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What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve
December 05, 2014
What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve
The protestors may not win genuine universal suffrage for 2017, but they may do something even more important.
What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve
Piketty in Seoul: Rising Income Inequality in South Korea
November 04, 2014
Piketty in Seoul: Rising Income Inequality in South Korea
Advocates of the bestselling French author are calling for major reforms in South Korea.
Piketty in Seoul: Rising Income Inequality in South Korea
South Korea’s Incoherent Economic Policy
June 19, 2014
South Korea’s Incoherent Economic Policy
The Park administration is struggling to craft policies that can address growing inequality and slowing growth.
South Korea’s Incoherent Economic Policy
Water Scarcity and Social Equality in China
May 23, 2013
Water Scarcity and Social Equality in China
By tackling water scarcity head on, Beijing is improving social equality and fostering sustainable development.
Water Scarcity and Social Equality in China
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
January 03, 2013
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
Even as the skyline of Phnom Penh grows with the symbols of modern architecture, Cambodia’s economy still faces a host of challenges.
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
Politics Meets Poverty in Southeast Asia
October 13, 2012
Politics Meets Poverty in Southeast Asia
Governments are spending vast sums to reduce crushing poverty. While the cause is a noble one the reasoning and approach may be faulty.
Politics Meets Poverty in Southeast Asia
Is China's Growth Sustainable?
November 14, 2010
Is China's Growth Sustainable?
The Diplomat’s inaugural student essay contest winner Calvin Wong writes about Chinese economic growth – and wins a trip to Japan to help us cover the APEC summit.
Is China's Growth Sustainable?
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