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Wang Yuhao
Wang Yuhao is the CEO of Aha School, which offers customizable online education.
Bringing the World’s Great Museums to 200,000 Children in China
Zachary Abuza
Zachary Abuza is Professor of National Security Strategy at the US National War College. The views expressed here are his own, and do not reflect the opinions of the Department of Defense, National Defense University, or the National War College. Follow him @ZachAbuza.
The Fall and Rise of Jihadism in Southeast Asia
Jong–Wha Lee & Warwick McKibbin
Jong–Wha Lee is a Professor of economics and Director of the Asiatic Research Institute at Korea University, and a president of the Korea International Economic Association. Warwick McKibbin is the Director of the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis at Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University.
Get Ready for Unification: South Korea's Looming 'Berlin Wall' Moment
Richard Javad Heydarian
Richard Javad Heydarian is an assistant professor in political science at De La Salle University, and a policy adviser at the Philippine House of Representatives (2009-2015). He is the author of Asia’s New Battlefield: The US, China, and the Struggle for Western Pacific.
Putting Duterte’s Popularity into Perspective of Philippines Political Culture
Kwei-Bo Huang
Kwei-Bo Huang is Vice Dean at the College of International Affairs and Associate Professor of Diplomacy at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan (ROC). He served as chairman of the Research and Planning Committee at the Republic of China Ministry of Foreign Affairs between February 2009 and January 2011.
Tsai's Southbound Policy Faces 'One China' Opposition
Louise Watt
Louise Watt is a Taipei-based freelance journalist. She has previously worked for newspapers in the UK and Spain, as well as for The Associated Press for more than a decade in countries including China and Thailand.
VIDEO: Taiwan Celebrates Love of Classic Mini Cars
Sher Singh Verick
Sher Singh Verick is a Visiting Fellow at the Australia South Asia Research Centre at the Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University. He is also the Deputy Director of the International Labour Organization’s Decent Work Team for South Asia and Country Office for India.
Why Developing Nations Need Not Fear Automation
Gavin Briggs
Gavin Briggs is a lecturer in national security and international relations in the Department of Social Sciences and International Studies at Curtin University in Perth.
Geography Still Matters amid South China Sea Shifts
Eli Elinoff
Eli Elinoff is a lecturer in Cultural Anthropology at the Victoria University of Wellington. He has published work in South East Asia Research, Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Contemporary Southeast Asia, and the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Thailand's Urban Planning: a Weapon against the Poor
Matthias Helble and Yizhe Daniel Xie
Matthias Helble is a senior economist and co-chair at the research department of the Asian Development Bank Institute. Yizhe Daniel Xie is a research associate at the Asian Development Bank Institute and a PhD Candidate at the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, Waseda University.
OPINION: China Could Hold Key to TPP Revival
Pan Suiming
Pan Suiming is a professor emeritus and the honorary director of the Institute for Research on Sexuality and Gender at Renmin University of China in Beijing.
Not Enough is Known about China's Modern Drug Use
Nicole Valentini
Freelance journalist and Editor. Write and read mostly about Afghanistan, International Relations and Human Rights,
Refugees Detained in Indonesia Protest Life in Limbo
Julian Kirchherr
Julian Kirchherr is a Assistant Professor (Sustainable Business and Innovation Studies) at Utrecht University. He has received funding for his research in Myanmar from the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF), the Blakey Foundation and the Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Trust for Health and Education. He is a member of the Free Democratic Party, a liberal political party in Germany.
Dams on Myanmar’s Irrawaddy River Could Fuel Greater Conflict
Gayle Amul, Tikki Pangestu
Gianna Gayle Herrera Amul is a Research Associate on Global Health Policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. She was formerly a Senior Analyst at the Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) from 2012-2015. She has also taught at the University of Philippines, and assisted on the Millennium Development Goals and the Mainstreaming Human Security in ASEAN Integration research projects spearheaded by the Institute of Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS), Philippines. Gayle holds an MSc in Asian Studies from RSIS (2012) and a BA in Political Science (cum laude) from the University of the Philippines, Diliman (2007). Tikki Pang joined the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy after 13 years at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland as Director of its Research Policy & Cooperation department. In this capacity he worked with countries to strengthen their national health research systems, developed mechanisms and initiatives to improve the efficiency and transparency of global health research, and helped formulate an Organization-wide research policy. Prior to his WHO career, Tikki was Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the Institute of Postgraduate Studies & Research, and Associate Professor/Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tobacco Companies Making a Fortune in Southeast Asia
Asia & The Pacific Policy Society
Policy Forum is Asia and the Pacific’s platform for public policy debate, analysis, views, and discussion. Policy Forum is a Crawford School of Public Policy initiative but publishes pieces from experts around the world. Since launching in November 2014, we have published more than 1000 pieces from many hundreds of authors worldwide. The site is connected to the Asia and the Pacific Policy Society (APPS) – a community of scholars, public policy practitioners, people working at every level of public policy design and implementation, and the policy-engaged public. Membership of the Society is free and it brings with it significant benefits.
ANALYSIS: The Myth of School Autonomy in Vietnam
New Naratif
New Naratif is a platform for journalism, research, art and community-building in Southeast Asia.
Identities Clash in Vietnam's North and South
Lo Huei-wen
Lo Huei-wen (羅慧雯) teaches in the Department of Communications Management at Shih Hsin University. A former researcher for Public Television Service (PTS), her main interest focuses on the development and democratization of the local film and television industries around the world. After receiving a BA in Economics from National Taiwan University and a MA in Journalism from National Chengchi University, Lo completed her Ph.D. in Economics at Kyoto University.
It’s No BBC: 20 Dismal Years of Taiwan’s Underfunded PTS Public Broadcaster