On 28 February 2023, I delivered a guest lecture at the University of Sydney about coneptualisation and flashpoints in the Indo-Pacific region. “The term “Indo-Pacific” has now become a central feature of the strategic discourse in regional security affairs. This is the result of the US and Japanese led policies calling for a “Free andContinue reading “Indo-Pacific: the contested region”
Monthly Archives: February 2023
The Indo-Pacific: some alternative views
This article introduces three alternative views on the Indo-Pacific region, including Africa, South Korea and understanding of the liberal international order.
Hong Kong and Taiwan: The nuance of one country? Or two systems?
On 24 February 2023, I delivered a seminar in an executive education at the Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University about comparing the situation in Hong Kong and Taiwan. “We often hear from the media that today’s Hong Kong will become tomorrow’s Taiwan. Indeed, people have been comparing Hong Kong andContinue reading “Hong Kong and Taiwan: The nuance of one country? Or two systems?”
China’s policy discourse power in oceans governance
This article introduces Chinese articles that suggest how do Chinese scholars understand policy discourse power in oceans governance.