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North Korean Citizens Desperately Need the China Border to Reopen
July 15, 2020

North Korean Citizens Desperately Need the China Border to Reopen

By Gabriela Bernal
Amid the COVID-induced shutdown of the border, hunger, homelessness, and business closures are all on the rise.
UK Reverses Course, Bans Huawei From 5G Network
July 15, 2020

UK Reverses Course, Bans Huawei From 5G Network

By Associated Press
The U.K. will now exclude Huawei from even a limited role in the country's next-generation telecoms network.

Indonesia Seeks to Win US and Japanese Investment Fleeing China
July 11, 2020

Indonesia Seeks to Win US and Japanese Investment Fleeing China

By Bob Savic
Jakarta scrambles to capture U.S. and Japanese corporate relocations out of China as geopolitical and coronavirus pandemic concerns intensify 

China’s Banking Sector Faces Multiple Challenges After COVID-19
July 11, 2020

China’s Banking Sector Faces Multiple Challenges After COVID-19

By Yan Liang
From the economic toll of COVID-19 to the long-term implications of reforms, China's banking sector needs to tread carefully.

Globalization and Trade in a Post-Pandemic World: India’s Atma-Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan
July 10, 2020

Globalization and Trade in a Post-Pandemic World: India’s Atma-Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan

By Parth Patel, Paresha Sinha, and Suraksha Gupta
India is on a mission toward self-reliance.
Japanese Firms Exit South Korea Amid Prolonged Anti-Japan Movement
July 09, 2020

Japanese Firms Exit South Korea Amid Prolonged Anti-Japan Movement

By Tae-jun Kang
The boycott movement is still going strong, a year later.

Pakistani Carrier Fires 28 Pilots Over Fake Licenses Scandal
July 09, 2020

Pakistani Carrier Fires 28 Pilots Over Fake Licenses Scandal

By Associated Press
The firings follow an internal investigation that found widespread cheating by pilots on exams.
China’s Class of COVID-19
July 07, 2020

China’s Class of COVID-19

By Thi Thuy Duong Pham and Dickson Agbaji
Like their peers around the world, new graduates in China face a battered job market and intense uncertainty.

After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China
July 07, 2020

After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China

By Jennifer Choo, Jean Oi, Christopher Thomas, and Xue (Xander) Wu
What a survey of Chinese business leaders tells us about China’s post-COVID economy – and the future of U.S.-China economic relations.

Do EU Sanctions on Cambodia Still Matter?
July 03, 2020

Do EU Sanctions on Cambodia Still Matter?

By David Hutt
The sanctions are too little, too late to have the desired impact -- especially amid a pandemic.

The Hope and Struggles of Bhutan’s Women Vegetable Vendors
July 02, 2020

The Hope and Struggles of Bhutan’s Women Vegetable Vendors

By Roderick Wijunamai and Kinley Yangchen
In recent years, self-reported profits were already on a downward trend at the Centenary Farmers’ Market in Thimphu. Then came COVID-19.
Mongolia Securing an Energy Alliance with Russia and China 
July 02, 2020

Mongolia Securing an Energy Alliance with Russia and China 

By Bolor Lkhaajav
The Power of Siberia 2 project involves Russia, Mongolia, and China.

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