Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan

BA Xi'an, MA Carleton, PhD Queen's

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 6637

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Biographical details

Associate Professor Yuan specializes in Asia-Pacific security, Chinese defence and foreign policy, and global and regional arms control and non-proliferation issues. A graduate of the Xi'an Foreign Language University, People's Republic of China (1982), he received his Ph.D. in political science from Queen's University in 1995 and has had research and teaching appointments at Queen's University, York University, the University of Toronto, and the University of British Columbia, where he was a recipient of the prestigious Iaazk Killam Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. He is the co-author of China and India: Cooperation or Conflict? (Boulder and London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003) and his publications have appeared in Asian Survey, Contemporary Security Studies, Far Eastern Economic Review, The Hindu, Japan Times, International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Nonproliferation Review, South China Morning Post, Washington Quarterly, among others. He is currently working on a book manuscript on post-Cold War Chinese security policy. Prior to joining CISS, Dr. Yuan served as Director of the East Asia Nonproliferation Program, and was Associate Professor of International Policy Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, a graduate school of Middlebury College. In July-August 2009, he was a visiting senior research fellow at the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore.

Research interests

  • Chinese defence and foreign policy
  • Asia-Pacific security (with a focus on Northeast Asia and South China Sea)
  • Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament
  • American Asia policy
  • Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Teaching and supervision

Current Courses
  • CISS6016 - Chinese Foreign and Security Policy

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2012

  • Sizing up the dragon: Americas engagement of Chinas military; Yuan J; United States Studies Centre/Research Support.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Yuan, J., Erickson, A., Gormley, D. (2014). Chinese Cruise Missiles: A Quiet Force-Multiplier, China Security Perspective. Washington, DC: National Defence University, Institute for National Strategic Studies.
  • Sidhu, W., Yuan, J. (2003). China and India: Cooperation or Conflict?. Boulder, Colorado, United States of America: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2000). Asia-Pacific Security: China's Conditional Multilateralism and Great Power Entente. United States of America: Strategic Studies Institute.

Edited Books

  • Reilly, J., Yuan, J. (2012). Australia and China at 40. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Book Chapters

