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Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?
April 12, 2019
Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?
Predicting the economic impact of polls in Thailand, Indonesia, India, Australia, and more.
Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?
Britain Confronts the China Challenge
April 12, 2019
Britain Confronts the China Challenge
A British Parliamentary Report questions the wisdom of proclaiming a “Golden Era” in UK-China relations.
Britain Confronts the China Challenge
Why Myanmar's New Insurance Market Opening Matters
April 12, 2019
Why Myanmar's New Insurance Market Opening Matters
Newly awarded insurance licenses offer a greater chance for economic development amid wider uncertainties.
Why Myanmar's New Insurance Market Opening Matters
The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon
April 12, 2019
The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon
The bourbon wars hold important lessons for how Americans think about trade policy.
The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
April 12, 2019
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
Min Aung Hlaing made it clear he appreciates China’s support, and will back the Belt and Road in return.
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
Anti-Submarine Warfare Drills Put the Focus on US-Thailand Security Ties
April 12, 2019
Anti-Submarine Warfare Drills Put the Focus on US-Thailand Security Ties
Development spotlights ongoing defense cooperation between the two allies.
Anti-Submarine Warfare Drills Put the Focus on US-Thailand Security Ties
What Did India’s Foreign Secretary Achieve on His Trip to Russia?
April 12, 2019
What Did India’s Foreign Secretary Achieve on His Trip to Russia?
A closer look at a recent interaction between the two sides.  
What Did India’s Foreign Secretary Achieve on His Trip to Russia?
South Korean Court Orders Easing of Decades-Old Abortion Ban
April 12, 2019
South Korean Court Orders Easing of Decades-Old Abortion Ban
The Constitutional Court ordered parliament to revise abortion laws by 2020.
South Korean Court Orders Easing of Decades-Old Abortion Ban
Now Is a Critical Stage for China’s New Energy Vehicles
April 11, 2019
Now Is a Critical Stage for China’s New Energy Vehicles
With government subsidies being slashed, it’s time to see if the industry can stand on its own.
Now Is a Critical Stage for China’s New Energy Vehicles
India’s Air Force to Begin Receiving AH-64E Attack Helicopters in August
April 11, 2019
India’s Air Force to Begin Receiving AH-64E Attack Helicopters in August
India is slated to take delivery of its first batch of four AH-64E attack helicopters this August.
India’s Air Force to Begin Receiving AH-64E Attack Helicopters in August
How Hungary’s Path Leads to China’s Belt and Road
April 11, 2019
How Hungary’s Path Leads to China’s Belt and Road
Hungary’s various identities are all pointing in one direction: toward Beijing.
How Hungary’s Path Leads to China’s Belt and Road
The Re-emergence of Uzbekistan’s First Minister of Interior
April 11, 2019
The Re-emergence of Uzbekistan’s First Minister of Interior
Zokirjon Almatov, brought out of retirement, recently gave an interview in which he discussed Andijan, a sensitive topic.
The Re-emergence of Uzbekistan’s First Minister of Interior
Where Do Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates Stand on Foreign Policy?
April 11, 2019
Where Do Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates Stand on Foreign Policy?
As the country heads for the polls, the two contenders’ foreign policy outlooks have not really factored all that much beyond a series of tendencies.
Where Do Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates Stand on Foreign Policy?
Afghanistan’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan, Part 1: 1991-2014
April 11, 2019
Afghanistan’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan, Part 1: 1991-2014
Since the early '90s, Kabul has tried to convince China to intervene with Pakistan on its behalf – to little success.
Afghanistan’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan, Part 1: 1991-2014
Naval Visit Highlights Vietnam-Bangladesh Relations
April 11, 2019
Naval Visit Highlights Vietnam-Bangladesh Relations
The engagement spotlighted some of the efforts both sides are making to boost ties.
Naval Visit Highlights Vietnam-Bangladesh Relations
Indonesia Launches Third <em>Nagapasa</em>-Class Diesel Electric Attack Submarine
April 11, 2019
Indonesia Launches Third Nagapasa-Class Diesel Electric Attack Submarine
The first locally assembled Nagapasa-class sub was launched on April 11.
Indonesia Launches Third Nagapasa-Class Diesel Electric Attack Submarine
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