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James C. Hsiung

Professor of Politics
Ph.D. (political science), Columbia; M.A. 1961 (journalism), Southern Illinois; B.A. 1955 (comparative literature), National Taiwan.

Email:  jch2 [at] nyu.edu
Phone:  (212) 998-8523
Office Address:  NYU Department of Politics, 19 W. 4th Street, New York, NY 10012
Office Room Number:  222

For a full list of my work, see my Vita.

Areas of Research/Interest: International law, politics and organizations; Asian Pacific international relations

Teaching
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Select Publications:
Anarchy and Order: The Interplay of Politics and Law in International Relations. Forthcoming.
Hong Kong the Super Paradox: Life After Return to China. 2000.
Asia Pacific in the New World Politics, ed. Boulder, CO: L. Rienner. 1993.
Asia and U.S. Foreign Policy, ed. with Winberg Chai. Praeger. 1981.
The Taiwan Experience 1950-1980, ed. Praeger, 1981.
Law and Policy in China's Foreign Relations. Columbia University Press. 1972.
Ideology and Practice,with Praeger. 1970.

Working Papers:

"Sea Power, Law of the Sea, and China-Japan East China Sea "Resource War""

"Anarchy, Hierarchy, and Actio Popularis: An International Governance Perspective"

"U.S.-Russia-China: An Update on The Strategic Triangle"

"Comprehensive Security: Challenge For Pacific Asia"





External Affiliations: American Political Science Association; International Studies Association; American Society of International Law; Association of Asian Studies; Director, Contemporary U.S.-Asia Research Institute; Executive Editor, Asian Affairs Quarterly; Consulting Editor, Asian Thought and Society; Honorary Professorships of Four Chinese Universities; Correspondent Academician, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Shanghai, China.

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