  • Yuan, J. (2014). Nuclear Politics in Asia. In Rosemary Foot, Saadia Pekkanen, and John Ravenhill (Eds.), Oxford Handbook in International Relations of Asia. Oxford University Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). China and the Indian Ocean: New Departures in Regional Balancing. In John Garofano, Andrea J Dew (Eds.), Deep Currents and Rising Tides: The Indian Ocean and International Security, (pp. 157-183). Washington, DC, United States: Georgetown University Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). Comrades No More: Beijing's Evolving North Korea Policy. In Gungwu Wang, Yong-Nian Zheng (Eds.), China: Development and Governance, (pp. 429-434). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). Defence and Foreign Policy. In Chris Ogden (Eds.), Handbook of China's Governance and Domestic Politics, (pp. 97-106). New York: Routledge.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). The End of the NPT as We Know It? The DPRK Nuclear Challenges and the Politics of Nonproliferation. In Gregory J. Moore (Eds.), North Korean Nuclear Operationality: The Implications for Northeast Asian Regional Security and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime, (pp. 218). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). The Korean Peninsula Faces Uncertainties and Challenges. In Yongnian Zheng, Liang Fook Lye (Eds.), East Asia: Developments and Challenges, (pp. 97-114). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Reilly, J., Yuan, J. (2012). Australia's Relations with China in a New Era. In James Reilly and Jingdong Yuan (Eds.), Australia and China at 40, (pp. 2-20). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2012). Sino-Indian Relations: Peaceful Coexistence or Pending Rivalry? In Emilian Kavalski (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Chinese Foreign Policy. Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
  • Yuan, J., Erickson, A. (2011). Antiaccess and China's Air-Launched Cruise Missiles. In Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein (Eds.), Chinese Aerospace Power: Evolving Maritime Roles, (pp. 275-286). Annapolis, MD United States: Naval Institute Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2010). Chinese Perspectives on the U.S.-Japan Alliance. In David Arase and Tsuneo Akaha (Eds.), The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Balancing Soft and Hard Power in East Asia, (pp. 83-116). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Sanders-Donohoe, L., Yuan, J. (2010). Languages, Culture, and Education for Nonproliferation Policy. In Michel Gueldry (Eds.), How Globalizing Professions Deal with National Languages: Studies in Cultural Conflict and Cooperation. United States of America: Edwin Mellen Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2010). Sino-Russian Defense Ties. In James Bellacqua (Eds.), The Future of China-Russia Relations, (pp. 203-229). United States of America: University Press of Kentucky.
  • Bullard, M., Yuan, J. (2010). Taiwan and Nuclear Weaponization: Incentives versus Disincentives. In William C Potter and Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova (Eds.), Forecasting Nuclear Proliferation in the 21st Century: Volume 2 A Comparative Perspective, (pp. 182-202). United States of America: Stanford University Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). China and the Nuclear-Free World. In Cristina Hansell and William C Potter (Eds.), Engaging China and Russia on Nuclear Disarmament, (pp. 25-36). Monterey, California, USA: Monterey Institute of International Studies.
  • Sokov, N., Yuan, J., Potter, W., Hansell, C. (2009). Chinese and Russian Perspectives on Achieving Nuclear Zero. In Cristina Hansell and William C Potter (Eds.), Engaging China and Russia on Nuclear Disarmament, (pp. 1-23). Monterey, California, USA: Monterey Institute of International Studies.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Identity, Nationalism, and China's Policy Towards Regionalization. In Emilian Kavalski (Eds.), China and the Global Politics of Regionalization, (pp. 63-78). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Podvig, P., Wehling, F., Yuan, J. (2008). Nuclear Weapons in a Changing Threat Environment. In Paul J Bolt, Su Changhe, Sharyl Cross (Eds.), The United States, Russia, and China: Confronting Global Terrorism and Security Challenges in the 21st Century, (pp. 33-50). United States of America: Praeger Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2007). Arms Control Regimes in the Asia-Pacific: Managing Armament and WMD Proliferation. In Amitav Acharya and Evelyn Goh (Eds.), Reassessing Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific: Competition, Congruence, and Transformation, (pp. 177-194). United States of America: MIT Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2007). New Player in the Game: China, Arms Control, and Multilateralism. In Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne (Eds.), China Turns to Multilateralism: Foreign Policy and Regional Security, (pp. 51-72). London, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2007). The Bush Doctrine: Chinese Perspectives and Responses. In Simon Shen (Eds.), China and Antiterrorism, (pp. 108-129). United States of America: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). Deferring to the National Interest: Arms Control and Civil-Military Relations in China. In Nan Li (Eds.), Chinese Civil-Military Relations: The Transformation of the People's Liberation Army, (pp. 40-60). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Chinese Perspectives and Responses to the Bush Doctrine. In Melvin Gurtov and Peter Van Ness (Eds.), Confronting the Bush Doctrine: Critical Views from the Asia-Pacific, (pp. 108-129). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Managing the Dragon's Rise: the China Policy of the Bush Administration. In Danny S Paau and Herbert S J Yee (Eds.), Return of the Dragon: US-China Relations in the 21st Century, (pp. 29-60). Germany: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Navigating Northeast Asian Security: Diplomacy, Deterrence, and Multilateral Institutions. In I Yuan (Eds.), Rethinking new international order in East Asia : U.S., China and Taiwan, (pp. 147-184). Taipei, Taiwan: National Chengchi University.
  • Saunders, P., Yuan, J. (2005). Strategic Force Modernization. In Paul J Bolt and Albert S Willner (Eds.), China's Nuclear Future, (pp. 79-118). United States of America: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2004). Foe or Friend?: Chinese Assessment of a Rising India After Pokhran-II. In Lowell Dittmer (Eds.), South Asia's Nuclear Security Dilemma: India, Pakistan, and China, (pp. 150-174). United States of America: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). China's Pragmatic Approach to Nonproliferation Policy in the Post-Cold War Era. In Suisheng Zhao (Eds.), Chinese Foreign Policy: Pragmatism and Strategic Behavior, (pp. 151-176). Armonk, NY, United States of America: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Chinese Perspectives on Multilateralism: Implications for Cooperative Security in Asia Pacific. In Stuart Nagel (Eds.), Policymaking and Peace: A Multinational Anthology, (pp. 103-127). United States of America: Lexington Books.
  • Akaha, T., Yuan, J. (2003). Messeji- Seijukushita Nicchu-kankei Juritsu e. In Uno Shigeaki (Eds.), Hokuto Ajia ni okeru Chugoku to Nihon, (pp. 18-21). Tokyo, Japan: Kokusai Shoin.

