Frances Kitt is a Research Associate in the International Security and East Asia Programs at the Lowy Institute. Her work focuses on foreign policy, politics, and geoeconomics in Northeast Asia, with a focus on China and Korea. Before joining the Lowy Institute, Kitt gained professional experience working in China and North Korea on cultural affairs and in London at Asia House. She holds a Master of Philosophy in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Cambridge and studied on scholarships at Seoul National University, National Cheng Kung University, and Beijing Normal University.

Last Updated: May 11, 2018



Do American Companies Need to Take a Stance on Taiwan?

J. Michael Cole, Frances Kitt & more
China’s airline regulator recently sent a letter to 36 international air carriers requiring them to remove from their websites references implying that Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau are not part of China. In a surprisingly direct May 5 statement, the...