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The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order
September 26, 2016

The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order

By Oliver Stuenkel
"We stand at the cusp of a historic shift of power away from the West toward Asia."
Toward Stronger Economic Relations Between Pakistan and Iran
June 26, 2016

Toward Stronger Economic Relations Between Pakistan and Iran

By Usman Javed
Pakistan and Iran need to come together to develop their economic and trade ties.

India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
April 25, 2016

India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015

By Ankit Panda
Largely due to recent government reforms, India has become the top destination for foreign direct investment worldwide.

Pakistan Army Chief Accuses India of Undermining China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
April 14, 2016

Pakistan Army Chief Accuses India of Undermining China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

By Ankit Panda
Pakistan's army chief accused India's intelligence agency of undermining the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan initiative.

Could Koreans Lead a Future Generation of Private Military Firms?
April 06, 2016

Could Koreans Lead a Future Generation of Private Military Firms?

By Robert Farley
Where would North Korea's soldiers go after a hypothetical reunification on the Korean peninsula?
China’s Currency Turbulence: Evidence China Lacks A Committed Economic Direction?
February 25, 2016

China’s Currency Turbulence: Evidence China Lacks A Committed Economic Direction?

By Adela Suliman
Despite the People's Bank of China's efforts, China's currency continues to falter.

Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
January 30, 2016

Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters

By Ankit Panda
Japan is experimenting with negative interest rates. Here's what that means.
Is Bhutan on the Cusp of a Revolution in Private Sector Growth?
January 20, 2016

Is Bhutan on the Cusp of a Revolution in Private Sector Growth?

By Mark Turner
Much work needs to be done, but Bhutan should celebrate its quick progress on economic development.

How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation
November 18, 2015

How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation

By Meg Lundsager
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has a range of provisions that could help fight currency manipulation.

China's Currency Set to Join IMF's Elite Currencies Club. So What?
November 17, 2015

China's Currency Set to Join IMF's Elite Currencies Club. So What?

By Ankit Panda
The IMF has said that it will recommend the renminbi's inclusion in its elite SDR basket of currencies.

An 'African Lion' Economy Learns from the Asian Tigers
October 10, 2015

An 'African Lion' Economy Learns from the Asian Tigers

By Benjamin David Baker and Jonathan Baker
Africa’s fastest growing economy takes a leaf out of South Korea and Taiwan’s book.
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects and Challenges
October 09, 2015

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects and Challenges

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda speaks with Devin Stewart about the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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