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Benjamin Toettoe

Research Fellow

Benjamin Toettoe is a Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science at the University of Montreal. Previously, he completed a B.A. in Quantitative Economics and Politics at New York University and an M.A. in Comparative Economics and Policy at UCL. His main research focuses on the field of International Relations and the constraining effects of economic flows from China on the foreign policy orientations of recipient states. Some of his recent research projects have specifically examined the effects of projects funded through the Belt and Road Initiative on local public opinion and the sources of domestic actors' foreign policy preferences on questions related to China. Research interests: Foreign policy analysis, China's foreign relations, public opinion, domestic factors in foreign policy

Contact
toettoe@ceias.eu

Written Articles

China’s challenge to the Western-led international order
CEIAS Papers Jun 6, 2024
China’s challenge to the Western-led international order

Richard Turcsányi, Benjamin Toettoe, James Iocovozzi, Kristina Kironska

Public attitudes in Taiwan-V4 relations: Solid basis, space for improvement
CEIAS Papers Mar 6, 2023
Public attitudes in Taiwan-V4 relations: Solid basis, space for improvement

Kristina Kironska, Richard Turcsányi, Benjamin Toettoe, James Iocovozzi

Trans-Atlantic public opinion on China: Great power competition amidst Russian invasion of Ukraine
CEIAS Papers Dec 12, 2022
Trans-Atlantic public opinion on China: Great power competition amidst Russian invasion of Ukraine

Richard Turcsányi, Alfred Gerstl, Kristina Kironska, Klára Dubravčíková, James Iocovozzi, Peter Gries, Matej Šimalčík, Benjamin Toettoe, Diya Jiang

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