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Yun Zhao is Professor of Law and Head of Department of Law at the University of Hong Kong.
China and the Problem of Trash in Space
Ian Dudgeon
Ian is a Presidential Associate of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA). He served as President of the AIIA's Australian Capital Territory (ACT) branch from February 2008 until August 2012. Professionally, Ian is the Principal of Ian Dudgeon & Associates P/L, a Canberra-based consultancy established in 1997 that focuses on natural security research, training and other corporate services to government and the private sector, in Australia and overseas. Prior to 1997, Ian served for 32 years in the Foreign Affairs and Trade and Defence portfolios. His foreign service includes postings to Australian diplomatic missions in Chile, Malaysia, Thailand and Japan. Ian recently visited Pakistan and the U.S.
Pakistan: Leader's Reputation on the Line in Terrorist Crackdown
Jim Plamondon
Jim Plamondon is an American-Australian marketer now living in Cambodia.
Cambodia Exports Can Get High on Cannabis
Patrick Jory
Dr Patrick Jory is a Senior Lecturer in Southeast Asian History at the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at the University of Queensland.
Thailand Now 'Made in China?' Bangkok Gets Closer to Beijing
Eric Heginbotham
Eric Heginbotham is a principal research scientist at MIT’s Center for International Studies and a specialist in Asian security issues. Before joining MIT, he was a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation, where he led research projects on China, Japan, and regional security issues and regularly briefed senior military, intelligence, and political leaders.
Here's What China's Army Will Look Like in 2026
Beth Walker
Beth Walker is chinadialogue’s culture editor. She is also editor of thethirdpole.net. She has researched and written about Asia’s international rivers for many years, and has lived and worked in Yunnan province. She studied Chinese at Oxford University and Development Management at the London School of Economics.
Murder in Myanmar: Reporter's Death Linked to Illegal Logging
Hendri Yulius
Hendri Yulius obtained his Master’s in public policy from the National University of Singapore, and is the author of Coming Out. He is currently pursuing his Masters by Research in Gender and Cultural Studies at The University of Sydney.
The Politics of Shaming Gay Sex in Indonesia
Molly McBride Jacobson
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Mohammad Zubair Khan
Mohammad Zubair Khan is an Islamabad-based environmental journalist.
Where Now for Indonesia's Banned Muslim Organization?
Barbara Slavin
Barbara Slavin is acting director of the Future of Iran Initiative at the Atlantic Council, a Washington think tank, and a former journalist for The Economist, the New York Times and USA Today.
OPINION: From Obama Optimism to Trumpian Gloom
Hannah Wurf
Hannah Wurf is a Research Associate working on international economic governance. Her current research focuses on the G20 and the multilateral development banks. She holds a Masters of Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of International Studies (Honours) with a Major in Government from the University of Sydney. During her undergraduate degree, she spent six months studying at Sciences-Po in Paris. She also has three years of private sector experience and lived in Hong Kong for eight years.
Xi Jinping, the Savior of Globalization?
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
Li Zhi
Li Zhi is the general manager of Zhongjingxin, a company specializing in tourism development and investment.
The Coming Wake-Up Call for China’s Tourism Industry