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  1. Joe Lin

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Gramsci in China post 1978: The Chinese intellectuals' role in the process of China's socioeconomic and politlcal transformation

    1/10/20141/02/2019

  2. Heiko Khoo

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Is China still socialist? A Marxist critique of János Kornai’s analysis of China

    1/10/20101/07/2018

  3. Arnaud Hoyois First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Security Spillovers: Using Neofunctionalism to describe the process of European Integration in the context of the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)

    26/04/20112/08/2019

  4. Claude Zanardi First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Europeanisation of British, French, and German Foreign and Security Policy towards China through the lenses of National Elites

    10/01/20111/11/2019

  5. Camilla Hagelund

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Underlying dynamics of regional (dis-)integration in post-Soviet Central Asia

    1/10/20101/06/2015

  6. Xuechen Chen First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Normative Power Europe or Normal Power Europe? An analysis of the EU's norm diffusion in relation to ASEAN (2007-2018)

    4/01/201631/12/2020

  7. Yifan Yang First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Telling the EU's story by others: the Jean Monnet Programme and European Union Public Diplomacy

    13/06/20131/10/2016

  8. Tian Yan First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Exportation and Importation of the EU’s Procedural Norms with China on the Subject of Climate Change

    1/10/20131/03/2020

  9. Wei Huang First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    WE SELF-CATEGORISE, THEREFORE WE THINK: The Chinese Government and IR Scholars’ Ways of Thinking concerning the Post-Cold War Japan-U.S. Alliance (1992-2012)

    1/10/20121/04/2017

  10. Paul Choi

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Persistent Cooperation, Uncertain Cohesion: The ROK-US Alliance and Deterrence (2009-19)

    1/10/2018 → …

  11. Xinchuchu Gao

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Understanding European integration: Explaining the Commission’s growing competence over telecommunication services

    25/01/20161/06/2020

  12. Saeme Kim First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A neoclassical realist perspective of East Asian regionalism: South Korea and Japan’s policy stances on regionalism from 1997 to 2007

    1/10/20161/02/2022

  13. Juyoung Kim First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Politics of Governing the Liquefied Natural Gas Industry in Mozambique, 2009-2020

    1/10/2016 → …

  14. Asyraf Afnan Ahmad Murtadza First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    Voting behaviour in a dramatically changing political environment: the role of party identification, candidate traits and ruling party performance

    1/10/2016 → …

  15. Danny Johanson

    Lau China Institute

    Doctor of Philosophy

    China's Pragmatic Foreign Policy: International Socialization and Pariah States

    7/01/20131/07/2018

  16. Carolina Urrego Sandoval First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Why Heuristics and Biases Matter in Diffusion and Localisation: The Case of Aid for Trade in South American Middle-income Countries

    1/10/20131/11/2018

  17. Eric Schmidt

    Lau China Institute

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Function of the Shadow Banking Sector in the Chinese Financial System

    1/10/20131/11/2018

  18. Dongmin Shin

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Has the Republic of Korea (ROK) become a Middle Power? Case study of the period between North Korea's missile tests in July 2006 to the 2nd inter-Korean summit and the Cheonan and Yeonpyeong incidents

    1/10/20101/09/2015

  19. Jisun Yi

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Institutional Analysis of Foreign Aid Policy-Making: Rules, Incentives, and Commitment Problems in South Korea Government

    1/10/20121/08/2018

  20. Ka Ho Yu First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    From energy diplomacy to global governance: A case study on China's energy policy in the 21st century

    9/01/20121/06/2016

  21. Jeong-Ho Lee First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    NORTH KOREA'S EVOLVING NUCLEAR STRATEGY

    1/10/2019 → …

  22. Yin Wang

    Culture, Media & Creative Industries

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Weibo Diplomacy: Management, Measurement, and Challenges – A Case Study of British Embassy Beijing’s Weibo Account

    1/10/201231/07/2021

  23. Claude Zanardi First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    1/10/20111/11/2019

  24. Layne Vandenberg First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    International multilateral organisations and state resistance: case study analyses of FIFA’s member associations and state-led ‘government interference’

    1/10/2018 → …

  25. Sophie Umeyama First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    Interrogating how, why, and by whom memories and identities were used for political agendas in: Operationalising Identity: How do Identity and Contentious Memories Inform on Foreign Relations Today?

    15/04/202222/04/2022

  26. Sophie Umeyama

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    Interrogating how, why, and by whom memories and identities were used for political agendas in: Operationalising Identity: How do Identity and Contentious Memories Inform on Foreign Relations Today?

    1/02/202115/04/2022

  27. Yeong Ik Kim First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Identity, Ideology and Regional Order: An Analysis on the Influence of National Identity on National Behaviour in Northeast Asia

    1/10/2020 → …

  28. Bo-Jiun Jing First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Economic Hedging Under the Radar? A Neoclassical Realist Analysis of Taiwan’s Foreign Policy towards Southeast Asia, 2008-2020

    1/10/2017 → …

  29. Francesca Ghiretti

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Where economy and security meet: How Chinese Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) have become a security threat in Europe (2016-2020)

    1/10/201818/12/2019

  30. Cristina De Esperanza Picardo First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Soft balancing through interregionalism? Unpacking the EU’s security cooperation with ASEAN in the context of China’s rise

    1/10/2021 → …

  31. Yingtao Li

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2022 → …

  32. Rei Koga First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2022 → …

  33. Muchun Liao First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2022 → …

  34. David Kim First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2022 → …

  35. Zi Ying Xu

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2022 → …

  36. Qin Wang First/primary/lead supervisor

    European & International Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2021 → …

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