Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang serves in Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation (TAEF)’s Department of Research and Planning, where he conducts policy research and coordinates TAEF’s partnerships with local civil society groups. His research interests lie in Southeast Asian politics and Southeast Asia-China-US relations, and has published articles and book chapters on contemporary Philippine foreign policy. Besides academic writing, Mr. Chiang has also contributed commentaries and field reports on Asia-Pacific affairs for news outlets in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Australia.
Prior to joining TAEF, Mr. Chiang has held internships at the Australian Institute of International Affairs, World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Taiwan). He earned his bachelor's degree in Diplomacy and a minor in History from National Chengchi University, and has studied in both the University of California, Berkeley and Peking University.
- Jeremy Chiang. Forthcoming. “Philippine Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: the Influence of Double-Asymmetric Structure.” in H. H. Michael Hsiao, and Alan H. Yang, eds. The New Face of Southeast Asia: Driving Forces for Transformation and Images of the Future. Taipei: Hung-Yeh. (In Chinese).
- Jeremy Chiang. 2018. “Duterte and Russia: Dreaming Non-American Paths to Development.” Strategic and Security Analyses. 148: 61-70. (In Chinese).