ICAS Bulletin
Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.

January 7, 2003

Mouhong Xue

ICAS Fellow

Dear Friend:

We are pleased to share with you that Mouhong Xue has been named ICAS Fellow, effective immediately.

Mouhong Xue is Dean of College of Economics and Finance, Xi’an Jiaotong University and Professor of Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Below is Mouhong's vitae.

Mouhong Xue

Education (Graduated):
Political Science Department, Peking University, 1949

Graduate School, Peking University, 1951
(China did not confer any academic degree for a long period of time after 1949)

Current Main Positions:
Dean, College of Economics and Finance, Xi’an Jiaotong University
Professor and Ph.D Tuitor, Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University
Visiting Professor of Peking, Nankai, Nanjing, Fudan, Zhongshan, and College of Foreign Affairs
Envoy of Environment, National Environmental Protection Administration

Former Posts (Since 1979):
Senior Research Fellow, Institute of International Studies, Chinese Foreign Ministry, Beijing 1981-1983
Editor-in-Chief, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, Beijing, 1981-1983
Director, Department of History, Chinese Foreign Ministry, 1984-1986
Director, Editing Board of DIPLOMACY OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA, 1985-1986
Visiting Professor, Military Academy of People’s Liberation Army, 1984-1986
Chinese Permanent Representative to UN Environment Program & UN Commission for Human Settlement, and Chinese Ambassador to Kenya, 1987-1989
Regents’ Lecturer, University of California at Berkley, 1991
Member, Independent Working Group for the Future of the UN (established at the request of UN Secretary General to draft a proposal on the reform of the UN), 1994-1995
Director, Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University, 1997-2000
Visiting Professor, University of Chicago, 1999
Visiting Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, Keizo Shibusawa Fellow, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, 1990

Invited to give lectures to UC San Diego, University of Wisconsin at Madison, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan State University at East Lansing, Cornell University, Duke University, Institute of International Relations of France, Institute of Developing Economics of Japan, Hong Kong University, Hongkong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Baptist University, Kyung Nam University (ROK), Council of Foreign Relations of Argentina, etc.

Senior Research Fellow/Senior Research Associate, Princeton, Columbia & Oxford University; Visiting Scholar, Harvard & Stanford University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars of the Smithsonian Institution, 1992-1995; Sawyer/Mellon Fellow, Northwestern University, 1996

Adviser, Chinese Delegation to UN South-North Dialogue, 1979
Head, Chinese Academic Delegation to Tanzania, Zaire, Congo, Cameroun, Guinea & Senegal, 1982-1983
Secretary General, Chinese Delegation to the First "Sino-American Dialogue of Well-Known Personalities", 1985
Council Member, International Political Science Association, 1985-1987
Head, Chinese Delegation to the UN Conference on Environment Protection, 1987, 1988 & 1989
Head, Chinese Delegation to the UN Conference on Human Settlement, 1989
Vice President, China Association of Asian and African Studies, 1990-1999

National Model Worker, 1956
Social Scientist with Outstanding Contributions, 1994

WHO’S WHO IN AUSTRALIA AND THE FAR EAST, 1st, 2nd & 3rd editions, and DICTIONARY OF INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, 21st edition, both published by International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England
WHO’S WHO IN SOCIAL SCIENCE IN CHINA, published by Liaoning University Press, China
AUTOBIOGRAPHIC WRITINGS OF CHINESE SOCIAL SCIENCTISTS, published by Shanghai Educational Publishing House, China

Main Publications (published openly after 1980):
Edited Book:
DIPLOMACY OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA, Chinese Version, Social Science Press, Beijing, 1987; English Version, New Horizon Press, Hong Kong, 1990
Articles:(Since 1979, excluding internal papers)
Economic Situation and its Political Impact in Asian-African Countries, ASIAN AFRICAN STUDIES, 1979 1
Certain Views on Afghanistan Issue, ASIAN AFRICAN STUDIES, 1980 1
Soviet Policy Toward Mideast, in the book DISCUSSION ON SOVIET QUESTION, 1980
New Phase of Chinese Diplomacy, RED FLAG, Beijing, June 1986
World Economic Situation Changes In Turbulence, WORLD AFFAIRS, Beijing, 1988 13-15
Certain Characteristics of Singaporean Economy, INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, Beijing, 1990 3
Singapore Inhabitants Have Their Own Houses, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF HOUSING, Shanghai, 1990 7-8
Thai Economy In 1980s, INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, 1991 1
Certain Characteristics of West Pacific Economy, PEOPLE’S DAILY, Beijing, January 31st 1991
Clues To Economic Success In Singapore, PEOPLE’S DAILY, Beijing, February 6th 1991
Stand On China, Look At World, WORLD AFFAIRS, 1991 5
Do International Studies Objectively, WORLD AFFAIRS, 1991 6
Sino-African Technological Cooperation, ASIAN REVIEW, Bangkok, March 1991
Economic Opportunities And Challenges From The West Pacific, JOURNAL OF CHINA ASSOCIATION OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES, Beijing, April 1991
The Growing US-Japan Economic Contradictions, ASIAN AND PACIFIC STUDIES, Beijing, 1992 3
How to Observe Current International Situation, JOURNAL OF CHINA ASSOCIATION OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES, July 1992
The Biography of Huan Xiang (one of the most outstanding scholars of international studies in China), in the book CHINESE CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENTISTS, Social Sciences Document Press, Beijing 1992
Changing World Situation And New International Order, in the book NEW INTERNATIONAL ORDER IN EAST ASIA, Hong Kong Chinese University Press, Hong Kong 1993
The Neighboring Environment of China, FRONT, Beijing February 1993
West European Economy Falls Into Difficulties, PEOPLE’S DAILY, November 8th 1993
The US Is Moving Southward, FUJIAN DAILY, Fuzhou June 22nd 1994
The Focus of the UN, LIBERATION DAILY, Shanghai, October 6th 1995
The Bright Side And the Dark Side of Current World Economy, PEOPLE’S DAILY, January 31st 1997
Looking Behind and Ahead, PEOPLE’S DAILY, January 14th, 2000
Challenge to the Globalizing World, GUANGMING DAILY, June 2nd, 2000
On Present World Economy, paper published in the book WORLD POLITICS AND ECONOMY IN EARLY 21ST CENTURY, Fujian Educational Press, May 2000
World Production Grows, but Wealth Gap Widens, LIBERATION DAILY, December 11th, 2000

Thank you.


Sang Joo Kim / signed
Sr. Fellow & Executive Vice President

ICAS Fellow