'BRI' Scholars Database
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NameInstitution Speciality Country EmailTwitter/Wechat
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Kelly Sims GallagherFletcher School, Tufts UniversityBRI, climate policy, energy, technology transferUnited Stateskelly.gallagher@tufts.edu@kellysgallagher
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Kevin RuddAsia SocietyXi Jinping Australia pr@asiasociety.org
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Michael ClarkeAustralian National UniversityHistory, Xinjiang, Strategy Australia michael.clarke@anu.edu.au
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Jiang ShigongAustralian National UniversityHistoryAustralia
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Baogang HeDeakin UniversityThe Rise of ChinaAustralia baogang.he@deakin.edu.au
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Tristan KenderdineFuture RiskChina's External Industrial PolicyAustralia tristan.kenderdine@anu.edu.au
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Dirk van der KleyLowy InstituteChina and Central AsiaAustralia dirk.vanderkley@anu.edu.au
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Peter CaiLowy Institute China's Foreign PolicyAustralia
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John A. MatthewsMacquarie UniversityGreen EnergyAustralia john.mathews@mgsm.edu.au
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Ahmad AliliCESD School of Public PolicyAzerbaijan, Conflict Azerbaijan
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Moritz Weigel China Africa Advisory
China-Africa relations, South-South & Triangular Cooperation, Sustainable Development
Germanyweigel@chinaafricaadvisory.com@chinaafricablog
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Azad GaribovKhazar UniversityCentral AsiaAzerbaijan azad.garibov@gmail.com
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Ikboljon Qoraboyev United Nations UniversityCentral AsiaBelgium
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Hu BiliangBeijing Normal UniversityMacro Persceptive on Development, Emerging MarketsChina
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Peter MartinBloombergChina's Foreign PolicyChina@PeterMartin_PCM
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Eric OlanderChina Africa ProjectChina in AfricaChinaeric@chinaafricaproject.com
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Li Xue
Chinese Academy of International Strategic Research Office
China's Foreign StrategyChinahttp://xueli.blog.caixin.com/
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Jingzhou TaoDechertInternational Dispute ResolutionChinajingzhou.tao@dechert.com
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Xin ZhangEast China Normal UniversityRussia, Eurasia, global captialism, critical geographyChinaxzhang@saias.ecnu.edu.cn
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John SeamanFrench Institute of International Relations
China's Foreign Policy, China's Energy Policy, Political Economy of East Asia
Chinaseaman@ifri.org
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Junbo JianFudan UniversityChina-EU Relations, China's Foreign PolicyChinajianjunbo@fudan.edu.cn
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Tom Holland (SCMP)GavekalTrade, China's Foreign Policy, US-China RelationsChinatholland@gavekal.com
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Fabio IndeoHanyang UniversityCentral AsiaChina
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Vasilii ErokhinHarbin Engineering UniversityInternational Trade, Food and Economic SecurityChina
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Zhen-Kai XueOcean University of ChinaTradeChina
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Lina Benabdallah Wake Forest University China's security/military policy in AfricaU.S. benabdl@wfu.edu
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Zha DaojiongPeking University
Energy Security, China's Foreign Economic Relations, Non Traditional Security
Chinazhadaojiong@pku.edu.cn
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Maximilian MayerTongji UniversityChina's Foreign, Security and Environmental Policies Chinamaximillan.mayer@tongji.edu.cn
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Chunchun HuTongji UniversityDevelopment of China's Area StudiesChinachunchun.hu@tongji.edu.cn
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Dániel BalázsTongji UniversityChina-India Maritime Relations, Chinese Foreign PolicyChinadaniel.balazs@tongji.edu.cn
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Wolfgang RöhrTongji UniversityGerman-Sino RelationsChinawolfgang.rohr@tongji.edu.cn
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Chuanxing WangTongji UniversityAmerica's China Policy MakingChinachuanxing.wang@tongji.edu.cn
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Ivana Karásková Association for International AffairsChina's Security and Foreign PolicyCzech Republic
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Matej Simalcik Institute of Asian Studies
