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Seeking Capital for the Capital: Will India and China Jointly Fund Amaravati?
January 03, 2019

Seeking Capital for the Capital: Will India and China Jointly Fund Amaravati?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The story of Amaravati went from a regional tussle to being part of global processes.

Construction of Thailand-China Railway Finally Gets Underway
December 28, 2017

Construction of Thailand-China Railway Finally Gets Underway

By Luke Hunt
Obstacles, particularly in Laos, persist.
Resilient Infrastructure and Waste Management in India
March 10, 2017

Resilient Infrastructure and Waste Management in India

By Kris Hartley
Will governments embrace smarter infrastructure or ignore environmental and social welfare?

The US-India-Japan Trilateral: Economic Foundation for a Grand Strategy
February 04, 2017

The US-India-Japan Trilateral: Economic Foundation for a Grand Strategy

By Hemal Shah
What happens when the world’s oldest, largest, and most responsible democracies meet?

Why Iran Needs to Explore Participation in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
October 14, 2015

Why Iran Needs to Explore Participation in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

By Sualiha Nazar
Iran, China, and Pakistan stand poised to transform a region.

China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
April 22, 2015

China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble

By William Yale
The MSR is designed to pacify neighboring countries threatened by China’s territorial claims, but will it work?

China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
April 21, 2015

China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure

By Jack Detsch
President Xi Jinping has inked a deal with Islamabad that could provide Beijing with direct access to the Indian Ocean.
The Surprisingly Mundane Key to Afghan Stability: Roads
March 25, 2015

The Surprisingly Mundane Key to Afghan Stability: Roads

By Saagar Enjeti
President Ashraf Ghani must convince the U.S. to do more to support the country’s failing roads.

Southeast Asia’s Infrastructure Deficit
March 17, 2014

Southeast Asia’s Infrastructure Deficit

By Steven Keithley
Many of the region’s economies are being held back by lagging infrastructure.

Laos' Debt Raising Eyebrows
December 14, 2012

Laos' Debt Raising Eyebrows

As the country undertakes a number of large infrastructure project some wonder if its ambitions outstrip its capabilities.

The Philippines Economy: Ready for Take-Off?
September 14, 2012

The Philippines Economy: Ready for Take-Off?

As its rise in the Global Competitiveness Report shows, the economic conditions are improving. Still, many challenges remain.

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