The Guest Contributor Programme highlights contrasting responses, by leading authors, to key questions posed by the UKNCC. The programme is designed to stimulate a deeper exploration of China related issues; drive curiosity and test conventional wisdom.
All responses have been written specifically for the UKNCC Guest Contributor Programme.
Bill Hayton, Margaret Siu & Brian Wơng, Zheng WangDownload PDF
Alessandro Arduino, John Gong, Zeno LeoniDownload PDF
Kerry Brown, FU Ying, Tim Summers & Hiu Man ChanDownload PDF
Alessandro Arduino, Raffaello Pantucci & Yue XiaoyongDownload PDF
Tanya Steele, James Thornton & WANG YuanfengDownload PDF
Evan Fowler, Christine Loh & Dr. Tim SummersDownload PDF
Is China opening up to, or closing out British Companies? What is dual circulation?
What do we in Britain need to know about the Chinese Communist Party?
What is happening in Hong Kong on security laws and should the UK be concerned?
How is the EU balancing its engagement and containment of China?
What is China doing about climate change and what does it mean for the UK?
How does China think about the global trade system and how it might evolve in the future?
What is China's position on human rights domestically and internationally?
Does cooperation with China on scientific research bring the UK more risks than benefits?
What is going on in Xinjiang and how might the UK best respond?
Has the 'west' just become irrelevant to the advance of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)?
What are British schools up to in China and are they compromised?
Is China's primacy over the Western Pacific already a reality?
How does China really see the UK?
What is the state of US China relations under Biden and how will they affect the UK?
Can Jaguar Land Rover's export success to China continue; can it be replicated by other firms?
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