Fellow on Foreign Policy and National Security, Center for China Analysis
Andrew Chubb is Foreign Policy and National Security Fellow at Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis where he analyzes global views of China among citizens and foreign policy elites, along with China’s maritime and territorial disputes. Andrew is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. 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. Recent publications include Chinese Nationalism and the Gray Zone: Case Analyses of Public Opinion and PRC Maritime Policy (Naval War College Press, 2021), PRC Overseas Political Activities: Risk, Reaction and the Case of Australia (Routledge and Royal United Services Institute, 2021), Rights Protection: How the UK Should Respond to the PRC’s Overseas Influence (Lau China Institute, 2022) and Dynamics of Assertiveness in the South China Sea: China, the Philippines and Vietnam, 1970-2015 (National Bureau of Asian Research, 2022).