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The Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies (IAPS) provides a focus for interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia at the University of Nottingham. Our interdisciplinary research and teaching are informed by the members of IAPS' long-standing engagement with the region.
IAPS researchers have expertise across Asia, and details of the specific regional expertise can be accessed, both below, by geographical area, but also via our pan-Asia research themes. Trying to find an expert on Asia? View the Asia Intelligence Unit. Want to read new content on Asia? Subscribe to our social media channels.
IAPS | CPI | TSP
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Foreign policy is China’s new guiding lightWritten by Ryan Manuel. A popular catchphrase in the Chinese government today is that the Communist Party will ensure the […]
China’s Water Stress Is on the RiseWritten by Jiao Wang, Lijin Zhong and Charles Iceland. Water stress levels in many parts of China are very high, […]
China and the Quad: challenges for Southeast AsiaWritten by Tai Wei Lim. The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or “the Quad” (US, Japan, Australia, and India), is widely regarded as a counter to China’s rising wealth, power, and ambitions. ASEAN countries are seemingly caught in the middle of this great power tug-of-war. What are their options in this predicament? ASEAN may not be in […]
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