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Tan Ming Hui is an Associate Research Fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University. Prior to her appointment at RSIS, she worked as an Associate Librarian at the National Library Board (Singapore). Her research interests include Japan’s foreign policy, international relations of East Asia, and the politics of war, memory and history. She completed her undergraduate studies in Japanese Studies at the National University of Singapore and her postgraduate degree in International Relations at RSIS.
Areas of Expertise
- Japan’s Foreign Policy
- International Relations of East Asia
- Politics of War, Memory, and History
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17 October, 2017
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- Tan, Ming Hui and Neubronner, Stephanie. "Stabilising Industrial Relations" in Remembering S R Nathan: A Mentor For All Seasons, edited by Mushahid Ali and Kumar Ramakrishna, 177-182. Singapore: World Scientific, 2017.
Last updated on 28/11/2017