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Victoria Tin-bor HuiVictoria Tin-bor Hui

Associate Professor
(PhD, Columbia University, 2000)
405 Decio Hall
574-631-7570
email: thui@nd.edu
http://politicalscience.nd.edu/faculty/profiles/tin-bor-victoria-hui/
http://victoriatbhui.wordpress.com

Geographic focus: Asia and Europe

Thematic interests: Comparative history of Asia and Europe, transformation of world politics, the emerging world order in the post-Cold War era, international security, state formation and state-society relations, contentious politics and resistance movements, political culture, Asian and Confucian values, Chinese politics.

Selected publications:

  • “Building Castles in the Sand: A Review of Ancient Chinese Thought, Modern Chinese Power,” Chinese Journal of International Politics 5, 4 (2012)

  • “History and Thought in China’s Traditions,” Journal of Chinese Political Science 17, 2 (2012)

  • Introduction,” roundtable on Yuan-kang Wang’s Harmony and War, H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Reviews 4, 3 (2012)

  • “Efforts to Construct a ‘Chinese School of IR’ Must Take Chinese History Seriously,” World Economics and Politics 9 (2010)

  • War and State Formation in Ancient China and Early Modern Europe, translated by Xu Jin (Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2009)

  • “War, State Formation, and Citizenship Rights,” World Economics and Politics 9 (2008)

  • "How China Was Ruled?" The American Interest (March/April, 2008)

  • "Testing Balance of Power Theory in World History," with William C. Wohlforth, Richard Little, Stuart J. Kaufman, David C. Kang, Charles L. Jones, Arthur Ecksten, Daniel H. Deudney, and William Brenner, European Journal of International Relations 13, 2 (2007)

  • "The Triumph of Domination in the Ancient Chinese System," in Stuart J. Kaufman, Richard Little, and William C. Wohlforth, eds., The Balance of Power in World History (Palgrave, 2007)

  • War and State Formation in Ancient China and Early Modern Europe (Cambridge University Press, 2005) [Chinese edition, Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2009]

  • "Toward a Dynamic Theory of International Politics," International Organization 58 (2004) [Chinese edition in International Political Science, 2005]

  • "The Emergence and Demise of Nascent Constitutional Rights" in The Journal of Political Philosophy 9, 4 (2001) [Chinese edition in World Economics and Politics, 2008]

  • "Problematizing Sovereignty" in the edited volume International Intervention in the Post-Cold War World (Sharpe, 2003)

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