Dr David Kerr, MA, MPhil, MSc, PhD (Glasgow)
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Biography and Research Specialism
David Kerr is Lecturer in the International Relations of China. He joined Durham University in 2002 after studying and teaching at the University of Glasgow. He is a Research Associate of Durham University's Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies and was Director of the Centre 2009-13.
David Kerr specialises in three areas: the foreign relations of the People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation; the security politics of Asia; and international relations between China and the European Union.
R. Contreras Luna (Mexico) 'Siberia and the Asian Century'; S. Uslu (Turkey) 'Turkey's Enery Relations with Africa'; G. Charles (UK) 'Acculturation of Hui populations in Qinghai'; Y. Kim (ROK) 'China's Public Diplomacy and Africa'.
D. Amaraegbu (Nigeria) 'Corruption strategies in West Africa'; G. Filis (Greece) 'Geopolitics of the Caucasus'; C. Wu (PRC) 'China's Economic Statecraft'; A. Aborhmah (Saudi Arabia) 'The Saudi-China Strategic Partnership'; R. Bouveng (Sweden) 'Messianism in Russian Foreign Policy'; M.T.Khan (Pakistan) 'Missile Regime for South Asia'; Y. Yu (PRC) 'Political Contestation in China'; N. Al-Tamimi (Palestine) 'China's Oil Strategy and the Partnership with Saudi Arabia'; S.Fergus (UK) 'US foreign policy pluralism and China'; M. Drake (USA) 'China's entrepreneurs and democratic change'; H. Wu (Taiwan) 'Confucian Cultures and East Asian Democracy'; Y. Xu (PRC) 'China and International Responsibility in Africa'; P. Powcharoen (Thailand) 'North Korea and Rational Deterrence'; M. Sunuodula (UK) 'Multilingual education policy in Xinjiang'; S. Chen (PRC) 'Trust and mistrust in China-Japan relations'.
- Contemporary Chinese Studies
- Security and Diplomacy of China and the Russian Federation
- Strategic Asia
- Europe-China relations
Chapter in book
- Kerr, David. (2015). 'China's Search for Normative Power and the Possibilities of the Asian Century'. In China, India and the Future of International Society. Jamie Gaskarth (ed). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. 105-128.
- Kerr, David (2015). 'Civil Society and China's Governance Dilemmas in the Era of National Rejuvenation'. In China's Many Dreams: comparative perspectives on China's search for national rejuvenation. David Kerr (ed.) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 35-64.
- Kerr, David (2015). 'Conclusion: How Close is China to National Rejuvenation?'. In China's Many Dreams: comparative perspectives on China's search for national rejuvenation. David Kerr (ed.) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 246-261.
- Kerr, David (2015). 'Introduction: China's Many Dreams'. In China's Many Dreams: comparative perspectives on China's search for national rejuvenation. David Kerr (ed.) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 1-9.
- Kerr, David. (2012). "Climate change of the Trans-Himalayan region and its impact on China-South Asia water security". In China’s Challenges to Human Security: foreign relations and global implications. Guoguang Wu. London & New York: Routledge. 80-104.
- Kerr, David. (2012). "Problems of Grand Strategy in EU-China Relations". In China and the European Union: conflict or concord?. Jan van der Harst & Pieter Swieringa Maastricht: Shaker. 69-88.
- Kerr, David. (2011). "Paradoxes of Tradition and Modernity at the New Frontier: China, Islam, and the problem of ‘different heavens". In China Orders the World: Normative Soft Power and Foreign Policy. Edited by: William A. Callahan, & Elena Barabantseva. Baltimore for the Woodrow Wilson Center Press Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC/ Baltimore MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press. 143-179.
- Kerr, David (2007). 'Between Regionalism and World Order: five structural factors in China-Europe relations to 2025'. In The International Politics of EU-China Relations. Kerr, David & Liu Fei Oxford: Oxford University Press. British Academy Occasional Paper 10.: 289-317.
- Kerr, David (2001). 'Chinese Relations with the Russian Far East'. In The Russian Far East and Pacific Asia: Unfulfilled Potential. Bradshaw, M.J. Richmond: Curzon Press. 182-203.
- Kerr, D. (1998). 'Eurasianism and Russian Foreign Policy'. In Is Russia a European Power?. K. Malfliet K.U. Leuven: Leuven.
- Kerr, David (2015). China's Many Dreams: comparative perspectives on China's search for national rejuvenation. The Nottingham China Policy Institute Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- David Kerr & Liu Fei, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. (2007). The International Politics of EU-China Relations. British Academy Occasional Papers. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Kerr, David & Xu, Yanzhuo (2014). Europe, China and security governance: is there evidence of normative convergence?. Asia Europe Journal 12(1): 79-93.
- Kerr, David (2013). 'What prospects for a “new kind of great power relations” between China and America?'. International Affairs Forum 4(2): 145-151.
- Kerr, David. (2012). "China and Inner Asia: New Frontiers and New Challenges". International Affairs Forum (Summer 2012.): 21-28.
- Kerr, David. (2010). 'Central Asian and Russian perspectives on China's strategic emergence'. International Affairs 86(1): 127-152.
- Kerr, David. (2009). 'Dilemmas of the 'Middle Continent': Russian Strategy for Eastern Eurasia'. The International Spectator 44(2): 75 - 94
- Kerr, David & Swinton, Laura C. (2008). 'China, Xinjiang and the Transnational Security of Central Asia'. Critical Asian Studies 40(1): 89-112.
- Kerr, David (2007). 'Has China abandoned self-reliance?'. Review of International Political Economy 14(1): 77-104.
- Kerr, David (2005). 'The Sino-Russia Partnership and US Policy Toward North Korea: From hegemony to concert in Northeast Asia'. International Studies Quarterly 49(3): 411-438.
- D. Kerr (2004). 'Greater China and East Asian Integration: Regionalism and Rivalry'. East Asia: an International Quarterly 21(1): 75-92.
- D. Kerr (1999). The Chinese and Russian Energy Sectors: Comparative Change and Potential Interaction. Post-Communist Economies 11(3): 337-372.
- D. Kerr (1998). Problems in Sino-Russian Economic Relations. Europe-Asia Studies 50(7): 1133-1156.
- D. Kerr (1996). Opening and Closing the Sino-Russian Border: Trade, Regional Development and Political Interest in Northeast Asia. Europe-Asia Studies 48(6): 931-957.
- D. Kerr (1995). The New Eurasianism: The Rise of Geopolitics in Russia's Foreign Policy. Europe-Asia Studies 47(6): 977-988.
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