Samantha Lu is a research assistant with the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Her research interests include China’s internal politics, as well as Chinese foreign policy and military power. Previously, she was a research intern with the China Power Project. Prior to joining CSIS, she interned with the U.S. embassy in Warsaw and the Council on Foreign Relations, where she supported public affairs and programming. Samantha holds a BA with honors in international relations from the University of Southern California.
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CCP Inc. in Argentina: China’s International Space Industry Engagement
Report by Samantha Lu , Briana Boland , and Lily McElwee — January 24, 2023
China’s 20th Party Congress Report: Doubling Down in the Face of External Threats
Commentary by Bonny Lin , Brian Hart , Matthew P. Funaiole , and Samantha Lu — October 19, 2022
Taiwan’s Semiconductor Dominance: Implications for Cross-Strait Relations and the Prospect of Forceful Unification
Blog Post by Gregory Arcuri and Samantha Lu — March 22, 2022