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Khorgos: Where East Meets West
April 01, 2016
Khorgos: Where East Meets West
Kazakhstan and China hope to make Khorgos Eastern Gate the new crossroads of Eurasia.
Khorgos: Where East Meets West
Iran, China and the Silk Road Train
March 30, 2016
Iran, China and the Silk Road Train
The Yiwu-Tehran train is a significant part of Beijing’s plans for regional integration.
Iran, China and the Silk Road Train
India's Place in the Sun: The International Solar Alliance
March 23, 2016
India's Place in the Sun: The International Solar Alliance
India is set to lead the International Solar Alliance, but its task is not without challenges.
India's Place in the Sun: The International Solar Alliance
Pakistan’s Ailing National Airline
March 14, 2016
Pakistan’s Ailing National Airline
After years of neglect, could privatization finally rescue Pakistan International Airlines?
Pakistan’s Ailing National Airline
Can Kazakhstan’s Privatization Plan Succeed?
February 18, 2016
Can Kazakhstan’s Privatization Plan Succeed?
Kazakhstan’s plan to privatize its state industries is ambitious, but it faces some major barriers.
Can Kazakhstan’s Privatization Plan Succeed?
Japan's Economic Prospects in 2016
February 16, 2016
Japan's Economic Prospects in 2016
Tamim Bayoumi of the PIIE on Japan's economic state and what's next for Abenomics
Japan's Economic Prospects in 2016
Malaysia After the Scandal
February 01, 2016
Malaysia After the Scandal
The 1MDB scandal has drawn attention to corruption in Malaysia, but is it enough to spark reform?
Malaysia After the Scandal
JCPOA: A New Dawn for Iran’s Oil and Gas Industry
January 29, 2016
JCPOA: A New Dawn for Iran’s Oil and Gas Industry
Sanctions relief will breathe fresh air into Iran’s dilapidated oil and gas industry.
JCPOA: A New Dawn for Iran’s Oil and Gas Industry
The Eurasian Union’s Troubled First Year
December 28, 2015
The Eurasian Union’s Troubled First Year
The EEU’s first year has raised serious questions about its economic rationale, institutional effectiveness, and geopolitical underpinnings.
The Eurasian Union’s Troubled First Year
A Fillip for the TAPI Pipeline
December 03, 2015
A Fillip for the TAPI Pipeline
In the run-up to the groundbreaking ceremony the troubled pipeline has enjoyed a financial and geopolitical boost
A Fillip for the TAPI Pipeline
The Rise and Fall of Shadow Banking in China
November 19, 2015
The Rise and Fall of Shadow Banking in China
How shadow banking became the catch-all for riskier finance.
The Rise and Fall of Shadow Banking in China
How Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
November 17, 2015
How Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
A look at the financial risk factors in China and how successful the government has been in addressing them.
How Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
The Truth About China’s Ghost Cities
October 29, 2015
The Truth About China’s Ghost Cities
The same process that produces currently underpopulated new areas has created some of the world’s most successful cities
The Truth About China’s Ghost Cities
What Next for the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
October 29, 2015
What Next for the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
With the TPP, the Asia-Pacific has the opportunity to shape the future of international commerce.
What Next for the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects and Challenges
October 09, 2015
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects and Challenges
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda speaks with Devin Stewart about the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects and Challenges
Abenomics 2.0: A Reform Reboot For Japan?
September 30, 2015
Abenomics 2.0: A Reform Reboot For Japan?
The Japanese PM turns his attention from defense to his economic program.
Abenomics 2.0: A Reform Reboot For Japan?
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