- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Fei Su is a Researcher with SIPRI’s China and Asia Security Programme. She joined SIPRI as a Research Assistance in March 2015 and was based in Beijing. Prior to joining SIPRI, she lived and studied in Seoul for three years, where she strengthened her fluency in Korean. She holds an MA in Public Administration from Graduate School of Public Administration at Seoul National University, focusing on governance. She wrote her Korean-language dissertation on the impact of government size on corruption in China.
Fei's research interests focus on regional security issues in East Asia with a special interest in North Korea, China’s foreign and security policy, and maritime affairs. Recently, she conducted research on military developments in artificial intelligence and their impact on the Korean peninsula. Her other research interest is within the field of geo-economics and she is currently working on the implications of connectivity to EU–China relations.
Non-proliferation and sanctions; Governance; Korean Peninsula; International and regional security; connectivity
North East Asia
MA in Public Administration, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea; BA in Korean Language and Literature, Minzu University of China