Category: china

  • on china

    this paper was written as a final for the ucl course “law and governance in contemporary china” this is one of those cases where i sat down, jotted down an outline, then filled it in in order, building my bibliography bit by bit, a clean kill (procedurally, also i mean it in the fictional media…

  • volt typhoon

    hello folks, I said a few things for an article: Chinese hackers want to wreak ‘disruption and destruction’ on US critical infrastructure

  • bits on cables

    a brief update: I was quoted on a piece by Kieren McCarthy for the Telegraph – on cables, what else? There is another good reason to keep the temperature down when it comes to submarine cables: they are uniquely vulnerable, particularly given their importance to global communication. Anna Pagnacco is an academic who has studied…