Dr Andrew ChubbSenior Lecturer in Chinese Politics and International Relations
Andrew Chubb is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion. A graduate of the University of Western Australia, his work examines the linkages between Chinese domestic politics and international relations. More broadly, Andrew's interests include maritime and territorial disputes, strategic communication, political propaganda, and Chinese Communist Party history. Andrew is the author of Chinese Nationalism and the Gray Zone: Case Analyses of Public Opinion and PRC Foreign Policy (Naval War College Press, 2021) andthe PRC Overseas Political Activities: Risk, Reaction and the Case of Australia (Routledge and Royal United Services Institute, 2021).
PhD Supervision Interests
Asia-Pacific regional politics; international relations Chinese politics and foreign policy; Chinese Communist Party history; Chinese internet; public opinion
Domestic Public Opinion and International Escalation: Perceptions and Crisis Control in the Shadow of Networked Nationalism
01/01/2019 → 30/06/2022
- Centre for War and Diplomacy