Dai Yonghong 戴永红
Associated Senior Research Fellow
Dai Yonghong has worked as trade representative for an International Cooperation company; journalist & editor of international affairs for the press; manager of R&D and training in securities companies; vice president of an investment company; legal advisor of law firms; business development analyst; and project coordinator in energy MNC in Canada. He also visited and studied at the University of British Columbia and University of Calgary in 2005 and 2008 respectively. Dr. Dai stayed at ISDP as a guest researcher from May to November 2014, focusing on Geopolitics Strategy, Energy Strategy and Major Powers Game in Myanmar.
Dr. Dai worked on international contracting & international trade in South Asia from 1986 to 1997, in charge of bidding and management of loan programs granted by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. In recent years, Dr. Dai has broadened his research to encompass international relations, world politics, regional security and crisis management, with a special focus on Great Powers’ Game in Southeast Asia (Myanmar); China’s Energy Strategy and Geopolitical Strategy; Political Party Disputes and Democratic Politics in South Asia; leading roles of local governments in promoting China-SAARC; and China-ASEAN regional cooperation.
Currently, Dr. Dai is based at Shenzhen University.
Publications by Dai Yonghong 戴永红
Modi’s growth push casts shadow on chances of long-term success
At the time when India is becoming the rotating presiding country of the BRICS group, the myth that India’s economy has successfully caught up with China’s also resonates. Indeed, behind […]
Suu Kyi visit demonstrates changing China–Myanmar relations
At the invitation of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of Myanmar’s opposition National League for Democracy (NLD), made her first historic visit to China […]
China-India Energy Cooperation: A Perspective of Geo-politics and Geo-economics
In the process of their rise as major powers, China and India have experienced rapid economic development, with an average annual growth rate at 10 percent and 8 percent respectively […]
China and Myanmar: When neighbours become good friends
China wants to keep its good relationship with Myanmar. But, because the major powers are also taking interest, China must work to make a strong relationship even stronger.
Construction and Operation of China-Myanmar Oil & Gas Pipeline: A Geopolitical-economic Analysis
The China-Myanmar Oil & Gas pipeline has not only brought enormous geopolitical interests for both China and Myanmar, but also changed the energy geopolitics pattern in Asia, especially in East […]
Rivalry and Cooperation: A New “Great Game” in Myanmar
Myanmar since its reform and opening up has become the locus for a new “Great Game” between the world’s major powers. This brings with it new challenges for China which […]
Sino-Pakistan Energy Corridor: Geopolitical and Geo-economic Thoughts
The Construction of the Silk Road Economic Belt has extraordinary significance to optimizing China’s diplomatic strategy and economic structure as well as reasonably tapping resources in the EurasianContinent. As an […]
Sino-India Overseas Energy Strategies- A Perspective of Geopolitics and Geo-economics
This book studies Sino-India overseas energy strategies from geo-political and geo-economic perspective in a comprehensive and systematic way. Based on the relationship between China’s and India’s economic development, energy needs […]
Recent Development Trends of Terrorism in Pakistan