Matthew C.J. Rudolph, Ph.D.
I'm currently teaching politics at the Georgetown University (Washington
D.C.). My work is based on the premise that security should be broadly defined
to encompass economy, international society, military security, and technology.
My qualitative research approach blends international and domestic factors,
emphasizing political institutions, political elites, and international-based
dynamics. At Ubuntu at Work, I advise as Senior Consultant and member of development committee. At MGI Research, I provide research and advisory on technology and regulatory and political risk in Asia
Research Teaching and Consulting Interests
South and East Asia (India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, China, Tibet); Comparative and International Political Economy; Finance; Trade; Inequality; Foreign Policy; Comparative Politics; Grand Strategy; Technology; Sovereignty; Nationalism.
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