 

Fall 2008        Vietnam and China: The Perspective of Asymmetry,” National Ho Chi Minh Political Academy, Hanoi.

 

Fall 2008        “Washington Teaparties: Managing problems and imagining solutions in US China Policy,” European Security Forum, Brussels.

 

Su 2008          “Asymmetry East and West,” China Foreign Affairs University 外交学院, Beijing.

 

Spr 2008        “Conclusion: The Significance of the Tonkin Gulf,” “A Mini Mediterranean Sea”: Gulf of Tonkin through History, International Workshop, Nanning, China.

 

Spr 2008        “Asymmetry and International Relations,” University of Social Science and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City; also presented at Institute of International Relations, Hanoi.

 

Spr 2008         “Recognition, Deference, and Respect: Generalizing the Lessons of an Asymmetric Asian Order,” History and China’s Foreign Relations, United States China Institute, University of Southern California

 

Fall 2007        “The American Perspective on Sino-Vietnamese Relations,” Second China-US-Vietnam Trilateral Conference.  Sponsored by the China Institute of International Studies 中国国际问题研究所, The Asia Foundation, and the Vietnam Institute of International Relations.  Sanya三亚, Hainan. Also presented at University of Social Science and Humanities, Hanoi.

 

Fall 2007        China as a Normative Foreign Policy Actor,” Who Is a Normative Foreign Policy Actor? The European Union and its Global Partners, Brussels.

 

Fall 2007        “IBSA, the EU, and the Changing Texture of World Politics,” IBSA: an international actor and partner for the EU? Brussels.

 

Fall 2007        “Differentiating China’s Perspective: The Effect of Perspective on Interpreting China,” Roundtable, Comparative perspectives on China’s Rise, American Political Science Association, Chicago

 

Su 2007          (with Wu Yu-Shan), “Asymmetric Triangles and the Washington-Beijing-Taipei Relationship,” 36th Taiwan-US Conference on Mainland China, Denver.

 

Su 2007          Panel Discussant, “China’s Rise and the Transformation of US-China Relations,” 36th Taiwan-US Conference on Mainland China, Denver.

 

Su 2007          “The United States and the Rise of China,” Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun

 

Spr 2007         Participant, “Preparatory Seminar for the US-China Senior Dialog,” Office of the Deputy Secretary of State, Washington.

 

Spr 2007         “Political Reform and Sustainable Development in China,” Sustaining Democracy, Longwood College; also Economic Development and Political Transformation: Taiwan and East Asia, National Chengchi University国政治大学, Taipei, Taiwan; also Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun; also Beijing University jointly sponsored by International Strategy Research Center 国际战略研究中心, Party Academy of the CPC Central Committee 中共中央党校, Beijing; also China’s 17th Party Congress, National Sun Yat Sen University, Kaohsiung.

 

Fall 2006        “Democracies and ‘Small Wars’: Lessons from the United States and Iraq,” School of Advanced International and Area Studies国际关系与地区发展研究院 (SAIAS), East China Normal University 华东师范大学, Shanghai; also Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun; also American University Cairo.

 

Fall 2006        Participant, China and Alexis de Tocqueville. American Enterprise Institute, Washington.

 

Fall 2006        China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry,” Center for Contemporary International Relations Studies 当代国际关系研究中心, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun.

 

Fall 2006        "Beyond Love and Hate in International Relations: The case of China and Vietnam," Invited Speaker Series of the Graduate School, Northern Illinois University

 

Fall 2006        "China and Vietnam in an Era of Normalcy," Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University

 

Fall 2006        “Democratic Prerequisites of the Ruling Party (执政党),” Beijing University

 

Fall 2006        “Methodology in the Study of International Relations,” Center for Contemporary International Relations Studies 当代国际关系研究中心 (CIRS),长春, China

 

Su 2006          “General Theory of Asymmetric International Relationships,” Institute of Political Science 政治学研究所, Academia Sinica 中央研究员, Taipei.

 

Su 2006          “Logical Conundrums of Asymmetry Theory,” Institute of Political Science 政治学研究所, Academia Sinica 中央研究员, Taipei.

