Rongrong Liu

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS)
Research Associate

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS)

Rongrong Liu has organized a series of nongovernmental exchange programs between the U.S. and China on nonproliferation and strategic trade control issues, and is leading an effort to create a U.S.-China New Relation Colloquium (NRC) at CITS. She works with international businesses to improve their internal compliance programs and provides training to educate industries regarding the importance of compliance.

Education
  • M.A., University of Georgia, Economics
  • M.S., University of Georgia, Internet Technology
  • Ph.D. (In Progress), University of Georgia, International Affairs
More About

Rongrong Liu is a Research Associate at the Center for International Trade and Security. Her research focus is the strategic trade control and compliance program. She has written on the issues of U.S.-China strategic trade control cooperation, government policies in promoting industry compliance program and nonproliferation regimes. Ms. Liu organized a series of nongovernmental exchange programs between the U.S. and China on nonproliferation and strategic trade control issues. She is leading an effort to create a U.S.-China New Relation Colloquium (NRC) at CITS. She works with international businesses to improve their internal compliance programs and provides training to educate industries regarding the importance of compliance.

Prior to joining the CITS team, Ms. Liu worked at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia. She ran training programs on the subject of public administration. Ms. Liu is also involved with the Georgia China Alliance, an Atlanta based nonprofit organization established in 2005. The mission is to promote the business relationship between Georgia and China. She has successfully organized dozens of business events to help connect businesses, better understand respective markets, regulatory requirements and business code of conducts.

Ms. Liu is a native of Beijing and graduated from the University of Georgia with two Master degrees in Economics and Internet Technology. She is currently pursuing a doctor degree in International Relations.

Research Interests
  • Strategic trade control and compliance
  • U.S.-China strategic trade cooperation
  • Government policies promoting industry compliance