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East Asia's Demand for Energy, Minerals and Food
The International Politics of Resources
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Kate Barclay is a senior lecturer of the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. She researches the social aspects of the production and trade of food, especially fisheries in the Asia Pacific region. One current research interest is the sustainable development of tuna resources in the context of changing governance systems and globalization. Graeme Smith is a senior research fellow in the China Studies Centre, University of Sydney, Australia, and at the State, Society and Governance Program, Australian National University, Australia. His research has explored the politics of agriculture in China and Chinese aid, investment and migration in the Asia-Pacific region.
1. Introduction: The International Politics of Resources Kate Barclay and Graeme Smith 2. China and Japan in Myanmar: Aid, Natural Resources and Influence James Reilly 3. Chinese Aid in the South Pacific: Linked to Resources? Philippa Brant 4. Nupela Masta? Local and Expatriate Labour in a Chinese-Run Nickel Mine in Papua New Guinea Graeme Smith 5. China, Natural Resources, Sovereignty and International Law Ben Saul 6. Securing Fish for the Nation: Food Security and Governmentality in Japan Kate Barclay and Charlotte Epstein 7. Rare Earths: Future Elements of Conflict in Asia? Ming Hwa Ting and John Seaman 8. Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater: Australia's New Policy on Treaty-Based Investor-State Arbitration and its Impact in Asia Luke Nottage