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Stefanie Kam

Qualifications

BA (Reed College), MA (UChicago), MSc (RSIS, NTU)

Contact details

Supervisor(s) and panel members

Publications

Edited Books

Kam, S. and Gunaratna, R. (Eds.)(2016). Handbook of Terrorism in the Asia-Pacific London: World Scientific-Imperial College Press Insurgency Series.

Book Chapters

Kam, S. (2018). Uyghur Cross-border Movement into Southeast Asia: Between Resistance and Survival. In Michael Clarke (Eds.), Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in China, London: Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd.

Kam, S. (2017). China and the Threat of Terrorism. In Hoo Tiang Boon (Eds.), Chinese Foreign Policy Under Xi, London: Routledge.

Kam, S. (2016). Singapore’s Approach to Counter Terrorism and Extremism, Countering Daesh Extremism – European and Asian Responses, Singapore: Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

General Publications, Commentaries and Op-eds

Kam, S. 2018, Xinjiang and the Stability ParadoxThe Diplomat, August 16.

Kam, S. 2015, Thailand’s Uyghur Refugees: Implications for Southeast Asia RSIS Commentaries, July 29.

Kam, S. and Sugara, R. 2014, Indonesian and Malaysian IS Supporters: Need for ‘Soft’ Approach East Asia Forum, September 26.

Kam, S. and Poudel, S. 2014, Sino-Indian border dispute: Better left dormant RSIS Commentaries, July 17.

Employment history

Guest Lecturer for the following course: NSPO8025: Terrorism and National Security [Sem 2, AY2018]

Teaching Assistant for the following courses: POLS3036: International Terrorism [Sem 2, AY 2017]; STST1001: Introduction to International Security [Sem 1, AY2018]; NSPO8019: Sectarianism and Religiously Motivated Violence [Sem 1, AY2018]

Mailing address

Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
Lennox Crossing
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia

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