Name: Xing Yue      Sex: Female      Year of Birth: March, 16, 1969

Current Status: Ph.D.; Associate Professor of Department of International Relations of Tsinghua University, Director of Center for Chinese Foreign Policy, Tsinghua University

Add: Room 307, Ming Zhai, Department of International Relations, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

PC: 100084

Tel: 8610—62788801(O),8610—62777000(O)

Fax: 8610—62773173



Interests and Areas of Current Research:

IR Theory, Cultures in International Relations, American Foreign Policy, China’s Foreign Policy, China-U.S. Relations.

Teaching Courses:

World politics and International Economy, American Government and Politics, American Foreign Policy, Analysis of China’s Foreign Policy, Theory of International Relations,;


Educational background:

1997—2002, Ph.D., in International Politics, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

1992—1995, M. A., in Modern World History, Shanxi University, Shanxi, China

1988---1992, B. A., in the English Litrature, Shanxi University, Shanxi, China

Jan., 2000---June, 2000 visiting scholar in Fairbank Center for East Asia Studies, Harvard University;


Professional Experience:

2002,--- present, Associate Professor of Department of International Relations and Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University;

2004---2007, Director of Center of Weilun Academic Exchange, Tsinghua University;

Oct., 2003, representative of China for 2003 Global Youth Exchange Program held in Japan

1995---2002, Assistant Professor of Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University;


Main works and Publications:

How does Culture Affect Foreign Policy? A case study of USA, Peking University Press (Beijing, China), 2011.

The Introduction to International Relations, Peking University Press(Beijing, China), 2011.

Selected Reading of Culture in International Relations, ed., Tianjin Renmin Press (Tianjin, China), 2011

The Introduction of International Relations: Theory, History and Reality, Fudan University Press (Shanghai, China), 2008.

Responsible Power: Theory, History and Reality, Fudan Review of International Relations, No.8, 2008.

New Identity, New Interests and New Foreign Policy, Studies of China’s foreign policy from the perspective of constructivism, Contemporary International Relations, No.11, 2006;

Rethinking of the “Hide our Capabilities and bide our aim” (taoguangyanghui) Strategy: on how to construct China’s international image, World Review, No.6, 2006

Analysis of Neo-liberal Institutionalism, World Economy and Politics, No.11, 2005

The Importance of Culture in American Foreign Policy, Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Science) , No.5, 2004;

The Importance of Ideology in Foreign Policy, Journal of Pacific, No.3, 2004;

The Relations between IR Theories and their Application, World Economy and International Politics, No.7, 2004;

The Restrictive Role of Culture in American Foreign Policy, Contemporary International Relations, No.11, 2003;

The Morality and Interests of American Foreign Policy: From a Perspective of Culture, Journal of Development and Research, Tsinghua University, No.7, 2003;

Subjectivity and Objectivity of National Interests, World Economy and International Politics, NO.4, 2003;

Ideology and International Relations, World Affairs, No.21, 2002;

The Importance of Culture in Foreign Policy, Journal of Pacific, No.3, 2002;

The Role of Culture in Foreign-policy Making, International Forum, No.6, 2002;

The Relations of Cultural Values and National Interests in Foreign Policy, Academic Forum, No.6, 2002;

The Making of International Regime and the Role of China in the World, World Affairs, No.6, 2002;

Foreign and Domestic Policy of Bush Administration, Current Affairs, High Education Publisher, No.7, 2001;


Academic Awards

2002, won prize of “Excellent Young Teacher of Tsinghua University” by Tsinghua University;

2001, won “Enterprising Fund for Outstanding Dissertations” by Tsinghua University;

2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, won the title of “Advanced person” by Tsinghua Trade Union;

1999, the co-translated book “Negotiating Cooperation: the United States and China (1969~1989)”won prize of “Excellent Works” by the organization of World Peace in China;