The Demographic Promises and Perils of Seoul’s Filipino Domestic Helper Initiative
By Eom Tae Yeon
Can South Korea entice women into the workforce by outsourcing domestic labor to foreigners? More importantly, should it?
The Economics Behind India’s Farmers Protest
By Bibhudatta Pradhan
Thousands of farmers are protesting again for guaranteed minimum support prices for their crops, an issue that remains sticky.
China Looks to Ukraine War for Guidance on Attack Helicopters
By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
With respect to Russian airpower, Chinese strategists continue to be quite fixated on Russian attack helicopter operations in Ukraine.
The Silent Erosion of Afghanistan’s Urban Middle Class: A Neglected Crisis
By Lutfi Rahimi
While the focus on Afghanistan tends to revolve around geopolitical tensions and security concerns, the slow erosion of the urban middle class is sending the country decades backward.