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Clark Jones
Dr Clarke Jones is a deradicalisation expert and project leader of the Australian Intervention Support Hub, in the School of Regulation and Global Governance, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
The Human Cost of Duterte’s Drug War
Huw Slater
Huw Slater is Research and Projects Manager at the China Carbon Forum.
A Climate Agreement That May Survive
Vanja Hamzić
Dr Vanja Hamzić is a Senior Lecturer in Legal History and Legal Anthropology at SOAS, University of London and a Member of the School of Social Science in the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. His most recent book is Sexual and Gender Diversity in the Muslim World: History, Law and Vernacular Knowledge (London: I.B. Tauris, 2016; Islamic South Asia series).
BOOK REVIEW: 'The Politics of Islamic Law: Local Elites, Colonial Authority and the Making of the Muslim State'
Christine Y. L. Luk and Subodhana Wijeyeratne
Christine Y. L. Luk is a postdoctoral fellow at the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong. Her writings on the Chinese bio-rocketry program can be found in her book titled A History of Biophysics in Contemporary China (Springer, 2015). Subodhana Wijeyeratne is a graduate student at Harvard University. He is currently a research scholar at Tokyo University, pursuing a project on the history of rocketry in Japan.
Space Biology and China: Rethinking the Space Age
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
Hsin-Hui Hsu
Hsu Hsin-Hui is a Master's student in global affairs at NYU. Her research interests involve transitional justice and human rights issues in East and Southeast Asia.
Do We Need a War on Corruption?
Joseph Savirimuthu
Joseph Savirimuthu is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Driverless: Intelligent Cars and the Road Ahead'
Dennis Ignatius
Dennis Ignatius served in London, Beijing and Washington and was Malaysian ambassador to Chile, Argentina and Canada.
The East is Red
Hélène Belaunde
French-Peruvian writer and reporter with a degree in Chinese area studies and love for Middle eastern hummus. She blogs at likeasianelephants.com
What Must Change Isn't Necessarily The Taiwan Education System, But The Values
Ho-fung Hung
Ho-fung Hung is the Henry M. and Elizabeth P. Wiesenfeld Associate Professor in Political Economy at the Sociology Department of Johns Hopkins University. He researches global political economy, protest, and nationalism. He is the author of the award-winning Protest with Chinese Characteristics (2011) and The China Boom: Why China Will not Rule the World (2015), both published by Columbia University Press.
Trump Won't be Solely to Blame for Regression in China-U.S. Trade
Alyaa Alhadjri
Alyaa Alhadjri writes for Malaysiakini.
In Darkness: KL's Transgenders Shed Light on Deaths and Violence
He Fan
He Fan is Chief Economist at Chongyang Institute of Finance, Renmin University of China.
Time to Wipe Out China's Army of Zombie Enterprises
Dr. Chris Brisbin
Dr. Chris Brisbin teaches design studio and history and theory in Architecture and Interior Architecture. He is currently the History & Theory Studies Coordinator in Architecture at the University of South Australia. His current research explores the cultural interchange between China and the West, specifically focusing on how to better understand Chinese middle class consumption and the cultural role of authorship, originality, and Copyright in China.
The Cultural Functioning of Chinese Architectural ‘Knock-off’ Practices
Antonio De Vito
Antonio De Vito is a doctoral student in the Finance & Accounting Group at the WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany).
BOOK REVIEW: 'The Hidden Wealth of Nations: The Scourge of Tax Havens'
Rajiv Kumar
Rajiv Kumar is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research and the Founder Director of the Pahle India Foundation.
Does Rupee Reform Mean the Death of India’s Black Market?