Professor Dov Bing
Qualifications: BSocSc Hebrew University, Jerusalem, MA, PhD University of Auckland
International relations; comparative government; public policy; European integration (extreme right and European politics); China's foreign policy; Middle Eastern politics (Al Qaeda, Islamic fundamentalism, the Palestinian/Israeli conflict, wider Arab/Israeli conflict).
Professor Dov Bing's research and teaching interests are in international relations, comparative government, and public policy. In area studies his particular interests are China, the Middle East, and the European Union.
Simms, N., & Bing, D. (2017). Nazi confiscation of art and the trickery that followed. Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism, 1(1).
Bing, D., & Simms, N. (2016). The worm in the apple. Mentalities, 28(3), 1-40. Retrieved from http://mentalitiesjournal.com/
Bing, D. (2016). The four faces of Dr Joel Hayward's research on David Irving. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference (NZPSA): Divergent Democracies: Politics in the 21st Century. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Kalu, J., & Bing, D. (2016). Implication of federalism in 'Federal' related political institutions: A conceptual analysis. Perspectives on Federalism, 8(3), 45-68.
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