Anthony LOH is a fellow at Vanderbilt University’s Center for U.S.-Japan Studies and Cooperation, where he is completing a two-volume work on Chinese and American approaches to hegemony. Loh received his PhD from the Hebrew University in Israel and served from 1995 to 1998 as diplomatic liaison for the Israeli foreign ministry. He was the first person ever to have been awarded John M. Olin fellowships at both Harvard (1998–1999) and Yale (1999–2000). In 2001–2002, Loh was a visiting scholar at Harvard University’s Fairbank Center for East Asian Research. Loh’s media commentaries (in English, Chinese, and Hebrew) have appeared variously on Channel NewsAsia, Singapore Radio International, Eruz Shta’im (Israel), Galei Tsahel (Israel), and elsewhere. His research fields include security and strategic studies, international relations theory, U.S.-China relations, cross-Strait relations, and East Asian security.