Xinchuchu Gao joined the Department of European and International Studies in 2015. Her research primarily focuses on European integration. Chuchu received her Master’s degree in European Studies: Ideas and Identities from the London School of Economics (LSE), and her BA in International Studies with Spanish from the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China. She previously worked as a Teaching Fellow at SOAS and a tutor at New College of the Humanities.
- EU foreign policy
- EU’s policy towards Asia
- EU-China relationship
Understanding European integration: Explaining the commission’s growing competence over telecommunication services.
Chen, X. & Gao, X. ‘Connecting Europe and Asia: The Expansion of the EU’s Connectivity Strategy and its Geopolitical & Security Implications on the Asia-Pacific region’, Asia Pacific Journal of EU Studies, Special Issue entitled ‘European Union and Asia-Pacific political dialogue’. (paper accepted & forthcoming).
Chen, X. & Gao, X. (2020) ‘Exploring the dynamic nexus between the EU’s trade and foreign policy towards Asia-Pacific’, in Weiß, W. edited Global Politics and EU Free Trade Policy. Special Issue to the European Yearbook of International Economic Law, Springer.
Professor Anand Menon (first supervisor)
Dr Ramon Pacheco Pardo (second supervisor)