Dr Jingdong Yuan
Dr Jingdong Yuan is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Australia-China Relations Institute, University of Technology Sydney.
Dr Yuan is also an Associate Professor at the Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney, and Associate Senior Fellow, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
Dr Yuan’s research focuses on Indo–Pacific security, Chinese defence policy, Sino–Indian relations, and nuclear arms control and nonproliferation. He has held visiting appointments at the National University of Singapore, University of Macau, East–West Center, National Cheng-chi University, Mercator Institute for China Studies, Fudan University, Berlin Social Sciences Centre (WZB), and United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR). He is the co-author of Chinese Cruise Missiles: A Quiet Force-Multiplier (2014) and China and India: Cooperation or Conflict? (2003), and co-editor of Engaging China: How Australia Can Lead the Way Again (2023), Trump’s America and International Relations in the Indo-Pacific (2021), and Australia and China at 40 (2012). His publications have appeared in Asian Survey, Australian Journal of International Affairs, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Contemporary Security Policy, Global Asia, International Affairs, International Herald Tribune, International Journal, Journal of Contemporary China, Journal of International Affairs, Los Angeles Times, Nonproliferation Review, Washington Quarterly, and in many edited volumes. He is currently completing a book manuscript on China-South Asian relations.