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Andrei Lankov
Andrei Lankov is a Professor at Kookmin University, Seoul, and Adjunct Research Fellow at the Australian National University.
Learning to Live with a Nuclear North Korea
Angela Stanzel
Dr Stanzel joined ECFR as a Policy Fellow for the Asia and China Programme in January 2014. She earned her Ph.D. in Sinology at Freie Universität Berlin, conducting research on China-Pakistan relations.
Has Xi Jinping Changed China?
Evelyn Goh
Evelyn Goh is the Shedden Professor of Strategic Policy Studies at the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, ANU, and editor of Rising China’s Influence in Developing Asia (Oxford University Press, 2016).
Does China Get What it Wants in East Asia?
Shreya Shah
Shreya Shah is a reporter and editor with IndiaSpend.
In One Year, India’s TB Deaths Doubled. Here’s Why
Ni Dandan and Shi Yi
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Shanghai’s Struggle to Rehabilitate Rehab
Rachael Buckland
Rachael Buckland is an intern with the Lowy Institute's Migration and Border Policy project.
Reporting Migration: Big Challenges for Old and New Media
Michael G. Roskin
Michael G. Roskin retired as a political science professor from Lycoming College in Pennsylvania. He taught as a Fulbright lecturer at the University of Macau.
Duterte, Xi and the Hole in the U.S. Pivot to Asia
Alison Saldanha
Alison Saldanha is an assistant editor with IndiaSpend.
Delhi Still the World’s Most Polluted Megacity
Nidhi Prasad
Nidhi Prasad recently completed a Masters of Philosophy in Japanese Studies at the Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
OPINION: Japan’s Nuclear Insurance Against North Korea
Baru Bian
Baru Bian is the state assemblyperson for Ba’ Kelalan and Sarawak PKR chairperson.
OPINION: Fires in Sarawak's Rural Schools an Indicator of Malaysia's Rot
William Chang
William Chang is a freelancer journalist and an opinion writer, and the leader of the NHS Rescue Team for Liberty in North Korea (LiNK).
An Escape from Politics: 'What We Seek is Just an Ordinary Life'
Cara Wallis
Cara Willis is an Associate Professor at Texas A&M University and a multidisciplinary scholar whose work has focused predominantly on mobile communication technology, gender and on China studies.
Hukou Reform and China’s Migrant Workers
Ban Wang
Ban Wang is William Haas Professor in Chinese Studies and a professor of comparative literature at Stanford University.
Tianxia: Imperial Ambition or Cosmopolitanism?