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Eugene Clark
Dr Eugene Clark is Emeritus Professor, University of Canberra, Visiting Professor, China University of Political Science and Law and Chair of the International Association for eLeadership. With a career in both the US and Australia, Clark is a former University Pro-Vice Chancellor, Law School Dean, CEO and legal practitioner. 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.
February 21, 2018
On track to a more innovative China
In many practical ways, including key policy developments, China this year will be seeking to maintain its momentum as one of the world's most innovative countries.
February 18, 2018
Lessons for business in the Year of the Dog
To celebrate the forthcoming Year of the Dog, the writer offers some thoughts on what we can learn from a dog in our business and personal relations.
February 16, 2018
Happy New Year and Spring Festival to my Chinese friends
China's Spring Festival is indeed a wonderful example of family traditions and the power of "connection."  It is a time to remind us of the simpler, essential things of life.
February 12, 2018
​My new year's resolution:  Stop the blame game and begin anew
The writer is saddened by those stuck in the negativity of blaming others for their problems, and offers some positive advice to get the most out of life.
February 1, 2018
‘A Tale of Two Trumps’: Reflections on the Trump presidency’s first year
A look back at President Trump’s first year in office reveals both noteworthy accomplishments and serious problems that will need to be addressed if his administration hopes to achieve its full agenda in the coming years.
January 21, 2018
As AI goes to law school, the legal profession goes to AI
The recent founding of a "legal AI lab" at Peking University suggests that to maintain relevance in the modern era, law schools need to study up on tech.
January 2, 2018
Empowering talent flows to meet the needs of a global economy
Across the world, efforts are being made to create a global system that will enable students' academic qualifications to be recognized anywhere, a vital part of the 21st Century Information Age.
December 17, 2017
Human rights protection in an information age
Protecting human rights in the current Information Age present many new challenges that all governments must tackle right away.
December 5, 2017
WIC: Important opportunity for dialogue on internet's future
The ongoing World Internet Conference in China offers a unique chance for divergent views on governance to be aired to foster better understanding and cooperation in the future.
November 16, 2017
Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) in an Information Age
Technology has penetrated the legal profession, enabling litigation to be handled more quickly, efficiently and transparently.
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