William Chou is the George P. Shultz Fellow at the Reagan Institute. He earned his Ph.D. in history at The Ohio State University, where his research focused on diplomacy, trade, and technology.His book manuscript project examines the postwar U.S.-Japanese alliance from the perspective of Japanese consumer exports and how they reconfigured bilateral security, economic, and cultural relations. He is also currently working on a chapter, "So My Son Won't Become a Soybean Farmer," for an edited volume on American capitalism in the twentieth century, addressing transpacific trade and knowledge transfer during the 1970s and 1980s.Prior to arriving at the Reagan Institute, William was an American in the World postdoctoral fellow at the Clements Center at UT-Austin and a foreign research scholar at the University of Tokyo. He has received fellowships from the Fulbright-Hays Foundation, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Nippon Foundation. Previously, William worked at the Army's Center for Military History and the Institute for Defense Analyses, where he researched on projects concerning the Iraq War, interagency intelligence coordination, and capabilities-based defense planning. He received his B.A. in history from Yale University, where he worked as Paul Kennedy's research assistant on his book, Parliament of Man.
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