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Can Asian Growth Survive Trade Threats?
April 13, 2018

Can Asian Growth Survive Trade Threats?

By Anthony Fensom
So far, so good for Asia's growth projections. But how long can that last?

In Competing With China, the US Should Realize the Virtues of the Rules-Based Order Speak for Themselves
February 25, 2018

In Competing With China, the US Should Realize the Virtues of the Rules-Based Order Speak for Themselves

By Theresa Lou
How can the United States lead without categorically opposing China’s international role and leadership?
Junk Bond Sale and Development Aid: How to Build a Road and a Dam in Tajikistan
October 26, 2017

Junk Bond Sale and Development Aid: How to Build a Road and a Dam in Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
From the ADB to junk bond-hungry investors, Dushanbe is pulling in financial help. But will it make a difference?

ADB: Climate Change Threatens Asia’s Development Gains
July 17, 2017

ADB: Climate Change Threatens Asia’s Development Gains

By Anthony Fensom
The ADB predicts "drastic changes" that could pose an "existential threat" to some Asian countries.

The Asian Development Bank Adjusts to the Age of AIIB and Trump
May 11, 2017

The Asian Development Bank Adjusts to the Age of AIIB and Trump

By Mina Pollmann
First, China's challenger bank arose. Now, Japan has to deal with lack of U.S. interest in the ADB.

Despite Political Worries, Asia Still World’s Economic Powerhouse
April 08, 2017

Despite Political Worries, Asia Still World’s Economic Powerhouse

By Anthony Fensom
The Asian Development Bank says the region will remain the biggest contributor to global growth in 2017.

China-led AIIB Sees Membership Expansion: What's Next?
March 30, 2017

China-led AIIB Sees Membership Expansion: What's Next?

By Ankit Panda
13 new countries were approved as members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank earlier this month.
Beware the Limits of Foreign Aid in Tajikistan
October 21, 2016

Beware the Limits of Foreign Aid in Tajikistan

By Henry James
International assistance may not go as far as some claim it will.

Assessing Tajikistan's Growth Potential
September 14, 2016

Assessing Tajikistan's Growth Potential

By Catherine Putz
Dushanbe is hamstrung by lack of international investor confidence, a result of perceived instability and corruption.

The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?
April 26, 2016

The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?

By Jonathan Dove
Should the West be worried about new competition in the global financial architecture?

Meet the Likely President of the AIIB
July 06, 2015

Meet the Likely President of the AIIB

By Ankit Panda
This Chinese official is likely to be the first president of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
Can Japan Have an Economic Grand Strategy Beyond the TPP?
July 05, 2015

Can Japan Have an Economic Grand Strategy Beyond the TPP?

By Shihoko Goto
Can Tokyo provide economic leadership in a rapidly changing region?

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