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Jin Kai

Jin Kai is Associate Professor at the Institute of International Studies, Guangdong Academy of Social Science, China.

Jin Kai received his Ph.D. in International Relations from the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), Yonsei University, South Korea. He is also Research Fellow at Yonsei Institute for Sinology, Yonsei University, and was an international communications and public relations officer for the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Center of Education for International Understanding.

Is America Seeking to End the Current International System?
June 04, 2019
Is America Seeking to End the Current International System?
China is often criticized as revisionist, but the United States under Trump seems more dissatisfied with the international order.
Is America Seeking to End the Current International System?
5 Reasons Why China Is Not the Soviet Union
April 02, 2019
5 Reasons Why China Is Not the Soviet Union
Construing China as a threat to the United States in the model of the old USSR overlooks important differences.
5 Reasons Why China Is Not the Soviet Union
From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China
February 28, 2019
From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China
As Trump and Kim meet in Hanoi, don't forget about China's resurgent ties with North Korea and Vietnam.
From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China
China and the US Are Destined for Peace, Not for War
January 17, 2019
China and the US Are Destined for Peace, Not for War
The trade truce provides a chance for both sides to remember that they are not enemies.
China and the US Are Destined for Peace, Not for War
The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?
December 12, 2018
The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?
Putting Meng Wanzhou's arrest into the broader context of U.S. actions.
The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?
Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
October 17, 2018
Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
It's unfair to evaluate China's past -- and it's future -- through a lens dominated by European thinking.
Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China
August 20, 2018
Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China
The Trump administration is employing a “gray zone” strategy to prevent China from emerging as a threat to U.S. dominance.
Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China
What History Can Teach Us About the Current US-China Trade War
July 25, 2018
What History Can Teach Us About the Current US-China Trade War
This is not the first time the U.S. has worried about a rising economic competitor.
What History Can Teach Us About the Current US-China Trade War
China’s Peaceful Modernization Does Not Mean Westernization
June 26, 2018
China’s Peaceful Modernization Does Not Mean Westernization
What U.S. officials get wrong about China's rise.
China’s Peaceful Modernization Does Not Mean Westernization
No 'Player One' in the Korean Peninsula Peace Process
May 31, 2018
No 'Player One' in the Korean Peninsula Peace Process
There can be no single winner in the upcoming U.S.-North Korea talks.
No 'Player One' in the Korean Peninsula Peace Process
China's 'Common Destiny' Vs. 'America First'
May 07, 2018
China's 'Common Destiny' Vs. 'America First'
A look at the contrasting worldviews of China and the United States.
China's 'Common Destiny' Vs. 'America First'
Why Do Hong Kong Football Fans Boo the Chinese National Anthem?
November 14, 2017
Why Do Hong Kong Football Fans Boo the Chinese National Anthem?
Once again, the national anthem is greeted by boos during a football match in Hong Kong.
Why Do Hong Kong Football Fans Boo the Chinese National Anthem?
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
October 23, 2017
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
What does China's “new era” mean for the world?
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
'Sleepwalking into A War' May Be Another Big Blunder on the Korean Peninsula
September 23, 2017
'Sleepwalking into A War' May Be Another Big Blunder on the Korean Peninsula
U.S. policy inconsistency matched with North Korean nuclear ambitions is a dangerous mix.
'Sleepwalking into A War' May Be Another Big Blunder on the Korean Peninsula
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
September 03, 2017
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
A model is iconic, a solution is adaptable.
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
Is Public Diplomacy the Key to Unlocking China-South Korea Relations?
August 28, 2017
Is Public Diplomacy the Key to Unlocking China-South Korea Relations?
It may not be so simple.
Is Public Diplomacy the Key to Unlocking China-South Korea Relations?
How Sun Tzu Would Understand the China-India Doklam Standoff
August 07, 2017
How Sun Tzu Would Understand the China-India Doklam Standoff
China has shi on its side.
How Sun Tzu Would Understand the China-India Doklam Standoff
What THAAD Means for China's Korean Peninsula Strategy
July 27, 2017
What THAAD Means for China's Korean Peninsula Strategy
The U.S. motive is clear; China's response now will be critical.
What THAAD Means for China's Korean Peninsula Strategy
5 Challenges in China’s Campaign for International Influence
June 26, 2017
5 Challenges in China’s Campaign for International Influence
As China seeks to shape global narratives, it will face a number of difficulties.
5 Challenges in China’s Campaign for International Influence
How a Rules-Based Order Could Cement China's Rise
June 06, 2017
How a Rules-Based Order Could Cement China's Rise
What ensures and facilitates the ultimate rise of a great power?
How a Rules-Based Order Could Cement China's Rise
Why Are South Korean Politics So Messy?
May 26, 2017
Why Are South Korean Politics So Messy?
Exploring the six enduring features of Korean politics.
Why Are South Korean Politics So Messy?
3 Stages of Park Geun-hye's China Diplomacy
December 29, 2016
3 Stages of Park Geun-hye's China Diplomacy
Park's outreach to China ended in a diplomatic dilemma that will require attention from her successor.
3 Stages of Park Geun-hye's China Diplomacy
Criticizing China on Human Rights: Missing the Forest for the Trees?
October 31, 2016
Criticizing China on Human Rights: Missing the Forest for the Trees?
Focusing on individual stories is a poor way to evaluate China's human rights record.
Criticizing China on Human Rights: Missing the Forest for the Trees?
Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
October 03, 2016
Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
As China grows in influence, it could help bring more coherence to the exiting world system.
Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
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