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Kelsey Broderick was an Intern at the Project 2049 Institute. She is currently studying in the Master of Science in Foreign Service program at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service where she focuses on politics and security in East Asia. Prior to joining the Institute, Kelsey worked in the education and nonprofit sectors while living in China for three years. She has studied Mandarin in China at Sichuan University and was an undergraduate exchange student at Peking University. She obtained her BA in Anthropology from Stanford University.

Contact email: [email protected]

Publications:

Broderick, K. 2015. The Intersection of HADR and the Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Futuregram, Project 2049 Institute.

Broderick, K. 2015. Chinese Activities in the South China Sea: Implications for the American Pivot to Asia, Occasional Paper, Project 2049 Institute.

Broderick, K. 2015. Arming Ukraine: Lessons for Beijing, Asia Eye, Project 2049 Institute.

Broderick, K. 2015. Sri Lanka’s Election: Implications for China and the US, Asia Eye, Project 2049 Institute.

 
 

 

 
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