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Sabrina Tsai was a research associate at the Project 2049 Institute, where she conducted research and monitored U. S. foreign policy towards the Asia-Pacific region. She managed the Institute’s projects, events, communications, and internship program. She is completing her master’s degree at American University in Washington, D.C., focusing on East Asia policy and Chinese foreign affairs. Sabrina received a bachelor of arts in International Relations and a Business Foundations Certificate from the University of Texas at Austin. She has conducted independent research on the national identity of Chinese migrants in Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo, focusing on peace and conflict studies in transitional post-war societies. Sabrina lived in Texas for 12 years and is originally from Taiwan. She speaks Chinese and English.

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Tsai, S. 2015. What China Wants You to Think About US-China Relations, The Diplomat.

Tsai, S. 2015. Chinese Media Warfare Targets the U.S.-Japan Alliance, AsiaEye, The Project 2049 Institute.

Tsai, S. 2014. Washington Should Highlight US-Taiwan Engagement Efforts, AsiaEye, The Project 2049 Institute.

Hsiao, R.; Tsai, S. 2014. The Forgotten Link: Taipei's discreet ties with Pyongyang could aid in engaging reclusive regime, Strategic Vision, Vol 3, Issue 13, The Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.

Tsai, S. 2013. Obama's Second Term in the Asia-Pacific Region: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future, The Project 2049 Institute.



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