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Nong HONG

Email: hongnong1026@gmail.com; Tel: +1 (780) 5665433

Address: 20840-94 Avenue, NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5T 4B8


Education

Ph.D.: Political Science, University of Alberta, Canada, (April 2010)

  • Dissertation title: Law and Politics in the South China Sea: Assessing the Role of UNCLOS in Ocean Dispute Settlement

  • Committee: Dr. Wenran Jiang, Dr. Tom Keating, Dr. Andy Knight, Dr. Ian Townsend-Gault


Master: Public Management / Global Public Policy, Potsdam University, Germany (May 2004)


B.A: International Journalism, Shanghai International Studies University, China


Certificate: Law of the Sea and Maritime Law, Summer Academy of ITLOS, Hamburg, Germany


Diploma of Rhodes: Ocean Policy and Law, Rhodes Academy, Greece.


Certificate: Ocean Governance: Law, Policy and Management, Dalhousie University, Canada.


Employment

Postdoctoral Fellow at China Institute, University of Alberta, focusing on research on (January – December, 2011)

  • Research on China’s maritime policy, China-Canada cooperation on the Arctic

  • Working on a research project of “Emerging interests of non-Arctic countries in the Arctic”

  • Coordinating an international conference of “Maritime Security Issues of Canada, US and China: the Arctic and the South China Sea”.

  • Working the book manuscript titled as “UNCLOS and Ocean Dispute Settlement: Law and Politics in the South China Sea”, to be published by Routledge, Spring, 2012


Adjunct senior fellow, Research Center for Oceans Law & Policy, National Institute for South China Sea Studies (October 2004 till now)

  • Research on China politics and foreign policy; ocean governance in Northeast and Southeast Asia (law, policy and management); international law of the sea; international security (non-traditional security); international dispute settlement/conflict resolution.

  • Coordinating international conferences, workshops and seminars.



ITLOS-Nippon Fellow for International Dispute Settlement, Germany (July 2008- March 2009)


Visiting fellow at Center of Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, U.S.A (February 2009)


Visiting Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, Germany (May - July2007)


Visiting fellow to International Court of Justice (ICJ), International Criminal Court (ICC), European Commission in September 2008, International Maritime Organization (IMO), and International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds, OSPAR Secretariat in October 2008, United Nations General Assembly and other agencies in November 2008.


^ Teaching experience

Taught “Asian System”, POL S 578 (January - April 2008, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)


Taught “Selected Topics in Contemporary Politics – Hot Issues on Contemporary East Asian Politics, POL S 354” (July-August 2010, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)


TA Introduction of Politics, POL S 101 (September 2007-April 2008)


TA Introduction of International Relations, POL S 260 (September 2006-April 2007)


Scholarships and Funding

1. Ph.D. Scholarship, University of Alberta (2006- 2010)

2. Dr. Okon Udokang Memorial Graduate Scholarship, University of Alberta, Canada (2008)

3. Frank Peers Graduate Research Scholarship, University of Alberta, Canada (2008)

4. German Research Travel Award, Univeristy of Alberta (2007)

5. Entrance Award of Univeristy of Alberta (2006)

6. Rhodes Scholarship, covering the study at Rhodes Academy of Ocean Law and Policy (2006)

7. KOIC Grant (The Korea International Cooperation Agency), covering the internship at ITLOS (2006)

8. OPEC Scholarship, covering the study at Dalhousie Univeristy of Canada (2005)

9. InWEnt Scholarship: InWEnt—Capacity Building International, Germany (formerly German Foundation for International Development [DSE]), covering my master study at Potsdam Univeristy of Germany (2003-2004)




Publications

1. Monograph

Nong Hong, UNCLOS and Ocean Dispute Settlement: Law and Politics in the South China Sea (Routledge, forthcoming in Spring of 2012)


Nong Hong, ^ Building Global Order in the 21st Century: An Approach of International Relations informed by International Law and A Call for Interdisciplinary Research Agenda (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010)


2. Book chapters


Nong Hong, “China’s South China Sea Policy”, in Assessment of the South China Sea Dispute in 2010 (Taiwan Chengchi University Publisher, August 2011)


Nong Hong, “Energy Factor in the Arctic Dispute: Pathway to Conflict or Cooperation?” in Barry Scott Zellen (ed.), ^ The Fast Thawing Arctic – Peace and Security in a Warming World (UC Press, forthcoming)


Nong Hong, “Arctic vs. South China Sea: How Coastal States and User States View the Navigation Regime”, in Wu Shicun and Zou Keyuan (eds.), Cooperation in Dealing with Non-Traditional Security Issues in the South China Sea: Seeking More Effective Means (Cambridge Press, forthcoming)


