Annie Hsu

Research Assistant: Changing Global Orders
International Relations Network
Nuffield College
DPhil International Relations

Annie is a DPhil in International Relations candidate at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, co-supervised by Professor Edward Keene and Professor Todd Hall. Her research examines China in international society in the early twentieth century, particularly China's diplomatic engagement in the League of Nations and China's contestation of sovereignty and international order. Her broader research interests include the history of international organisations, historical international order, and the history of modern China. Her research is generously funded by the Clarendon Scholarship and Nuffield College. She currently serves as Research Assistant to the Changing Global Orders Programme at the Oxford Martin School and the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford.

Annie is from Toronto, Canada. Prior to the DPhil, Annie graduated from the MPhil in International Relations with distinction at Oxford. Before coming to Oxford, Annie received a BA in International Relations and in History, summa cum laude and with distinction in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was a Phi Beta Kappa inductee. She is professionally proficient in Mandarin and she is working towards advanced proficiency in French.

Annie previously interned in the Office of Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs. She also previously worked as an advisor to Canada’s Ambassador for Women, Peace and Security.