Edited Volumes

Book Chapters in Edited Volumes

Bennett, Yan C. “Chinese Contract Law after the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods,” in John Garrick, ed., Law and Policy for China's Market Socialism (New York and London: Routledge 2012). 

Chong, Ja Ian. “The International System and the Emergence of the Sovereign State: The Birth of the Modern Sovereign State in the Chinese World” in Chu P'ing and Yang Ju-pin, eds., Heavenly Bodies, Physical Bodies, and Political Bodies: Sinology Faces the World  (Taipei: National Taiwan University Publishing Centre, 2005) . 主權國的興起與世界政治架構:現代主權在華夏的誕生〉祝平次   楊儒賓   編《天體、生體與國體:迴向世界的漢學》台北   國立台灣大學出版中心  2005 年  [ 民 94] ), 407-457.

Andrew S. Erickson, “Chinese Statesmen and the Use of Air Power,” in Robin Higham and Mark Parillo, eds., The Influence of Airpower upon History: Statesmanship, Diplomacy, and Foreign Policy since 1903 (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2013), 237-71.

Erickson, Andrew. “India’s Steady Progress in Rockets and Satellites,” in Anthony M. Springer, ed., Proceedings of the Forty-First History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics, American Astronautical Society (AAS) History Series, Vol. 38 (San Diego, CA: Univelt, 2012), 359-94.

Andrew S. Erickson and Austin M. Strange, “Transatlantic Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific,” in Patryk Pawlak, ed., Look East, Act East: Transatlantic Agendas in the Asia Pacific, Report #13 (Brussels: European Union Institute for Security Studies, 18 December 2012), 38-44.

Christopher T. Yeaw, Andrew S. Erickson, and Michael S. Chase, “The Future of Chinese Nuclear Policy and Strategy,” in Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes, eds., Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age: Power, Ambition, and the Ultimate Weapon (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2012), 53-80.

Andrew S. Erickson, “China’s Modernization of Its Naval and Air Power Capabilities,” in Ashley J. Tellis and Travis Tanner, eds., Strategic Asia 2012-13: China’s Military Challenge (Seattle, WA: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2012), 60-125.

Michael S. Chase and Andrew S. Erickson, “A Competitive Strategy with Chinese Characteristics? The Second Artillery’s Growing Conventional Forces and Missions,” in Thomas Mahnken, ed., Competitive Strategies for the 21st Century: Theory, History, and Practice (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2012), 206-18.

Erickson, Andrew. “Mutually Assured Destruction or Dependence? U.S. and Chinese Perspectives on China’s Military Development,” in Timothy B. Weston and Lionel M. Jensen, eds., China In and Beyond the Headlines, 3rd edition (Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012).

Andrew S. Erickson, “Microsatellites: A Bellwether of Chinese Aerospace Progress?” in Lisa Parks and James Schwoch, eds., Down to Earth: Satellite Technologies, Industries, and Cultures (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2012), 254-79.

Erickson, Andrew. “Maritime Security Cooperation in the South China Sea Region,” in Wu Shicun and Zou Keyuan, eds., Maritime Security in the South China Sea: Regional Implications and International Cooperation (London: Ashgate, 2009), pp. 51-80.

Erickson, Andrew. “The Container Security Initiative and Maritime Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific,” in 沈丁立, 任晓, 主编 [Shen Dingli and Ren Xiao, Chief Editors], 亚洲地缘经济与政治 [Geoeconomics and Politics in Asia], (Shanghai: 上海人民出版社 [Shanghai People’s Press], 2008), pp. 139-73.

Erickson, Andrew. “Can China Become a Maritime Power?,” in Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes, eds., Asia Looks Seaward: Power and Maritime Strategy (Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2008), pp. 70-110.

Erickson, Andrew. “A Place and a Base: Guam and the American Presence in East Asia,” with Justin Mikolay, in Carnes Lord, ed., Reposturing the Force: U.S. Overseas Presence in the Twenty-first Century, Naval War College Newport Paper No. 26, 2006, pp. 65-93.

