Dr Zhiguang Yin



Politics of Art: The Creation Society and the Practice of Theoretical Struggle in Revolutionary China, Leiden, Brill, 2014.


'People are God', Third World Internationalism and Chinese Muslims in the Making of the National Recognition in the 1950s, Turkish Journal of Sociology, vol. 38, 2019, 267-292

国际主义时刻(The Internationalist Moment: The Chinese Perspective on the National Independence Movements in the Arab World and the Making of the Chinese Third-World Internationalism), Open Times, vol. 274, 2017, 110-133

Heavenly Principles? The Translation Of International Law In 19th Century China And The Constitution Of Universality, European Journal of International law, vol. 27, no. 4, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017, 1005-1023

The Concept of Zhonghua Minzu (Chinese nationalities) in Political Practices: Three Types of Autonomy in 20th Century China from Constitutional Reform to the Communist Revolution, Open Times, no. March, 2016, 89-109

From 'Distributive Equality' to Community of Common Destiny: The Formation of Ethnic Minority Autonomic Region Policy and its Future in the Chinese Revolutionary Context, Economic Herald, vol. 11, 2015, 78-83

The Wahhabinisation of Islam: The Unequal Origin of ISIS and the Crisis of Contemporary World Order, Berling Cultural Review, no. 2, 2015

The Politics of Resistance: Mao Zedong's Perspective on the Politics of 'The Third World Countries' in the 1950s and a Review of Post-Cold War Narrative of Cold War History, Beling Cultural Review, no. 2, 2014

The 'Great Unity' Structure and the Universality behind the Two Types of Continuity of China, Open Times, no. 5


Clashes of Universalisms: Xinjiang, Tianxia and Changing World Order in the Nineteenth Century, in Owen C, Juraev S, Lewis D, megoran N, Heathershaw J (eds) Interrogating Illiberal Peace in Eurasia, Critical Perspectives on Peace and Conflict, London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2018, 173-193

From 'Dubai Miracle' to 'Arab Spring': Neoliberal Globalization and its Victims, in Yin ZS (eds) Jinglue (Consilium), China: Law Press, 2014, 142-158


Revolutionary Nativism: Fascism and Culture in China, 1925-1937. By Maggie Clinton. Duke University Press. 2017. xi + 268pp. GBP20.99., History, vol. 103, Wiley, 2018


Beyond Nationalism: Sovereignty, Self-Determination, and the Chinese Political Discourse of the Third World in the Cold War, Bandung+60, Indonesia

De-Frontier: Global Order, Caliphate State, and Xinjiang Problems in the Context of Ideological Crisis, The Chinese Forum of Frontier Development: New Silk Road, New Perspectives, Beijing, China, 8th - 10th Dec 2014