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|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.