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Alwin Adityo
Alwin Adityo is a staff of the Banking Research and Regulation Department of the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK).
Can RCEP Revive a Dead TPP?
Adam Cathcart
Dr. Adam Cathcart is Lecturer in Chinese history at the University of Leeds, the editor of ‘Change and Continuity in North Korean Politics’ (Routledge, November 2016) and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the China Policy Institute.
It’s Not Just about Kim, Why China Cut North Korea Coal Imports
Alok Gupta
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Bihar’s Toxic Textile Industry
Rachel Diaz-Bastin
Rachel Diaz-Bastin is a San Francisco-based artist and life-long California resident. She is a graduate of UC Davis, where she earned her degree in Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology. Rachel currently works in the entomology department of the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. She began writing about local wildlife and conservation efforts for Bay Nature Magazine in 2013 and started writing for Mongabay as a contributor on forest issues in Southeast Asia in 2016.
Environmental Impacts of Changes to Indonesia’s Mining Law
James Chin
Professor James Chin is Director of Asia Institute, University of Tasmania. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Jeffrey Cheah Institute in Malaysia.
Why Kim Jong Nam's Killing Took Place in Malaysia
Hussain Nadim
Hussain Nadim is pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Sydney and the Director of the University's South Asia Study Group. Previously, he was a Scholar at Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC and Adjunct Fellow at International Center for Study of Radicalization (ICSR) at King's College London.  Educated at University of Cambridge, Oxford, and George Washington University in the U.S., Hussain has extensive public sector and consultancy experience with political parties, government, military, and international organizations, focusing on the Middle East and South Asia.
How Islamic Extremism Seeped into Rural Australia
Michael Beltran
Michael Beltran is a journalist based in Metro Manila.
The Last Days of the Philippine Jeepney?
Tim Summers
Tim Summers is a Senior Consulting Fellow on the Asia program at Chatham House and teaches at the Centre for China Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Making Britain’s China Policy in an Era of Global Uncertainty
John Kennedy
John Kennedy is an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Kansas.
China Needs Legal Reform Before More Elections
Yu Peng
Yu Peng is an assistant professor at the Department of Politics at Earlham College, Indiana.
What Chinese Philosophy Tells Us About the Women’s Marches
Peter Rutland
Peter Rutland is Professor of government and Campbell Chair for Global Issues and Democratic Thought at Wesleyan University. In 2015 he was a visiting scholar at the ANU Center for European Studies.
The Petty Bargain: Trump, Putin and the Future of US-Russia Relations