Journals

  • Yuan, J. (2013). Getting China Right: America's Real Choice. Security Challenges, 9(1), 9-16.
  • Yuan, J. (2011). Beijing's Balancing Act: Courting New Delhi, Reassuring Islamabad. Journal of International Affairs, 64(2), 37-54.
  • Yuan, J. (2010). China's Role in Establishing and Building the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Journal of Contemporary China, 19(67), 855-869. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Path Not (Yet) Taken? Revisiting the Three East Asian Cases. Asian Policy, 7(January), 126-130.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Reluctant Restraint: The Evolution of China’s Nonproliferation Policies and Practices, 1980-2004, by Evan S. Medeiros. Pacific Affairs: an international review of Asia and the Pacific, 82(4), 706-707.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Sizing Up the Elephant: Beijing’s Perspectives on a Rising India. East Asian Policy, 1(4), 25-33.
  • Yuan, J. (2008). Chinese Nationalism and Sino-Japanese Relations. Pacific Focus, 23(2), 212-231. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2008). Chinese Perspectives on a Rising India. World Politics: a quarterly journal of international relations, 1(1), 44-48.
  • Yuan, J. (2008). When Intervention Succeeds: China, the United States, and Nonproliferation. The Nonproliferation Review, 15(3), 543-548. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2007). Effective, Reliable, and Credible: China's Nuclear Modernization. The Nonproliferation Review, 14(2), 275-301. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2007). The Dragon and the Elephant: Chinese-Indian Relations in the 21st Century. The Washington Quarterly, 30(3), 131-144.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). China and the Iranian Nuclear Crisis. China Brief, 6(3), 1-3.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). Nuclear Threat Reduction and the Dynamics of Sino-US Relations. Journal of East Asian Affairs, 20(1), 77-116.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). Sino-US Military Relations: The Need for Deep Engagement. SITREP, 66(1), 14-16.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). China's Kashmir Policy. China Brief, 5(19).
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Developing an Integrated Approach Toward Ballistic Missile Proliferation. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 17(2), 127-151. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Shenzhou and China's Space Odyssey. China Brief, 5(24), 5-8.
  • Yuan, J. (2004). China’s Security Environment and Sino-US Relations: Peaceful Emergence or Impending Conflicts? Asian Affairs, 23(December), 59-75.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). China and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Anti-Terrorism and Beijing's Central Asian Policy. Politologiske Studier, 6(2), 128-139.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Chinese responses to U.S. missile defenses: Implications for arms control and regional security. The Nonproliferation Review, 10(1), 75-96. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Friend or Foe? The Bush Administration and U.S. China Policy in Transition. East Asian Review, 15(3), 39-64.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Sino-US Military Relations Since Tiananmen: Restoration, Progress, and Pitfalls. Parameters (Carlisle), 33(1), 51-67.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). The Bush Doctrine: Chinese Perspectives and Responses. Asian Perspective: quarterly journal of regional and international affairs, 27(4), 111-145.
  • Yuan, J., Saunders, P., Lieggi, S. (2002). Recent developments in China's export controls: New regulations and new challenges. The Nonproliferation Review, 9(3), 153-167. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2002). The Evolution of China's Nonproliferation Policy since the 1990s: Progress, problems, and prospects. Journal of Contemporary China, 11(31), 209-233. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2002). The Future of Export Controls: Developing New Strategies for Nonproliferation. International Politics: a journal of transnational issues and global problems, 39(2), 131-151.
  • Yuan, J. (2001). India's Rise After Pokhran II: Chinese Analyses and Assessments. Asian Survey, 41(6), 978-1001.
  • Yuan, J. (2001). Regional Institutions and Cooperative Security: Chinese Approaches and Policies. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 13(1), 263-294. [More Information]
  • Singh Sidhu, W., Yuan, J. (2001). Resolving the Sino-Indian Border Dispute: Building Confidence through Cooperative Monitoring. Asian Survey, 41(2), 351-376.
  • Yuan, J., Medeiros, E. (2001). US Military Presence in Asia: Offshore Balancer or Local Sheriff? Jane's Intelligence Review, January, 31-35.

Conferences

  • Yuan, J. (2010). Dragon's Rise: Chinese Military Buildup and East Asian Security. International Studies Association (ISA) -West Annual Meeting 2010: International Responsibilities and State Interests, United States of America: International Studies Association.

