Research Project: U.S.-China-Japan Triangular Relations in an Era of Great Power Competition
Dr. Miao Ji holds a B.A. in English Linguistics and Literature from Hubei Normal University, an M.A. in International Relations from Renmin University of China, and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Waseda University. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Institute of Asian Studies, China Foreign Affairs University. His research interests include Japanese politics and foreign policy, Asian regionalism, and maritime security in the Indo-Pacific. He has published a book in Chinese: A Comparative Study of African Policies of China and the United States since the Mid-1950s (2015); a book translation: Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism (2017); and an edited volume on preventive diplomacy. He will join in spring 2023, and his project will be centered on U.S.-China-Japan triangular relations in an era of great power competition.