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Yu Tiejun

Associate Professor at the SIS and Vice President of the IISS, PKU.

Fields

East Asian International Relations, International Relations Theory, History of International Politic

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Yu Tiejun is an associate professor in the School of International Studies (SIS) and Associate President of the Institute of International and Strategic Studies at Peking University. Previously, he studied at the University of Tokyo in 1998-2000, and served as visiting fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University in 2005, and also as visiting scholar at the Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University in 2005-06.


 Dr. Yu has co-edited The Sino-Japanese Security and Defense Exchange: Past, Present, and Prospect (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2012, with Zhu Feng and Akiyama Masahiro). He is also the Chinese translator of Myths of Empire by Jack Snyder (2007) and Discord and Collaboration: Essays on International Politics by Arnold Wolfers (2006). His research interests include International Security, China-U.S.-Japan Relations, and China’s National Defense Policy. He won the Excellent Teaching Award of Peking University in 2010. Dr. Yu received his Ph.D., M.A. and B.A. from Peking University.



Education

1997-2000. School of International Studies, Peking University, Ph.D. 2000.
1998-2000. Exchange research student at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
1994-1997. School of International Studies, Peking University, M.A. 1997.
1986-1990. Department of International Politics, Peking University, B.A. 1990.


Work Experience

May 2007 to Present   General Secretary of the Center for International and Strategic Studies (CISS) at PKU

August 2003 to Present   Associate Professor, School of International Studies, PKU

August 2005 to Feb. 2006   Visiting Scholar at the Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University

Feb. 2005 to August 2005   Visiting Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University

July 2000 to July 2003   Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, Peking University

July 1990 to Sept. 1994   Teaching Assistant in Shandong Finance Institute


Courses Taught

1. International Relations and East Asian Security
2. Northeast Asian International Relations
3. The History of International Political Thought
4. An Introduction to International Relations
5. The United States and the East Asia


Expertise

1. International Relations Theory
2. East Asian Security
3. China-Japan-US Trilateral Relations
4. Chinese Foreign Policy
5. International Political Thought


Publications

1. “Decoding the Princeton Report,” Zhongguo Guoji Zhanlue Pinglun 2008 (Chinese International Strategic Review 2008), Vol. 1, 2008.

2. “Several Features of Strategic Studies in American Universities,” Guoji Zhengzhi Yanjiu (International Politics Quarterly), No. 4, 2007.

3. Translator of the Chinese version of Jack Snyder, Myths of Empire (Beijing: Peking University Press, 2007).

4. Translator of the Chinese version of Arnold Wolfers, Discord and Collaboration: Essays on International Politics (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2006).

5. “Problems in and Reflections on the Studies of International Relations in China,” Jiaoxue yu Yanjiu (Teaching and Studies), No. 11, 2005.

6. “Military Alliances in East Asia,” in Yan Xuetong and Jin Dexiang, eds. Peace and Security in East Asia (Beijing: Shishi Press, 2005).

7. “International Relations Theory and INGO” in Wang Jie et al. ed. INGO in Global Governance (Beijing: Peking University Press, 2004).

8. “International Relations Theory and Sino-Japan Historical Problem,” Taipingyang Xuebao (The Pacific Journal), No. 3, 2003.

9. “Power and Ideas: the Rise and Fall of the ‘Revisionist’ View on Japan in the United States.” Meiguo Yanjiu (American Studies Quarterly), Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring 2002).

10. “Offensive Realism, Defensive Realism and Neo-Classical Realism,” Shijie Jingji yu Zhengzhi (World Economy and Politics), May 2000.

11. “Alliance Theory in International Politics: Evolution and Debate,” in Ouzhou (Journal of Europe) Vol.17, No. 5 (Oct. 1999).

12. Translator of the Chinese version of Michael Armacost, Friends or Rivals? The Insider’s Account of U.S.-Japan Relations (Beijing: Xinhua Press, 1998).



Positions held

Academic Committee Member and General Secretary, Center for International and Strategic Studies, Peking University, 2007-present.

Editorial Board, Peking University International Strategic Studies Series, 2007-present.

Editorial Board, Guoji Zhengzhi Yanjiu (International Politics Studies), 2002-present.

Editorial Board, Zhongguo Guoji Zhanlue Pinglun (Chinese International Strategic Review), 2008.

Editorial Board, International Relations Masterpiece Series published by Shijie Zhishi Chubanhe (World Affairs Press), 2000-06.

Member, American Political Science Association, 2005-present.

Reviewer of Shijie Jingji yu Zhengzhi (World Economy and Politics), Guoji Zhengzhi Kexue (International Political Science), and Guoji Zhengzhi Yanjiu (International Politics Studies).



Honors and Awards

1. China’s Ministry of Education Research Grant. “America’s Alliance Strategy in the Cold War Era,” 2007-09.

2. Japan JETRO Research Grant. “China’s New Security Concept and Its Practice in the Asia-Pacific Region,” 2007.

3. The Nippon Foundation Fellowship. “The Development of the US-Japan Alliance and Its Implications for China,” 2005-06.

4. China State Scholarship. “International Security Studies in the United States,” 2004.

5. Chinese National Social Science Research Grant. “The History of the Western International Political Thought,” 2002.

6. Gang Song Teaching Award, Peking University, 2002

7. Excellent Undergraduate Advisor Award, Peking University, 2000-04.

8. The Nippon Foundation Scholarship, 1994-2000


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