New Government Continues Mongolia’s Rebalance to China

On December 5, 2016, in College, Faculty, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Jeffrey Reeves has a new article out for The Jamestown Foundations China Brief entitled “New Government Continues Mongolia’s Rebalance to China.” In the article, Reeves discusses how a change in government has not resulted in a change in Mongolia’s economic engagement with China as prescribed in their 2010 National Security Concept.  Both the Democratic […]

Mongolia’s Place in China’s Periphery Diplomacy

On April 11, 2016, in College, External Publications, Faculty, Faculty Articles, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

The ASAN Forum has published Dr. Jeffery Reeve’s latest article titled “Mongolia’s Place in China’s Periphery Diplomacy.” Reeves discusses how China has reprioritized the country’s foreign policy from a focus on relations with great powers to relations with peripheral countries under the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) strategy.  This strategy has a huge impact on […]

Economic Statecraft, Structural Power, and Structural Violence in Sino-Kyrgyz Relations

On August 20, 2015, in College, Courses, External Publications, Faculty, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

“Economic Statecraft, Structural Power, and Structural Violence in Sino-Kyrgyz Relations” is a new article by Dr. Jeffrey Reeves published by Asian Security. According to the publication abstract: “this article employs the concepts of structural power and structural violence to undertake a critical study of China’s use of economic statecraft toward Kyrgyzstan. The article argues that […]

APCSS’ Dr. Reeves Publishes New Book

On July 15, 2015, in College, External Publications, Faculty, Faculty Articles, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

“Non-Traditional Security in East Asia: A Regime Approach” is a new book edited by Dr. Jeffrey Reeves with Dr. Ramon Pacheco Pardo of King’s College, London. Synopsis: In a changing security environment shaken by the United States’ pivot to Asia, China’s rise, growing economic interdependence, new institutional frameworks, and long-standing tensions, regional security dynamics within […]

Mongolia’s Counter-Terrorism Architecture: Implications for Domestic Development and Foreign Partnership

On October 6, 2014, in Reeves, by PAO

Why would a counter terrorism policy matter in a country where terrorism isn’t a major threat?  Dr. Jeffrey Reeves looks at the long-term benefits of Mongolia’s counter terrorism law in his latest paper: “Mongolia’s Counter-Terrorism Architecture: Implications for Domestic Development and Foreign Partnership.” “For Mongolia, counter-terrorism is as much about fostering inter-agency cooperation and facilitating […]

APCSS Professor Discusses the Influence of Scholarship on Counterterrorism in China

On October 2, 2014, in Reeves, Research, by PAO

An article on how “Ideas and Influence: Scholarship as a Harbinger of Counterterrorism Institutions, Policies and Laws in the People’s Republic of China” by Dr. Jeffrey Reeves was just published in the “Terrorism and Political Violence” journal. In the article, Reeves demonstrates how scholarship on terrorism in China has provided the intellectual backdrop against which […]

SCO: A Tenable Provider of Security in Post-2014 Central Asia?

On June 3, 2014, in College, Faculty, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: A Tenable Provider of Security in Post-2014 Central Asia? Can the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) service as a security provider in post-2014 Central Asia? In this article, Dr. Jeffrey Reeves discusses whether, and to what degree, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) can fill this role. His article accomplishes this by contrasting […]

Latest publications by APCSS faculty members

On February 4, 2014, in Cramer, Faculty, Faculty Articles, Hornung, Reeves, Vuving, by APCSS Editor

Security strategies and effective governance were discussed in several recent articles by APCSS faculty members recently. “Bejing’s Grand Strategy Failure,” co-authored by APCSS professors Dr. Jeffrey Hornung and Dr. Alexander Vuving, was published by The National Interest website.  This commentary looks at China’s strategy in the East and South China Seas and why, they believe, […]

Development Planning in Mongolia: Failure and Potential

On January 21, 2014, in Opinions/Editorials, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

by Dr. Jeffrey Reeves More than twenty years into its transition from socialism to democratic capitalism, Mongolia is a country marred by contradictions. While a few Mongolians have become extremely wealthy due to the country’s nascent mining industry, many more remain stuck in poverty and have experienced a relative decline in their living standards since […]

APCSS professors in the news:

On June 18, 2013, in Reeves, Vuving, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Alexander Vuving has a chapter on Vietnam in the latest annual review of Southeast Asian Affairs by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. https://bookshop.iseas.edu.sg/publication/1858 And, Dr. Jeffrey Reeves was quoted by Voice of America on Cyber Hacking – http://www.voanews.com/content/us-pressure-on-chinese-cyber-hacking-to-remain/1683965.html   -END-     The Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) is a U.S. Department […]

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