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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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).
Dr. Grace Jaramillo is currently a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at University of British Columbia, Department of Political Science. She has been a professor at the Latin American Faculty for Social Sciences –FLACSO- where she was also the chair of the Department of International Relations from 2007 to 2010. As a former member of the Ecuadorian Council of Foreign Relations, she was member of the Carter Center’s initiative “The Bi-National Group for Dialogue” to promote peace and mutual understanding between Ecuador and Colombia.
Nadina Iacob is a Researcher within the Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation, and Digital Economy unit (GRID) at CEPS. Her research interests lie particularly in the potential of the digital transformation and its implications across a variety of policy areas. Nadina has been involved in research projects for EU institutions, such as the interim evaluation of the ISA programme for DG DIGIT, and has contributed to a comprehensive analysis of the competitiveness of the EU which resulted in a book, “Hidden Treasures.
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.
Lala Hu is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan. Previously, she was Adjunct Professor and Postdoctoral Researcher at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
She has been a visiting scholar at King’s College London, Kellogg School of Management – Northwestern University, Tongji University, University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, and Sophia University.
Dimitar Gueorguiev is Associate Professor of Political Science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, where he teaches courses on Chinese politics, comparative institutions, research methods, and globalization. Gueorguiev's research is on comparative state-society relations with a focus on authoritarian regimes and the Chinese political system.
Dr Sven Grimm is a political scientist and has worked on external partners’ co-operation with Africa since 1999. He is currently researcher at the German Development Institute and Extraordinary Associate Professor at the Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University.
David J. Garcia Cantalapiedra holds a PhD in Political Science (Honors) by the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). He was awarded the 2001 National Award of Defense by the Spanish Ministry of Defense. He currently is Professor at the Department of International Relations of the Faculty of Political Sciences, and Director of the UCM Research Group for Security and Cooperation.
Pietro Garau is a tenured researcher at the first Faculty of Architecture of the University of Rome. From 1980 to 2002 Pietro worked for the United Nations Center for Human Settlements (Habitat) most recently as director of the Habitat Office at the United Nations in New York. Prior to that he worked as Senior Advisor to the Executive Director of Habitat in Nairobi, Director of the Habitat II Conference Secretariat, and Chief of the Research and Development Division. His research contributions focused on settlement management, institutions and policies.