Daniel Duchaine is a researcher specializing in international relations and space governance. He holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where he concentrated on US-China competition, international security, and the space domain. Daniel’s academic portfolio also includes an International Security Certificate from Harvard University and a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Dickinson College. His professional experience spans diverse roles from government relations to special education, offering unique perspectives on space policy. He’s known for his ability to combine in-depth research, strategic analysis, and effective communication skills. With proficiency in Mandarin and Japanese, Daniel brings an international outlook to his work in space governance.