Rosemary Foot Keynote Speaker
- Expert on International Security and US-Chinese Relations
- Influential author, "China, the United States, and Global Order" (2010)
- Fellow of the British Academy
Rosemary Foot's Biography
Professor Rosemary Foot is an internationally renowned expert and influential author on international security and US-Chinese relations. She is currently Professor of International Relations, and the John Swire Senior Research Fellow at St Anthony’s College, Oxford University.
Rosemary’s academic career began at the University of Sussex, where from 1985-87 she was Sub Dean of the School of English and American Studies. In 1990 she moved to Oxford and has been a fellow there ever since.
She has been a Fulbright Scholar at the East Asian Institute Columbia University (1981-82); a visiting exchange scholar at the People’s University in Beijing (1986); visiting fellow at the centre for International Studies, Princeton (1997); visiting Kiriyama Professor for Pacific Rim Studies, University of San Francisco (2002); visiting Kennedy School of government, Harvard University (2006) and has been a visiting Professor of Strategic Studies at the S.Rajarathnam School, Singapore. As well as being a Fellow of St Antony’s, she is a member of the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford.
She has published a number of influential books including “China, the United States, and Global Order” (Cambridge University Press, 2010), “Does China Matter?” (Routledge, 2004) and “Rights Beyond Borders” (Oxford University Press, 2000).