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Brice Lee Tseen Fu

Brice Lee Tseen Fu

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Brice Lee Tseen Fu, hailing from Brunei Darussalam, is a PhD candidate in International Politics at Fudan University (China), backed by the CSC Scholarship. He is also a Senior Researcher at the Faculty of Government, Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile).

Brice holds a master’s degree in politics, Governance, and Public Policy from the University of Sheffield as a Chevening Scholar, a Master’s in Management and Technology from Universiti Teknologi Brunei, and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Universiti Brunei Darussalam, both under the Brunei Darussalam Government Scholarship.

Beyond academia, Brice has undergone specialized diplomatic training. He has represented organizations at various ASEAN events.

Selected Publications

Ali, S., & Lee, T. F. B. (2022). Deterrence measure: A cause for promoting regional instability in South Asia. Chinese Journal of International Review, 04(02). https://doi.org/10.1142/s2630531322500081

Demeure, N., & Lee, B. T. F. (2023). Effect of the zero-covid policy on Chinese FDI inflows and government’s response: Has the pandemic led to distinctive paradigm change in China’s hypergrowth approach to development? Journal of Strategic and Global Studies, 6(2). https://doi.org/10.7454/jsgs.v6i2.1124

Lee, B. T. F., & Sims, J. P. (2023). Maslow’s hierarchy of needs: A framework for understanding China’s soes, smes and Decentralisation. China Report. https://doi.org/10.1177/00094455231187692

Sims, J. P., Lee, Y.-T., & Lee, B. T. F. (2023). New Chinese Economic Policy to Latin America? A QCA approach to the belt and road initiative. Chinese Political Science Review. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41111-023-00244-w

Yuan, C., & Lee, B. T. F. (2023). ASEAN in the Conflict Management of the Rohingya Crisis. Journal of Autonomy and Security Studies, 7, 39–60. https://doi.org/https://jass.ax/index.php/jass/article/view/82

Yuan, C., & Lee, B. T. F. (2023). Exploring China’s response to the Rohingya Crisis: A liberal perspective. Journal of Terrorism Studies, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.7454/jts.v5i1.1056

Yuan, C., & Lee, B. T. F. (2023). From Rivals to Partners: The Evolution of Environmental Cooperation among China, Japan and Korea. Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional, 25(1), 60–89. https://doi.org/10.7454/global.v25i1.1267

Areas of interest

  • International politics and  relations (focusing on ASEAN and LATAM regions)
  • Development Studies