Yingqiu Kuang is a PhD Candidate in Political Science at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada. Her research interests include emerging economies and global technology governance in international political economy, with a focus on multinational corporations and technology standardisation in China and South Korea. She is a current Mitacs Research Fellow at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, working on Canada-China bilateral economic cooperation and technological innovation.
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John J. Kirton is director of the G20 Research Group and the G7 Research Group, co-director of the BRICS Research Group, and co-director of the Global Health Diplomacy Program, all based at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at Trinity College in the University of Toronto, where he is a professor of political science and Canadian foreign policy.
Emilian Kavalski is the Li Dak Sum Chair Professor in China-Eurasia Relations and International Studies at the University of Nottingham Ningbo (China), the Book Series Editor for Routledge's "Rethinking Asia and International Relations" series, the Central and West Asia Regional Editor for Asian Studies Review, and Non-Resident Research Fellow at the Center for Contemporary China Studies, National Chung Hsi
Dr Marcin Kaczmarski is a lecturer in the School of Social & Political Sciences, University of Glasgow. In his research, Marcin focuses on Russia-China relations, comparative regionalism, Russia’s foreign and security policy and the role of rising powers in international politics. He is currently finalising a research project that compares Russia’s Eurasian Union and China’s New Silk Road. Marcin is the author of Russia-China relations in the post-crisis international order (Routledge 2015).
Marc Julienne is Head of China Research within the Centre for Asian Studies of the French institute of international relations (IFRI), since 2020. He mainly focuses on China’s foreign, security and defense policy, as well as on domestic policy and the evolution of the Chinese national security apparatus.
He has a PhD in political science and internationale relations from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO, Paris), and he is an Associate Fellow with the French Research Institute on East Asia (IFRAE, Inalco / Paris Diderot University / CNRS).
Yu Jie is China Research Fellow, Chatham House and Associate Research Fellow, LSE IDEAS
Huang Hongxiang graduated from the Journalism school at Fudan University and from SIPA (School of International and Public Affairs) at Columbia University of New York. As a freelance journalist for Southern Weekly, The Atlantic, The Mail & Guardian, and other publications, he has traveled to Africa and South America many times to investigate and report on various issues, focusing on Chinese investment and related social environmental conflict resolution.