Dr. Chiew-Ping HOO is Senior Lecturer in Strategic Studies and International Relations at the National University of Malaysia (UKM). She is concurrently co-founder and co-convener of the East Asia and International Relations (EAIR) Caucus at UKM, and Council Fellow 2020-2021, Global Future Council on the Korean Peninsula at the World Economic Forum. She was previously Korea Foundation Fellow at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia 2019-2020, Shangri-la Dialogue’s Southeast Asian Young Leaders Programme (SEAYLP) Associate Research Fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS-Asia) in Singapore (2018), Academy of Korean Studies (AKS) research fellow in 2011, and Korea Foundation Field Research Fellow at Seoul National University in 2010. While her main research focus is on the Korean peninsula security, she also works on the security and economic linkages between Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia, and external powers’ influence (US, China, Japan, Korea, Australia) in East Asia. Hoo received her PhD in Politics and International Relations from La Trobe University, Australia.