Czeslaw Tubilewicz

Dr Czeslaw Tubilewicz

Senior Lecturer

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Czes TUBILEWICZ is a senior lecturer at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Adelaide, Australia. His main research focuses on the international relations of East Asia. He has written on cross-Taiwan Strait relations, Taiwan’s relations with Europe, Taiwanese foreign aid and the United States' subnational foreign relations (paradiplomacy). He has published in Asian Survey, Australian Journal of International Affairs, Australian Journal of Political Science, China Quarterly, Diplomacy & Statecraft, Europe-Asia Studies, International Relations of the Asia Pacific, Pacific Affairs, The Pacific Review and The Russian Review. He has co-authored (with Natalie Omond) The United States' Subnational Relations with Divided China: A Constructivist Approach to Paradiplomacy (2021), authored Chinese Constructions of Sovereignty and the East China Conflict (2020) and Taiwan and Post-Communist Europe (2007), edited Critical Issues in Contemporary China (2006 & 2017) and co-edited (with Andrew Rosser) a special issue on foreign aid in the Indo-Pacific (published in The Pacific Review, 2016). He teaches courses in such areas as comparative politics, Chinese politics and foreign policy, and leadership studies.

Czes’ research interests centre primarily on international relations of East Asia, with a particular focus on China and Taiwan. His past major research projects have examined China’s and Taiwan’s relations with post-communist states, foreign aid policy of contested states and cross-Strait sovereignty constructions in the East China Sea. His most recent research monograph has deployed a Constructivist framework to explore US states and cities' paradiplomatic relations with China and Taiwan. His current research agenda concerns Sino-Australian relations. 

