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Ph.D. Reuben WONG Associate Professor, Political Science Department and Director of Studies, CAPT - College of Alice and Peter Tan, NUS - National University of Singapore

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1993-1994 Country Officer i/c ASEAN-US dialogue, ASEAN Free-Trade Area, Vietnam and Philippines, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore
1995-1998 First Secretary and Deputy Chief of Mission (covering France, Switzerland, Spain, Israel), Embassy of the Republic of Singapore, Paris, France
 Awarded NUS Overseas Graduate Scholarship to pursue Masters and PhD in European Politics/International Relations (on study leave Sep 1999-Dec 2003, Oxford & London)
1999 Senior Tutor, European Studies Programme (Political Science from July 2001)
2001 Political Science Department, NUS - National University of Singapore
2004 Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, NUS - National University of Singapore
2006-2010 Deputy Convenor, International Studies Programme, NUS - National University of Singapore
2008-2009 Assistant Head, Political Science Department, NUS - National University of Singapore
2012 Associate Professor, Political Science Department, NUS - National University of Singapore; Director of Studies NUS - National University of Singapore & CAPT - College of Alice and Peter Tan

Memberships

SIIA - Singapore Institute for International Affairs
European Union Centre, Singapore
UACES - University Association for Contemporary European Studies
ISA - International Studies Association

Publications

The Europeanization of French Foreign Policy: France and the EU in East Asia, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
Wong, R., Hill, C. (eds.): National and European Foreign Policies: Towards Europeanization, London and New York: Routledge, 2011
Model power or reference point?: The EU and the ASEAN Charter, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 25/4 (Dec): 669-682., 2012
The issue of Identity in the EU-China relationship, Politique Européenne 39, pp.117-143., 2013

Awards

Special Book Prize for Political Science, Singapore, 1993
Overseas Graduate Scholarship, NUS - National University of Singapore, 1999-2003
Fulbright Visiting Scholar, The Stimson Center Washington, D.C., 2009