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Michele Fenzl
Michele Fenzl is a MPhil/PhD student in the Department of Government of the University of Essex. He holds degrees from the University of Bologna and University of Essex; and has previously held visiting positions at the University of Sussex and King’s College, London. His PhD thesis studies the comparative political economy of income inequality and redistribution, and adopts quantitative methods to analyse the intersections between economic and political inequality
Book Review: Singapore and Switzerland: Secrets to Small States Success edited by Yvonne Guo and Jun Jie Woo
Mong Palatino
Mong Palatino is a Philippines activist, former legislator, Southeast Asia blogger, and Chair of Bayan Metro Manila.
Vietnam's 'Prison Within a Prison Within a Prison'
Adrian Zenz and James Leibold
Adrian Zenz is lecturer in social research methods at the European School of Culture and Theology, Korntal, Germany. His research focus is on China’s ethnic policy and public recruitment in Tibet and Xinjiang. He is author of “Tibetanness under Threat” and co-editor of the “Mapping Amdo” series of the Amdo Tibetan Research Network. James Leibold is an Associate Professor in Politics and Asian Studies at La Trobe University in Melbourne Australia, and an expert on ethnic policy and ethnic conflict in contemporary China. He is the author and co-editor of four books and over twenty peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and a frequent contributor to the international media on these topics.
Xinjiang’s Rapidly Evolving Security State
Stephen Costello
Stephen Costello is an independent analyst and consultant and the producer of AsiaEast. He was formerly director of the Korea Program at the Atlantic Council, director of the Kim Dae Jung Peace Foundation, and vice president of Gowran International.
Trump and Xi on Dangerous Ground Amid THAAD Blowback
Aries A. Arugay and Michael I. Magcamit
Aries A. Arugay is Associate Professor of Political Science in the University of the Philippines-Diliman and Visiting Fellow of the National Institute of Defense Studies of the Japan Ministry of Defense. Michael I. Magcamit is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Musashi University. The views expressed are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of their institutions
Duterte’s Populism and Philippine Foreign Policy: Implications for China-Philippines Relations
Sin Yee Koh
Sin Yee Koh is Assistant Professor of Geography in the Institute of Asian Studies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam. She is the author of Race, Education, and Citizenship (Palgrave, 2017). She is also Founder and Editor of Urban Vignettes. Her personal website is here.
Book Review: Capital Without Borders: Wealth Managers and the One Percent by Brooke Harrington
Alexis Dudden
Alexis Dudden is Professor of Japanese History at the University of Connecticut.
Nippon Kaigi and Abe's Education Scandal
Fan Yiying
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Caring for China’s Smog Dogs
Vasabjit Banerjee
Dr. Vasabjit Banerjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration where he teaches comparative politics and international relations. His primary research interests are contentious politics and the local political-economies of state-formation in developing societies; specifically South Asia, Latin America, and Southern Africa. He also conducts research on electoral institutions and domestic influences on foreign policies of developing countries.
The New India-US Foreign Policy: Dual Audiences and Track II Diplomacy
Jeffrey Hutton
Jeff is a contributing writer for The News Lens. He is a freelance writer and journalist living in Jakarta specializing in politics, business and development issues.
Jakarta Keeps Street-Level Integrity amid Indonesia's Colossal Kickback Scandal
David Green is a contributing writer for The News Lens. Based in Taipei, David covers the future of work in Asia, spanning everything from the advance of digital and robotics to government initiatives, business and brand strategy.   
Apps to Break Your Echo Chamber, Protect You from Fake News
Andrew S. Erickson, Kenneth Allen
Dr. Andrew S. Erickson is Professor of Strategy in, and a core founding member of, the U.S. Naval War College’s China Maritime Studies Institute. He serves on the Naval War College Review’s Editorial Board. Since 2008 he has been an Associate in Research at Harvard University’s John King Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. Erickson received his Ph.D. and M.A. from Princeton University and studied Mandarin at Beijing Normal University’s College of Chinese Language and Culture. He can be reached through www.andrewerickson.com. Kenneth W. Allen is a Senior China Analyst at Defense Group Inc. (DGI) and a concurrent Senior China Analyst with the Long Term Strategy Group. He is a retired U.S. Air Force officer, whose extensive service abroad includes a tour in China as the Assistant Air Attaché. He has written numerous articles on Chinese military affairs. A Chinese linguist, he holds an M.A. in international relations from Boston University.
China’s Navy Gets a New Helmsman (Part 1): Spotlight on Vice Admiral Shen Jinlong
Jason Hsu
Jason Hsu (許毓仁) is a legislator-at-large with Taiwan's Kuomintang. He founded TEDxTaipei.
Taiwan's Response to Trump’s America
Tim Ferry
Tim Ferry is Taiwan Business Topics magazine’s associate editor and reporter. Prior to joining Taiwan Business Topics magazine in 2014, Tim was a frequent contributor, focusing primarily on issues related to energy, economy and technology.
Will Healthcare Bankrupt Taiwan?