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Scott N. Romaniuk, Tobias J. Burgers and Shih-Yueh Yang
Scott N. Romaniuk is a PhD Researcher in the School of International Studies, University of Trento. He is the Editor of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Modern War (2015) and The Palgrave Handbook of Global Counterterrorism Policy (2017). Tobias J. Burgers is a Doctoral Researcher at the Otto Suhr Institute, Free University Berlin, from which he holds a Master’s in Political Science. Dr. Shih-Yueh Yang received his PhD from National Chengchi University. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of International Affairs and Business, Nanhua University.
Japan’s Indigenous Weapons Development and Regional Defense Cooperation
Tim Reilly and Kun-Chin Lin
Dr Kun-Chin Lin is Director of the Centre for Rising Powers, University of Cambridge. Tim Reilly is a PhD candidate at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge and the Founder of Arctic Advisory Group, an Arctic Risk Management and Research consultancy.
The Russian Variable in Post-Brexit UK Foreign Relations with China, the US and EU
Alexis Dudden
Alexis Dudden is Professor of Japanese History at the University of Connecticut.
Nippon Kaigi and Abe's Education Scandal
Veasna Var and Sovinda Po
Veasna Var is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Canberra and Sovinda Po is a masters student at East China Normal University (ECNU), Shanghai.
Cambodia, Sri Lanka and the China Debt Trap
Chen Dan
Chen Dan is a doctoral candidate in demography economics at Fudan University.
It’s Time to Give China’s Single Mothers Their Rights
Jan Ludvik
Jan Ludvik is an assistant professor at the Department of Security Studies and research fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Charles University. His 2017 book "Nuclear Asymmetry and Deterrence" is published by Routledge.
Nuclear War on the Korean Peninsular: What the U.S. Expects from China
Ian Rowen and Jamie Rowen.
Ian Rowen is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Academia Sinica and Associate Researcher at the French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC). Starting May 2017, he will be Assistant Professor of Geography at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. More at ianrowen.com. Jamie Rowen is Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her forthcoming book, Searching for Truth in the Transitional Justice Movement, will be published by Cambridge University Press in July.
Taiwan’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee: The Geopolitics of Transitional Justice in a Contested State
Georges Haour
Professor Georges Haour is Professor of innovation management at the executive education institute IMD, in Switzerland. For years, he has been associated with the incubator Generics (now Sagentia), in Cambridge, UK. He has written many articles and five books. After “From science to business” (www.sciencetobusiness.ch) on technology transfer, his latest book is on innovation in China. Titled “Created in China-how China is becoming a global innovator”, it has been published by Bloomsbury, in London, 2016, and released in Chinese by CITIC Press, Beijing, on February 10, 2017.
What China Can Teach the West About Innovation
Angela Han
Angela Han is a Research Associate in the Polling Program. She holds a Masters in European and International Studies from the University of Trento and a Graduate Diploma in Transnational Governance from Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna. She has also spent six months abroad learning Mandarin at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing. Prior to undertaking her Masters, Angela spent two years as a researcher of labour and economic policies in her home country of Singapore.
Cold Shoulder: Why Beijing Snubbed Singapore at the Belt and Road Summit
Bonnie Glaser & Matthew Funaiole
Bonnie S. Glaser is a senior adviser for Asia and the director of the China Power Project at CSIS, where she works on issues related to Chinese foreign and security policy. She is concomitantly a non-resident fellow with the Lowy Institute in Sydney, a senior associate with CSIS Pacific Forum and a consultant for the U.S. government on East Asia. Matthew P. Funaiole is a fellow with the China Power Project at CSIS. His research focuses on power relationships and alliance structures in the Asia-Pacific. Prior to joining CSIS, Dr. Funaiole taught international relations and foreign policy at the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland, where he also completed his doctoral research.
Shooting in South China Sea Underscores Need For Code Of Conduct
Lu Yunwen and Wang Lianzhang
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Aspiring Architect Minecrafts Virtual Forbidden City
Scott Shackelford
Scott Shackelford is a professor at Indiana University where he teaches and researches in the field of cybersecurity law and policy.
Internet Balkanization in China
Serina Abdul Rahman and Christopher H. Lim
Serina Abdul Rahman is Visiting Fellow (Malaysia Programme/ Regional Economic Studies) at the National University of Singapore Christopher H. Lim is Senior Fellow in Science, Technology & Economics at RSIS, Nanyang Technological University.
To Fight Radicalization in Southeast Asia, Empower the Women
Ma Te
Ma Te is a freelance writer focusing on cultural relics and ethnic history.
Fast-Fading Memories of Harbin’s Migrant History