Currently based in the D.C. area, Ms. Astrid Stuth Cevallos is a Research Assistant at the RAND Corporation, where she works on projects related to international security and China’s foreign policy. She has researched Chinese perspectives on behavior in cyberspace and is interested in global governance issues, including the need for norms governing cyberspace and the pivotal role of the U.S.-China relationship in shaping those norms.

A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Cevallos received her AB in East Asian Studies magna cum laude from Princeton University and earned an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford, where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar. She first developed an interest in Chinese culture, language, and politics while living and studying at Li Po Chun United World College in Hong Kong; later, she lived in Beijing, where she honed her Chinese skills as a Boren Scholar at the Inter-University Program for Chinese Language Studies and interned at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy.


Astrid Stuth
Research Assistant, RAND Corporation

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