Other publications

Journal Articles
‘Beyond strategic rivalry: The increasing complexities of the Sino-Indian relationship’ in Asian Currents, September 2011.

‘Debunking ‘Chindia’: Chinese and Indian foreign policy, strategic interests and the myth of the ‘mutual rise’’ in Morrell, Elizabeth, and Michael D. Barr (eds). 2010. Crises and Opportunities: Proceedings of the 18th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2010, Adelaide, Australia. Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Inc. and the University of Adelaide, 2010.

‘China’s motives and aims in Asia’ in China’s Rise and Its Implications for Asia: An Outcomes Paper from the 2010 Emerging Leaders Dialogue, Brisbane, 27-29 September. Brisbane: Griffith University, 2010. pp24-27.

‘The impact of the internet on the political and media landscape in the People’s Republic of China’, pp7-29 in Melbourne Journal of Politics. Vol 33, 2008.

‘A comparative analysis of internet regulation and control in Japan and the People’s Republic of China’, pp62-68 in Aedificamus: The Queens Journal. Vol 6, 2007.

Media and Online Articles
‘Rebalancing Asia: Panetta visits India’ in East Asia Forum. 19 July, 2012.

‘The India-US-China-Pakistan strategic quadrilateral’ in East Asia Forum Quarterly, January–March 2012, Vol 4 No 1, pp14-15.

‘Uneasy neighbours’ in Inside Story, 19 August, 2010. Reprinted as ‘Global giants struggling for the future’ in the Canberra Times, 21 August 2010, Forum section p9

‘China’s involvement in Central Asia: Beyond the borderlands’ in East Asia Forum, 26 August, 2010.

‘Big dreams, little direction: India’s foreign policy machine’ in South Asia Masala, 4 August, 2010.

‘Beginners’ guide to Chinese’, Education section, The Age, May 2008

‘Earth Hour’, Education section, The Age, March 2008

‘Life on the Yarra’, Education section, The Age, July 2007

‘Let’s get political’ Victorian State Election Guide (produced by Victorian Electoral Commission, distributed in The Age) 25 November, 2006

‘Let’s get political’, All About Democracy liftout, The Age, 16 October, 2006

‘Students behind the camera’, Education Games (Edition 4) liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, 20 February, 2006

‘In the swim’ (Giaan Rooney profile), Education Games (Edition 4) liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, 20 February, 2006

‘Excuses are not an option’ (elite athletes with a disability), Education Games (Edition 2) liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, 24 October, 2005

‘Tumbling away’ (Monette Russo profile), Education Games (Edition 1) liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, 12 September, 2005

‘Rolling to victory’ Education Games (Edition 1) liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, 12 September, 2005

‘Such a vibrant host’ Education Games (Edition 1) liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald 12 September, 2005

‘Let me entertain you: a student view of the Victorian College of the Arts’, SAGE liftout, The Age, July 2005

‘Anywhere but home,’ SAGE liftout, The Age, July 2005

‘The truth about trades’, SAGE liftout, The Age, July 2005

Movie reviews (various), SAGE liftout, The Age, July 2005

‘Talking ‘bout revolutions’, Education section, The Age, 7 March, 2005

‘Hip-hop trio call the shots’ (Hilltop Hoods profile) Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

‘Work, work and lots more work (students in China)’ Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

‘Time for study, work, rest and play (students in Germany)’ Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

‘A nasty piece of work’ Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

‘The truth about medicine as a career’ Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

‘Lu Jinlin dares to follow his dream’ Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

Book, music and movie reviews (various) Echo liftout, The Sunday Age, 6 March, 2005

‘Let your fingers do the talking’, Education section, The Age, 28 February, 2005

‘When dollars, not marks, get you a uni place’ Opinion section, The Age, 19 January, 2005

‘The morning dumpling’, The Bulletin, 18 January, 2005, p71

‘Young Australians need to know who their real heroes are’ Opinion section, The Age, 18 October, 2004

‘Here’s a generation wanting to be heard’ Opinion section, The Age, 31 August, 2004

‘Path to peace’ O News liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, August 2004

‘Ancient tradition’ O News liftout, The Age/Sydney Morning Herald, August 2004

‘Home sweet home’ SAGE liftout, The Age, July 2004

‘Hard work + focus, mix with water = success’ (Matt Welsh interview), SAGE liftout, The Age, July 2004

‘Adventures in China’, SAGE liftout, The Age, February 2004

‘Volunteers reap the rewards’, SAGE liftout, February 2004

‘Pressure gauge’, The Maroondah Mail, 17 December, 1996

‘Confronting our fears’, The Maroondah Mail, 10 December, 1996

‘Energy contest a wheel winner’, The Maroondah Mail, 3 December, 1996

‘A clock fantasy’ (book review), The Maroondah Mail, 26 November, 1996

‘The issue of what to wear’, The Maroondah Mail, 6 November, 1996

‘Newshounds introduction’, The Maroondah Mail, 29 October, 1996

 Book Reviews
Review of ‘China and India: Great Power Rivals,’ by Mohan Malik, in The China Journal, Issue 69, Jan 2013

Review of ‘Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay: Assessing the Economic Rise of China and India,’ by Pranab Bardhan, in The China Journal, Issue 65, Jan 2011, pp218-19

Review of ‘The Rise of China and India: A New Asian Drama,’ by Lam Peng Er and Lim Tai Wei, in The China Journal, Issue 64, Jul 2010, pp269-70

Review of ‘Communication in China: Political Economy, Power and Conflict,’ by Yuezhi Zhao, in The China Journal, Issue 61, Jan 2009, p225

Conference Papers and Presentations
‘India’s Central Asian Engagements,’ presented at the Engaging India workshop, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 23 November 2011

‘Beyond the Protracted Contest: Redefining the Sino-Indian relationship,’ presented at the School of International, Political and Strategic Studies Annual PhD Colloquium, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 9 August 2011

‘Beyond the Protracted Contest: Redefining the Sino-Indian relationship,’ presented at Department of Political and Social Change Seminar Series, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 31 May 2011

‘Disputed Borders, Conflicting Media: The ‘China Threat’ Perception in India,’ presented at the Association for Asian Studies/International Convention of Asian Scholars Joint Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, US, 31 March-3 April 2011

‘The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend: Competition, cooperation and conflict in the Sino-Indian relationship,’ presented at the Department of Political and Social Change Seminar Series, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 7 October 2010

‘China’s Motives and Aims in Asia: Is China a status quo power?,’ presented at the Australia-China Leadership Dialogues: “Charting a Common Future: China, Australia and the Region beyond 2020” Emerging Leaders Dialogue. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 27 September 2010.

‘Debunking “Chindia”: Chinese and Indian foreign policy, strategic interests and the myth of the “mutual rise”,’ presented at the 18th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Adelaide, Australia, 8 July 2010

‘India’s Foreign Policy, Strategic Interests, and the Myth of “Chindia”,’ presented at the Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi, India, 31 March 2010

‘The Sino-Indian Relationship and Their Policies in Central Asia,’ presented at the Department of Central Asian Studies, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India, 13 March 2010

‘Look East versus the String of Pearls: Chinese and Indian Strategic Interests in Asia,’ presented at the Second Annual China-South Asia International Cultural Forum, Delhi, India, 4-6 Dec 2009

‘The “String of Pearls” and the “Look East” Policy: Chinese and Indian Strategic Interests in the Wider Asian Region,’ presented at the Department of Political and Social Change Seminar Series, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 12 November 2009