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Rachael Burton is the Deputy Director at the Project 2049 Institute where she directs program management and project development. She received her BA in International Affairs with a minor in Chinese at the George Washington University, where she studied nontraditional security in East and Southeast Asia. Prior to joining the Institute, Rachael spent two years as a Teach for China fellow, where she taught secondary school English at a remote rural village in China's Yunnan Province. She has worked briefly at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy and the National Bureau of Asian Research, where she supported events and outreach development, and conducted research on energy security and U.S. engagement with ASEAN. She currently conducts research and analysis on the Chinese Communist Party’s foreign policy, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), U.S.-Taiwan relations, and U.S. policy towards Burma (Myanmar). Rachael is a U.S. citizen born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand. She reads and speaks Chinese.

Publications:

Burton, R., 2017 Can Cambodia Make Electoral History This Week?, Real ClearWorld.

Burton, R. and Yen, S. 2016. Seek Truth from Facts: The CCP's War on History, Asia Eye, Project 2049 Institute.

 
 

 

 
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