Fravel, M. Taylor. China in the Asia-Pacific: A Reader. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. (Co-edited with Sun Xuefeng and Matt Ferchen)

Fravel, M. Taylor. “Maritime Security in the South China Sea and the Competition over Maritime Rights,” in Patrick Cronin and William Rogers, eds., Asia in the Balance: U.S. Strategy in the South China Sea (Washington, DC: Center for New American Security, 2012).

Fravel, M. Taylor. China’s Rise and International Norms: A Reader. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. (Co-edited with Sun Xuefeng and Matt Ferchen)

China and East Asian Order: A Reader.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. (Co-edited with Sun Xuefeng and Matt Ferchen)

Fravel, M. Taylor. “Beyond the Moat: The PLAN’s Evolving Interests and Potential Influence,” in Phil Saunders et al., eds., The Chinese Navy: Expanding Capabilities, Evolving Roles (National Defense University Press, 2011) (with Alex Liebman)

Fravel, M. Taylor. “China Views India’s Rise: Deepening Cooperation, Managing Differences,” in Ashley Tellis, Travis Tanner, and Jessica Keogh, eds., Strategic Asia 2011–12: Asia Responds to Its Rising Powers—China and India (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2011)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Rethinking China’s Rise: A Reader.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. (Co-edited with Sun Xuefeng and Matt Ferchen)

Fravel, Taylor. “Explaining Stability in the Senkaku (Diaoyu) Dispute,” in Gerald Curtis, Ryosei Kokubun and Wang Jisi, eds., Getting the Triangle Straight: Managing China-Japan-US Relations (Washington, DC: JCIE, 2010)

Fravel, Taylor. “The Evolution of China’s Military Strategy” in David Finkelstein and James C. Mulvenon, eds., China’s Revolution in Doctrinal Affairs (Alexandria: Center for Naval Analysis, 2005)

Fravel, M. Taylor. “Maritime Security in the South China Sea and the Competition over Maritime Rights,” in Patrick Cronin and William Rogers, eds., Asia in the Balance: U.S. Strategy in the South China Sea (Washington, DC: Center for New American Security, 2012).

Han, Enze. “Modernization, Economic Development and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Contemporary China” in Suijian Guo and Baogang Guo, eds. Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development. (Lexington Books 2007).

He, Kai.  U.S. Foreign Relations: China. Oxford Companion to International Relations. Oxford University Press, 2014.

He, Kai, “Case Study and Comparative Methods: Why Do States Participate in Multilateral Institutions?” in Akan Malici and Liz Smith, eds., Political Science Research in Practice (New York and London: Routledge, 2012). 

He, Kai, “Indonesia’s Foreign Policy after the Cold War: Political Legitimacy, International Pressure, and Foreign Policy Choice,” in B.J.C. McKercher, ed. Handbook of Diplomacy and Statecraft (New York and London: Routledge 2011).

He, Kai, and Huiyun Feng, “Deceptive Bargaining and Nuclear Ambitions: Prospect Theory and North Korea’s Decision to Go Nuclear” in Stephen G. Walker, Akan Malici, and Mark Schafer, eds. Rethinking Foreign Policy Analysis: States, Leaders, and the Microfoundations of Behavioral International Relations (New York and London: Routledge, 2011), pp. 97-111.

He, Kai. “China’s Peaceful Rise and Multilateral Institutions in Search of a Harmonious World” in Sujian Guo, ed., Harmonious World and China’s New Foreign Policy (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2008), pp. 65-81.