Working Paper Internal

  • Yuan, J. (2009). Sizing Up the Elephant: Chinese Views of India in the New Millennium.

Report

  • Yuan, J. (2010). Chinese Perceptions of the Utility of Nuclear Weapons: Prospects and Potential Problems in Disarmament.
  • Yuan, J. (2008). Sino-U.S. Relations: Dealing with a Rising Power.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). China-ASEAN Relations: Perspectives, Prospects, and Implications for U.S. Interests.

2014

  • Yuan, J., Erickson, A., Gormley, D. (2014). Chinese Cruise Missiles: A Quiet Force-Multiplier, China Security Perspective. Washington, DC: National Defence University, Institute for National Strategic Studies.
  • Yuan, J. (2014). Nuclear Politics in Asia. In Rosemary Foot, Saadia Pekkanen, and John Ravenhill (Eds.), Oxford Handbook in International Relations of Asia. Oxford University Press.

2013

  • Yuan, J. (2013). China and the Indian Ocean: New Departures in Regional Balancing. In John Garofano, Andrea J Dew (Eds.), Deep Currents and Rising Tides: The Indian Ocean and International Security, (pp. 157-183). Washington, DC, United States: Georgetown University Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). Comrades No More: Beijing's Evolving North Korea Policy. In Gungwu Wang, Yong-Nian Zheng (Eds.), China: Development and Governance, (pp. 429-434). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). Defence and Foreign Policy. In Chris Ogden (Eds.), Handbook of China's Governance and Domestic Politics, (pp. 97-106). New York: Routledge.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). Getting China Right: America's Real Choice. Security Challenges, 9(1), 9-16.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). The End of the NPT as We Know It? The DPRK Nuclear Challenges and the Politics of Nonproliferation. In Gregory J. Moore (Eds.), North Korean Nuclear Operationality: The Implications for Northeast Asian Regional Security and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime, (pp. 218). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2013). The Korean Peninsula Faces Uncertainties and Challenges. In Yongnian Zheng, Liang Fook Lye (Eds.), East Asia: Developments and Challenges, (pp. 97-114). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.

2012

  • Reilly, J., Yuan, J. (2012). Australia and China at 40. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Reilly, J., Yuan, J. (2012). Australia's Relations with China in a New Era. In James Reilly and Jingdong Yuan (Eds.), Australia and China at 40, (pp. 2-20). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2012). Sino-Indian Relations: Peaceful Coexistence or Pending Rivalry? In Emilian Kavalski (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Chinese Foreign Policy. Surrey, UK: Ashgate.

2011

  • Yuan, J., Erickson, A. (2011). Antiaccess and China's Air-Launched Cruise Missiles. In Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein (Eds.), Chinese Aerospace Power: Evolving Maritime Roles, (pp. 275-286). Annapolis, MD United States: Naval Institute Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2011). Beijing's Balancing Act: Courting New Delhi, Reassuring Islamabad. Journal of International Affairs, 64(2), 37-54.

2010

  • Yuan, J. (2010). China's Role in Establishing and Building the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Journal of Contemporary China, 19(67), 855-869. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2010). Chinese Perceptions of the Utility of Nuclear Weapons: Prospects and Potential Problems in Disarmament.
  • Yuan, J. (2010). Chinese Perspectives on the U.S.-Japan Alliance. In David Arase and Tsuneo Akaha (Eds.), The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Balancing Soft and Hard Power in East Asia, (pp. 83-116). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2010). Dragon's Rise: Chinese Military Buildup and East Asian Security. International Studies Association (ISA) -West Annual Meeting 2010: International Responsibilities and State Interests, United States of America: International Studies Association.
  • Sanders-Donohoe, L., Yuan, J. (2010). Languages, Culture, and Education for Nonproliferation Policy. In Michel Gueldry (Eds.), How Globalizing Professions Deal with National Languages: Studies in Cultural Conflict and Cooperation. United States of America: Edwin Mellen Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2010). Sino-Russian Defense Ties. In James Bellacqua (Eds.), The Future of China-Russia Relations, (pp. 203-229). United States of America: University Press of Kentucky.
  • Bullard, M., Yuan, J. (2010). Taiwan and Nuclear Weaponization: Incentives versus Disincentives. In William C Potter and Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova (Eds.), Forecasting Nuclear Proliferation in the 21st Century: Volume 2 A Comparative Perspective, (pp. 182-202). United States of America: Stanford University Press.

