Studying China’s Political System and Foreign Relations in the heart of Beijing
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        Prof. Huo Weian - Associate Dean


        HUO Weian


        Ph.D, Professor, Deputy Dean of the School of International Relations, University of International Business and Economics (Beijing, China)

        Email: huoweian@uibe.edu.cn

        Office: Room 227B, Chengxin Building, University of International Business and Economics

        Office Tel.: 86-10-64493457


        EDUCATION:


        2009: Doctoral Degree in Political Theory, Peking University


        2007-2008: Visiting Ph.D Student in Political Theory, London School of Economics and Political Science


        2004: Master Degree in Political Theory, Renmin University of China


        2001: Bachelor Degree in Politics and Public Administration, Renmin University of China


        RESEARCH INTERESTS:


        History of Western Political Thought, Political Philosophy, Theories of Democracy


        MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECTS:


        “A Research on the History of Political Ideas of Modern Western Democracy,” Project of National Philosophy and Social Science Fund, 2012-2018.

        “A Research on the Ideological Genealogy of the Contemporary Identity Politics in the West,” Project of National Philosophy and Social Science Fund, 2020-2023.

        “A Study on the Trend of Development in the Contemporary Capitalist Democracy,” Project of Beijing Social Science Fund, 2019-2022.


        TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES:


        An Introduction to the History of Western Political Thought (for undergraduate students)


        Selected Topics on Western Political Thought (for graduate students)


        Contemporary Western Political Thought (for undergraduate students)


        Theories and Methods in Political Science (for both undergraduate and graduate students)

        Selected Readings in Politics (for Ph.D students)


        SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:


        Locke’s Theory of Rights, Beijing: The Law Press, 2011.


        The Techniques of Deliberative Democracy, co-authored with Tan Huosheng and He Baogang, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2014.


        Property Rights and Justice, co-edited with Professor Li Qiang, Beijing: Beijing University Press, 2020.


        “Review of the Century-Long Development of the Sub-Discipline of Western Political Thought History and Future Prospect,” in Journal of Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, No. 5 of 2020.


        “States with Borders vs. Trade without Boundaries,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 9 of 2018.


        “Machiavelli on the Problem of Faction,” in Xuehai (Academia Bimestrie, or The Journal of The Jiangsu Provincial Academy of Social Sciences), No. 3 of 2018.


        “The Application of Deliberative Democracy in the Field of Judicature: Taking the Recent Reform of People’s Jurors System for Example,” in Xueshujie (Academics), No. 12 of 2017.


        “The Problem of Faction and Its Resolutions: From Plato to Madison,” in Academic Monthly, No. 2 of 2017.


        “The Political Philosophy of the Three-Body Problem,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 3 of 2016.


        “Gains and Losses in Natural Society,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 12 of 2015.


        “Natural Law, Property, and God: On Locke’s View of Justice,” in Academic Monthly, No. 7 of 2015.


        “The Deliberative Democracy of the US Federal Senate and Its Practical Dilemma,” in Xuehai (Academia Bimestrie, or The Journal of The Jiangsu Provincial Academy of Social Sciences), No. 2 of 2014.


        “Liberty and Responsibility: An Inquiry into Locke’s Thought of Civil Education,” in History of Political Ideas, No. 3 of 2013.


        “The Difference of Two Concepts of Distributive Justice and the Change from One to the Other: A Book Review on Fleischacker's A Short History of Distributive Justice,” in Daguan (National Interest), No. 9, Beijing: The Law Press, 2012.


        “How to Realize Distributive Justice,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 4 of 2012.


        “Faction, Democracy, and Modern Political Principles,” in Daguan (National Interest), No. 5, Beijing: The Law Press, 2011.


        “James Tully on Locke’s Doctrine of Property,” in Constitutionalism and Order, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2011.


        “From Bring the State Back In to ‘Let the Bullet Fly’,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 4 of 2011.


        “John Locke and Modern Theory of Democracy,” in the Journal of Renmin University of China, No. 1 of 2011.


        “Voegelin on Modernity and Its Origins,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 5 of 2010.


        “The Christian Foundation of Locke’s Political Philosophy,” in Xuehai (The Journal of The Jiangsu Provincial Academy of Social Sciences), No. 2 of 2009.


        “New Constitutionalism and China’s Political Science,” in Journal of Gansu Institute of Public Administration, No. 5 of 2008.


        “The Legacy of The Federalist Papers: An Analysis Centering on Deliberative Democracy,” in Open Times (The Journal of The Guangzhou Municipal Academy of Social Sciences), No. 4 of 2004.


        “A Book Review on Brantly Womack’s The Foundations of Mao Zedong’s Political Thought: 1917-1935,” in Journal of Mao Zedong Thought and Deng Xiaoping Theory, No. 2 of 2004.


        “The Evolution of the Meaning of Three Powers and Their Interrelationship in Historical Perspective,” in Dushu (Reading), No. 6 of 2003.


        ACADEMIC TRANSLATIONS:


        From English to Chinese:

        Istvan Hont, Jealousy of Trade: International Competition and the Nation-State in Historical Perspective, Nanjing: Yilin Press, 2016.


        Paul Kelly, “International Intervention in Locke’s Two Treatises of Government,” in History of Political Ideas, No. 3 of 2013.


        Eric Voegelin, Order and History, Vol. 1, Israel and Revelation, Nanjing: Yilin Press, 2009.


        Eric Voegelin, Religion and the Rise of Modernity, Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2009.


        Tan Huosheng ed., Deliberative Democracy, Nanjing: Jiangsu People’s Press, 2007.


        Brantly Womack, The Foundations of Mao Zedong’s Political Thought: 1917-1935, Beijing: China Renmin University Press, 2006.


        From Chinese to English:

        Xiao Yanzhong, “Recent Mao Zedong Scholarship in China,” in A Critical Introduction to Mao, edited by Timothy Cheek, Cambridge University Press, 2010, pp. 273-287.


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