He, Yinan.  "Remembering and Forgetting the War: Elite Mythmaking, Mass Reaction, and Sino-Japanese Relations," Inherited Responsibility and Historical Reconciliation in East Asia (Routledge 2013)

He, Yinan. "The Past and Present of Sino-Japanese Relations: Revisiting the Role of the US Factor and the Legacy of History," The United States between China and Japan (Cambridge Scholars  2013)

He, Yinan. "War, Myths, and National Identity Formation: Chinese Attitudes toward Japan," National Myths: Constructed Pasts, Contested Presents (Routledge 2013)

He, Yinan. “National Mythmaking and the Problem of History in Sino-Japanese Relations”
in Lam Peng Er, ed., Japan’s Foreign Relations with China: Coping with a Rising
 (London & New York: Routledge, 2006)

Kastner, Scott. “Rethinking the Political Consequences of Economic Integration in Mainland China-Taiwan Relations” in Shiping Hua, ed., Reflections on the Triangular Relations of Beijing-Taipei-Washington since 1995: Status Quo at the Taiwan Straits?(Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2006)

Kastner, Scott. “Managing America’s Taiwan Dilemma: US Policy toward the Taiwan Strait and its Implications for Cross-Strait Stability” in Jacob Bercovitch, Kwei-Bo Huang, and Chung-Chian Tung, eds., Conflict Management, Security, and Intervention in East Asia: Third Party Mediation in Regional Conflict (Routledge, 2008)

Kastner, Scott. “The Empirical Study of Cabinet Governance” (with Torbjorn Bergman, Elizabeth Gerber and Benjamin Nyblade) in Kaare Strom, Wolfgang Mueller and Torbjorn Bergman, eds., Cabinets and Coalition Bargaining: The Democratic Life Cycle in Western Europe (Oxford University Press, 2008)

Kastner, Scott. “Trade Policy Openness, Government Spending, and Democratic Consolidation: A Preliminary Analysis” (with Michael Hiscox) in Anthony Langlois and Karol Soltan, eds., Global Democracy and its Difficulties (Routledge, 2008)

Kennedy, Andrew. “China’s Search for Oil Security: A Critique,” in David Steven, Emily O’Brien, and Bruce Jones (eds.), The New Politics of Strategic Resources: Energy and Food Security Challenges in the 21st Century (Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2014), 23-39.

Kennedy, Andrew. “China’s Petroleum Predicament: Challenges and Opportunities in Beijing’s Search for Energy Security,” in Jane Golley and Ligang Song (eds.), Rising China: Challenges and Opportunities (Canberra: Australian National University E-Press, 2011), 121-35.

Kennedy, Andrew. “Military Audacity: Mao Zedong, Liu Shaoqi, and China’s Adventure in Korea,” in Ernest May, Richard Rosecrance, and Zara Steiner (eds.), History and Neorealism (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 201-227.

Courtney J. Richardson, "A Responsible Power? China and the UN Peacekeeping Regime," in Marc Lanteigne and Miwa Hirono (editors), China's Evolving Approach to Peacekeeping (London: Routledge, 2012).

Courtney J. Richardson, "Contributors to UN Peacekeeping: The Comparative Case of China," in Zhao Lei (editor), The Cutting-edge Issues of China's Participation in UN Peacekeeping Operations (Beijing: Shishi chubanshe, 2011). [in English and Chinese].

Xu, Xin. “Chinese Approach to Multilateralism in the Asia Pacific: A Path to China’s Peaceful Rise,” in External Strategy of the New Chinese Leadership. (Tokyo: The Japan Institute of International Affairs, 2004)

Xu, Xin. “The Chinese Concept of ‘Twenty Years’ Strategic Opportunities’ and Its Implications for Asian Security Order,” in N S Sisodia and V Krishnappa, eds., Global Power Shifts and Strategic Transition in Asia (New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2009), pp.59-92.

Xu, Xin. “A Dialectic of Multilateralism and Multipolarity: China’s Regional Security Practice in the Age of Globalization” in David Kelly, Ramkishen Rajan, and Gillian H L Goh, eds., Managing Globalization: Lessons from China and India (Singapore: World Scientific, 2006)

Xu, Xin. “Modernizing China in the Olympic Spotlight: China’s National Identity and the 2008 Beijing Olympiad” in John Horne and Wolfram Manzenreiter, eds., Sports Mega-Events: Social Scientific Analyses of a Global Phenomenon (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2006); also in Sociological Review, Vol. 54, Issue 2 (December 2006)