Jing Huang

Singapore

Richard von Weizsaker Fellow at Bosch Academy

He was Lee-Foundation Professor on US-China Relations at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (2008–2017); Senior fellow at Brookings Institution (2004–2008); Shorenstein Fellow at Stanford University (2002–2003); and Professor of political science at Utah State University (1994–2004). He obtained Ph. D. in political science at Harvard University. His research/teaching focus on Chinese politics, US-China relations, security issues in Asia-Pacific, major powers relations and the development of Russia’s Far East.

Research interests: Chinese elite politics, China’s development strategy and foreign policy, US-China relations, security issues in the Asian Pacific region; China-India relations. Selected publications: Inseparable Separation: the Making of China’s Taiwan Policy (2010); Crisis and Challenges in US-China Relations 1989–1993 (2003); Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics (2000), which won the Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize.

Materials

In a ‘Grey’ World, No Grounds to Fear US-China Confrontation
27.01.2017
Under Donald Trump, the United States is deeply divided in terms of policy-making, so being tough on China is a way to overcome internal opposition to Trump. But does this mean that Trump can pursue a

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Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea: Navigating Rough Waters. By Jing…
12.10.2015
This volume provides in-depth analysis of the complexities of on-going territorial dispute in the South China Sea region through a multitude of perspectives of the involved stakeholders.

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International Cooperation in the Development of Russia’s Far East and Siberia.…
12.10.2015
Russia's new 'pivot to Asia' increases the global significance of Russia's Siberia and Far East. Moscow's eastward turn is not only motivated by the growth of economic, strategic

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Lee Kuan Yew’s Legacy
07.04.2015
Lee Kuan Yew was known and will be remembered for his iron-handedness in maintaining socio-political stability, his absolute intolerance towards corruption, his seemingly authoritarian approach to

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Valdai Index 2013: Political Trends and Identity Issues
13.11.2013
The negative trends revealed in the survey of Russia’s political system indicate a fundamental challenge to the Russian government as well as Russia’s nation-state building. In retrospect, the most

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