I am a PhD candidate in East Asian Studies at the University of Leeds. My research examines how Japan and China securitized the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands between 2008-2015. My PhD project is partially funded by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation. I am a member of the Sino-Japanese Relations Research Network.
Themes covered in my research include Sino-Japanese relations, Japan's/China’s foreign policy, Japanese/Chinese security policy, Japanese/Chinese construction of the national identity, and the ‘history problem.’ My research interests also extend to International Relations Post-Structuralism and Ontological Security Theory.
- MA Asia Pacific Studies (University of Leeds)
- MSc Politics of China (SOAS)
- BA International Relations (ICU)