Edward Sing Yue Chan is a Postdoctoral Fellow in China Studies at the CIW. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Sydney, Australia. Dr. Chan’s research focuses on China’s foreign policy, East Asian security, Chinese maritime history, and maritime politics. He is interested in understanding China as a rising sea power and topical maritime security issues in the Asia-Pacific, including the East and South China Seas. His current research focuses on the role of China’s domestic maritime players in grey-zone operations and the interaction between Chinese and western maritime security ideologies. Dr. Chan is the author of China's Maritime Security Strategy: The Evolution of a Growing Sea Power(Routledge, 2021). His articles also appears in Asian Security, Global Change, Peace & Security, and Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs.
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