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Dee Wu an Intern at the Project 2049 Institute. He received a B.A. in Sociology from National Taiwan University. Dee is currently a graduate student at Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service program, with a concentration in Global Politics and Security. His main research focus is on East Asian politics and security, in particular the cross-Strait and U.S.-China relations. Prior to moving to the United States, Dee interned at the Department of International Affairs of the Democratic Progressive Party in Taiwan, where he assisted in the Party's exchanges with Japan. He is native in Mandarin, proficient in English, and knows basic Japanese.

 

Publications:

Easton, I and Wu, D. 2017. Bolstering Taiwan's Last Line of Defense, The Diplomat.

 
 

 

 
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