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Expertise: U.S.-East Asia relations; International political economy
James H. Nolt in 2007 became the Campus Dean of the New York Institute of Technology, Nanjing Campus (Nanjing, China), where he currently resides. He specializes in international business and political economy, security issues, and US–East Asia relations. Dr. Nolt is coauthoring a book under contract with Routledge Press entitled International Political Economy: The Business of War and Peace. He has written articles recently on Chinese military power, China's entry into the World Trade Organization, and economic liberalization in Asia. He is a regular reviewer for Publishers Weekly magazine. He has appeared on CBS News, CNN World News Asia, WebFN, the syndicated PBS program Asian America, and at conferences in East Asia. He has been interviewed on numerous radio programs, including Newsweek on Air, and across Canada on the CBC radio network.
Experience: Adjunct Professor, Seton Hall University, Asian Studies Department (1999-2000); Windham International, consultant (current); Associate Editor, The American Asian Review (1998-99); Eiger Consulting (1999); Penobscot Corporation, consultant (1998); Assistant Professor of Political Science, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research (1995-98); Prudential Resources Management, consultant (1996-97); Assistant Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University (1992-94); Fellow of International Institutions, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (1991-92)
Honors & Affiliations:
Recipient of research grants from the Rockefeller Archives Center, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, Eisenhower World Affairs Institute; Phi BetaKappa
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Chicago
M.A. in Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Graduate study in Political Science, Stanford University
B.A. with honors in Economics and Political Science, Ohio State University
German, Indonesian (proficient); French, Spanish (reading, writing); Chinese (elementary)
Routledge, forthcoming 2009.
“Counterproductive Olympic Protests” for Foreign Policy in Focus, May 13, 2008.
"Strategic Partnership or Strategic Competition?" Foreign Policy in Focus, December 1, 2006.
"The Pentagon Plays Its China Card," World Policy Journal, Vo. 22, No. 3, 2005.
"Liberalizing Asia," World Policy Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2, 1999.