Rachael Rudolph

Dr Rachael M Rudolph is Assistant Professor of Social Science at  Bryant University, Zhuhai, China.

She previously taught at Webster University’s Thailand campus, Emory & Henry College in Emory, Virginia, and West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. Dr Rudolph’s research focuses on Sino-American relations, US-North Korean relations, strategic security in the Asia Pacific region, and transnational crime (arms, drugs and human trafficking). She is the author of Counterterrorism in Saudi Arabia: New Approaches to Radical Threats, which is scheduled for release in Spring 2016 by I.B Tauris (London),  and the co-author of From Terrorism to Politics: The Transition of Resistance Movements to Political Parties, (London, Ashgate).