Andrew Small

Transatlantic Fellow at German Marshall Fund of the United States

Andrew Small joined the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) in 2006 and coordinates GMF's new strand of work on Asia and transatlantic relations, with a focus on China. He previously worked as the Director of the Foreign Policy Centre's Beijing office and ran the Centre's 'China and Globalisation' program, which was launched by Tony Blair and Wen Jiabao in May 2004. He has been a Columnist for Global Times, China's international affairs daily, and a Visiting Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His most recent focus has been on China's relationships with problem states, with particular concentration on Burma/Myanmar, Sudan, Iran, North Korea, and Zimbabwe. He is currently researching China's role in Afghanistan and Pakistan. He has been published in Foreign Affairs, the New York Times, and the International Herald Tribune and has testified to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission and the European Parliament. As well as his work on China he has advised European governments on public diplomacy strategy and was an ESU scholar in the office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy in the summer of 2001.