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2017 Tubilewicz, C. (2017). Paradiplomacy as a provincial state-building project: The case of Yunnan’s relations with the Greater Mekong Subregion. Foreign Policy Analysis, 13(4), 931-949.
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    2016 Rosser, A., & Tubilewicz, C. (2016). Emerging donors and new contests over aid policy in Pacific Asia. The Pacific Review, 29(1), 5-19.
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    2016 Tubilewicz, C. (2016). State transformation and the domestic politics of foreign aid in Taiwan. The Pacific Review, 29(1), 45-66.
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    2015 Tubilewicz, C. (2015). Jersild, Austin. The Sino-Soviet Alliance: An International History. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2013. 352 pp. $36.95. ISBN 978-1-4696-1159-4. The Russian Review: an American quarterly devoted to Russia past and present, 74(1), 169-170.
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    2015 Tubilewicz, C., & Jayasuriya, K. (2015). Internationalisation of the Chinese subnational state and capital: the case of Yunnan and the Greater Mekong Subregion. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69(2), 185-204.
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    2015 Tubilewicz, C. (2015). China's Foreign Political and Economic Relations: An Unconventional Global Power. CHINA JOURNAL, 74, 175-177.
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    2013 Tubilewicz, C. (2013). China among unequals: asymmetric foreign relations in Asia, by Brantly Womack. Singapore: World Scientific, 2010. x + 540 pp. US$130.00/£89.00 (hardcover), US$169.00 (eBook). The China Journal, 70, 280-282.
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    2012 Tubilewicz, C. (2012). Friends, enemies or frenemies? China-Taiwan discord in the world health organization and its significance. Pacific Affairs, 85(4), 701-722.
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    2012 Tubilewicz, C. (2012). The politics of compassion: examining a divided China's humanitarian assistance to Haiti. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 12(3), 449-481.
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    2011 Tubilewicz, C. (2011). The future of China-Russia relations: Asia in the new millenium. Edited by James Bellacqua [book review]. Pacific Affairs, 84(2), 345-346.
    2011 Tubilewicz, C., & Guilloux, A. (2011). Does size matter? Foreign aid in Taiwan's diplomatic strategy, 2000-8. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 65(3), 322-339.
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    2011 Tubilewicz, C. (2011). THE FUTURE OF CHINA-RUSSIA RELATIONS: Asia in the New Millenium. PACIFIC AFFAIRS, 84(2), 345-346.
    2010 Tubilewicz, C. (2010). The 2009 Defence White Paper and the Rudd Government's response to China's rise. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(1), 149-157.
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    2009 Tubilewicz, C. (2009). The Sino-Soviet Split: Cold War in the Communist World. RUSSIAN REVIEW, 68(2), 353-354.
    2008 Tubilewicz, C. (2008). China and globalization: The social, economic and political transformation of Chinese society. China Journal, 59, 208-210.
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    2007 Tubilewicz, C. (2007). Europe in Taiwan's post-cold war foreign relations. Diplomacy & Statecraft, 18(2), 415-443.
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    2005 Tubilewicz, C. (2005). Taiwan and the Soviet Union during the Cold War: enemies or ambiguous friends?. Cold War History, 5(1), 75-86.
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    2005 Tubilewicz, C. (2005). Taiwan and the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 38(4), 457-473.
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    2005 Tubilewicz, C. (2005). The Scrooge effect: Taiwan's economic diplomacy toward Central Europe, 1988-2005. Issues & Studies, 41(4), 209-249.
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    2005 Tubilewicz, C. (2005). Strategic partners: Russian-Chinese relations in the post-Soviet era. Russian Review, 64(3), 545-547.
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    2004 Tubilewicz, C. (2004). Breaking the ice: the origins of Taiwan's economic diplomacy towards the Soviet Union and its European allies. Europe-Asia Studies, 56(6), 891-906.
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    2004 Tubilewicz, C. (2004). Taiwan's “Macedonian Project,” 1999–2001. The China Quarterly, 179, 782-803.
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    2002 Tubilewicz, C. (2002). Affordable ally: Taiwan's diplomatic venture in Macedonia. Politics, 22(1), 31-38.
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    2002 Tubilewicz, C. (2002). The Little Dragon and the Bear: Russian-Taiwanese relations in the post-Cold War period. Russian Review, 61(2), 276-297.
    DOI Scopus9 WoS3
    2002 Tubilewicz, C. (2002). The Baltic States in Taiwan's Post-Cold War 'Flexible Diplomacy'. Europe-Asia Studies, 54(5), 791-810.
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    2002 Tubilewicz, C. (2002). New Chinese migrants in Europe: The case of the Chinese community in hungary. China Journal, 48, 257-258.
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    2002 Tubilewicz, C. (2002). Economic Cold War: America’s embargo against China and the Sino-Soviet alliance, 1949-1963. Russian Review, 61(3), 466-467.
    2001 Moore, M., & Tubilewicz, C. (2001). Chinese migrants in the Czech Republic: perfect strangers. Asian Survey, 41(4), 611-628.
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    2001 Tubilewicz, C. (2001). Taiwan's Balkan option: A new chapter in Republic of China 'dollar diplomacy'. Diplomacy & Statecraft, 12(1), 161-184.
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    2000 Tubilewicz, C. (2000). Promising Eldorado: Taiwan's diplomatic offensive in East Central Europe, 1989-1999. East Asia, 18(1), 34-60.
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    1999 Tubilewicz, C. (1999). Comrades no more: Sino-Central European relations after the Cold War. Problems of Post-Communism, 46(2), 3-14.
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    1997 Tubilewicz, C. (1997). China and the Yugoslav Crisis, 1990-94: Beijing's Exercise in Dialectics. Issues and Studies, 33(4), 94-112.
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    1997 Tubilewicz, C. (1997). Chinese press coverage of political and economic restructuring of East Central Europe. ASIAN SURVEY, 37(10), 927-943.
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    1997 Tubilewicz, C. (1997). Chinese press coverage of political and economic restructuring of East Central Europe. Asian Survey, 37(10), 927-943.
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    Tubilewicz, C., & Omond, N. (n.d.). The United States’ Subnational Relations with Divided China.
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  • Books

