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Julia M. Famularo is a Research Affiliate at the Project 2049 Institute. She is also a Smith Richardson Foundation International Security Studies Predoctoral Fellow at Yale University and a seventh-year doctoral candidate in Modern East and Central Asian Political History at Georgetown University.

She has received a number of research grants, including the United States NSEP Boren Fellowship (People’s Republic of China, 2012-2013); Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship (Nepal and India, 2013); United States Fulbright Fellowship (Taiwan, 2007-2008); Columbia University Weatherhead East Asian Institute Training Grant (Tibet, 2005); and China Scholarship Council Chinese Cultural Scholarship (China, 2002-2003).

Ms. Famularo previously served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. She managed both the International Engagement with Cyber 2013 special issue and also the 2009-2010 biannual publication.

Ms. Famularo earned an M.A. in History from Georgetown University; an M.A. in East Asian Studies from Columbia University; and a B.A. in East Asian Studies and Spanish Literature from Haverford College. She has lived and traveled extensively in the People's Republic of China, ethnographic Tibet, Xinjiang, and Taiwan.


Famularo, J. 2015. Chinese Religious Regulations in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region: A Veiled Threat to Turkic Muslims?, Futuregram 15-002, Project 2049 Institute.

Famularo, J. 2015. Are China and Russia Forging a New Ideological Bloc?, ChinaFile.

Famularo, J. 2015. The China-Russia NGO Crackdown, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J. 2015. Do China's New Terrorism Laws Go Too Far?, The National Interest.

Famularo, J. 2014. U.S.-Taiwanese Relations After the Midterms: A Unique Opportunity, The National Interest.

Famularo, J. 2014. Far from Hong Kong, Ethnic Minority Regions in China are a Tinderbox of Tension, Reuters.

Famularo, J. 2014. Should the U.S. Cooperate with China on Terrorism?, ChinaFile.

Famularo, J. 2014. Engaging China on Human Rights, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J. 2014. Double Down on Taiwan, The National Interest.

Famularo, J. 2014. Beijing's Self-Defeating Arrest of Ilham Tohti, The National Interest.

Famularo, J. 2013. China’s Uighur Dilemma After Tiananmen, The National Interest.

Famularo, J. 2013. The Latest from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, The National Interest.

Famularo, J. 2013. A Complex Calculus: China’s North Korea Dilemma, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J.; Norman-Nathman, A. 2013. Women Warriors Break Down Barriers Across Asia, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J.; Chen, K. 2013. Cross-Strait Media Deals Spark Concern in Taiwan, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J.; Chen, K. 2012. China, Taiwan and the Dalai Lama, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J. 2012. In Tibet: Protests and Self-Immolations Continue, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J. 2012. China's Failure in Tibet, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J.; Hsiao, R. 2012. Taiwan's Cultural Reservoir, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J. M. 2012. Erdogan Visits Xinjiang, The Diplomat.

Hsiao, R.; Famularo, J. M. 2012. Is the Cross-Strait Honeymoon over?, The Diplomat.

Famularo, J. M. 2012. Spinning the Wheel: Policy Implications of the Dalai Lama's Reincarnation, The Project 2049 Institute.

Famularo, J. M. 2009. The Taiwan Quadrennial Defense Review: Implications for U.S. - Taiwan Relations, The Project 2049 Institute.

Famularo, J. M. 2009. Solar Flair: Taiwan’s Photovoltaic Industry Aspires to Lead the Clean Energy Revolution, Futuregram 09-001, The Project 2049 Institute.



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