Nong Hong, "Maritime Trade Development in Asia: A Need for Regional Maritime Security Cooperation in the South China Sea", in Wu Shicun and Zou Keyuan (eds.), ^ Maritime Security in the South China Sea: Regional Implications and International Cooperation (Surrey: Ashgate, 2009), pp.31-50


Nong Hong, Wenran Jiang, “China’s Strategic Presence in the Southeast Asia
Region,” in Andrew Forbes (ed.), Maritime Capacity Building in the Asia-Pacific Region (Australian Maritime Affairs No. 30, 2010), pp.141-57


Shicun Wu, Nong Hong, "Energy Security of China & the Oil and Gas Exploitation In the South China Sea", in Myron H. Nordquist, John Norton Moore and Kuen-chen Fu (eds.), ^ Recent Developments in the Law of the Sea and China, (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2006), pp.145-55.


3. Journal and newspaper publications


Nong Hong, “The Energy Factor in the Arctic Dispute A Pathway to Conflict or Cooperation?” in the Journal of World Energy Law & Business (Oxford Journal), January 2012


Nong Hong, “The Melting Arctic and Its Impact on China’s Maritime Transport” ^ Research in Transporta​tion Economics, January 2012)


Nong Hong, “China’s Maritime Security Outlook in 2010: an Assessment on China’s Maritime Policy-making”, Taiwanese Journal of WTO Studies (forthcoming in February 2012)


Nong Hong, “Charting a Maritime Security Cooperation Mechanism in the Indian Ocean: Sharing Responsibilities among Littoral States and User States”, ^ May 2012 special issue of Strategic Analysis IDSA


Nong Hong, Wenran Jiang, “Chinese Perceptions Of U.S. Engagement In The South China Sea”, in China Brief, Volume XI Issue 12, July 1, 2011, pp.7-9


Nong Hong, “Post-DOC Controversy in the South ChinaA Setback or Progress of Dispute Settlement in the region? , ^ BBC, July 5, 2011, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/vietnamese/culture/2011/07/110704_linda_le_analysis.shtml


Nong Hong,Arctic Energy: Pathway to Conflict or Cooperation in the High North?” in Journal of Energy Security, May 2011 Issue.


Nong Hong, “Post-2002 Development in the South China Sea: Seeking For Confidence Building & Regional Cooperation”, in ^ Journal of Defence and Security, volume 2 Number 1/2011, pp.54-70


Nong Hong, Adolf K.Y. Ng, “The international legal instruments in addressing piracy and maritime terrorism: A critical review”, Research in Transportation Economics, Volume 27, Issue 1, 2010, pp.51-60


Nong Hong, “Chinese Perceptions of the South China Sea Dispute”,^ Geopolitics of Energy, vol.30, no.6, June 2008, pp.12-19


Nong Hong, “An Analysis of International Law on Continental Shelf Delimitation”, in Journal of the South China Sea Studies, vol. 1, no.2 (2006), pp.9-20


Nong Hong, "Some Observation of the Evolution of America's Position on UNCLOS", in ^ China Ocean Law Review (China Review Culture Limited. ISSN 1813-73501), vol. 1, no. 1 (2005)

Conferences

Nong Hong, “ASEAN-China Relationship in the South China Sea Framework”, presentation at the 9th Cross-Strait Workshop on the South China Sea Issue, December 19, 2011, Taipei


Nong Hong, Commentary on Panel “Freedom and safety of navigation and its impacts on regional economic growth ”, at the International Conference of “Implementing the DOC and Maintaining the Freedom and Safety of Navigation in the South China Sea”, 14-15 December 2011, Haikou, China


Nong Hong, Commentary on Panel “Maritime Security-towards a regional code of conduct?” at the 8th General Conference of CSCAP 2011, November 21, 2011, Hanoi


Nong Hong, “Rethinking the coastal states and user states’ interests in the South China Sea: Bridging the perception gap and sharing the responsibilities”, Paper submitted to^ International Conference of “Cooperation for the Safety of Navigation in East Asia: Legal Arrangements and Political Implications , November 17-18, 2011, Haikou, China


Nong Hong, “ ‘ASEAN+1’ Regime in the South China Sea Issues: A Review of the Past and A Prospect for the Future”, paper submitted to “International Conference on The South China Sea: Toward a Region of Peace, Cooperation and Progress”, July 5-6, 2011, Manila, the Philippines.


Nong Hong, “Recent Development in the South China Sea: Seeking for Confidence Building and Regional Ocean Governance”, paper submitted to International Conference of “East Asia Cooperation: Maritime Strategy, Security and Governance”, May 26-28, 2011, Shanghai, China.