    Year Citation
    2021 Tubilewicz, C., & Omond, N. (2021). The United States' subnational relations with divided China: A constructivist approach to paradiplomacy. Routledge.
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    2020 Tubilewicz, C. (2020). Chinese Constructions of Sovereignty and the East China Sea Conflict. Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    2016 Tubilewicz, C. (2016). Critical Issues in Contemporary China Unity, Stability and Development.
    2007 Tubilewicz, C. (2007). Taiwan and post-communist Europe: Shopping for allies (Vol. 9780203946978). UK: Routledge.
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    2006 Tubilewicz, C. (Ed.) (2006). Critical Issues in Contemporary China. United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    2006 Tubilewicz, C. (Ed.) (2006). Critical Issues in Contemporary China. United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    2005 Tubilewicz, C. (2005). Taiwan and the Soviet Bloc, 1949-1991. Baltimore, Md: University of Maryland School of Law.
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2017 Tan, Y. (2017). Migration and urbanisation. In C. Tubilewicz (Ed.), Critical Issues in Contemporary China: Unity, Stability and Development (2 ed., pp. 162-180). London and New York: Routledge.
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    2017 Tubilewicz. (Ed.) (2017). Critical Issues in Contemporary China: Unity, Stability and Development. In Unknown Book (2 ed., pp. 310 pages). London and New York: Routledge.
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    2017 Tubilewicz. (Ed.) (2017). Critical Issues in Contemporary China: Unity, Stability and Development. In Unknown Book (2 ed., pp. 310 pages). London and New York: Routledge.
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    2017 Tubilewicz, C. (2017). Muddling authoritarianism. In C. Tubilewicz (Ed.), Critical Issues in Contemporary China: Unity, Stability and Development (2 ed., pp. 1-18). London and New York: Routledge.
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    2017 Tubilewicz, C. (2017). Cross-strait unification strategies. In C. Tubilewicz (Ed.), Critical Issues in Contemporary China: Unity, Stability and Development (2 ed., pp. 268-288). London and New York: Routledge.
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    2008 Tubilewicz, C. (2008). Taiwan and Europe. In R. Balme, & B. Bridges (Eds.), Europe-Asia relations: building multilateralisms (pp. 172-194). New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan.
    2006 Tubilewicz, C. (2006). Cross-strait relations and China’s reunification prospects. In Czeslaw Tubilewicz (Ed.), Critical Issues in Contemporary China (pp. 227-261). New York ; London: Routledge.
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    2006 Tubilewicz, C. (2006). Stability, development and unity in contemporary China. In Czeslaw Tubilewicz (Ed.), Critical Issues in Contemporary China (pp. 1-18). United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    1998 Tubilewicz, C. (1998). Central European Moralistic Diplomacy: An Evolution of Budapest, Prague and Warsaw's Stance on Human Rights in China, 1989-1994. In F. H. Columbus (Ed.), Central and Eastern Europe in Transition (Vol. 1, 1 ed., pp. 21-28). Nova Publishers.
    1998 Tubilewicz, C. (1998). 1989 in Sino-East Central European Relations Revisited. In F. H. Columbus (Ed.), Central and Eastern Europe in Transition (Vol. 1, 1 ed., pp. 145-162). Commack, NY: Nova Publishers.
Date Project / No. Investigators Funding Body Amount
         
         
         
Course Title Course Level/ Code URL
Introduction to Comparative Politics POLIS1104 Link
The Politics of Leadership POLIS2118 Link
The Politics of Crime and Justice POLIS2001  
China Rising POLIS2099  
Chinese Economy, Politics and Business POLIS2113  
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  • Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2021 Co-Supervisor International influence and domestic political agency in Solomon Islands Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Edward Acton-Cavanough
    2020 Principal Supervisor Domestic Constructions of Australia as a Middle Power and Their Significance Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Adam Leigh Vallelonga
    2019 Principal Supervisor Australia, Mauritius, Bilateralism and the IORA Agenda Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Rudaralingum Coopamootoo
    2019 Co-Supervisor Hidden Front: Profiles of the CCP's Underground War Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Patrick Finbar Nugent
    2018 Principal Supervisor Domestic Constructions of China in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Comparative Study of Ghana and Kenya Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Kwaku Opoku Dankwah
  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2015 - 2020 Co-Supervisor Writing Russia: Anglophone Historians Discursively Constructing AnOther Nation Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Melissa-Ellen Dowling
    2013 - 2016 Co-Supervisor The Regulatory Regime of Food Safety in China: A Systematic not Accidental Failure Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Guanqi Zhou
    2011 - 2015 Co-Supervisor "Maore Farantsa": The Self Determination of Mayotte to become a Departement of France Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Robert William Alexander Crabtree
    2011 - 2017 Co-Supervisor The Role of Domestic Politics and National Identity in EU Actorness: A Discourse-Theoretical Approach Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Christopher Michael Bridge
    2010 - 2014 Co-Supervisor An Analysis on the Underlying Factors That Affected Malaysia-Singapore Relations During the Mahathir Era Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Rusdi Omar
    2010 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Social Capital, People's Political Participation and Institutional Performance of Local Government in the North of Thailand Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Wanlapat Soithong
  • Position: Senior Lecturer
  • Phone: 83135169
  • Email: czeslaw.tubilewicz@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8313 3443
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Napier, floor 4
  • Room: 4 10
  • Org Unit: Politics and International Relations (POLIR)

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