Yu-Hua Chen

Yu-Hua Chen

PhD Research Scholar
Pacific and Asian History


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Room: 4120
Building: HC Coombs Building

Yu-Hua Chen is a PhD Scholar at the School of Culture, History, and Language at the Australian National University (ANU). Yu-Hua’s research interests include China’s security policy, international relations theory, geopolitics, and China-Taiwan relations. His articles have appeared in The Diplomat, The National Interest, ChinaFile, East Asia Forum, Taiwan Insight, and IPP Review. His doctoral research investigates the relationship between buffer states and the making of China’s security policies. His doctoral research has been supported by grants from the Taiwanese government, the ANU, Peking University, and the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange. Prior to commencing his PhD at the ANU, Yu-Hua worked at Academia Sinica and served as a Second Lieutenant in Taiwan.

Latest Work: “What Does Xi Want from Taiwan? (And What Can Taiwan Do About It?),” ChinaFile http://www.chinafile.com/conversation/what-does-xi-want-taiwan-and-what-...

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