GUO Jie 郭洁
Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University
Professor Guo’s research focuses mainly on Latin American area studies, China – Latin America relations, comparative politics, Cold War international history. Her publications include four monographs and dozens of academic articles. The most recent works include China’s Agricultural Engagement with Latin America (monograph, 2017), Cutting the Distance: Benefits and Tensions from Recent Active Engagement of China, Japan, and Korea in Latin America (co-authored with Nobuaki Hamaguchi and Chong-Sup Kim, Springer 2018), “Venezuelan Crisis: the Revolution, New Cold War, and the Fate of Men” (China International Strategy Review 2019), “What Connects Two Worlds Apart? – Trans-Pacific Relations between East Asia and Latin America” (ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, 2018), “Continuous Cycle of Political ‘Carnival’?: Reflections on Populism in Latin America” (Journal of International Studies, No.2, 2017).
Professor Guo holds a PhD in law from Peking University. From 2013 to 2016 she worked as Chinese fellow and visiting scholar with institutions such as the Kettering Foundation (US), Inter-American Dialogue (SU), Universidad del Pacifico (Peru), Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil), Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina), Colegio de México (Mexico).