China Policy Institute
   
   
  

Non-Resident Fellows

Gary Rawnsley

Gary Rawnsley

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

+44 (0)1970 622 699
gdr1@aber.ac.uk

Expertise

International communications in Asia, with particular interest in China and Taiwan; propaganda; public diplomacy and soft power; cultural diplomacy; information warfare; globalisation, regionalisation and localisation of information and culture; democratisation and the media; journalism in China and Taiwan; the history and politics of China and Taiwan.

 

 

J Michael Cole

J. Michael Cole

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

+886 911 104 013
jmichaelcoleintaipei@gmail.com

Expertise

China-U.S.-Taiwan relations; Taiwan Straits military issues; People's Liberation Army; Civil Society-building in Taiwan; U.S. arms sales to Taiwan; Espionage; East China Sea; South China Sea; Asymmetrical Warfare; Counter-Proliferation; Terrorism.

 

 

Ming-Yeh Rawnsley

Ming-Yeh Rawnsley

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

ming-yeh.rawnsley@nottingham.ac.uk

Expertise

Media and Democratisation in Taiwan and China; East Asian Cinema; Taiwan Cinema; Chinese-language Cinema; Trans-disciplinary science communications in Taiwan and in the UK; Literature, Media and Culture of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.

 

 

Shelley Rigger

Shelley Rigger

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

shrigger@davidson.edu

Expertise

Taiwan; Taiwan domestic politics; Cross-strait relations; Democracy in Taiwan; National identity in Taiwan-China relations; Cross-strait economic interations; Taiwan's perceptions of mainland China.

 

 

Micheal Reilly

Michael Reilly

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

michaelreilly012@btinternet.com

Expertise

East Asian security; Taiwan; Chinese business policy.

 

 

Ian Inkster

Ian Inkster

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

+44 (0)7967 62224
ii1@soas.ac.uk

Expertise

Global history and international political economy, with especial interests in China, Japan and Taiwan; FRHS elected 1983; editor History of Technology since 2001 (London, Bloomsbury); archival work in Japan, UK, Taiwan, India and Australasia on linkages between knowledge, technology and industrialisation using both comparative techniques and global modelling. Particular Taiwan interests – history of indigenous peoples, the cannibal claims, Taiwan-Chinese relations to present-time, foreign influences in Taiwan history.

 

 

Gunter Schubert

Gunter Schubert

Non-Resident Senior Fellow

gunter.schubert@uni-tuebingen.de

Expertise

Local governance and policy implementation in the PRC, reform of China's private sector and state-business relations, cross-strait political economy and economic integration, and Taiwan domestic politics.

 

China Policy Institute

University Park Campus
Nottingham
NG7 2RD

+44 (0)115 846 8462
jonathan.sullivan@nottingham.ac.uk