Hao Chen is the Henry Chauncey ’57 Postdoctoral Fellow in International Security Studies, part of the Jackson School of Global Affairs at Yale University. He has published articles on International History Review, Cold War History, and Journal of Southeast Asia Studies. He is currently working on his first book (in collaboration with Cornell University Press) that examines China-Taiwan rivalry in the Third World for the legitimacy of representing an anti-imperial Chinese state during the early Cold War, amid the movement of Asian-African Internationalism for national liberation and postcolonial state building. Hao specializes in twentieth century international history of East Asia, with emphasis on China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong in the post-1945 period. He was the recipient of 2019-2020 Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Doctoral Fellowship and had previously held visiting positions in the Institute of Modern History at Academia Sinica (Taiwan), the History Department at National University of Singapore, and the Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) at Australian National University. Prior to his postdoc at Yale, Hao completed a MA at McGill University and a PhD at University of Cambridge, both in History.