2009

  • Yuan, J. (2009). China and the Nuclear-Free World. In Cristina Hansell and William C Potter (Eds.), Engaging China and Russia on Nuclear Disarmament, (pp. 25-36). Monterey, California, USA: Monterey Institute of International Studies.
  • Sokov, N., Yuan, J., Potter, W., Hansell, C. (2009). Chinese and Russian Perspectives on Achieving Nuclear Zero. In Cristina Hansell and William C Potter (Eds.), Engaging China and Russia on Nuclear Disarmament, (pp. 1-23). Monterey, California, USA: Monterey Institute of International Studies.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Identity, Nationalism, and China's Policy Towards Regionalization. In Emilian Kavalski (Eds.), China and the Global Politics of Regionalization, (pp. 63-78). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Path Not (Yet) Taken? Revisiting the Three East Asian Cases. Asian Policy, 7(January), 126-130.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Reluctant Restraint: The Evolution of China’s Nonproliferation Policies and Practices, 1980-2004, by Evan S. Medeiros. Pacific Affairs: an international review of Asia and the Pacific, 82(4), 706-707.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Sizing Up the Elephant: Beijing’s Perspectives on a Rising India. East Asian Policy, 1(4), 25-33.
  • Yuan, J. (2009). Sizing Up the Elephant: Chinese Views of India in the New Millennium.

2008

  • Yuan, J. (2008). Chinese Nationalism and Sino-Japanese Relations. Pacific Focus, 23(2), 212-231. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2008). Chinese Perspectives on a Rising India. World Politics: a quarterly journal of international relations, 1(1), 44-48.
  • Podvig, P., Wehling, F., Yuan, J. (2008). Nuclear Weapons in a Changing Threat Environment. In Paul J Bolt, Su Changhe, Sharyl Cross (Eds.), The United States, Russia, and China: Confronting Global Terrorism and Security Challenges in the 21st Century, (pp. 33-50). United States of America: Praeger Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2008). Sino-U.S. Relations: Dealing with a Rising Power.
  • Yuan, J. (2008). When Intervention Succeeds: China, the United States, and Nonproliferation. The Nonproliferation Review, 15(3), 543-548. [More Information]

2007

  • Yuan, J. (2007). Arms Control Regimes in the Asia-Pacific: Managing Armament and WMD Proliferation. In Amitav Acharya and Evelyn Goh (Eds.), Reassessing Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific: Competition, Congruence, and Transformation, (pp. 177-194). United States of America: MIT Press.
  • Yuan, J. (2007). Effective, Reliable, and Credible: China's Nuclear Modernization. The Nonproliferation Review, 14(2), 275-301. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2007). New Player in the Game: China, Arms Control, and Multilateralism. In Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne (Eds.), China Turns to Multilateralism: Foreign Policy and Regional Security, (pp. 51-72). London, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2007). The Bush Doctrine: Chinese Perspectives and Responses. In Simon Shen (Eds.), China and Antiterrorism, (pp. 108-129). United States of America: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2007). The Dragon and the Elephant: Chinese-Indian Relations in the 21st Century. The Washington Quarterly, 30(3), 131-144.

2006

  • Yuan, J. (2006). China and the Iranian Nuclear Crisis. China Brief, 6(3), 1-3.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). China-ASEAN Relations: Perspectives, Prospects, and Implications for U.S. Interests.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). Deferring to the National Interest: Arms Control and Civil-Military Relations in China. In Nan Li (Eds.), Chinese Civil-Military Relations: The Transformation of the People's Liberation Army, (pp. 40-60). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). Nuclear Threat Reduction and the Dynamics of Sino-US Relations. Journal of East Asian Affairs, 20(1), 77-116.
  • Yuan, J. (2006). Sino-US Military Relations: The Need for Deep Engagement. SITREP, 66(1), 14-16.

