Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies, United States
GAYE CHRISTOFFERSEN was formerly a Professor of International Politics, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS, Nanjing Center, teaching courses on Asian energy security, Sino-Japanese relations, and Chinese border provinces’ relations with neighboring countries. She has also taught at the Naval Postgraduate School, the University of Hawaii, Far Eastern Federal University, and the Chinese Foreign Affairs University.
Recent publications include: Russia in the Indo-Pacific: New Approaches to Russian Foreign Policy, Routledge (2022) as editor, and author of “Sino-Russian Accommodation and Adaptation in Eurasian Regional Order Formation,” in that volume.
Additional publications include “The Russian Far East and China’s Northeast: A Decade in the Shadow of the Belt and Road Initiative,” The Asan Forum (October 2021); “Sino-Russian Local Relations: Heihe and Blagoveshchensk,” The Asan Forum (December 2019); “Chinese, Russian, Japanese, and Korean Strategies for Northeast Asian Cross-Border Energy Connectivity,” Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies Journal (2019); “China and Global Energy Governance,” in The SAGE Handbook of Contemporary China, Weiping Wu and Mark Frazier, eds. Los Angeles: Sage Publishing, 2018.
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