The South China Sea – whose is it, who wants it and why?

A lecture by Mr Bill Hayton, reporter and Associate, Chatham House    

9 May 2018

Where: SCI (Society of Chemical Industry), 14/15 Belgrave Square, London SW1

Lecture starts at 1.15pm. Sandwich lunch at 12.30pm - please order by 2.30pm Monday 7th May, via the office

Tickets: Members and their guests only

Bill Hayton is an Associate Fellow with the Asia Programme of Chatham House in 2015. He is the author of The South China Sea: the struggle for power in Asia (Yale, 2014) and Vietnam: Rising Dragon (Yale, 2010). Bill has worked for the BBC since 1998 and currently works for BBC World News television in London.  He has given presentations about South China Sea and Southeast Asian issues for think-tanks and government institutions in the UK, US, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and elsewhere.

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