Jonathan Ping is an Associate Dean and Associate Professor at Bond University. He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and received his Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide. He is a political economist who specialises in the study of statecraft. In this area he has developed the first unifying theory of the middle power concept—hybridisation theory—as presented in his book Middle Power Statecraft. His work on statecraft has most recently been applied to China in the books China’s Strategic Priorities and Chinese Engagements. He is Founder and a Director of the East Asia Security Centre.
Publications by Jonathan Ping
Collective Self-Defense Against Authoritarianism: Lessons for EU
Executive Summary: Economic coercion and disinformation have been a clear factor in Europe’s ties with both China and Russia. They are part of the reactionary policy used by authoritarian regimes […]