Professor Tang, James Tuck Hong 鄧特抗
Honorary Professor: Specializing in international relations, his research and teaching interests include Chinese foreign policy, international political economy in the Asia-Pacific region, and political transition in Hong Kong. He served as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences (2002-06), Head of the Department of Politics and Public Administration (1999-2002). A graduate of the University of Hong Kong, he obtained his M.Phil. in international relations from Cambridge University and Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. Before taking up his appointment at the University, he worked in the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and taught in the National University of Singapore. His current research projects include: Chinese foreign policy, Hong Kong's role in the World Trade Organization and non-traditional security in East Asia. He is also honorary director of the Institute of China and Global Development and chairman of the Contemporary China Studies Seminar Programme at the Centre of Asian Studies at the University.
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2005-||Founding member||The Asian Political Research Consortium|
|Founding Vice-president||Hong Kong Political Science Association|
|2000-||Vice-chairman and regional representative||Research Committee 37, International Political Science Association|
|2000-||Founding member||The World International Studies Committee|
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