Senior Research Fellow, Asia Institute, Monash University: Associate, Future Directions International (Australia) and Middle East Consultants International (London) Analytical Group. Citizen of Australia (resident, Victoria 3930) and European Union (resident, 17310 Charente Maritime). Learnt Japanese on military service 1944-48 (Int. Corps India, Mid-East). Oxford BA Classics, Phil.and Hist. 1951, MA 1953: Then 2nd Secretary UK Foreign Service in Hong Kong, Phnom Penh, Saigon, Vientiane. From 1960 to now, using competence in major European languages and Chinese, Russian etc. researched and published on Asia-Pacific and international affairs as senior academic at Universities of Oxford, Hong Kong, South Carolina, Australian National and others, with gaps while globetrotting as Ministerial Staff (Directeur de Cabinet) in Australian Government and later as Directing Staff, Australian Administrative Staff College/Melbourne U. Business School, 1981-1991. MA Oxon.
Articles by Ian Adie
- Wikileaks - aims and objectives
- Worldpower China - internal dissent spills over into international relations
- Can China’s consumers keep blowing America’s bubble?
- G20: a good crisis wasted? China scored, Australia’s Rudd stumbled.
- Can Aussie miners & China’s farmers save Bureau-Kapitalism?
- To stem or surf? The Sovereign Fund Tsunami from Bernanke’s bursting bubbles, chinese inflation riots, and more.
- Australia votes: China wins?
- More Adventures of Mahmoud Taazi of Teheran:Blinding impudence, or invocation of Apocalypse?
- Coming of age ? - APEC, Asia-Pacific and Australia at heart of the new, multipolar New World
- Australia - a perception of China's ambitions
- The Ice-cold War