Antoine Bondaz holds a PhD in political sciences from Sciences Po (summa cum laude). He is the author of “From Insecurity to Stability: China’s Korean policy from 2009 to 2014”, a PhD dissertation under the supervision of Prof. François Godement - director of the European Council on Foreign Relations 's Asia & China program - that challenges anchoring bias on China’s regional strategy, critically analyzes Chinese perceptions on the region, and coins innovative key concepts such as “China’s insecurity complex” and “China’s strategy of peripheral stability”. He has researched for 18 months in China (Tsinghua University), South Korea (Korea University) and North Korea (Institute of Disarmament and Peace), and conducted more than 150 interviews with top scholars, experts and senior diplomats.
He has earned 10 academic awards in recognition of scientific and strategic research, including a three-year grant (63 000€) from the Armaments Procurement Agency, and research awards from Institute of Higher National Defense Studies under authority of the Prime Minister.
As an Associate Fellow at Asia Centre, he co-heads the Observatory on China and performs quarterly strategic analysis for the Ministry of Defense to project future trends of Chinese policies. He has launched and co-authors Korea Analysis, a quarterly journal focusing on Korean contemporary issues. Antoine Bondaz has been granted international fellowships from the Ilmin International Relations Institute and from the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy.
Antoine Bondaz has appeared in written, radio, and TV media (Le Monde, Le Figaro, Libération, Les Echos, Xinhua, France Info, France Inter, France Culture, RFI, France 24, CCTV News, Phoenix TV…), have had work published 60+ times, have presented research 15+ times during invited talks and taught at top universities including Sciences Po, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Institute of Higher National Defense Studies, Tsinghua University and China’s Women University
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