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MEDIA

Videos

Gregory Moore for US Senate Campaign Video. January 28, 2022.


US Senate Debate Hosted By Colorado Republican Committee, via 710KNUS, January 25, 2022.

Greg Moore interview on new book, Niebuhrian International Relations: The Ethics of Foreign Policymaking (Oxford University Press,2020);

      via Providence magazine, April 30, 2021.


Greg Moore interview on China’s military parade and Hong Kong protests, via Australia’s Sky News, October 1, 2019.
 

Greg Moore interview on China-US relations, trade dispute, North Korea, via Australia’s Sky News, February 25, 2019.

Books

Gregory J. Moore, Niebuhrian International Relations: The Ethics of Foreign Policymaking (Oxford University Press, 2020).

Gregory J. Moore, editor/author, North Korean Nuclear Operationality: Regional Security andNon-Proliferation, with Graham Allison, David

      Kang, Andrei Lankov, Daniel Twining, Jing-dong Yuan, etc. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014).
 

Gregory J. Moore, Human Rights and US Policy Toward China from a Christian Perspective (St. Davids, Pennsylvania: Crossroads   

      Monograph Series on Faith and Public Policy, 1999).

 

 
 
 
 
 
Web-based Publications on Policy Issues

 

"How to Get Poland's MiG-29 Jets To Ukraine to Battle Russia," 1945 (March 25, 2022).
 

“Planes to Ukraine: Bring Back the Flying Tigers,” The Washington Examiner (March 16, 2022).

How American Can Help Ukraine: Stop Importing Russian Oil (and Much More),” 1945 (March 5, 2022).

American Airpower and U.S. Interests in Ukraine,” Townhall (December 28, 2021).

"From a Conservative to Conservatives on President Trump and the Election, Patheos (February 16, 2021).

President Trump, China has probably done all it can on North Korea – the ball’s in your court now,” Asia Dialogue (December 3, 2018).

Xi Jinping: Strongman Among Rivals, China Policy Institute: Analysis (December 5, 2017).


Reining in Pyongyang’s Nuclear Ambitions: Washington and Beijing’s Common Interests, China Policy Institute Analysis (April 6, 2017).


It’s Time for Bold U.S. Thinking on North Korea, Global Asia 12/1 (Spring, 2017).


It's Not Just Material: Politics, Culture and Ideas Might Drive China into Confrontation, The National Interest (July 27, 2016).


No Escape: America Should Join China’s New Bank [AIIB] The National Interest (March 31, 2015).


1914, Air Sea Battle, and Sino-American Security Relations: Advantage Offense! China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham

      (November 22, 2014).


China’s Stake in the Ukraine Crisis,The Diplomat, (May 21, 2014).


The China Factor in Russo-American Relations,” a contribution to a Roundtable on China-Russia-US relations with Lowell Dittmer, John Garver, Ezra Vogel, etc., in Far Eastern Affairs 40/3 (2012).


The North Korean Nuclear Factor in US Elections,” St. Petersburg Times (Florida), Perspectives section (Sunday, September 26, 2004): 7P.
 

Selected Academic Publications/Policy Pieces

China, Russia and the United States: Balance of Power or Atomistic National Narcissism?” in Brandon Yoder, ed., The United States and

      Contemporary China-Russia Relations (forthcoming, Palgrave). 


Huawei and Cyber-Sovereignty: China’s Challenge to the West,” Journal of Chinese Political Science (forthcoming, as a part of a special

      issue).


The Logic of Power Politics: The Thucydides Trap and the China-US Trade War,” in Shiping Hua, editor, The Political Logic of the U.S.-China

      Trade War (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, book under contract, forthcoming, 2021).


Audience Costs and China’s South China Sea Island Building,” with Christopher Primiano, Journal of Asian Security and International

      Affairs (Nov. 1, 2020; DOI: 10.1177/2347797020962635).


The True Origins of the Sino-American Thucydides Trap,” in Bart Gaens and Ville Sinkkonen (eds), The US and China: Rising Rivalry, FIIA

      Report (Helsinki: Finnish Institute of International Affairs, September 2020).


Bismarck or Wilhelm? China’s Peaceful Rise vs. China’s South China Sea Policy,” Asian Perspective 42/2 (April-June, 2018): 265-283.


New Developments in Chinese Foreign Policy,” Introduction to Special Issue, Asian Perspective 42/2 (April-June, 2018): 155-158.


Avoiding a Thucydides Trap in Sino-American Relations (…and 7 Reasons why that Might be Difficult),” Asian Security 13/2 (2017): 98-115.


The Power of ‘Sacred Commitments’ - Chinese Interests in Taiwan,” Foreign Policy Analysis 12/2 (April, 2016): 214-235.


The Difference a Day Makes: Understanding the End of the Sino-American ‘Tacit Alliance,’” International Studies Review 16/4 (December,

      2014): 540-574.


‘In Your Face’ - Domestic Politics, Nationalism and ‘Face’ in the Sino-Japanese Islands Dispute,” Asian Perspective 38/2 (April-June, 2014):

      219-240.


The Sino-Japanese Dispute over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands: Dangers and Opportunities,” Introduction to Special Issue, Asian Perspective

      38/2 (April-June, 2014).


Constructing Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Historical Northeast Asian Dyadic Cultures and the Potential for Greater Regional

      Cooperation,” Journal of Contemporary China 22/83 (Sept., 2013): 887-904.


An International Relations Perspective on the Science, Politics and Potential of an Extraterrestrial Sino-American Arms Race,” Asian

      Perspective 35/4 (Winter, 2011).


History, Face and Nationalism in Sino-Japanese Relations,” Journal of Chinese Political Science 15/3 (September, 2010): 283-306.


Less Beautiful, Still Somewhat Imperialist: Beijing Eyes Sino-US Relations,” in Shaun Breslin, editor, A Handbook of Chinese International

      Relations, New York and Oxford: Routledge (2010). 


China’s Strategic Posture in the Asia-Pacific Region under the Leadership of Hu Jintao,” in Simon Shen, editor, China's Multi-dimensional

      Diplomacy after 9-11 (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, 2010).


Not Very Material but Hardly Immaterial: China’s Bombed Embassy and Sino-American Relations,” Foreign Policy Analysis, 6/1 (2010): 23-

      41.


Research Methods for International Relations Studies: Assembling an Effective Toolkit,” (in Chinese), Wang Jianwei, ed., Handbook of

      International Relations (Beijing: Renmin University Press, 2010); 莫凯歌,《国际关系研究方法:组合有效的工具箱》,王建伟主编,国

      际关系学,北京:人民大学出版社,2010;and (online in English) at International Studies Association’s 48th Annual Conference

      proceedings, Chicago, IL (2007).


America’s Failed North Korea Policy: A New Approach,” Asian Perspective, 32/4 (Winter, 2008).

 

With Veronica Kitchen, “The Importance of Multinational and Transnational Cooperation Strategies for Homeland Security,” in Paul Viotti,

      Michael Opheim and Nicholas Bowen, eds., Terrorism and Homeland Security: Thinking Strategically About Policy (London: CRC/Taylor        and Francis, 2008).


How North Korea Threatens China’s Interests: Understanding Chinese ‘Duplicity’ on the North Korean Nuclear Issue,” International

      Relations of the Asia-Pacific 8 (2008): 1-29.


The Roles of Misperceptions and Perceptual Gaps in the Taiwan Strait Crisis of 1995-1996,” in Shiping Hua and Sujian Guo, eds., China in

      the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities (New York: Palgrave-MacMillan, 2007).

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