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Sabine Mokry’s research focuses on the domestic sources of China’s foreign and security policy as well as on Chinese activities on the African continent. She also supports the Vice President Research in coordinating the institute’s research activities. Before joining MERICS, she conducted research on China-India relations and the role of emerging powers in the global order at the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) in Hamburg. At Berlin’s Free University, she participated in research projects on Chinese foundations and on relations between China and Latin America. She studied International Relations and China Studies in Berlin and Passau with semesters abroad in Oxford and Geneva. She published one master thesis on the International Relations discipline in China and another one on the role of sources in foreign reporting about China. She spent a year at Nanjing University and after that gained practical experiences working at the Beijing Civil Society Development Research Center.
China's Emergence as a Global Security Actor: Strategies for Europe, MERICS Paper on China No 4, July 2017. (with Mikko Huotari, Jan Gaspers, Thomas S. Eder, Helena Legarda)
How the Belt and Road Initiative globalizes China’s national security policy, November 15, 2016.
Whose Voices Shape China’s Global Image? Links Between Reporting Conditions and Quoted Sources in News about China, in: Journal of Contemporary China, March 31, 2017.
Is the Belt and Road Initiative Globalizing China’s National Security Policy?, in: The Diplomat, 17 October 2016.
Chinese International Relations (IR) Scholars’ Publishing Practices and Language: The ‘Peaceful Rise’—Debate, in: Globalizing International Relations: Scholarship Amidst Divides and Diversity, pp. 135-163, 2016.
Feindliche Freunde? Die indisch-chinesische Konkurrenz und Kooperation, in: Asien GIGA Focus, December 2011.