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Did India Miss an Opportunity for Reform?
March 03, 2015
Did India Miss an Opportunity for Reform?
The Modi government releases a solid budget that nonetheless avoids painful, yet necessary change.
Did India Miss an Opportunity for Reform?
The Implications of China’s Growth Slowdown
February 26, 2015
The Implications of China’s Growth Slowdown
Slowing Chinese growth could have repercussions that extend well beyond the economy.
The Implications of China’s Growth Slowdown
China and the South China Sea Resource Grab
February 22, 2015
China and the South China Sea Resource Grab
Maritime disputes in the region have more than just legal and military dimensions.
China and the South China Sea Resource Grab
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
February 22, 2015
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
News for the vital industry has been decidedly mixed of late.
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
A Recession for Australia?
January 27, 2015
A Recession for Australia?
The commodities giant has had an impressive run, but the good times might be coming to an end.
A Recession for Australia?
The Beginning of World Trade Disorganization?
January 15, 2015
The Beginning of World Trade Disorganization?
How the WTO is linked to the relative decline of U.S. power.
The Beginning of World Trade Disorganization?
China Leads Race to the Moon
January 07, 2015
China Leads Race to the Moon
States are quietly preparing to secure fuel for the fourth generation of nuclear weapons, and China is winning.
China Leads Race to the Moon
Kazakhstan’s Economic Outreach
January 02, 2015
Kazakhstan’s Economic Outreach
As the Eurasian Economic Union takes effect, Kazakhstan maintains its ambitious economic diplomacy.
Kazakhstan’s Economic Outreach
The Fight for China’s Gas Market
December 23, 2014
The Fight for China’s Gas Market
Why Turkmenistan will prevail over Russia as China’s primary pipeline gas supplier.
The Fight for China’s Gas Market
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
November 20, 2014
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
Michael Pettis on the four stages of China’s economic growth and the lessons of Deng Xiaoping.
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
After APEC, Whither the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
November 19, 2014
After APEC, Whither the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
With the U.S. and Japan nearing a deal and Republicans in control of Congress, could 2015 be the TPP’s year?
After APEC, Whither the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
Bangladesh: Asia's New Energy Superpower?
November 14, 2014
Bangladesh: Asia's New Energy Superpower?
After a favorable UN settlement in June, Bangladesh stumbled upon a wealth of energy. Will investors buy in?
Bangladesh: Asia's New Energy Superpower?
‘Free’ Trade and the Sovereignty Squeeze
October 28, 2014
‘Free’ Trade and the Sovereignty Squeeze
Mercantilism in trade agreement rules-setting makes weaker economies slaves to the interests of economic hegemons.
‘Free’ Trade and the Sovereignty Squeeze
Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
October 23, 2014
Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
Strategic issues are not the only driver behind the recent incidents involving Chinese fishermen.
Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
India’s Nuclear Energy Imperative
October 08, 2014
India’s Nuclear Energy Imperative
The country needs a focus on nuclear power, and legislative reform, if it is to avoid an energy crisis.
India’s Nuclear Energy Imperative
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
September 24, 2014
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
Serious weaknesses within ASEAN threaten the realization of the bloc’s regional project.
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
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