Dr Yenkong Ngangjoh Hodu is a senior lecturer in law and the director of LL.M. and M.A. programmes at the University of Manchester. Before, he conducted research at the Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala, Sweden, and at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Amongst others, he has been a visiting professor to Wuhan University Law School, Fudan University Law School, and the University of Peking. Yenkong specialises in international trade law with a focus on Africa-EU and Africa-US relations, in public international law, intellectual property rights law, investment law, and international development law. He is a barrister and is called to the Supreme Court of Cameroon. At the China-EU School of Law he teaches “WTO Law”.