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Oliver Stuenkel
April 03, 2014

Oliver Stuenkel

By Justin McDonnell
The Diplomat’s Justin McDonnell speaks with Oliver Stuenkel, a non-resident fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute, about the recent economic performance of the BRICS, their response to the crisis in Crimea, the upcoming BRICS Summit and the rising voice of emerging economies.
The Taiwan Protests: Regional and Economic Implications
April 02, 2014

The Taiwan Protests: Regional and Economic Implications

By Shannon Tiezzi
Bonnie Glaser on Taiwan's controversial trade agreement with China and the significance for cross-strait relations.

Can Abenomics Survive Tax Hike?
March 21, 2014

Can Abenomics Survive Tax Hike?

By Anthony Fensom
Japanese consumers face higher sales taxes from April 1. Will this derail the recovery?

The IMF, Ukraine, and the Asian Financial Crisis Hangover
March 17, 2014

The IMF, Ukraine, and the Asian Financial Crisis Hangover

By Yong Kwon
Could the Ukraine crisis help the IMF dispel lingering perceptions of credibility issues?

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.
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Time for Some American Hustle
March 11, 2014

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Time for Some American Hustle

By Christopher Johnston
U.S. negotiators need to close the TPP before detractors and competitors bury it.

China’s Growth Puzzle
March 04, 2014

China’s Growth Puzzle

By Stephen S. Roach
The country’s growth is slowing, but in contrast to other emerging economies this is a welcome trend.
The Pakistan-China Corridor
February 27, 2014

The Pakistan-China Corridor

By Christopher Ernest Barber
A new project will give Pakistan the tools of globalization. Will it use them?

Asia Turns to North America for LNG
February 27, 2014

Asia Turns to North America for LNG

By Saurav Jha
Unhappy with oil-linked prices, energy-hungry Asian giants are looking to new gas suppliers.

Asian Giants Look to the Arctic
February 26, 2014

Asian Giants Look to the Arctic

By Katherine Cima and Russell Sticklor
India and China are in a race to build a presence in the energy-rich Arctic region.

The Pacific Century Myth?
February 25, 2014

The Pacific Century Myth?

By James Clad and Robert A. Manning
Straight-line projections may predict America’s imminent ouster as top economy – but they miss much.
China’s Big Overseas Spending Spree
February 13, 2014

China’s Big Overseas Spending Spree

By Brendan P. O’Reilly
Cashed up Chinese individuals and companies are making their presence felt around the world.

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