- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Xuwan Ouyang is an intern with the SIPRI China and Asia security programme. Her research focuses on Chinese official developmental assistance (ODA) in Africa.
Prior to joining SIPRI, she was a PhD student at University of Queensland. Her thesis focused on Chinese peacebuilding abroad, with comparative case studies in three sub-states of Myanmar. She also holds a double master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Glasgow and Nankai University. Previously she was an intern at China Central Television (CCTV), where she worked as an assistant in researching, taking interviews and writing media coverage.
Aid and development, political economy, Chinese foreign and security policy
Africa, Southeast Asia
Double Master degree in International Relations, the University of Glasgow, UK and Nankai University, China