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February 14, 2018

Dr John Hemmings speaks to CTV about North and South Korea relations

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, North Korea
February 13, 2018

Dr Alan Mendoza appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss North Korea

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, North Korea
February 7, 2018

Dr Alan Mendoza speaks to BBC World about North-South Korea relations

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, North Korea
February 5, 2018

Japan is Back on the World Stage

Just over a month after the foreign and defence ministers of Britain and Japan stood side-by-side in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich in December 2017, Japan’s foreign minister, Taro Kano, and defence minister, Itsunori Onodera, were standing with their …

Posted in Japan, Opinion Editorial

China is tightening its high-tech tyranny. Theresa May should not be rushing to please it

From all the stops on the Prime Minister’s three-day trip to China this week, the one which carried furthest was simple: drinking tea with its president, Xi Jinping, in the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing.
The image of Xi dressed urbanely in …

Posted in China, Opinion Editorial
February 1, 2018

Event Summary: Admiral Chen Yeong-kang: Maritime Cooperation & Competition in Asia

By Jonathan Brooks
On the 31st of January the Henry Jackson Society hosted Admiral Chen Yeong-kang, alongside Dr Alessio Patalano of Kings College London and Dr John Hemmings of the Henry Jackson Society at the House of Lords at an event …

Posted in Event Summaries, Taiwan
January 22, 2018

Britain can be a power in Asia

Recently the Lowy Institute’s Aaron Connelly argued that there is not much Britain can do in Asia because British power is diminishing. This is unsurprising.
One of the biggest challenges in international relations is ascertaining a given state’s place in the international system. …

Posted in Asia, Opinion Editorial, United Kingdom
January 18, 2018

China finding it tough to pick up bargains in US ‘mega-mall’

When it comes to buying binges, China has scoured the world for investment opportunities. But one “mega-mall” with an array of high-tech goodies on offer has been gradually closed to the country’s unwanted advances.
Emblazoned across its entrance is The United …

Posted in China, News Coverage
January 16, 2018

Dr John Hemmings speaks to CTV on the eve of the summit on North Korea

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, North Korea
January 12, 2018

UK-Japan Cooperation in Preserving the Liberal Order

While much has been written on the apparent diminishment of the liberal global order, and on the rise of Chinese and Russian revisionism in Ukraine and the South China Sea, comparatively little has been written about how liberal democracies around …

Posted in Japan, Opinion Editorial
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