Miyeon Oh is a senior fellow at the Scowcroft Center and the Global Energy Center. Dr. Oh is also a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where she received her PhD. Her dissertation is entitled: Cross-Border Oil and Gas Pipelines: The Intersection of Politics, Geography, and Energy Markets. She has been selected as the 2017 Strategy and Policy fellow by the Smith Richardson Foundation, and was a foreign policy pre-doctoral research fellow at the Brookings Institutions. In addition, Dr. Oh has a significant background in public policy and international affairs from obtaining two masters degrees from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Yonsei University in Korea, as well as public sector experience with the United Nations and Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. She has published numerous articles including her recent issue brief, Sino-Russian Strategic Energy Ties featured in the Xinhua Silk Road Database, as well as Korea’s Role in Asian Energy Cooperation for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Korea as a Global Power report series. Her areas of expertise include energy security and geopolitics, energy-related infrastructure development and cross-border transactions in Asia and Eurasia, Sino-Russian energy relations, international political economy of energy, and changing economic architecture in the Asia-Pacific.