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Education: MA (Warwick), BA, MA, PhD (Aarhus)


Current Position: Associate Professor, Institute for Strategy, Royal Danish Defence College. 
Previous Appointments: Ph.D. student, Aarhus University (1996-1999), Assistant Professor, Aarhus University (2000-2002), Associate Professor, Aarhus University (2003-2008). 


Areas of Expertise: International Relations, Asia-Pacific Security, China Studies
Current Major Research Projects: Metternich and China’s Post-Cold War Grand Strategy (based at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars)


Recent or relevant publications: Most recent publications include Maritime Security between China and Southeast Asia, Ashgate, 2002. “Perception, Pragmatism, and Political Will: Maritime Disputes and Balances of Power in the Asia-Pacific”, Asian Perspective, 24:4, 2002. “The South China Sea: ASEAN’s Security Concerns About China”, Security Dialogue, 34:1, 2003. The Balance of Power in Asia-Pacific Security: U.S.-China Policies on Regional Order, London: Routledge, 2007. ‘China’s Premature Rise to Great Power’, Audit of the Conventional Wisdom, Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 2007. 

Some selected examples of relevant international positions: October-December 2003, Visiting Research Fellow, Asia Research Centre, the London School of Economics and Politics Science; February-July 2007 Visiting Scholar, Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University, USA; September 2008-May 2009, Residential Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., USA.

 

 

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