Category Archives: China

Book Review: Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us

My review of “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us” by David Birch, concerning the history of money, fintech and cryptocurrencies, is online here at the LSE Review of Books. Advertisements

Book Review: Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us

My review of “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us” by David Birch, concerning the history of money, fintech and cryptocurrencies, is online here at the LSE Review of Books.

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Audio: Settlement and Management of International Maritime Disputes in Asia

Earlier this month we hosted a discussion of maritime disputes in Asia, including the South China Sea arbitration, by Professor Mariko Kawano of Waseda University in Japan. A write-up of the event is online here. Professor Kawano’s remarks can be

Audio: Settlement and Management of International Maritime Disputes in Asia

Earlier this month we hosted a discussion of maritime disputes in Asia, including the South China Sea arbitration, by Professor Mariko Kawano of Waseda University in Japan. A write-up of the event is online here. Professor Kawano’s remarks can be

Event invitation: Maritime security & disputes in the East China Sea

In the context of significant tensions between regional powers in the East China Sea, we will be holding a seminar on maritime security and disputes in that sea. The seminar will feature a presentation by Dr Alessio Patalano of the

Event invitation: Maritime security & disputes in the East China Sea

In the context of significant tensions between regional powers in the East China Sea, we will be holding a seminar on maritime security and disputes in that sea. The seminar will feature a presentation by Dr Alessio Patalano of the

Article: The lessons learned from Malcolm Fraser’s Chinese diplomacy

I recently wrote an article for Business Spectator on the late Australian prime minister Malcolm Fraser’s achievements in building ties between Australia and China. Fraser’s government, from 1975 to 1983, coincided with a particularly tumultuous time in recent Chinese history and his

Article: The lessons learned from Malcolm Fraser’s Chinese diplomacy

I recently wrote an article for Business Spectator on the late Australian prime minister Malcolm Fraser’s achievements in building ties between Australia and China. Fraser’s government, from 1975 to 1983, coincided with a particularly tumultuous time in recent Chinese history and his

Article: Business momentum, forest protection breakthrough in pre-Paris climate talks

I recently attended the June session of the UN climate change negotiations in Bonn. My article for Eco-Business on the two weeks of talks is online here.

Article: Business momentum, forest protection breakthrough in pre-Paris climate talks

I recently attended the June session of the UN climate change negotiations in Bonn. My article for Eco-Business on the two weeks of talks is online here.

2014 climate diplomacy leaves massive workload for 2015

This year’s UN climate change summit, held in Lima, went into the customary extra-time and left much to do ahead of next year’s Paris conference – the deadline for negotiators to reach a new global climate agreement.

2014 climate diplomacy leaves massive workload for 2015

This year’s UN climate change summit, held in Lima, went into the customary extra-time and left much to do ahead of next year’s Paris conference – the deadline for negotiators to reach a new global climate agreement.