18 Aug 2021
Battle of the BRI’s - How the West plans to challenge China’s rise through infrastructure, and why it might not succeed.
Will the appeal of the Western-led global democratic order triumph over China’s pragmatic approach to infrastructure investments?
13 Aug 2021
Special Issue on Cambodia's Turn to Hegemonic Authoritarianism
Dr Astrid Norén-Nilsson has guest edited a special issue for Contemporary Southeast Asia
24 Jun 2021
The Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies are hiring one or two researchers
23 Jun 2021
How safe are the Tokyo Olympics from COVID-19?
Paul O'Shea talks to Al Jazeera International about the politics behind the Olympics.
21 May 2021
New article on the politics of the Olympics!
As Japanese public opinion turns resolutely against summer Olympics, will Tokyo cancel?
21 May 2021
Cambodia Update for Politics in Action 2021
Astrid Norén-Nilsson discussed recent political developments in Cambodia for Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's flagship Politics in Action forum
20 May 2021
Podcast on the politics of online news in Cambodia
Astrid Norén-Nilsson discusses her research about the Cambodian online news outlet Fresh News with Duncan McCargo.
19 Apr 2021
We are happy to announce the launch of the People’s Map of Global China
The People’s Map of Global China tracks China’s complex and rapidly changing international activities by engaging an equally global civil society.
26 Mar 2021
New article on the Chinese digital society
Marina Svensson has published an article in the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs entitled “‘Crazy Jack’ and the ‘Gay CEO’: Visions, Entrepreneurship, and the Chinese State in the...
9 Mar 2021
New article on censorship, academic freedom, and academic publishing in/on China
Since 2017 the international Chinese Studies community has been shocked to discover that many of the major commercial academic publishers have been actively working with the Chines...