Kehan Wang

GCI Fellow and 2019 Summer in the Field Fellow

Education
PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, Boston University
MA, Laws in Diplomacy, China University of Political Science and Law
MA, International Relations, New York University

Kehan Wang is a Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow of the Global China Initiative (GCI) at the GDP Center and a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at BU. He received his B.A. in English (2011) and Master of Laws in Diplomacy (2013) from China University of Political Science and Law, and M.A. in International Relations (2015) from New York University. His research focuses on natural resource governance and conflict management in Latin America, China-Latin American relations, Chinese overseas investments in natural resource extraction. He is currently studying social conflicts around the Chinese owned Las Bambas copper mine in Peru, among other mega mining projects.

 

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