Political communication Leadership Democratization East Asian Politics
Dr Ashley Esarey received his BA in Diplomacy and World Affairs: East Asia from Occidental College in Los Angeles, earned his MA, Phil, and PhD in Political Science from Columbia University in New York, and held the An Wang Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard University.
Introduces the Chinese political system, institutional structure, and political history.Fall Term 2020
A comprehensive introduction to East Asian politics in the postwar period, covering Greater China (Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong), Japan and the two Koreas. Prerequisite: One of POL S 235 (or 240), East Asian Studies Major/Minor or Department consent.Winter Term 2021
Research design and research methods for Political Science Honors Students. Note: Restricted to Honors Students in Third Year or those with consent of Department.Winter Term 2021
Historical and contemporary political issues of global security are examined from various theoretical perspectives. Prerequisite: One of POL S 261 (or 260) or Department consent.Winter Term 2021
China's approach to foreign affairs and rising global influence, with a focus on Chinese leaders and institutions, China's geopolitical partnerships, and international relations theory. Prerequisite: POL S 235, 237, 261 or consent of Department.Fall Term 2020