Chu Duy Ly
Chu Duy Ly is a lecturer in the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, a member university of Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City (USSH – VNU HCM). He received his B.A. in International Relations from USSH – VNU HCM and earned his M.A. in International Studies at USSH – VNU in Hanoi. He was the representative for Vietnam in the “Professional Fellows On-Demand: Building Think Tank Influence and Effectiveness Exchange Program” held in the U.S. (2016) and in the “Ship for Southeast Asian and Japanese Youth Program” (2011). He has also participated in research activities and programs at the Center for Khmer Studies, the Global Seasonal School of the Free University of Berlin, Mindanao Peace-building Institute, and the Elliot School of International Affairs (GWU).
He teaches Introduction to IR, Theory of IR, Introduction to Conflict and Security in IR, Global Issues, and Contemporary International Politics, which are also his research interests. His current research at NUS demonstrates the ways large technical systems, connecting hubs, regions and markets, translate into a leadership position and influence for Japan and China in South-East Asia from a comparative perspective.