Lucie was a China Policy Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute. Lucie’s work intersects diplomacy, development and global governance.  


Lucie previously served the UN Representation Office to the EU in Brussels, contributing to UN-EU climate cooperation. She has also worked at the EU Delegation to China in Beijing, fostering China-EU climate and trade relations. She has also worked at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and taught at the University of Oxford and Sciences Po Paris. 

Lucie holds a doctorate in International Development from the University of Oxford, a master’s degree in International Relations from the LSE, and an undergraduate degree in French Studies from Renmin University of China.     

Key research interests 

  • EU-China relations
  • Sino-French relations 
  • International negotiation
  • International security and climate security 
  • International trade 
  • Sustainable development 


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China faces a golden opportunity to strengthen its climate leadership internationally in the areas of renewable energy, sustainable finance and innovation. Having already made important steps towards its climate goals domestically, the time is right for China to look globally, argues a new paper by leading policy advisors.  Read more

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