Victor Ferguson

Victor Ferguson
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Victor Ferguson is a PhD Candidate in the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University. His research concentrates on the intersection between international economic law, political economy, and economic coercion.

Markets and resilience in the face of economic coercion
Markets and resilience in the face of economic coercion
Calls for a “China plus” strategy rightfully draws business attention to the need to manage rising geoeconomic risks.
China sours on Australia’s wine
China sours on Australia’s wine
Why might Beijing have chosen to use anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations as informal economic sanctions?
In beef over barley, Chinese economic coercion cuts against the grain
In beef over barley, Chinese economic coercion cuts against the grain
Beijing has become adept at punishing countries with legally “dressed up” informal economic sanctions.
Huawei and the decoupling dilemma
Huawei and the decoupling dilemma
If Washington wants to liberalise China’s economy, it must also accept China’s deeper integration with global markets.
Thinking about Australia’s power and influence
Thinking about Australia’s power and influence
To maximise its international influence, Canberra must concentrate on pathways where it has a comparative advantage.
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