Selina Ho is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. She researches and teaches Chinese politics and foreign policy, and the international relations of Asia. She has published peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters on China’s relations with South, Southeast, and Central Asia, focusing on the politics of water and infrastructure development. Her book, Thirsty Cities: Social Contracts and Public Goods Provision in China and India (Cambridge University Press), is forthcoming.

Last Updated: June 12, 2018



How Is the Coronavirus Outbreak Affecting China’s Relations with Its Asian Neighbors?

Tanvi Madan, Daniel S. Markey & more
How has China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic—inside and outside of China—affected perceptions of China among countries in Asia? And how might this shape future policy toward China, or the regional policy landscape more broadly?



One Year After They Almost Went to War, Can China and India Get Along?

Joel Wuthnow, Selina Ho & more
One year ago, the Chinese and Indian armies faced off at Doklam, a disputed Himalayan area on the border between China, India, and the tiny kingdom of Bhutan. While the two sides didn’t go to war over the border as they did in 1962, tensions were...