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Eugene Clark
Dr Eugene Clark is Emeritus Professor, University of Canberra and Chairman of the National Academy of Professional Studies. With a career in higher education in the US, Australia and China, Clark is a former University Pro-Vice Chancellor, Law School Dean. He has also been a CEO, legal practitioner and educational consultant. Clark is the co-author of, Internet and E-commerce Law, Business and Policy (Thomson 2011) as well as many other books and articles on e-commerce, commercial law and legal education. For a number of years he wrote a weekly column on Technology and Law for the Canberra Times. The views expressed in these opinions are solely those of the columnist/author and not those of China.org.cn or his employer.
December 1, 2016
Celebrating the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement
On the one year anniversary of the signing of ChAFTA, it's important to celebrate the agreement's success but also to consider how we can continue improving upon it.
November 24, 2016
The modern world needs more globalization
China leads at the APEC summit in putting globalization and internationalization back on world agenda.
November 23, 2016
Effective diplomacy lessons for the South China Sea
A recent multinational agreement reached over the Ross Sea provides useful lessons for other contested bodies of water.
November 14, 2016
The Trump victory and 'divided' States of America
The reasons why Trump won the election and a hope that pre-electoral rhetoric will be tempered by reality and an experienced team.
November 2, 2016
Enhancing globalisation through mutual recognition of educational qualifications
Economically, culturally, and politically, it is important to put the "universal" in university qualifications and move in the direction of cross-border recognition of qualifications.
October 28, 2016
Role of law in making e-government a reality: Australian e-conveyancing
In the field of e-government, the local concept of e-conveyancing is being tested in Australia as a means of simplifying public dealings with lawyers and real estate agents.
October 19, 2016
Sydney and Beijing: technology parks and systems of innovation
High-tech innovation is being strongly pursued by both Australia and China, with emphasis on helping start-ups by promising companies and innovators.
September 27, 2016
Promoting sustainable tourism in the 21st century
Tourism is growing around the world, but it needs to change to accommodate the demands of sustainable development that preserves rather than destroys.
September 24, 2016
Promoting more transparent and ethical digital influence in social media
The internet and other social media allow those with skills at influencing others to flourish, but it requires an honest and transparent approach to ensure this is a source of good.
September 10, 2016
Rebuilding trust in financial services and institutions
The Global Financial Crisis starting in 2008 revealed many shortcomings in the financial industry that damaged public trust. A new book offers suggestions for restoring that trust.
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