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James C. Hsiung

JAMES C. HSIUNG, Ph.D.-Columbia University, is Professor of Politics at New York University, and author and editor of 18 books on Pacific Asian international relations, U.S. Asian relations, Chinese foreign policy, and international law. His current research interest is in sea power and the twenty-first century. At NYU, he teaches comparative politics of China and Japan, international relations of Asia, international law, and international governance.

Works

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China and Japan at Odds
Deciphering the Perpetual Conflict

Palgrave Macmillan
The running saga of China and Japan at odds is unparalleled in world history. Its long stretch of recurrent conflicts, going back to the 16th century, through...
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Twenty-First Century World Order and the Asia Pacific
Value Change, Exigencies, and Power Realignment

Palgrave Macmillan
This book is a study of both the emergent world order of the 21st-century and how Asia Pacific will stand up amount the ranks of nations and blocs, in the...
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Hong Kong the Super Paradox
Life After Return to China

Palgrave Macmillan
Hong Kong the Super Paradox cuts into the cold reality of post-colonial Hong Kong, which demonstrates a paradoxical normalcy in its internal politics belying...
James C. Hsiung

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