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Jiayi Zhou

POSITION AT SIPRI
Researcher

Jiayi Zhou

Jiayi Zhou

Jiayi Zhou joined SIPRI as a Research Assistant with the Armed Conflict and Conflict Management Programme in October 2014. Before joining SIPRI, she worked as a policy analyst on US-China nuclear relations for the US Air Force. She is currently also a nonresident WSD-Handa Fellow for Pacific Forum CSIS. Her Masters’ degrees are in International Development and International Relations, with an area studies background in the former Soviet Union. 

Subject expertise

International and regional security, strategic nuclear relations, development and security nexus, agrarian transformation and food security, minority issues

Regional expertise

China, Russia, Central Asia, the Caucasus and the Transatlantic 

Phone number
+46 766 286 318
Languages
English, Chinese, Russian
Education

M.A. International Development, Erasmus University Rotterdam; M.A. International Relations, Syracuse University; B.A. History, UC Berkeley

Citizenship
United States
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SIPRI PUBLICATIONS
External publications
  • Zhou, J., 'Chinese  Agrarian Capitalism in the Russian Far East' BRICS Initiatives in Critical Agrarian Studies, 2015
  • Zhou, J., 'Do National Interests Extend Past the Atmosphere?' Small Wars Journal, 2013
  • Zhou, J., 'Soviet Central Asians in the Soviet-Afghan War' Journal of Slavic Military Studies Vol. 25 (3), 2012
  • Zhou, J., ' Counter-radicalization: Local Solutions and Community-Oriented Policing' Center for First Amendment Studies, 2012
  • Zhou, J., ' Chinese in (the republic of) Georgia' European Centre for Minority Issues, Working Paper No. 54, 2012