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In Indonesia, Will COVID-19 Trigger Another Asian Financial Crisis?
May 21, 2020

In Indonesia, Will COVID-19 Trigger Another Asian Financial Crisis?

By James Guild
History may not repeat, but it does rhyme. 
The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?
May 21, 2020

The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?

By Bonnie Girard
Coming as part of a sea change in Trump's rhetoric toward China, this could be the start of a larger strategy.

Can Mirziyoyev’s Reforms Bring About a Real Free Market Economy in Uzbekistan?
May 21, 2020

Can Mirziyoyev’s Reforms Bring About a Real Free Market Economy in Uzbekistan?

By Bekzod Zakirov
The hope that reforms will ultimately bring about free market capitalism with accompanying democratic politics is utmost naivety. 

COVID-19: A Reckoning for Russia’s Asian Energy Aims
May 21, 2020

COVID-19: A Reckoning for Russia’s Asian Energy Aims

By Nicholas Trickett
As COVID-19 fundamentally disrupts the energy market, Russia’s economic reliance on China deepens without much prospect for future growth.

Is China Deploying COVID-19 Diplomacy to Speed BRI Projects in Myanmar?
May 20, 2020

Is China Deploying COVID-19 Diplomacy to Speed BRI Projects in Myanmar?

By Shah Suraj Bharat
At present, fears that China is using the pandemic to exert excessive pressure and push through BRI projects in Myanmar are exaggerated.
NGOs and Scientists Urge Moratorium on Deep Sea Mining in the Pacific
May 20, 2020

NGOs and Scientists Urge Moratorium on Deep Sea Mining in the Pacific

By Luke Hunt
Mining for battery metals seen as a threat to Pacific Island nations.

Will COVID-19 Bring Industrial Policy Back in Vogue?
May 20, 2020

Will COVID-19 Bring Industrial Policy Back in Vogue?

By Stephen Olson
The pandemic has forced an overdue discussion on what we have inaccurately considered to be “free” markets and “free” trade.
North Korea’s Foreign Cash Crunch
May 20, 2020

North Korea’s Foreign Cash Crunch

By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
North Korea’s government bonds and other economic coercion is a red flag for state finances.

Post-Pandemic Central Asia: Moving Beyond ‘Helicopter Money’
May 20, 2020

Post-Pandemic Central Asia: Moving Beyond ‘Helicopter Money’

By Gregory Gleason
Social and economic upheaval at such a scale as experienced amid the COVID-19 pandemic unavoidably entails political effects.

How the Yellow Economic Circle Can Revolutionize Hong Kong
May 19, 2020

How the Yellow Economic Circle Can Revolutionize Hong Kong

By Simon Shen
Building the grassroots economic movement could be the key to breaking the establishment's economic stranglehold.

Some Traffic Returns to Roads as India Eases Virus Lockdown
May 19, 2020

Some Traffic Returns to Roads as India Eases Virus Lockdown

By Associated Press
A gradual easing in parts of the country has allowed some activity to pick up.
Japan’s Economy Officially Enters Recession for First Time Since 2015
May 18, 2020

Japan’s Economy Officially Enters Recession for First Time Since 2015

By Ankit Panda
The effects of COVID-19 are likely to result in further economic pain for Japan.

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