Rush Doshi is a Ph.D. candidate and Raymond Vernon Fellow in Harvard’s doctoral program in Government. 

He is also Special Advisor to the CEO of the Asia Group, Research Director for the McCain Institute Kissinger Fellowship Series on U.S.-China Relations, and an Adjunct Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. Doshi’s research focuses on Chinese and Indian security policy and he is proficient in Mandarin and Hindi. His doctoral research uses authoritative Mandarin-language primary sources to investigate whether China has had a post-Cold War grand strategy coordinated across military, political, and economic instruments. 

Doshi’s research has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, and The Washington Post, among other publications. Previously, he was a member of the Asia Policy Working Group for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, an analyst at Long Term Strategy Group, an analyst at Rock Creek Global Advisors, and an Arthur Liman Fellow at the Department of State. He was previously a Fulbright Fellow in Yunnan, China for one year. He received his M.A. from Harvard University in Government and his B.A. from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School (summa cum laude) with a minor in East Asian Studies.

Last Updated: June 25, 2018



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