Speculation about India’s integration into the Asia Pacific is premature.
Vice-president of research, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Jeffrey Reeves is vice-president of research for the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. Prior to joining APF Canada, Reeves was the director of Asian studies at the United States Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Reeves has over 15 years direct experience living and working in Asia, including as an associate professor with the Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies in the United States, as a research fellow with Griffith University in Australia and as a university instructor at Peking University in the People’s Republic of China. Reeves has worked with the United Nations Development Program and World Wildlife Foundation in Beijing and as a Research Assistant with the London School of Economics and Political Science's (LSE) Asia Research Centre in London. Reeves served in the United States Peace Corps from 2001 to 2003 in Khovd, Mongolia. Reeves has published extensively on economics, politics, and security in Asia, including the books Chinese-Japanese Competition and the East Asian Security Complex: Vying for Influence (Routledge 2016), Chinese Foreign Relations with Weak Peripheral States: Asymmetrical Economic Power and Insecurity (Routledge 2015) and Non-Traditional Security in East Asia: A Regime Approach (Imperial College Press 2015). His articles have appeared in top peer-reviewed journals including The China Quarterly, Journal of Contemporary China, Asia Security, Pacific Review and Terrorism and Political Violence, among others. Reeves received his PhD from the LSE and his master’s degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Edinburgh.