Name: Niall Duggan
Academic Unit: Department of Government and Politics
Niall’s main research focus is emerging economies in global governance; and China’s foreign and security policies, with a special focus on Sino-African and Sino-EU relations. The relationship between existing and emerging powers in global and regional institutions; non-traditional security issues such as climate change, energy security, and food security.
Duggan, N, Naarajarvi, T (2015) 'China in Global Food Security Governance'. Journal of Contemporary China, 24 :943-960
Niall Duggan (2018) 'BRICS and Non-traditional Security' In: John Kirton, & Marina Larionova (eds). BRICS and Global Governance. Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge
Niall Duggan and Obert Hodzi (2016) ‘’All-Weather Friendship’’: COP22 and Its Effect on Sino-African Relations. Nottingham: UK
Niall Duggan (2017) CHINA AND THE ENERGY-FOOD-WATER NEXUS
Niall Duggan (2017) 'The People’s Republic of China and European Union security cooperation in Africa: Sino-EU security cooperation in Mali and the Gulf of Aden'. International Journal of China Studies, 8 (1):1-23