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|Trump suggests an increase in America's military force in the Asia-Pacific|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has been quoted in a news.com.au article about America's increase of military force against China under Donald Trump's administration.
|Duterte plays a long game to secure Philippine advantage|
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jean Jonathan Bogais has written an analysis exploring the "Rodrigo Duterte phenomenon beyond the headlines" for the Asian Studies Association of Australia. A different perspective that takes into account the reality on the ground. Click to read the full article.
|Jingdong Yuan on increased tensions between US and China is Clinton takes presidency|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan was quoted in this news.com.au article on the effect a Clinton presidency will have on US and China relations, most especially over the South China Sea disputes.
|Could the Mack Horton Olympics controversy actually impact Australia's relationship with China?|
CISS Associate, Dr. Minglu Chen spoke to JUNKEE in response to the controversy and what it means for the Australian-Chinese relationship.
|CISS members to discuss security and economic diplomacy in SEA and China at ASEAN Forum 2016|
|A Sino-Russian Alliance? Rationales and Realities|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan recently wrote an op-ed piece about China and Russia's history of bilateral ties, published on the University of Nottingham's China Policy Institute Blog. Click to read.
|Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan recently attended the 'China: Wealth and Power Conference' at ANU|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan recently attended the 'China: Wealth and Power Conference' organised by the Australian National University in Canberra.
|Why China proposed North Korea peace treaty?|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan was recently quoted in an article about China's proposed peace treaty to North Korea. The article was published on the Korea Times.
|Will the latest North Korean nuclear test cause Beijing to reassess its policy?|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan discusses the recent North Korean nuclear test on Beijing's policy in a new opinion piece for the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA). Click to read.
|Will China get involved in the fight against ISIS?|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan recently commented on an article published by CNN about the involvement of China in the war against the Islamic State. Click to read the full article.
|A/Professor Jingdong Yuan to visit the National University of Singapore as Senior Visiting Research Fellow|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has been appointed a Senior Visiting Research Fellow with the East Asian Institute at the National University of Singapore.
|US and Chinese tempers rise in the South China Sea|
CISS Intern and PhD candidate Jiye Kim recently wrote about the rising tensions between US and China over a dispute in the South China Sea. Her article was published on The Conversation and can be read here.
|Xi-Ma summit to focus on cross-strait stability|
A/Professor Jingdong Yuan recently joined CNBC for a live interview to discuss the recent China-Taiwan summit in Singapore, and the relationship between Xi Jin-ping and Ma Ying-jeou. Click here to watch the interview.
|China to respond firmly to any North Korea nuke test|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan recently commented on China's response to the North Korean nuclear tests in an article by Associated Press (AP). Click to read the full article.
|CISS Associates find ARC and DECRA funding success in the latest round of awards|
CISS Associates Dr. James Reilly and Dr. Ryan Griffiths from the Department of Government and International Relations were recently awarded an ARC Discovery Grant and DECRA Grant – respectively – for their current research projects.
|Asia and America need a confident Japan|
Michael Hintze Fellow Dr. John Lee recently published an opinion piece co-written with Charles Horner from the Hudson Institute that comments on the re-emergence of a confident Japan in an American-led alliance system in Asia.
|Prof. James Der Derian interview for RTHK Radio 3 Backchat on "US declares cyber war on China"|
The radio talk programme will take on the issue of cyber war between the US and China, as US prosecutors have indicted Chinese soldiers for hacking to steal trade secrets. Is it sheer hypocrisy, or is there something beyond these actions?
|China's Cruise Missiles: Flying Fast Under the Public's Radar|
CISS Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan co-authored a new article on Chinese cruise missile developments, which was recently published in The National Interest. Read the article here.
|Maritime disputes call for S-E Asia input|
CISS Fellow Dr. John Lee latest opinion piece was recently published in various newspapers across Asia, following President Obama's South-east Asian tour. Read the full article here.
|ISEAS Trends in Southeast Asia Series, 2014 #1: China's Economic Engagement with Southeast Asia: Malaysia|
CISS Fellow Dr. John Lee wrote a peer reviewed monograph on the strategic implications of China's economic engagement with Malaysia, which was recently published by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. Read the publication here.
|Canberra food hopes require Beijing to give up self-sufficiency dream|
CISS Adjunct Associate Professor Dr. John Lee published an opinion piece in The Australian last week.
|A rising power looks down under: Chinese perspectives on Australia|
CISS Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has recently published a paper titled 'A rising power looks down under: Chinese perspectives on Australia' through the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
|ISEAS Trends in Southeast Asia Series, 2013 #3: China's Economic Engagement with Southeast Asia: Indonesia|
CISS Fellow Dr. John Lee wrote a peer reviewed monograph published last December on Chinese economic engagement with Indonesia. Read the full article here.
|Trends in Southeast Asia - China's Economic Engagement with Southeast Asia: Thailand|
CISS Fellow Dr. John Lee recently published a monograph with the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies of Singapore on Chinese economic activity in Thailand
|China–DPRK economic engagement: don’t blame the sunshine|
CISS Associate and Senior Lecturer James Reilly wrote this article published on the East Asia Forum about the trade interactions between China and the DPRK.
|Dr. John Lee on ABC News' Business Today|
CISS Fellow Dr. John Lee joined John Garnaut, Fairfax journalist and former China correspondent in a discussion on how the current Australian government is developing its relationship with China as PM Tony Abbott is focused on securing an FTA with China.
|Staff Feature: Dr. Thomas Wilkins explores issues facing the East Asian region today|
In this Staff Feature, CISS staff member Dr. Thomas Wilkins visited Hong Kong and Macau to meet with fellow scholars to discuss security issues in the East Asian region.
|China's Unilateral Sanctions|
CISS Associate Dr. James Reilly recently published an article on the shift of China's own economic sanctions.
|New Zealand's China Project Team Visits Sydney|
CISS staff recently met with senior New Zealand officials working on the “China Project,” a government initiative that takes a long-term look at China’s rise and its implications on New Zealand and the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
CISS Fellow John Lee recently wrote a topical piece on Chinese interests in the Middle East for the South China Morning Post.
|Entangled ties: China, India and the new Pacific Century|
CISS Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan continues the discussion of China in the news with a piece on the current situation between China and India.
|Michael Hintze Energy Security Fellow John Lee discusses Beijing's carbon tax in The Wall Street Journal|
Dr Lee's op ed highlights the motivation behind the carbon tax and the extent to which the tax will impact foreign-owned firms.
|CISS Acting Director Jingdong Yuan's analysis of China's Middle East policy in a post-Arab Spring environment|
In a feature article for World Politics Review Dr. Yuan provides an overview of the Chinese government's initial response to the Arab Spring and the evolution of policy as the ability to separate economics from politics in the Middle East becomes more difficult.