Professor Evelyn Goh

Academic Visitor

Shedden Professor of Strategic Policy Studies, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre

Director, Southeast Asia Institute, College of Asia and the Pacific

Distinguished Professor, The Australian National University

Evelyn Goh is a scholar of International Relations and international security, in theory and practice. She is a regional specialist whose areas of research span China, the United States, Northeast Asia, and Southeast Asia. She has published four major books with leading university presses and many peer-reviewed academic articles, including in leading journals of four cognate disciplines. Since joining the ANU in 2013, she has led strategic initiatives to translate scholarly research into policy engagement and strategic literacy for Australian Defence; to bolster ANU’s status as an international hub for Asian security research and training; and to mentor women and minority postgraduates and early-career researchers. Evelyn has served on the World Economic Forum’s Global Futures Council on International Security. In 2022, she was elected to Fellowships in both the British Academy and the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.

Key books include:


Key articles include:

‘Nixon, Kissinger, and the ‘Soviet Card’ in the US Opening to China, 1971-4’, Diplomatic History 29:3, June 2005, pp.475-5