Magan Haycock discusses the advantages of the Internet revolution in China, even in the face of overbearing censorship.
Magan Haycock is a Contributor for the International Business and Economics program at the NATO Association of Canada. She a J.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She graduated from Queen’s University with an BA in Political Studies in 2013. Her current research interests include the economies of emerging states, natural resources and bilateral trade. Her interests in international relations led her to travel to 33 countries on four continents during her undergraduate degree. In addition to English, she speaks French, Afrikaans, Spanish, and Mandarin. Magan has previously studied at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) in East Sussex, England and at Hong Kong University (HKU). She served as Director of the Amnesty International Club at BISC. Magan served as a student intern in Canadian Parliament and a research analyst intern at the Spanish Embassy to Canada in Ottawa.