Adam Ni is a China researcher with over a decade of experience advising governments, corporations, think tanks, and the media on China-related issues. His expertise includes China's foreign policy, political economy, and security issues. He is currently a China researcher at the the Department of Security Studies and Criminology at Macquarie University in Sydney. His current projects focus on China's military modernisation, strategic deterrence and party-military relations. Previously, he was a policy advisor at the Australian Treasury, and a researcher at the Australian Centre on China in the world. His writings on China have appeared in a wide range of academic, policy, and popular publications, including the Australian Journal of International Affairs, Security Challenges, China Brief, The Diplomat, and The strategists. He is also a frequent commentator on China for the international media, including the New York Times, Reuters, Bloomberg, Financial Times, CNN, ABC News, and the South China Morning Post.