2005

  • Yuan, J. (2005). China's Kashmir Policy. China Brief, 5(19).
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Chinese Perspectives and Responses to the Bush Doctrine. In Melvin Gurtov and Peter Van Ness (Eds.), Confronting the Bush Doctrine: Critical Views from the Asia-Pacific, (pp. 108-129). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Developing an Integrated Approach Toward Ballistic Missile Proliferation. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 17(2), 127-151. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Managing the Dragon's Rise: the China Policy of the Bush Administration. In Danny S Paau and Herbert S J Yee (Eds.), Return of the Dragon: US-China Relations in the 21st Century, (pp. 29-60). Germany: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Navigating Northeast Asian Security: Diplomacy, Deterrence, and Multilateral Institutions. In I Yuan (Eds.), Rethinking new international order in East Asia : U.S., China and Taiwan, (pp. 147-184). Taipei, Taiwan: National Chengchi University.
  • Yuan, J. (2005). Shenzhou and China's Space Odyssey. China Brief, 5(24), 5-8.
  • Saunders, P., Yuan, J. (2005). Strategic Force Modernization. In Paul J Bolt and Albert S Willner (Eds.), China's Nuclear Future, (pp. 79-118). United States of America: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

2004

  • Yuan, J. (2004). China’s Security Environment and Sino-US Relations: Peaceful Emergence or Impending Conflicts? Asian Affairs, 23(December), 59-75.
  • Yuan, J. (2004). Foe or Friend?: Chinese Assessment of a Rising India After Pokhran-II. In Lowell Dittmer (Eds.), South Asia's Nuclear Security Dilemma: India, Pakistan, and China, (pp. 150-174). United States of America: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

2003

  • Sidhu, W., Yuan, J. (2003). China and India: Cooperation or Conflict?. Boulder, Colorado, United States of America: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). China and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Anti-Terrorism and Beijing's Central Asian Policy. Politologiske Studier, 6(2), 128-139.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). China's Pragmatic Approach to Nonproliferation Policy in the Post-Cold War Era. In Suisheng Zhao (Eds.), Chinese Foreign Policy: Pragmatism and Strategic Behavior, (pp. 151-176). Armonk, NY, United States of America: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Chinese Perspectives on Multilateralism: Implications for Cooperative Security in Asia Pacific. In Stuart Nagel (Eds.), Policymaking and Peace: A Multinational Anthology, (pp. 103-127). United States of America: Lexington Books.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Chinese responses to U.S. missile defenses: Implications for arms control and regional security. The Nonproliferation Review, 10(1), 75-96. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Friend or Foe? The Bush Administration and U.S. China Policy in Transition. East Asian Review, 15(3), 39-64.
  • Akaha, T., Yuan, J. (2003). Messeji- Seijukushita Nicchu-kankei Juritsu e. In Uno Shigeaki (Eds.), Hokuto Ajia ni okeru Chugoku to Nihon, (pp. 18-21). Tokyo, Japan: Kokusai Shoin.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). Sino-US Military Relations Since Tiananmen: Restoration, Progress, and Pitfalls. Parameters (Carlisle), 33(1), 51-67.
  • Yuan, J. (2003). The Bush Doctrine: Chinese Perspectives and Responses. Asian Perspective: quarterly journal of regional and international affairs, 27(4), 111-145.

2002

  • Yuan, J., Saunders, P., Lieggi, S. (2002). Recent developments in China's export controls: New regulations and new challenges. The Nonproliferation Review, 9(3), 153-167. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2002). The Evolution of China's Nonproliferation Policy since the 1990s: Progress, problems, and prospects. Journal of Contemporary China, 11(31), 209-233. [More Information]
  • Yuan, J. (2002). The Future of Export Controls: Developing New Strategies for Nonproliferation. International Politics: a journal of transnational issues and global problems, 39(2), 131-151.

2001

  • Yuan, J. (2001). India's Rise After Pokhran II: Chinese Analyses and Assessments. Asian Survey, 41(6), 978-1001.
  • Yuan, J. (2001). Regional Institutions and Cooperative Security: Chinese Approaches and Policies. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 13(1), 263-294. [More Information]
  • Singh Sidhu, W., Yuan, J. (2001). Resolving the Sino-Indian Border Dispute: Building Confidence through Cooperative Monitoring. Asian Survey, 41(2), 351-376.
  • Yuan, J., Medeiros, E. (2001). US Military Presence in Asia: Offshore Balancer or Local Sheriff? Jane's Intelligence Review, January, 31-35.

2000

  • Yuan, J. (2000). Asia-Pacific Security: China's Conditional Multilateralism and Great Power Entente. United States of America: Strategic Studies Institute.

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