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Sheryn Lee

Universitetslektor

Ledarskap

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Institutionen för säkerhet, strategi och ledarskap

Ledarskapsavdelningen

Stockholm

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I am a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Leadership at the Swedish Defence University. Before coming to Stockholm I was an Analyst for the Office of National Intelligence, Australia's peak intelligence assessment agency. Prior to that I was a Lecturer in the Department of Security Studies and Criminology, Macquarie University, Sydney. I graduated with a PhD from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, the Australian National University, where I was a TB Millar Scholar, and I earned an AM in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania where I was a Benjamin Franklin Fellow and Mumford Fellow. I have also been a Non-Resident WSD-Handa Fellow at the CSIS Pacific Forum and a Robert O'Neill Scholar at the International Institute for Strategic Studies' Asia office in Singapore.

My research focuses on the foreign and security policies of countries facing China, namely Taiwan, Japan and Australia. My first book Explaining Contemporary Military Modernization: The Myth of Asia's Arms Race (Routledge, 2021) examined the negotiations between civil and military leaders in setting naval capabilies in the contested waters of Asia and the implication for arms racing theory. I spoke about it at the Sydney Opera's Festival of Dangerous Ideas and its findings were commissioned as an Australian Strategic Policy Institute report. I have also published in the Texas National Security Review, Survival, the RUSI Journal and the Australian Journal of International Affairs. I regularly engage with the media and have provided commentary for TIME, The New York Times, ABC News and The Sydney Morning Herald.

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Sheryn Lee I am a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Leadership at the Swedish Defence University. Before coming to Stockholm I was an Analyst for the Office of National Intelligence, Australia's peak intelligence assessment agency. Prior to that I was a Lecturer in the Department of Security Studies and Criminology, Macquarie University, Sydney. I graduated with a PhD from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, the Australian National University, where I was a TB Millar Scholar, and I earned an AM in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania where I was a Benjamin Franklin Fellow and Mumford Fellow. I have also been a Non-Resident WSD-Handa Fellow at the CSIS Pacific Forum and a Robert O'Neill Scholar at the International Institute for Strategic Studies' Asia office in Singapore.

My research focuses on the foreign and security policies of countries facing China, namely Taiwan, Japan and Australia. My first book Explaining Contemporary Military Modernization: The Myth of Asia's Arms Race (Routledge, 2021) examined the negotiations between civil and military leaders in setting naval capabilies in the contested waters of Asia and the implication for arms racing theory. I spoke about it at the Sydney Opera's Festival of Dangerous Ideas and its findings were commissioned as an Australian Strategic Policy Institute report. I have also published in the Texas National Security Review, Survival, the RUSI Journal and the Australian Journal of International Affairs. I regularly engage with the media and have provided commentary for TIME, The New York Times, ABC News and The Sydney Morning Herald.
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