Tai Ming Cheung
Travaux sur l'industrie de défense et l'innovation. Travaille à partir de sources et contacts chinois.
Tai Ming Cheung is an associate professorat the School and director of the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC). He is a longtime analyst of and leading expert on Chinese and East Asian defense and national security affairs, especially related to economic, industrial, technology and innovation issues.
His book "Fortifying China: The Struggle to Build a Modem Defense Economy" was published in 2009, followed by "Forging China's Military Might: A New Framework for Assessing Innovation," which he edited. He was previously a correspondent at the Far Eastern Economie Review.
As director ofIGCC, Cheung leads the institute's Study ofTechnology and Innovation, examining the evolving relationship between technology and national security in China. He also manages the institute's Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue, bringing together senior foreign ministry, defense officiais and academics from around the globe.
Education and CV
Ph.D., War Studies, King's College, London University, England, 2007
One year post-graduate research course, Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy, Beijing University, 1988
One year course, Chinese Mandarin and International Politics, Beijing University, 1986 B.A., International Relations, Sussex University, Brighton, England, 1987