Andrew Chubb is a PhD student at the University of Western Australia, researching the relationship between Chinese nationalism, public opinion and policy on maritime disputes in the South China Sea and East China Sea. He blogs at South Sea Conversations and can be found on Twitter @zhubochubo .
After the worst anti-China violence for 15 years took place in Vietnam this month, it took China’s propaganda authorities nearly two days to work out how the story should be
Andrew Chubb's presentation at The Jamestown Foundation's recent Fourth Annual China Defense and Security Conference was covered in an article in The National Interest, "China Not Full of Raging Nationalists," written by
If outspoken Chinese military officers are, as Part One suggested, neither irrelevant loudmouths, nor factional warriors, nor yet the voice of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on foreign policy, and
China Brief expert Andrew Chubb's article was cited by Niti Central in an article titled "China's Army needs reform, Xi has work to do."
The regular appearance in the Chinese media of People’s Liberation Army (PLA) figures calling for aggressive foreign policy causes controversy and confusion among foreign observers. The most sensational remarks usually
On February 5, Japanese Defense Minister Onodera Itsunori told the world that a Chinese Navy frigate had pointed “something like fire-control radar” at a Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) destroyer