November 27, 2019
It’s Time for Tajikistan to Become a Startup Nation
By Ilhom Aliyev
For Tajikistan to fulfill its potential it must develop its human capital, boost access to financing, and tap into international networks.
October 24, 2019
The Future of Biometrics: Opportunities and Challenges
By Trisha Ray
While the use of biometrics has its advantages, countries are only beginning to wrestle with the underlying challenges it poses.
July 26, 2019
Vietnam Rushes to Adopt 5G
By Dat Nguyen
But Vietnam lacks the crucial industries and talent to maximize the technology's potential.
May 02, 2019
Huawei’s Long Road to Global Tech Leadership
By Chen Dingding and Hu Junyang
Can Huawei become a global leader in the tech sector? It’s possible, but obstacles remain.
November 02, 2018
India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus
By Sangeeta Mahapatra
“Our software and Japan’s hardware can do wonders” Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared.
September 26, 2018
Not Only China: Quantum Satellite Communication on the Rise in the Indo-Pacific
By Mayuko Yatsu
Many Indo-Pacific nations have joined the race to develop quantum-related technologies.
November 30, 2016
China's New 'Cybersecurity' Rules Look Like Cyberprotectionism Instead
By Huan Zhu
China's new laws on cybersecurity are no better than trade protectionism in a new guise.
June 28, 2016
Indian Authorities Wrangle With Google Street View
By Padmapriya Govindarajan
Google's revolutionary mapping plans don't seem to find government enthusiasm in India.
December 28, 2015
Tolkachev, Cold War Spycraft, and Modern Risks for China
By Robert Farley
China should be wary of a Tolkachev-esque figure eroding its strategic position vis-a-vis the United States.
June 02, 2015
There's an App For That (in Myanmar)
By Poppy McPherson
Emerging from years of censorship to capitalize on growing demand for local apps, developers jump straight to mobile.
March 03, 2015
The Problem With China's Patents
By Greg Austin
Setting up a national innovations system is not easy for China.
February 01, 2014
The One Thing WWI Analogies Get Right
By Robert Farley
One of the few things that pre-World War I Europe and modern Asia have in common is that most actors are unfamiliar with war.