Colin Chau

Colin Chau specializes in Canadian and Euro-Asian (Western Europe and former Soviet-Bloc) defence management and security policy, weapons (small-arms and ordinance) proliferation, global transmigration, international political economy, espionage, terrorism and terrorist financing. 

Twitter: @cpcolinchau
Wordpress: cpcolinchau.wordpress.com

China's censorship comes at too high a cost

The Chinese government has undertaken extensive efforts to stifle the private intelligence industry for the sake of national security, but it may come at a high cost.

Hong Kong and China tensions: one country, two solitudes

Earlier this year, The Diplomat magazine published an article about a televised rant by Kong Qingdong, a Peking University professor of literature, against Hong Kong, who denounced Mandarin...

Implosion or explosion? What's next for the "new" regime in North Korea?

From peaceful assimilation to all-out nuclear war on the Korean peninsula, international security experts make their best predictions for the future of North Korea after the death of Kim Jong-il.

Rethinking international affairs: A call for a multidisciplinary approach

Troubled times call for creative thinking. And 2012 will be no exception.

Richmond First municipal party's email blunder: Cat bit our tongue

2011 Municipal Election: Perhaps now, partisanship is no secret to the intelligence of Richmond's residents.

LGBT organization: John Cummins "out of touch with reality”

Newly elected B.C. Conservative Party leader and former 18-year Conservative MP (Richmond-East) John Cummins caused a storm of controversy when he said that sexual orientation is a "choice issue" on...