In her latest article, Angel Difan Chu looks at the most recent developments in the Chinese internet censorship campaign and its domestic and international implications
Author: Angel Difan Chu
The “Clash of Civilizations” Between Muslims and the Han Within China
Angel examines the “clash of civilizations” theory and its common resurfacing in culture and international relations
The Conscription Issue in Canada’s Two World Wars
In her latest article, Angel Difan Chu discusses Canada’s policy of conscription during both World Wars on the anniversary of the Dec 17, 1917 conscription election.
Hong Kong, a Divided City and a Divisive Issue
In her latest article, Angel Difan Chu discusses the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong as it reaches its tenth week.
The Serious and Entertaining Sides of the 2014 APEC Summit
The 2014 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit took place in Beijing between 10-12 November. Environmental and geopolitical issues, both regional and global, were discussed over the course of 48 hours, and agreements were reached, some of them exceeding expectations. In addition to reaching an agreement on gas emission with U.S. President Barack Obama, Chinese President Read More…
One Year After the Lampedusa Tragedy – A Reflection on the International Legal Regime on Refugees
In her latest article, Angel Difan Chu discusses the Lampedusa Tragedy and reflects on the International Legal Regime on Refugees.
China and Japan: A New Hope for the Future
Angel Difan Chu discusses the recent China-Japan talks and the need for reconciliation.
Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protests – The Other Side of the Story
In her latest article, Angel Difan Chu offers an analysis of the democracy movement in Hong Kong, and explores important legal and historical considerations often overlooked in the media.
The Scottish Referendum: What Could Have Been
In her latest article, Angel Difan Chu discusses the results of the Scottish Referendum and the response of the international community.