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Jingchao Peng

Jingchao Peng currently resides in Tokyo and is conducting research on the maritime policies of East Asian states. He holds an MA in International Relations from Waseda University. He previously worked for the China and Global Security Program of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. He has published on topics such as China and the Arctic, China and the Law of the Sea and Sino-Russian relations.


Articles by Jingchao Peng (1)

  • Beijing's South China Sea objective is clear: To extend control

    Within China's bureaucratic system, sometimes it is in an agency's interest to compete with others, rather than coordinate, in order to advance its own bureaucratic power and receive more funding. Linda Jakobson's recent Lowy Report, China's Unpredictable Maritime Security Actors, highlights this phenomenon between maritime agencies.