Contributor: Dr. Selina Ho

Dr. Selina Ho

About Dr. Selina Ho

Dr. Selina Ho is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. She specializes in Chinese politics and foreign policy, with a focus on resource politics. She is most interested in water as a strategic resource. Her book manuscript comparing China's and India's approaches to public goods provision, focusing specifically on their municipal water sectors, is under review. She is also working on a project examining China's transboundary rivers. She has published peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters on this topic. In addition, Dr Ho is researching on China's infrastructural power – she is collaborating on a project focusing on China's efforts to build high-speed railways in Southeast Asia. Dr Ho received her Ph.D. from The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, where she also received a Masters in International Public Policy (Honours). She did her undergraduate studies at the National University of Singapore, graduating with a BA in History (Honours).

Sharing Rivers: China & Kazakhstan

China and Kazakhstan share 24 rivers. Dr. Selina Ho from the National University of Singapore reviews their history of transboundary river co-operation and why this relationship is more advanced than China’s river relations with India & the Mekong states … more



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