Ayumi Teraoka

Position
Graduate Fellow
Bio/Description

 

Ayumi Teraoka

Ayumi Teraoka is a Ph.D. candidate in public and international affairs at Princeton University. Her research focuses on alliance politics in the Indo-Pacific region. In her dissertation, she investigates the interaction of U.S. alliance management and China’s alliance wedging efforts from historical and contemporary perspectives. Prior to enrolling at Princeton, Ayumi worked at the Council on Foreign Relations and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. She holds an M.A. in public and international affairs from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, an M.A. in Asian studies from Georgetown University, and a B.A. in law from Keio University. Her writing has appeared in Foreign Policy, Japan Times, The Diplomat, and Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs among others.