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The Mending Australia-China Relationship: Powered by Lithium?
November 18, 2022

The Mending Australia-China Relationship: Powered by Lithium?

By Corey Lee Bell, Elena Collinson, and Xunpeng Shi
As other liberal democracies lock down supplies, Australia’s lithium exports are an increasingly critical economic component of the Australia-China relationship.
Taiwan’s APEC Envoy at the Center of China-US Tech Tensions
November 18, 2022

Taiwan’s APEC Envoy at the Center of China-US Tech Tensions

By Johnson Lai and Joe McDonald
TSMC founder Morris Chang is once again Taiwan’s representative at this week’s APEC summit.

China’s Tech Outreach in the Middle East and North Africa
November 17, 2022

China’s Tech Outreach in the Middle East and North Africa

By Dale Aluf
Chinese companies, acting out of both economic and geostrategic motives, are providing much of the MENA region’s digital infrastructure.

Asia-Pacific Leaders to Tackle Trade, Sustainability in Bangkok
November 17, 2022

Asia-Pacific Leaders to Tackle Trade, Sustainability in Bangkok

By Chalida Ekvitthayavechnukul
Thai officials are hoping to steer discussions away from the Ukraine war toward issues including climate change, economic disruptions, and COVID-19 recovery.

Jokowi Says Indonesia Will Bid to Host 2036 Olympics in New Capital
November 17, 2022

Jokowi Says Indonesia Will Bid to Host 2036 Olympics in New Capital

By Sebastian Strangio
Like the new capital project, the bid reflects the Indonesian leader's ambition to leave a lasting impression on his country.
Indonesia Signs Deals to Accelerate Clean Energy Transition
November 16, 2022

Indonesia Signs Deals to Accelerate Clean Energy Transition

By Niniek Karmini and Sibi Arasu
The agreements were an important step for the country, a major exporter of coal that has abundant green energy potential.

Asia’s Development Model Is Now Jeopardizing Its Future Economic Growth
November 16, 2022

Asia’s Development Model Is Now Jeopardizing Its Future Economic Growth

By Saul Estrin and Simon Commander
Asia is facing an economic watershed moment. Turning the corner will require rethinking the role of its dominant, state-supported business groups.
What is Slowing Down Vietnam’s Transport Infrastructure Projects?
November 15, 2022

What is Slowing Down Vietnam’s Transport Infrastructure Projects?

By James Guild
Among other things, the country's land acquisition procedures are creaky, opaque, and difficult to appeal.

Sri Lanka Aims to Hike Taxes in Budget to Soften Crisis
November 14, 2022

Sri Lanka Aims to Hike Taxes in Budget to Soften Crisis

By Bharatha Mallawarachi
The Wickremesinghe government plans to more than double tax revenue to be able to meet expenditure without having to print currency.

German Chancellor Calls for Deeper Trade Ties With Vietnam
November 14, 2022

German Chancellor Calls for Deeper Trade Ties With Vietnam

By Sebastian Strangio
Olaf Scholz flagged Vietnam as an important future partner in his government's plan to reduce Germany's economic reliance on China.

Why ASEAN Needs a Region-Wide Digital Payment System
November 11, 2022

Why ASEAN Needs a Region-Wide Digital Payment System

By Leang Seakleng
An inclusive and user-friendly system could deepen Southeast Asian integration and generate economic benefits for the region's 668 million people.
The Future of the Kaesong Industrial Complex and Liberal Peace on the Korean Peninsula
November 11, 2022

The Future of the Kaesong Industrial Complex and Liberal Peace on the Korean Peninsula

By Hyo Joon Chang
Has the time finally arrived to confirm that the KIC is a dead project or does it have a future?

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