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Amanda Huan is an Associate Research Fellow at the Centre for Multilateralism Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) of Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Before joining RSIS, she was a consultant at a private consultancy firm where she dealt with research and advisory work for corporates and non-profit organisations such as Enactus Singapore and the Singapore Chinese Orchestra. Her research interests include international and public affairs, political psychology, and international organisations. Amanda possesses a BA in Psychology/Criminology from Adams State College and an undergraduate honours degree in Communication Studies and Psychology from NTU. She completed her MSc in International Relations at RSIS.
Areas of Expertise
- Political Psychology
- Organisational Behaviour
- International Organisations
- Reputation Management
Kinmen at the Crossroads: A Balancing Act?
18 September, 2019
CO18125 | Understanding and Addressing Inequality
24 July, 2018
CO18008 | Trump’s Tweets vs. Actual Policy
18 January, 2018
CO16097 | US Presidential Election: If Southeast Asia Could Vote
28 April, 2016
CO14253 | China’s Peaceful Rise: Till When?
29 December, 2014
Bulletins and Newsletters
- Pascal Vennesson, Amanda Huan, “The General’s Intuition: Overconfidence, Pattern Matching, and the Inchon Landing Decision,” Armed Forces & Society 2017 http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0095327X17738771
- Amanda Huan and Ralf Emmers, "What explains the success of preventive diplomacy in Southeast Asia?", Global Change, Peace & Security, Vol. 28, 5 December 2016, pp. 1-17
Last updated on 26/03/2019