Andrew Kennedy

Andrew Kennedy teaches international politics at the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Government at Harvard University in 2007. He also holds a Master's degree in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University and a B.S. in Psychology from Duke University. His research focuses on international politics in Asia, with particular interest in comparing the foreign policies of China and India.

Ja Ian Chong

Ja Ian Chong (莊嘉穎holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and received his Ph.D. in politics from Princeton University. His research focuses on security issues pertaining to China and the Asia-Pacific but crosses international relations, comparative politics, political sociology, and history.

Min Ye

Min Ye (叶敏) is the author of Diasporas and Foreign Direct Investment in China and India (Cambridge University Press, 2014), and The Making of Northeast Asia (with Kent Calder, Stanford University Press, 2010). Her articles, “China’s Outbound Direct Investment: Regulation and Representation” and “Diffusion or Learning: Foreign Direct Investment Liberalization in China,” have appeared in journals, Modern China Studies (2013) and Journal of East Asian Studies (2009).

Kai He

Kai He (贺凯) is Professor of International Relations at Griffith Asia Institute and Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University, Australia. He is currently an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow (2017-2020). He was a postdoctoral fellow in the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program (2009-2010).

Todd H. Hall

Todd H. Hall is an Associate Professor, University of Oxford, Department of Politics and International
Relations. He received his PhD in Political Science from the University of Chicago in 2008.  Todd was a CWP fellow in 2008-09 and 2009-10.  Todd holds a B.A. in International Relations from American University,as well as visiting scholar appointments at the Free University of Berlin and Tsinghua University in Beijing.

William Norris

William Norris received his Ph.D in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As a Fellow, he worked on a book manuscript based on his dissertation entitled "Economic Statecraft: the Use of Commercial Actors in China's Grand Strategy." This work builds a middle-range theory of economic statecraft that provides both a micro-level theory explaining how states use firms to pursue their strategic goals as well as a macro-level theory explaining the conditions under which economic statecraft is likely to succeed.

Enze Han

Enze Han (韩恩泽Dr. Enze HAN is Associate Professor at the Department of Politics and Public Administration.  His research interests include ethnic politics in China, China's relations with Southeast Asia, especially with Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand, and the politics of state formation in the borderland area between China, Myanmar and Thailand. Dr.

Boliang Zhu

Boliang Zhu is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Asian Studies Program at the Pennsylvania State University. His research addresses the politics of globalization and economic development in developing countries. In particular, he works on three major topics: the political economy of FDI and MNCs, globalization and domestic governance, and public opinion on economic integration.

Zhenqing Zhang

Zhenqing Zhang (张振庆) received his Ph.D in Political Science from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.His research interests focus on China's integration into the global political economy and China's response to the diffusion of global norms.


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