Prof. Dr. GUI Yongtao 归泳涛
Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University
GUI Yongtao is an Associate Professor at the School of International Studies, Peking University. He received his BA from Peking University (1999). He was enrolled in a joint doctoral degree program sponsored by the Nippon Foundation in 2001 and received his Ph.D. in International Relations and Law from both Waseda University in Tokyo and Peking University (2005). His research subjects include American-East Asian relations and Asian nationalism. He currently teaches Comparative Politics, Sino-Japanese Relations, public diplomacy, and intensive reading for English Majors.
- “Edwin O. Reischauer and the U.S. Policy toward Japan”, Chongqing: Chongqing Press, 2008
- “China- Japan-US Relations and Northeast Asia’s Evolving Security Architecture”, in Gerald Curtis, Ryosei Kokubun and Wang Jisi eds. “Getting the Triangle Straight: Managing China- Japan-US Relations”, Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange, 2010
- “East Asian Community: Hope or Disappointment?” China International Strategy Review 2010, Beijing: Shijie Zhishi Chubanshe, 2010
- “Government Change: A Cure for the Japanese Political Illness?” Foreign Affairs Review, No. 5, 2009
- “The Multiplicity of the History Issue between China and Japan”, in Liu Jie and Kawashima Shin eds. “Views of History in 1945: A Tentative Sino- Japanese Dialogue on the End of the War”, Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 2009
- “The Rise of New Conservatism in Japan and the China-US-Japan Relations”, in Uno Shigeaki and Tang Yanxia ed. “Sino- Japanese Relations and the United States at Crossroads”, Kokusai Shoyin 2008
- “Japan’s Position on Humanitarian Intervention”, International Politics Quarterly, No. 1, 2008
- “Nationalism and the Historical Conceptions in Modern China, Japan and Korea”, International Politics Quarterly, No.2, 2007.