Professor Maochun Miles Yu

Publications

Books:

  • Routledge Handbook of Chinese Security (Routledge Pub, UK, June 2015), ed, with Lowell Dittmer
  • New Interpretations in Naval History: Selected Papers from the Fifteenth Naval History Symposium (The Naval Institute Press, April 2009), ed.
  • The Dragon’s War: Allied Operations and the Fate of China, 1937-1947 (The Naval Institute Press, August 2006)
  • 美国间谍在中国美国档案馆绝密档案 (香港, 纽约:明镜出版社, 19997)
  • OSS IN CHINA: Prelude to Cold War  (New Haven and London: the Yale University Press, March 1997)

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Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

  • "The Battle of Quemoy: The Amphibious Assault That Held the Post-war Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait,"Naval War College Review, Spring 2016 Issue
  • "CBI--A Historiographical Review," in Thomas Zeiler ed.,"A Companion to World War II" [Wiley-Blackwell, 2013], pp.141-153
  • "The Predicament of Historical Research in the West: A Historiographical Inquiry," in Wang Xi and Yao Ping ed., "Discovering History in America," (Peking University Press, 2010), pp.149-161[“西方历史研究的困境与我在美国的学术生涯,” 载于 王希,姚平编,“在美国发现历史” 北京大学出版社,二零一零年六月, 页149-161]
  • “Political and Military Factors Determining China’s Use of Force,” In Steve Tsang, ed.“If China Attacks Taiwan,”(Routledge, 2006), pp.17-34
  • “Newspaper and War in the China Theater during World War II,” Intelligence, issue #4, May 2004, Tokyo, Japan, pp.4-11
  • “In God We Trusted, In China We Busted: The China Commando Group of the Special Operations Executive (SOE),” Intelligence and National Security, (special issue: Lifting the Veil of Secrecy: Secret Services in China during World War II, February 2002), pp. 37-60
  • “The Taiping Rebellion: A Military Assessment of Revolution and Counterrevolution” in David A. Graff and Robin Higham ed, "A Military History of China," (Westview Press, 2002), pp. 135-151
  • “Ideology and Diplomacy in the PRC: 1949-1979" in the Washington Journal of Modern China, Fall 1999, pp.77-92
  • “Chinese Code-Breakers, 1927-1945" in David Alvarez ed, Allied And Axis Signals Intelligence in World War II, (London: Frank Cass &Co. Ltd.  September 1999), pp.201-213
  • “OSS in China--New Information about An Old Role,” in International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Spring 1994

Proceedings and Commentary Articles:

  • “Who Lost China?—Beginning of the Cold War In Asia,” in Mark Wilkinson and Timothy Dowling ed, "The Cold War—Opening Shots, 1945-1950, " Virginia Military Institute Press, 2003
  • Close to four hundred articles and commentaries in Chinese for various Chinese and/or international publications and websites. They are all about major current or historical events and figures.

Selected Book Reviews and Encyclopedia Entries:

  • Lynne Joiner,"Honorable Survivor: Mao's China, McCarthy's America, and the Persecution of John S. Service," in The Journal of Asian Studies, Aug. 2010
  • "Yenan" in "Encyclopedia of Modern China," ed. by David Pong, Gale Pub. Sept., 2009
  • Margaret MacMillan, "Nixon and Mao: The Week that Changed the World," in Washington Journal of Modern China, Fall, 2008
  • Gao Wenqian, "Zhou Enlai--The Last Perfect Revolutionary" as (mis)translated by Peter Rand and Lawrence Sullivan, in The New Leader, Vol. XC, No.6, Dec. 2007
  • Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, "Mao: The Unknown Story," in Washington Journal of Modern China, Spring/Summer 2006, vol. 8, no. 1, (a review essay, 115-120)
  • “Mercenaries, East Asia and the Pacific,” and “Taiping Rebellion” in Jenai Mynatt ed. "Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism since 1450," (London: McMillan Reference Books, 2006)
  • Christof Mauch, "The Shadow War Against Hitler: The Covert Operations of America's Wartime Secret Intelligence Service," in American Historical Review,  June 2005;
  • Bernard Wasserstein, "Secret War in Shanghai," in American Historical Review, Oct 2000;
  • James Webb, "Emperor’s General," in Shipmates, June 1999
  • Chen Hansheng, "My Life during Four Eras" in Jim Hershberg ed. Cold War In Asia (a Cold War International History Project under Woodrow Wilson Center), combined issues 6 &7, Winter 1995
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