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Kerry Lynn Nankivell

Professor
Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies

Kerry Lynn S. Nankivell joined DKI APCSS in 2008. She is a maritime security specialist with broad expertise in the Asian littoral. Her writing has appeared in leading publications including Asian Security, Ocean Development and International Law, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Foreign Policy and The Diplomat. She has contributed to six major publications, including her edited volume published with Routledge in 2017.

Biography

Kerry Lynn S. Nankivell joined DKI APCSS in 2008. She is a maritime security specialist with
broad expertise in the Asian littoral. She has published on maritime issues including the South
China Sea disputes, naval modernization, piracy and other non-traditional challenges. She takes a leading role in DKI APCSS' maritime programming, in Honolulu and around Asia from Vladivostok to Mumbai.
Prof. Nankivell came to the DKI APCSS from the Canadian Forces' Pacific Headquarters in Victoria, B.C., where she served on the staff of Commander, Maritime Forces Pacific. She holds a B.A. (University of British Columbia) and MPhil (Cambridge University). Her writing has appeared in leading publications including Asian Security, Asia Pacific Defense Forum, Ocean Development and International Law, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Journal of the Australian Naval Institute, Canadian Naval Review, Foreign Policy and The Diplomat. She has contributed to major publications: From APEC 2011 to APEC 2012 (2012), Issues for Engagement (2009), Understanding Global Terror (2007), and Why Japan Matters (2005). Her first edited volume, Chinese-Japanese Competition in the East Asian Security Complex: Vying for Influence will be released in 2017.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Maritime Security, Seapower, Asian International Relations, Strategy and Decision-Making

Books

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Articles

National Bureau of Asian Research

Follow the Fish


Published: Jun 02, 2017 by National Bureau of Asian Research
Authors: Nankivell, Kerry Lynn
Subjects: Military & Security Studies, Asian Studies

This article reviews the policy responses available to external stakeholders in the wake of the landmark UN Tribunal Award in the Philippines v. China case related to the South China Sea disputes.

Asia Policy

The Stories Nations Tell, in three voices


Published: Jun 02, 2017 by Asia Policy
Authors: Nankivell, Kerry Lynn
Subjects: Military & Security Studies, Asian Studies

This article reviews three publications on naval strategy related to the South China Sea, whose comparative strengths and weaknesses underline the importance of isolating strategy from both politicized history or International Relations claims abstracted from material fact.