Gregory J. Moore (PhD University of Denver, MA University of Virginia, BA Concordia College) is Head of the School of International Studies at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in international relations. His research interests include international relations, IR theory, international security, Chinese foreign policy, U.S. foreign policy, Sino-American Relations, East Asian IR/security, foreign policy analysis, and the North Korean nuclear issue. His articles have appeared in journals such as International Studies Review, Asian Security, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Asian Perspective, the Journal of Contemporary China, and the Journal of Chinese Political Science, among others. He is currently working on a book on Sino-American relations, and has an edited volume titled, North Korean Nuclear Operationality: Regional Security and Non-Proliferation (with Graham Allison, et. al., Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014), and a book on the international relations thought of Reinhold Niebuhr called Niebuhrian International Relations: The Ethics of Foreign Policymaking (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). He is a member of the (U.S.) National Committee on United States-China Relations, a Senior Fellow at the University of Nottingham’s China Policy Institute, and President-elect of the (U.S.-based) Association of Chinese Political Studies. Greg Moore can be reached via: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Recent Publications and Activities
Gregory Moore on the Chinese National Day 70th Anniversary Celebrations, Sky News Australia, 30 September 2019. Watch here.