Junior Researcher

Gregory Tiberghien-Romer

Gregory Tiberghien-Romer holds a postgraduate degree in Economics and International Relations from the University of East Anglia (UEA) and a Bachelor’s degree in Politics. Gregory is interested in the topics of EU-China relations, demographic developments in Asia, geopolitics in Asia, and electoral malpractice.

Gregory´s primary field of research is centred around electoral studies, with a focus on participation, turnout and malpractice in newly formed states such as those in Central Asia. He has written articles on topics such as water scarcity in China, elections in Uzbekistan as well as the EU’s Indo-Pacific strategy.