Chinese foreign policy, Strategic Culture, South China Sea, China and Central Europe, China and EU
Slovakiasimalcik@asian.sk
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Rudolf Fürst Charles UniversityCentral and Eastern Europe-China RelationsCzech Republicfurst@iir.cz
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Vera Exnerova Czech Academy of SciencesCentral AsiaCzech Republic
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Richard Q. TurcsányiPalacky UniversityChinese FP, China-CEE relations (16+1)Czech Republic/Slovakiarichard.turcsanyi@upol.cz@RQTurcsanyi
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Yang Jiang Danish Institute for International Studies
Economic Diplomacy, Policymaking of Foreign Economic Policy, Outward Investment
Denmarkyaji@diis.dk
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Andreas Bøje Forsby Nordic Institute of Asian StudiesRise of China, China's Foreign PolicyDenmark
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Camilla Sørensen University of CopenhagenArtic Policy, Sino-Russian Energy CooperationDenmark
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Janne Suokas GB TimesChina's Foreign PolicyFinland@SuokasJanne
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Alice Ekman French Institute of International Relations
China's Foreign Policy, China's Energy Policy, Political Economy of East Asia
France
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Francois de Soyres World BankSovereign Debt, International Finance, International TradeFrance
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Vladimer Papava
Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies
South Caucasus Georgiapapavavladimer@gfsis.org
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Mariam ZabakhidzeIlia State UniversitySouth Caucasus Georgiam.saghareishvili@pmcg.ge
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Giorgi GaganidzeTbilisi State University Political Economy Georgiagiorgi.gaganidze@tsu.ge
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Alexander Demissie China Africa AdvisoryChina Foreign Policy and Investment in AfricaGermany
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Moritz Rudolf Eurasia BridgesInternational LawGermany INFO@EURASIA-BRIDGES.COM
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Michal Makocki European Union Institute for Security StudiesChina's Foreign PolicyGermany
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Oyuna Baldakova Freie University BerlinCentral Asia, Sustainability, Development, Political EconomyGermany o.baldakova@fu-berlin.de@baloyuna
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Leah Utyasheva Institue of Migration PolicyCentral Asia, Social and Human Benifits Germany
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Christoph Lattemann Jacobs University Globalization, Cultural PerceptionsGermany
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Mikko Huotari Mercator Institute for China Studies
Global Economic Governance, China's Foreign Policy, China-EU Relations
Germany mikko.huotari@merics.de
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Jan WeidenfeldMercator Institute for China StudiesEU-China relations Germany jan.weidenfeld@merics.de
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Jacob MardellMercator Institute of China StudiesChina's Foreign Policy Germany jmardell@thechinaroad.co.uk @the_china_road
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Enrico Fels University of BonnRise of China, EU-China RelationsGermany
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Thomas Eder Mercator Institute of China StudiesEurasian geopolitics, lawGermany/Austria
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Polyxeni Davarinou Durham UniversityGreeceGreece
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Plamen TonchevInstitute of International Economic RelationsGreeceGreeceplamengo@gmail.com
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Jens Bastian Wilson CentreChina's Investment and Lending in EuropeGreecejensbastian04@gmail.com@Jens_Bastian
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Son Ngoc BuiThe Chinese University of Hong KongComparative Constitutional LawHong Kongngocsonbui@cuhk.edu.hk
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Jędrzej GórskiUCL16+1, PolandHong Kongjgorski3-c@my.cityu.edu.hk
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Támas Matura Corvinus UniveristyChinese Foreign Policy, 16+1Hungrarytamas.matura@gmail.com
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Anges SzunomárHungarian Academy of SciencesChinese FDI, China and Central and Eastern EuropeHungraryszunomar.agnes@gmail.com
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Darshana M Baruah Carnegie India Maritime Security in AsiaIndiadbaruah@ceip.org
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C. Raja MohanCarnegie IndiaGreat Power Relations in AsiaIndianCRMohan@ceip.org
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Nicola Casarini Istituto Affari InternazionaliEurope-China Relations, Chinese Foreign Policy Italy
