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The Asia Studies Centre attempts to provide an in-depth understanding of the structural shifts, regional complexities, and historic tensions that exist alongside the tremendous economic and social growth that traditionally characterize the “rise of Asia”. With some predicting that the region will account for 40% of global GDP by 2050, a post-Brexit Britain must develop a foreign policy posture for the region that navigates British economic interests and British cultural and political values on the one hand, while maintaining strong support for regional liberal democracies and international law on the other.
Asia Studies Centre Staff
|Report – Hong Kong After 20 Years: the Rollback of Civil, Human, and Legal Rights, 31 October 2017
|Report – Safeguarding our Systems: Managing Chinese Investment into the UK’s Digital and Critical National Infrastructure, 18 July 2017
UK-Japan Cooperation in Preserving the Liberal Order, Asia Pacific Bulletin. 11 January, 2018
Looking to create a ‘Global Britain’? Japan and the Royal Navy might hold the answer, Telegraph. 15 December 2017
‘Just living’ with a nuclear-armed North Korea shouldn’t be an option, Telegraph. 30 November 2017
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Foreign Affairs Select Committee – UK Relations with China, 20 January 2017