June issue of Asian Studies Review is available on Open Access

10 July 2013

As an outcome of a research workshop on The International Politics of Resources: China, Japan and Korea's Demand for Energy, Minerals and Food hosted by the UTS China Research Centre and the Sydney University China Studies Centre. A selection of papers from that workshop were recently published as a special issue by the journal Asian Studies Review. We are very pleased to announce that the special issue has been made available for free on Open Access by the publisher.You can learn more about our academic members' research.

Featured articles included Introduction:The International politics of resources by Kate Barclay and Graeme Smith.

Nupela masta?Local and expatriate labour in Chinese-run Nickel mine in Papua New Guinea by Graeme Smith.

China and Japan in Myanmar: Aid, natural resources and influence by James Reilly.

China, natural resources, sovereignty and international law by Ben Saul

Securing fish for the nation: Food security and governmentality in Japan by Kate Barclay and Charlotte Epstein

Throwing the baby out with the bathwater: Australia's new policy on treaty-based investor-state arbitration and its impact in Asia by Luke Nottage