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Adjunct Professor
School of Diplomacy and Int’l Relations, Seton Hall University

 

Areas of Expertise
Diplomacy, Economic Development, Global Food Security, Global Governance, Globalization, Health,  International Affairs, International Development, International Organizations, Multilateralism and Regimes, Non-Traditional Security, North-South Relations, Post 2015 Development Agenda, Sustainable Development, United Nations, United Nations Reform, Women, Peace and Security

Region of Focus
East Asia and the Pacific

Background
I recently retired from an over 27-year career at the United Nations (UN). I have been teaching as an Adjunct Professor at The Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University in New Jersey since 2005. I teach graduate courses include SINO-US Relations, Global Health and International Development, Bioterrorism and International Security, among others. In the past two years, I taught graduate courses Global Governance and the UN and Foreign Policy Analysis at Zhejiang University China (Apr.-July, 2016) and have joined China-ASEAN research team at Guangxi University China-ASEAN Research Institute (2015-Present). I have worked at National University of Singapore East Asia Institute as a senior research fellow from June to December 2014.

Recent Publications
I have been working on my book project “the United Nations Reform and China’s Participation”.