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Alice Ekman has been the Senior Analyst in charge of the Asia portfolio at the EUISS since September 2019. She covers foreign policy and security developments in the Asian region – including in China, the Korean Peninsula, Japan, India and ASEAN. At the EUISS, Alice also manages regular ‘Track 1,5’ dialogues with the EU’s partners in Asia and coordinates the EU member committee of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific (CSCAP EU).
Alice was formerly Head of China Research at the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri) in Paris. She has also been Visiting Scholar at Tsinghua University (Beijing), at National Taiwan Normal University (Taipei) and at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies (Seoul). She holds a Master in International Relations, Economics, and Anthropology (China focus) from the London School of Economics and a PhD in International Relations from Sciences Po and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
The War in Ukraine and the Growing North-South Divide: A European Union Perspective, The S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), March 2023
Dernier Vol pour Pékin, Éditions de l'Observatoire, November 2022.
Le récit centralisé et offensif de la diplomatie publique chinoise, in Christian Lequesne (ed.) 'La puissance par l'image - Les Etats et leur diplomatie publique', Presses de Sciences Po, September 2021
Europe’s approach towards Asia: diversification in times of COVID-19, in CSCAP Regional Security Outlook 2021, December 2020.
Rouge vif, l’idéal communiste chinois, Éditions de l'Observatoire, February 2020.
China’s ‘new type of security partnership’ in Asia and beyond: a challenge to the alliance system and the ‘Indo-pacific’ strategy, Elcano, March 2019.
How Will Europe Handle Conceptual Divergence Between China and the US?, Global Asia, June 2019.
China’s Belt & Road and the World: Competing Forms of Globalization, IFRI, April 2019.
Dossier RAMSES 2019 : Chine, la nouvelle puissance, IFRI, September 2018.
China in the Mediterranean: An Emerging Presence, IFRI, February 2018.
La Chine dans le monde, CNRS Editions, 2018.