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Could Cambodia’s Minor Parties Play a Major Role in its 2018 Election?
June 08, 2018

Could Cambodia’s Minor Parties Play a Major Role in its 2018 Election?

By David Hutt
The potential importance of smaller parties in upcoming polls should not be overlooked.
More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose
May 03, 2018

More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose

By Udayan Das
Renewed interest in India and the UK might provide new impetus to the 53-member group.

Britain's China Challenge
January 30, 2018

Britain's China Challenge

By Kerry Brown
Ahead of PM Theresa May's visit, there are signs China already views the U.K. as a supplicant rather than an equal.

Could the UK Join the TPP?
January 10, 2018

Could the UK Join the TPP?

By Li Jie Sheng
London would have to overcome several roadblocks first.

Will Brexit Affect Regionalism in Southeast Asia?
September 08, 2017

Will Brexit Affect Regionalism in Southeast Asia?

By Laura Allison-Reumann and Philomena Murray
ASEAN should reflect seriously on Brexit, and the UK will need to reconnect alone with Southeast Asia.
UK-Japan: Prime Minister May Tries to Allay Brexit Fears with State Visit
September 06, 2017

UK-Japan: Prime Minister May Tries to Allay Brexit Fears with State Visit

By Irina Angelescu
Was May's visit sufficient to alleviate Japanese concerns about Brexit?

Japan, UK Talk Brexit and North Korea
May 03, 2017

Japan, UK Talk Brexit and North Korea

By Yukari Easton
The summit between Shinzo Abe and Theresa May largely focused on two issues.
Keeping Brexit in Perspective for Australia
April 21, 2017

Keeping Brexit in Perspective for Australia

By Margherita Matera, Laura Allison-Reumann, and Philomena Murray
Going forward, Australia will need to balance its ties with the U.K. and the EU.

UK Defense Minister Arrives in India, With Eyes Set on Tech Transfer
April 13, 2017

UK Defense Minister Arrives in India, With Eyes Set on Tech Transfer

By Ankit Panda
Britain's short-term sights are not set on concluding deals, but on expanding knowledge exchange.

France’s Presidential Elections: The Need for a China Agenda 
December 03, 2016

France’s Presidential Elections: The Need for a China Agenda 

By Sébastien Goulard
France's presidential candidates should put more thought into their China policies.

China in the Crosshairs of Anti-Globalization Trend
December 02, 2016

China in the Crosshairs of Anti-Globalization Trend

By Kerry Brown
Why it is time for China to adopt a more generous, sympathetic attitude toward other countries.
Is Asia Ready for Trump and ‘Brexit Times 10’?
November 07, 2016

Is Asia Ready for Trump and ‘Brexit Times 10’?

By Anthony Fensom
Fear over a President Trump is already shaking Asia's markets.

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