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BA 1951, Harvard University
MA 1955, University of Chicago
PhD 1962, University of Chicago
Born in Shanghai in 1927, Professor Lee lived in China, Germany, Mauritius, and Iran before coming to the US in 1946. He speaks Mandarin, Hakka, and Taishan dialects. His PhD dissertation at the University of Chicago was titled “National Interest and Ideology in Communist China’s Foreign Policy.” His research interests include China’s policies toward the U.S. and toward Japan in the 1990s. He has traveled to China five times in recent years, has published numerous articles on China’s domestic and foreign policies, and is about to complete a book on the economic roots of US foreign policy.
POLS 635D U.S.-China Relations POLS 645C Politics in China POLS 685D Chinese Foreign Policy
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