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My current research focuses on international relations in Asia and Chinese foreign policy. In 2018-19 I will be on sabbatical leave to complete research on a book: China's Risk: Oil, Water, Food and Regional Security (forthcoming Columbia University Press). Consequently, I will not be holding office hours in 2018-19. While I am away Professor Ezra Rashkow in the Department of History will replace me as the Coordinator of the Asian Studies Undergraduate Minor firstname.lastname@example.org.
At MSU I teach courses in International Relations, Globalization and Security, Intelligence and National Security, Global Environmental Politics, Government and Politics of China and Japan, and International Relations in Asia.
- The Sino-Russian Partnership and the East Asian Order
- China's Interests and Goals in the Arctic
- Russia Wants to be a Contender: The New Problem in the South China Sea
- The New China-Russia-US Triangle
- Russia and China Go Sailing
- Post-2014 Afghanistan Policy and the Limits of China's Global Role
- China's Food Safety Risk 2013 Chapter
- Of Milk and Spacemen
- Food Security and Food Safety in China's Foreign Policy