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Dr. Laila Suriya Ahmad Apandi is a senior lecturer attached with the Department of International Affairs, School of International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia. She obtained her first degree in Political Science with minor in Business Administration from the University of Denver. Then, she pursued her masters in International Studies and Diplomacy from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Her PhD was from University of Leeds in which she examined the EU’s normative power in Southeast Asia with reference to its promotion of regional economic integration and cooperation, and human rights. She has taught several courses at undergraduate level such as Comparative Politics, Politics and Business, International Political Economy, Politics of International Trade, Malaysia’s Political Economy, Regional Political Economy, Political and Economic Risk Analysis, Politics of International Financial Institution and Market, Seminar on International Affairs and Politics of Southeast Asia; as well as at post-graduate level; International Political Economy and Political Economy and Development. Her research interests include International relations, regionalism – comparative regionalism, interregionalism, ASEAN and EU studies, and non-state actors - civil society and non-governmental organisations. Her current researches are on gig economy including e-hailing drivers and food couriers, green human capital development, refugees in Malaysia, employability skills in millennia age, ASEAN as a foreign policy actor, Malaysia's international image and teaching in politics.
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