ExpertiseChinese politics and public policy, Chinese Communist Party institutions and overseas influence, Australia-China relations
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Nathan Attrill is a Researcher at Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s (ASPI) International Cyber Policy Centre.
His research areas include domestic Chinese politics and public policy, Chinese Communist Party institutions and systems of influence, and Australia-China relations. Originally from New Zealand, he has also spent significant time studying and living in China since 2008.
He is currently in the final stages of a PhD from the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University mapping the politics of economic revitalisation policy in northeast China.
He has a Master of Public Policy from Peking University in Beijing, and a Master of International Relations and Bachelor of Political Science from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.
He has been quoted in the media on China related subjects, including in The Sydney Morning Herald, Financial Times, South China Morning Post, and Axios.