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Luwei Rose Luqiu
Luwei Rose Luqiu has been a journalist for twenty years and is currently a PhD student at College of Communications of Pennsylvania State University. Her research interests involve censorship, propaganda and social movement in authoritarian regimes.
Testing the Line: A Personal Reflection on How to Be a Journalist in China
Matthew Brazil
Matthew Brazil, Ph.D. is a non-resident Fellow at The Jamestown Foundation. He worked in Asia for over 20 years as a soldier, U.S. diplomat, and a corporate security manager, and is currently the San Francisco Bay Area representative of I-OnAsia, the Hong Kong business security firm. With Peter Mattis, he is the co-author of a work on Chinese intelligence operations to be published in 2018 by the Naval Institute Press.
Thinking the Unthinkable: Are American Organizations in China Ready for a Serious Crisis?
Phelim Kine
Phelim Kine is a deputy director in Human Rights Watch’s Asia Division. Kine worked as a journalist for more than a decade in China, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Taiwan prior to joining Human Rights Watch in April 2007. He has written extensively on human rights issues including military impunity, corruption, child sex tourism, religious intolerance and illegal land confiscation.
Is Duterte's War on Drugs Migrating to Indonesia?
Dallas Rogers, Jacqueline Nelson and Alexandra Wong
Dr Dallas Rogers is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at The University of Sydney. Dr Jacqueline Nelson is a Chancellor’s Post Doctoral Research Fellow within the Social and Political Science at the University of Technology Sydney. Dr Alexandra Wong is a Research Fellow within the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University.
The Politics of Chinese Real Estate Investment in Sydney
Nan Li
Nan Li is Visiting Senior Research Fellow at East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore.
China's Southern Theater Command: The PLA's Evolving Maritime Strategy
Jackie Sheehan
Professor Jackie Sheehan joined the School of Asian Studies at University College Cork in September 2013, having spent the previous ten years as Associate Professor in Contemporary Chinese Studies in the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies at Nottingham University, and before that lecturing in Chinese and East Asian history at the universities of Nottingham and Keele.
Persecuted (Almost) to the End: China, Let Liu Xiaobo Leave
Lynda Lim.
Lynda Lim is Research Director based at ASLI Centre for Public Policy Studies (CPPS) in Malaysia. She provides strategic and technical direction on issues based research and knowledge management.
Malaysia, How Deep is Your Love? Support for Female Leaders Only Goes So Far
Pongphisoot Busbarat
Pongphisoot Busbarat is Visiting Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute and Research Affiliate at Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, University of Sydney.
Can Bangkok Wean Itself Off Beijing?
Nie Riming
Nie Riming is a researcher at Shanghai Institute of Finance and Law, a think tank.
Chinese Cities Should Open Their Gates to the Children of Migrants
Nicholas Thomas
Nicholas Thomas is an Associate Professor in the Department of Asian and International Studies, City University of Hong Kong.
The Rise of China Through the Eyes of China
Justin Reeves
Justin Reeves is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Southern Methodist University.
This Weekend's Snap Election in Japan Explained
Truong-Minh Vu
Truong-Minh Vu is a director of the Center for International Studies (SCIS) and Vice Dean of the Faculty of International Relations at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Ho Chi Minh City. His research interests encompass international and strategic relations of Southeast Asia.
ASEAN's China Shift Puts Vietnam on Coast Guard
Jane W. Wang
Jane W. Wang works on engaging interdisciplinary dialogue around social and environmental implications in innovating the future. Born in Taiwan and raised in the United States, she applies a bilingual and bicultural lens with a background in sociology, international relations, business development, coaching, facilitation, and intercultural training and consulting.  She is founder of the community Build Great Bridges Around Taiwan (BGBAT) and is working on its next phase.  
Can We Pull Taiwan Out of Its Identity Crisis?
Ed Jones
Ed Jones is a graduate of the LSE and a PhD Candidate in History at the University of Cambridge, with a focus on early modern Spain.
REVIEW: The Chinese Typewriter: A History
Murray Ackman
Murray Ackman is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP), an independent non-partisan non-profit research institute. He has worked at IEP since early 2014, where he leads IEP’s work on terrorism and measuring Sustainable Development Goal 16 on peace, justice and strong institutions. He has presented and lectured on terrorism at a variety of conferences and universities including the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development, the University of Oxford and the University of Sydney. Prior to IEP, he worked on policy for the Salvation Army Australia and as a management consultant. He holds a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts (Hons I) and won the university prize in Politics and International Relations from the University of NSW.
Countering ISIS in the Pacific
Gong Luyao
Gong Luyao works in brand development at Maxsine Art Education International, a Shanghai-based education company.
Young Chinese Students Start to Shun STEM Subjects
Du Peipei
Du Peipei holds a Ph.D. degree in sociology from Hohai University in Nanjing.
China Is Trialing a Market-based Approach to Dealing with Illegal Structures
Abdul-Gafar Tobi Oshodi
I am currently a doctoral researcher at the Centre for Research on Peace and Development (CRPD), University of Leuven, Belgium. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Lagos State University and two Masters’ Degrees in Public and International Affairs (MPIA) and in Political Science from the University of Lagos and University of Ibadan respectively; all in Nigeria. I am also a trained journalist with over five-year experience at Vanguard newspapers in Nigeria, and I taught undergraduate courses in the Department of Political Science at Lagos State University for six years. My overarching research interest, broadly defined, encapsulates the ‘development question’ as it relates to Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. Having interrogated aspects of Sino-Africa political and economic relations in this regard, my current research speaks to the (dis)connections between national youth service and nation/peace building in Nigeria and Ghana. I am a fellow of the Social Science Research Council’s (SSRC) Next Generation of Social Sciences in Africa program.
Has Nigeria Truly Forsaken Taiwan?