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One Belt, One Road, One Hegemon? The Geopolitics of China's OBOR Initiative
May 12, 2017
One Belt, One Road, One Hegemon? The Geopolitics of China's OBOR Initiative
What is China's 'One Belt, One Road' initiative all about?
One Belt, One Road, One Hegemon? The Geopolitics of China's OBOR Initiative
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
February 21, 2017
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
Solving Asia’s affordability crisis will not happen overnight, and will require both demand and supply-side measures.
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
Does India's 2017 Budget Impress?
February 09, 2017
Does India's 2017 Budget Impress?
What's in India's 2017 budget?
Does India's 2017 Budget Impress?
China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Set For Membership Expansion
January 25, 2017
China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Set For Membership Expansion
The China-led AIIB is ready for its first large membership expansion.
China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Set For Membership Expansion
How Does Industrial Espionage Affect Economic Growth?
January 15, 2017
How Does Industrial Espionage Affect Economic Growth?
A new economic paper argues that industrial espionage works.
How Does Industrial Espionage Affect Economic Growth?
Bush Gave China Permanent Normal Trade Relations Status With the US 15 Years Ago. What Did That Change?
December 28, 2016
Bush Gave China Permanent Normal Trade Relations Status With the US 15 Years Ago. What Did That Change?
Was the decision to grant PNTR to China a catastrophe or a driver of mutual prosperity?
Bush Gave China Permanent Normal Trade Relations Status With the US 15 Years Ago. What Did That Change?
Crime Among Japan's Elderly and Labor Productivity
November 23, 2016
Crime Among Japan's Elderly and Labor Productivity
The phenomenon may be suggestive of an underlying economic opportunity for Japan.
Crime Among Japan's Elderly and Labor Productivity
External Shocks Continue to Put Pressure on Central Asian Economies
October 25, 2016
External Shocks Continue to Put Pressure on Central Asian Economies
The IMF forecasts the slowest economic recovery in almost two decades.
External Shocks Continue to Put Pressure on Central Asian Economies
Can Samsung's Note 7 Discontinuation Shake the South Korean Economy?
October 12, 2016
Can Samsung's Note 7 Discontinuation Shake the South Korean Economy?
Samsung Electronics' mobile devices account for roughly 2 percent of South Korea's exports.
Can Samsung's Note 7 Discontinuation Shake the South Korean Economy?
The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order
September 26, 2016
The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order
"We stand at the cusp of a historic shift of power away from the West toward Asia."
The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order
Toward Stronger Economic Relations Between Pakistan and Iran
June 26, 2016
Toward Stronger Economic Relations Between Pakistan and Iran
Pakistan and Iran need to come together to develop their economic and trade ties.
Toward Stronger Economic Relations Between Pakistan and Iran
India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
April 25, 2016
India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
Largely due to recent government reforms, India has become the top destination for foreign direct investment worldwide.
India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
Pakistan Army Chief Accuses India of Undermining China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
April 14, 2016
Pakistan Army Chief Accuses India of Undermining China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Pakistan's army chief accused India's intelligence agency of undermining the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan initiative.
Pakistan Army Chief Accuses India of Undermining China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Could Koreans Lead a Future Generation of Private Military Firms?
April 06, 2016
Could Koreans Lead a Future Generation of Private Military Firms?
Where would North Korea's soldiers go after a hypothetical reunification on the Korean peninsula?
Could Koreans Lead a Future Generation of Private Military Firms?
China’s Currency Turbulence: Evidence China Lacks A Committed Economic Direction?
February 25, 2016
China’s Currency Turbulence: Evidence China Lacks A Committed Economic Direction?
Despite the People's Bank of China's efforts, China's currency continues to falter.
China’s Currency Turbulence: Evidence China Lacks A Committed Economic Direction?
Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
January 30, 2016
Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
Japan is experimenting with negative interest rates. Here's what that means.
Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
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