 

Su 2006          Vietnam and the United States: Background as Foreground,” Principal presentation, PNTR and Deepening Vietnam-U.S. Ties: Historical Breakthrough or Geopolitical Continuity, Stimson Center, Washington, DC.

 

Su 2006          “Asymmetry Theory and Regional Powers: India, Brazil, South Africa.,” Emergent Powers and Regional Security: The experience of IBSA (India, Brazil, South Africa), Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

Su 2006      China between Region and World,” China’s Rise: Domestic and External Issues. Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.  Also presented at: Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires; International Symposium on Political China in 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities, Renmin University人民大学, Beijing; East China Normal University 华东师范大学, Shanghai; Center for Contemporary International Relations Studies 当代国际关系研究中心, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun长春, China; International Strategy Research Center 国际战略研究中心, Party Academy of the CPC Central Committee 中共中央党校, Beijing.; University of Social Science and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City; Institute of International Relations, Hanoi.

 

Spring 2006 “The Importance for Democracy of Local Elections,” Association of Chinese Political Studies, Louisville.

 

Spring 2006   Panel Chair, “China and Taiwan,” Association of Chinese Political Studies, Louisville.

 

Spring 2006   Panel discussant, “How China and Southeast Asia Interact,” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Diego

 

Fall 2005   “Some Comments on Soft Power,” Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun长春, China

 

Fall 2005    “Stalemate and the Normalization of Asymmetric Conflicts,” Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series名家讲座, Jilin University吉林大学.

 

Fall 2005   “Advanced Culture and Political Civilization,” Research Center on Jurisprudence 理论法学研究中心, Jilin University吉林大学.

 

Su 2005      “Resolving Asymmetric Stalemate: The Case of the Tibet Question,” presented in panel, “Managing Asymmetry in East Asia,” Annual Meeting of the Association of Chinese Political Studies, San Francisco.

 

Su 2005      Panel Chair, “Internal and External Conditions for China’s Peaceful Ascension,” Annual Meeting of the Association of Chinese Political Studies, San Francisco.

 

Su 2005      “What is Soft Power?” East China Normal University 华东师范大学, Shanghai

 

Su 2005      “The Current Situation of the Study of South Asia and Southeast Asia in the United States,” China Association for International Understanding (中国国际交流协会CAFIU), Beijing.

 

Spring 2005   Host and Coordinator (with Chen Jian), 34th Annual Sino-American Conference: Personality and the Changing Structure of Politics in Greater China, University of Virginia.

 

Spring 2005         China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry,” George Washington University

 

Spring 2005         Discussant, “Inequality, Embourgeoisment and the State in China,” Difference and Inequality           in Developing Societies: Trajectories of Change and Social Consequences, University of Virginia.

 

Spring 2005   Panelist, “China and Vietnam,” Vietnam as an Actor on the International Stage, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

 

Spring 2005   China’s Challenge of Sustainable Development,” University of North Carolina Wilmington.

 

Fall 2004    “Realism in Modern Chinese Political Thought,” Utopianism and Realism in China, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC.

 

Fall 2004    “After Frustration: Stalemate and the Normalization of Asymmetric International Relations,” School of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taipei

 

Fall 2004    Discussant, “Grassroots Democracy and Rural Political Economy,” panel at conference, Grassroots Democracy and Local Governance in China during the Reform Era, National Chengchi University, Taipei.

 

Su 2004      Discussant, “North Korea’s Economy and the New Asian Economic Order,” panel at conference, The Newly Emerging Asian Order and the Korean Penninsula, College of William and Mary, August.

 

Su 2004      “Party-State Democracy and the Three Represents: A Theoretical Perspective.” Presented at: International Conference on China’s Political Civilization and Political Modernization, Renmin University人民大学, Beijing.  Also presented at College of Marxism马克思主义学院, Renmin University.

 

Su 2004      “Security and Insecurity in International Relations.” Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series名家讲座, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun长春, China.

