'Woody' Di Wu is currently a doctoral candidate in History. He studied International Politics(BA) at Renmin (People's) University of China and History of International Relations(MSc) at the London School of Economics & Political Science. His areas of interest include military history, history of international relations and warfare in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and strategic studies.
Chinese Riverine and Coastal Defence,1928-1945
The Chinese Navy in Peace and War: Nationalism Confronted Regionalism, 1927-1949
马岛战争期间英国交战规则的演变[J]. 国际政治研究,2016,37(05):129-147. [“The Evolution of British Rules of Engagement During the Falklands War,”the Journal of International Studies, peer-reviewed, CSSCI, 2016 Vol. 157, No.5, pp.129-147.]
“China Goes Global and its Impact on Local Governance,” presented at International Studies Association, Asia-Pacific Conference 2016, Hong Kong.
Winner of the Medlicott Prize for the best dissertation of the year at LSE 2016-2017.