Academic Programs

BA in International Studies

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  5. Minhao Yu

Minhao Yu

Associate Professor

Minhao Yu

Biography

Dr. Minhao Yu received a Ph.D. in Law from Keio University (Tokyo, Japan) in 2011, and M.A. in Law from Beijing University (Beijing, China) in 1999. He had worked as Research Fellow for National Institutes for the Humanities before he joined NUCB in 2008. His main research interests include Contemporary China Studies and East Asian International Relations.

Research Interests

Contemporary China Studies, East Asian International Relations

Final Education

LL.D., Keio University

Academic Papers

  • Minhao Yu (2019) A Study on the 1978 Senkaku Fishing Boat Incident. International Relations 197 :9784641499454
  • Minhao Yu (2018) Japan and China in Global Governance and East Asian International Relations. Review of Global Politics (National Chung Hsing University, Graduate Institute of International Politics) (63)
  • Minhao Yu (2018) Sino-Japanese Relations and the Fishery Negotiation Process: 1955-1985. Journal of Sinology and China Studies (74) :1225 - 8695

Grants

  • (2021) Detente and China's Foreign Policy: Rethinking China's Diplomacy in the 1970s. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher
  • (2018) An empirical study of the mechanism of China’s domestic affairs influencing decision making toward Japan. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher
  • (2017) the study on the linkages between China's domestic politics and Sino-Japanese relations. The Murata Science Foundation Primary Researcher

Book & Case Publishing

  • Yuki Katayama, Tatsuya Yamamoto, Satoshi Yoshi (2017) The Many Paths to Understanding: Multi faceted Thinking beyond the "Single Answer" in Diverse Societies. Nakanishiya Publisher
  • KAMO TOMOKI (2017) The domestic and international sources of China's foreign policy. Keio University Press
  • YU Minhao, KONNO Shigemitsu (2016) Japan-China Relations and a Changing East Asian Order: Norm, Diplomacy and Regional Order. KOYOSHOBO