 

Su 2004      “The Three Represents and the Legitimacy of the Communist Party of China as a Governing Party (执政党).” Research Center on Jurisprudence 理论法学研究中心, Jilin University吉林大学.

 

Spring 2004   “An Introduction to Asymmetry Theory.” Renmin University 人民大学, Beijing

 

Spring 2004   “Modernization: Paths, Goals and Methods.” East China Normal University华东师范大学, Shanghai, April

 

Spring 2004   Vietnam and China from Stalemate to Normalization.” University of Michigan, April

 

Spring 2004   China and the North Korea Problem,” Virginia Consortium on Asian Studies, Washington and Lee University, February

 

Spring 2004   China, Menace or Model?” Lecture at Guilford College, February.

 

Fall 2003    “Grasping the Banner: The Development of Mao Zedong’s Politics to the Hunan Report (1927).”  Presented at: Mao Re-evaluated, Harvard University, December 3-5.

 

Fall 2003    China’s Southeast Asia policy: A Success Story for the Third Generation.” Presented at: International Conference on Generational Change and China’s Future, National Sun Yat-sen University国立中山大学, Kaohsiung高雄, Taiwan, November 21-22.

 

Fall 2003    “Asymmetry Theory and Method.” Presented at China Foreign Affairs University 外交学院, Beijing北京

 

Fall 2003        “Sustainable International Leadership: Lessons from the Sino-Vietnamese relationship, 968-1885.”  Presented at: Advanced Workshop on History and International Relations 历史学与国际关系学: 方法论探讨与学科构建高级国际学术研讨会, September 17-18, 2003, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun长春, China.

 

Fall 2003    “Reality and Limits of American Power.” Presented in Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series名家讲座, Jilin University吉林大学.

 

Spring 2003   “Prosperity and diversity in China’s reform era political economy.”  Presented at Tongji University, Shanghai.

 

Spring 2003   Panel Chair and Discussant, “Sino-Vietnamese Relations from 968 to the Present.”   Annual meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Jekyll Island.

 

Spring 2003   Panel Chair, “The 16th National Congress of the CCP: Leadership Changes and Policy Orientation.”  Annual meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Jekyll Island.

 

Su 2002      “Multipolarity and asymmetry.”  Political Science and China in Transition.  Beijing: Renmin University中国人民大学.  Also presented at the China Reform Forum in Beijing改革开放论坛, Jilin University吉林大学, Changchun, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies东南亚研究中心, Guangxi Academy of Social Sciences广西社会科学院, Nanning南宁, East China Normal University华东师范大学, Shanghai, and Shanghai International Studies University上海外语学院.

 

Spring 2002   Panel Chair, “Foreign Military Transfers in Mainland Southeast Asian Wars: Adaptation and Rejections.” Association for Asian Studies Annual meeting, Washington.

 

Spring 2002   Southeast Asia and American Strategic Options.”  American Obligation:  U.S. Grand Strategy for a New Century.  Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA

 

Spring 2002   “The United States, human rights, and moral autonomy in the post-Cold War world.” Thomas Jefferson, Rights and the Contemporary World. Rockefeller Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Italy

 

Member, the Association for Asian Studies, American Political Science Association, National Committee for U.S. China Relations, International Studies Association, Association of Chinese Political Studies. 

Editorial Board member,

Journal of Contemporary China;

Journal of Chinese Political Science;

Southeast Review of Asian Studies;  

Jilin Daxue Shehui Kexue Xuebao吉林大学社会科学学报[Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences]. 

Article Reviewer for International Studies Quarterly, China Journal, Modern China, Pacific Affairs, Canadian Journal of Political Science, China Quarterly, Comparative Political Studies, American Political Science Review, Political Theory, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Government and Opposition.

Manuscript Reviewer, University of Chicago Press, Dorsey Press, University of California Press, Hong Kong University Press, Prentice Hall, Ashgate, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Rowman and Littlefield.

 

 

LANGUAGES

 

High Passes on the University of Chicago Language Examinations in German and Modern Chinese; some reading knowledge of literary Chinese, French, Vietnamese, and Russian.