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Nadia Rocha World BankInternational Trade, Gloval Value ChainsItaly
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Lin JakeTokyo UniversityNew ZealandJapan@DrJakeLin
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Lydia ParkhomickEurasian Research Institute Caspian RegionKazakhstan
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Daniyar KosnazarovIndependent Scholar Central AsiaKazakhstandaniyar.kosnazarov@gmail.com
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Kairat MoldashevNarxoz UniversityCentral AsiaKazakhstankairat.moldashev@narxoz.kz
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Marek Jochec Nazarbayev UniversityPerception of Chinese FDI in Central AsiaKazakhstanmarek.jochec@nu.edu.kz
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Gaukhar Nursha Al-Farabi Kazakh National University Central Asia, limits of Chinese soft powerKazakhstan gaukhar.nursha@gmail.com
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Yelena Sadovskaya
International Consultant on International Migration and Migration Policies for Kazakhstan and Central Asia
Central Asia, Social and Human Benifits Kazakhstan esa2004@mail.ru ccm@online.ru
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Alexander WoltersOSCE AcademyCentral Asia, Grassroots SentimentKyrgyzstan a.wolters@osce-academy.net
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Kemel ToktomushevUniversity of Central AsiaCentral Asia,Kyrgyzstan
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Frans-Paul van Der PuttenClingendael Institute The Rise of China, NetherlandsNetherlandsfputten@clingendael.org
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Richard GriffithsLeiden University China's Foreign PolicyNetherlandsr.t.griffiths@hum.leidenuniv.nl
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Eric Hendriks University of BonnCultural Globalisation, East Asia-Europe Public SphereNetherlandse.c.hendriks@gmail.com@ericchendriks
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Gerald ChanUniversity of AucklandGlobal Finance Governance, International RelationsNew Zealandgerald.chan@auckland.ac.nz
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Anne-Marie BradyWilson CentreChina's Polar Strategy, Global GovernanceNew Zealandanne-marie.brady@canterbury.ac.nz@Anne_MarieBrady
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Rasmus Gjedssø BertlesenThe Artic University of NorwaySino-Artic Engagement Norwayrasmus.bertelsen@uit.no
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Ilan AlonUniversity of AgderInternationalisation, Political RiskNorwayilan.alon@uia.no
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Jakub JakóbowskiCentre for Eastern StudiesChina's International Political EconomyPolandjakub.jakobowski@osw.waw.pl
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Bruno SurdelCentre for International RelationsChina's Foreign PolicyPoland@BrunoSurdel
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Justyna SzczudlikPolish Institute for International AffairsPoland, Chinese Soft Power, China's Foreign PolicyPolandszczudlik@pism.pl
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Bogdan Góralczyk University of WarsawGlobal Governance, DiplomacyPolandb.goralczyk@uw.edu.pl
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Anastas VangeliPolish Academy of SciencesCentral and Eastern Europe, Normative ImpactPoland / Macedoniaanastas.vangeli@gmail.com
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Alicja BachulskaAsia Research Centre, War Studies UniversityChina-CEE relations, foreign policy, politics of historyPolanda.bachulska@akademia.mil.pl@a_bachulska
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Bruno MaçaesSenior Advisor Flint GlobalGlobal GovernancePortugal
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Carlos Rodrigues University of AveiroPortugal-China relationsPortugal
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Paulo Duarte University of LisbonCentral AsiaPortugal
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Chris Devonshire-EllisIndependent Scholar ChinaRussiaChris.DevonshireEllis@dezshira.com
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Aziz BurkhanovNational University of SignaporeCentral AsiaSignaporeaziz.burkhanov@nu.edu.kz
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Gabriela PleschováComenius UniversityChina's Foreign Policy, China-Central Europe relations Slovakiapleschova@eurea.sk
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Miguel Otero-Iglesias Elcano Royal InstituteEU-China-US Power TriangleSpain
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Mario Esteban Elcano Royal InstituteChina's Foreign Policy, SwedenSpainwizma9@yahoo.com
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Yasiru Ranaraja Ocean University of China Environment impact, international relations.Sri Lanka Yasiru.ranaraja@yahoo.com@yasiruranaraja
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