Dam, China, What Happened?

If the countries of Asia were ever gathered into a room and asked, “Who here has ever felt victimised by China?”, a lot of hands would go up in the air. China is often portrayed as the region’s Mean Girl, the power player who exercises soft power to get what it wants, never openly engaging […]

Seminar Series Interview #2: South China Seas

Andrew Chubb is currently conducting PhD research on the relationship between popular nationalism and China’s policy in the South China Sea. He presented a chapter of his thesis at the ILC’s Seminar Series in April. After travelling in China for two years, Andrew returned to UWA for further study. It was whilst looking for a […]