Dr. Miyeon Oh is director and senior fellow of the Asia Security Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and a visiting scholar at John Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, where she received her PhD. 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 Institution. Additionally, Dr. Oh has a significant background in public policy and international affairs with master’s degrees from both the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Yonsei University in Korea, and public-sector experience with the United Nations and Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. She has published numerous articles, including “How Energy Infrastructure is Shaping Geopolitics in East Asia” at the World Economic Forum “Sino-Russian Strategic Energy Ties,” an issue brief featured in the Xinhua Silk Road Database, and “Korea’s role in Asian Energy Cooperation,” a report published as part of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ series on Korea as a Global Power. Her areas of expertise include energy security and geopolitics, infrastructure development and digital connectivity in the Indo-Pacific, changing economic architecture in the Asia-Pacific, Sino-Russian relations, US-China strategic competition/cooperation and the Belt Road Initiative.