Nong Hong, “China’s Maritime Security Outlook in 2010: an Assessment on China’s Maritime Policy-making”, paper submitted to Conference of “Living with Giants: A Canada-East Asia Dialogue On Regional And Global Issues”, May 5-6, 2011, Taipei


Nong Hong, “China’s Maritime Strategy”, paper presented at the Workshop on “Maritime Security and Regional Cooperation in Northeast Asia”, November 8-12, 2010, Vladivostok, Russia.


Nong Hong, “Post-2002 Development in the South China Sea: Seeking for Confidence Building & Regional Cooperation”, paper presented at “Putrajaya Forum: Emerging Regional Security Architecture”, October 13-15, 2010, Putrajaya, Malaysia


Nong Hong, “Arctic vs. South China Sea: How Coastal States and User States View the Navigation Regime”, paper presented at the International Conference on “Cooperation on Dealing with Non-Traditional Security Issues in the South China Sea: Seeking More Effective Means”, May 21-22, Haikou, China


Nong Hong, “Addressing Modern Piracy and Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Law, Policy and Governance”, Conference Proceedings of International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSP) 2009, Post-Financial Tsunami: The Way Forward for Shipping, Transport and International Trade (ISBN: 978-962-367-653-3)


Nong Hong, “Maritime Security Needs and Initiatives”, Conference paper at “Legal Challenges in Maritime Security”, the 31st Virginia Law of the Sea Conference, May 24-26, 2007, Heidelberg, Germany,


Nong Hong, "Maritime Trade Development in Asia: A Need for Regional Maritime Security Cooperation in the South China Sea", paper presented at the "International Conference on Maritime Security on the South China Sea", Hainan, China, December 2005.


Nong Hong, "Anti-Piracy and Regional Maritime Security Cooperation in the South China Sea", paper presented at the Conference of "International Conference on Port and Piracy in East and Southeast Asia", October 2005 Shanghai, China.


Nong Hong, "Analysis of the Situation and Perspective of China's Multinational Energy Security Cooperation", paper presented at the "Symposium on China's Energy Security and the South China Sea", Hainan, China, December 2004.


^ Service to the University and Community


Nong Hong, conference coordinator of the International Conference of “Implementing the DOC and Maintaining the Freedom and Safety of Navigation in the South China Sea”, 14-15 December 2011, Haikou, China


Nong Hong, conference coordinator of International Conference of “Cooperation for the Safety of Navigation in East Asia: Legal Arrangements and Political Implications” , November 17-18, 2011, Haikou, China


Nong Hong, workshop coordinator of “Canada, US and China:Maritime Security Issues: The Arctic and the South China Sea-Sharpened Competition or Collaboration?”, September 22-23, 2011, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


Nong Hong, delegate of East Asia Security Symposium 2011, organized by US Department of States and US Pacific Command, July 2011


Nong Hong, Invited speaker at the round table discussion with Center for Naval Analysis, Rand Corporation, Naval War College, East and West Center, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, September 19-28, 2010


Nong Hong, Lecture for Delegation of the Australian Defence College to Haikou, China, April, 2010,


Nong Hong, “Law and Politics in the South China Sea: Assessing the Law of the Sea Convention in Ocean Dispute Settlement”, Department of Asian & International Studies & Southeast Asia Research Centre Joint Seminar, City University of Hong Kong, May 2009.


Nong Hong, “Regime Theory and the Law of the Sea: a Case of the South China Sea”, paper submitted to The International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea Capacity-Building and Training Programme on Dispute Settlement, March 2009.


Nong Hong, “Barbados vs. Trinidad & Tobago Arbitration and Its Implication on China’s Maritime Boundary Delimitation”, paper submitted to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, June 2006.


Nong Hong, “Seeking for A Peaceful Settlement to the South China Sea Dispute under UNCLOS”, paper submitted to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, June 2006.


Nong Hong, Ren Huaifeng, Evaluation Report on the South China Sea Development of 2005, policy report submitted to the Foreign Ministry of the People Republic of China.


Nong Hong, Editor-in-chief of Proceeding of the Symposium on South China Sea Resource & Cooperation between China Mainland and Taiwan, 2004


Nong Hong, Ren Huaifeng, Evaluation Report on the South China Sea Development of 2004, policy report submitted to the Foreign Ministry of the People Republic of China.


Ren Huaifeng, Nong Hong, Evaluation Report on the South China Sea Development of 2003, policy report submitted to the Foreign Ministry of the People Republic of China.


Areas of Research interests

  • East Asia (China)

  • Southeast Asia

  • The Arctic






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