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YANG Yuan
2012-07-15 14:37:00



  YANG Yuan

  Doctor of Laws
  Deputy Director of National Security
  Tel: 010-85195760
  E-mail: yyir@163.com

  yangyuan@cass.org.cn





Research Fields:
IR theory; international security; inter-state politics in ancient China

Education Experience:
Ph.D.  International Relations, Tsinghua University, 2014
M.A.  International Relations, Tsinghua University, 2010
B.A.  International Affairs, Beijing Normal University, 2008

Research:
Book:
Analysis of International Relations (2nd edition), Peking University Press, 2013. (Co-author with Prof. Yan Xuetong)

Journal Articles:
Two Evolution Processes of Power Competition: Comparative Studies on Spring and Autumn System and Post World War II System,” Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, forthcoming.
How Does a Rising Power Compete with a Hegemonic Power for a Small State? Case Studies from the History of Ancient East Asia,” World Economy and Politics, No. 12, 2012.
Theoretical Studies on IR in China (2008-2011),” Quarterly Journal of International Politics, No. 2, 2012. ( Reprinted by Chinese Social Science Digest, No. 10, 2012)
Correspondence: Are There Any Essential Changes in Contemporary Power Behavior?” Foreign Affairs Review, No. 1, 2012. (Co-author with Prof. Chen Hanxi)
The Key Mechanisms of Competition between Hegemons and Rising Powers in the Era Without Great Power Wars,” Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, No. 6, 2011.
Coercion or Exchange? Core Means for Great Powers to Enhance Their Influence in the Era Without Great Power Wars,” Foreign Affairs Review, No. 4, 2011.
State Functional Theory on the System Level: Based on A Critique of the State Function Assumption of Structural Realism,” World Economy and Politics, No. 11, 2010.
Rising Powers’ Legitimate Strategy and Circumvention of Balancing,” Quarterly Journal of International Politics, No. 3, 2010.
The Puzzle of Major Powers’ Circumvention of Balancing,” Quarterly Journal of International Politics, No. 2, 2009.
Review of Research Status of Realist International Studies in China (2001-2007),” Forum of World Economy & Politics, No. 3, 2008.

Book Chapter:
New Methodological Thought on National Interest and National Capability’s Quantification,” in Wang Jisi ed., World Politics: Views from China (2007-2008), Beijing: New World Press, 2008.

Conference Article:
Rising Powers’ Legitimate Strategy and Circumvention of Balancing,” presented to the Fifth Doctoral Forum Organized by China National Association for International Studies, 2010.
State Functional Theory on the System Level”, presented to the Third National IR Doctoral Forum, 2010.
How Does a Rising Power Compete with a Hegemonic Power for a Small State?” presented to the Fifth National IR Doctoral Forum, 2012.