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When the Dragon Rolls Over: Spillovers From China’s Economic Transition
October 05, 2016

When the Dragon Rolls Over: Spillovers From China’s Economic Transition

By Catherine Putz
Both Beijing and the world have a hand in managing the risks stemming from China's economic transition.
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?

IMF Projects Another Bad Year for Central Asian Economies
April 14, 2016

IMF Projects Another Bad Year for Central Asian Economies

By Catherine Putz
The causes are familiar: Russian recession and low oil prices.

Tajikistan: Bailouts, Depots and Bad Neighbors
February 27, 2016

Tajikistan: Bailouts, Depots and Bad Neighbors

By Catherine Putz
Recommended regional reads on Dushanbe's financial troubles, quest to quash opposition, and poor neighborly relations.

India: A Late-Bloomer, Not a Latecomer, in Global Economic Leadership
February 23, 2016

India: A Late-Bloomer, Not a Latecomer, in Global Economic Leadership

By Akshay Mathur
In recent years, India has elevated its commitments to multilateral economic institutions.
The Top 5 Accomplishments of Chinese Diplomacy in 2015
December 29, 2015

The Top 5 Accomplishments of Chinese Diplomacy in 2015

By Dingding Chen
2015 was a very good year for Chinese diplomacy. Expert 2016 to be more challenging.

Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
June 30, 2015

Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB

By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar
The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has swept up U.S. allies.
The AIIB: China's Just Getting Started
March 20, 2015

The AIIB: China's Just Getting Started

By Jin Kai
The AIIB's success doesn't mean that China has deposed the US -- but the game has only just begun.

Global Economy: Is Time Running Out For Reform?
February 17, 2015

Global Economy: Is Time Running Out For Reform?

By Anthony Fensom
Global governments are urged to make good on their reform commitments.

China Needs to Get Busy Marketing BRICS Bank
August 10, 2014

China Needs to Get Busy Marketing BRICS Bank

By Matthew Ribar
A recent conference was a missed opportunity for Beijing to present the NDB as an alternative to Western finance.

The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
July 29, 2014

The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft

By George Yin
Can a China-dominated New Development Bank replace the World Bank and the IMF?
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
July 25, 2014

Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank

By Zachary Keck
Bangladesh wants to join the new BRICS development bank as a founding member.

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