Liu Xinghua, International Norms and Domestic Institutional Reform, Tianjin: Nankai University Press (in Chinese), 2012.
Research articles appear on People’s Daily, Guangming Daily, World Economics and Politics, Journal of Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, Contemporary International Relations, Foreign Affairs Review, Nankai Journal, Tianjin Social Sciences, Journal of International Security Studies, Social Sciences Abroad, South Asian Studies, Southeas Asian Studies, Pacific Journal, and also on Chinese Social Science Daily, Tianjin Daily, Social Science Daily, and Chinese Social Sciences Website. Some political consultation reports have been adopted and have contributed to state policy-making.
Selected Articles (recent three years):
Liu Xinghua and Gao Yating, “Capital, Technology, Capital and the International Discourse Power of Digital Firms,” Foreign Affairs Review, No. 6, 2022.
Liu Xinghua, “Technology Neutrality in the Era of Digital Globalization: Illusion and Reality,” Exploration and Free Views, No. 12, 2022.
Xue Xiaoyuan and Liu Xinghua, “Digital Globalization, Digital Risks and Global Digital Governance,” Northeast Asia Forum (CSSCI), No. 5, 2022.
Liu Xinghua, “Create a Brighter Future for Mankind Through Unity and Cooperation,” People’s Daily (theory) (CSSCI), March 18, 2022.
Liu Xinghua, “The Rising China’s Economy under Stern Circumstances Contributes to Global Confidence,” Guangming Daily (CSSCI), November 11, 2021.
Liu Xinghua, “Digital Globalization and Global Digital Community,” Social Sciences Abroad (CSSCI), No. 5, 2021.
Liu Xinghua, “Why is the G7 Summit a Morality Failure?” Guangming Daily (CSSCI), June 16, 2021.
Liu Xinghua, “Multilateralism Paves the Way for Global Governance and Global Recovery,” Guangming Daily (CSSCI), January 27, 2021.
Liu Xinghua, “Vaccine Nationalism Unveils the Nature of the American International Morality,” Guangming Daily (CSSCI), March 19, 2021.
Liu Xinghua and Li Bing, “Cyber Culture and Cyberspace Soft Power from the Perspective of International Security,” Journal of International Security Studies (CSSCI), No. 6, 2019.