- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Jiayi Zhou is a Researcher in the Climate Change and Risk Programme. Before joining SIPRI, she worked as a policy analyst on US-China nuclear relations, and was also a Research Assistant at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Her Master’s degrees are in International Development and International Relations, with an area studies background in the former Soviet Union. Her interests are in non-traditional security, geo-economics, and sustainable development — particularly related to food and agriculture. She is also currently pursuing a PhD in Environmental Science at Linköping University.
International and regional security, strategic nuclear relations, development and security nexus, agrarian transformation and food security, minority issues
China, Russia, Central Asia, the Caucasus and the Transatlantic
M.A. International Development, Erasmus University Rotterdam; M.A. International Relations, Syracuse University; B.A. History, UC Berkeley