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Energy and the G7: Overcoming Antagonism and Isolationism
May 24, 2016
Energy and the G7: Overcoming Antagonism and Isolationism
The coming G7 summit in Ise-Shima is an opportunity to overcome international antagonism and isolationism.
Energy and the G7: Overcoming Antagonism and Isolationism
Deflation Threatens Australia
May 01, 2016
Deflation Threatens Australia
The deflation disease appears to be spreading rapidly through Asia.
Deflation Threatens Australia
Russia-China: The West’s Dual Challenge
March 10, 2016
Russia-China: The West’s Dual Challenge
Closer Moscow-Beijing ties don’t constitute a common challenge to the West.
Russia-China: The West’s Dual Challenge
Brunei’s Economy Running on Empty
February 17, 2016
Brunei’s Economy Running on Empty
With oil prices dropping, the sultanate is rapidly approaching a crisis.
Brunei’s Economy Running on Empty
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
January 30, 2016
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
This looks set to be a good year for resources importers.
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
Kazakh Currency and Global Oil Prices Hit Record Lows
January 13, 2016
Kazakh Currency and Global Oil Prices Hit Record Lows
The tenge has devalued nearly 5 percent in 2016 so far, not a good start to the year.
Kazakh Currency and Global Oil Prices Hit Record Lows
And Then There Were 13: Indonesia Rejoins OPEC
December 02, 2015
And Then There Were 13: Indonesia Rejoins OPEC
Indonesia’s return to the oil cartel will have some interesting implications.
And Then There Were 13: Indonesia Rejoins OPEC
Oil Prices: Lower For Longer?
November 22, 2015
Oil Prices: Lower For Longer?
The latest forecasts make for happy reading in Asia.
Oil Prices: Lower For Longer?
Kazakh Growth Rate to Bottom Out in 2015
May 11, 2015
Kazakh Growth Rate to Bottom Out in 2015
The recovery of the Kazakh economy depends on Russia and China.
Kazakh Growth Rate to Bottom Out in 2015
OECD Eyes Risks As Fed Stays Patient
March 20, 2015
OECD Eyes Risks As Fed Stays Patient
The latest outlook for the global economy: modest growth with risks aplenty.
OECD Eyes Risks As Fed Stays Patient
The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective
February 16, 2015
The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective
Could oil price fears be driving Moscow to play the role of spoiler?
The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective
Kazakhstan Continues to Face Challenges in 2015
February 13, 2015
Kazakhstan Continues to Face Challenges in 2015
On both the economic and diplomatic fronts, the difficulties of 2014 have not gone away.
Kazakhstan Continues to Face Challenges in 2015
5 APAC Security Trends to Watch in 2015
January 03, 2015
5 APAC Security Trends to Watch in 2015
Flashpoints' Robert Farley outlines five trends to follow in the Asia-Pacific in 2015.
5 APAC Security Trends to Watch in 2015
Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch in 2015
December 31, 2014
Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch in 2015
From Myanmar’s election to ASEAN community-building, 2015 will be an exciting year
Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch in 2015
New Year’s Predictions for Southeast Asia (Part 2)
December 27, 2014
New Year’s Predictions for Southeast Asia (Part 2)
Counting down the top five predictions for 2015.
New Year’s Predictions for Southeast Asia (Part 2)
Could Cheaper Crude Fuel India’s Economic Reboot?
December 07, 2014
Could Cheaper Crude Fuel India’s Economic Reboot?
The fall in oil prices could not have come at a better time for India.
Could Cheaper Crude Fuel India’s Economic Reboot?
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