Red Flags or Silver Linings? Crisis (In)Stability in the East China Sea and China's and Japan's New National Security Councils
Location:Robertson Hall Bowl 002
Department:China and the World Program
Audience:Open to the Public
Adam P. Liff (黎雅澹) specializes in international relations of East Asia, with a particular focus on Chinese and Japanese security policy and the U.S. role in the region. His doctoral dissertation analyzes the role of norms and socialization processes in shaping the military trajectories of rising powers. Adam’s recent publications include peer-reviewed articles in The China Quarterly and Journal of Strategic Studies; analytical pieces for Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, PacNet, Asia-Pacific Bulletin, among others; and several book chapters in edited volumes. He has held research affiliations at Peking University, University of Tokyo, Harvard Kennedy School, University of Virginia, Stanford University, Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE), and RAND Corporation. Adam holds a B.A. from Stanford University (with Distinction, With Honors, and Phi Beta Kappa), and an M.A. in Politics from Princeton University. He received his Ph.D in Politics from Princeton University in 2014. After completing his fellowship in China and the World, Adam will take up a post as Assistant Professor of East Asian International Relations at Indiana University’s new School of Global and International Studies (sgis.indiana.edu). More information about Adam is available on his website (adamphailliff.com), and you can follow him on Twitter @AdamPLiff. He will be in residence at Princeton University and will post office hours later this fall.
This talk is sponsored by the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program of the Woodrow Wilson School whose mission is to encourage research on China’s foreign relations and China within the international relations context.