Lucille Greer is a Schwarzman Fellow at the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and the United States. She has conducted policy research in both the Middle East and China. Her current research project with the Wilson Center is entitled “Bridging the Gulf: China’s Navigation of the Saudi-Iranian Rivalry.” Her interests include authoritarianism, security, intervention policy, sectarianism, and American and Chinese foreign policy. She has published research with the Wilson Center’s Middle East Program, West Point’s Modern War Institute, and The Diplomat. Lucille has a Master’s degree in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University.
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