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India’s Flawed Approach to Bilateral Investment Treaties
December 04, 2020

India’s Flawed Approach to Bilateral Investment Treaties

By Abhishek Dwivedi
The model BIT of 2016 is vague, flawed, and offers little succor for Indian or foreign investors.

China’s New Weapon in the US Trade War: The Export Control Law
December 04, 2020

China’s New Weapon in the US Trade War: The Export Control Law

By Shannon Tiezzi
China now has an answer to the United States' Entity List. How will Beijing use its version?
South Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency
December 01, 2020

South Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
What should South Asian states expect from the United States under Joe Biden?

Southeast Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency
November 20, 2020

Southeast Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
Will a Biden administration renew attention on Southeast Asia?

The Long-Term Implications of Ant Group’s Delayed IPO
November 20, 2020

The Long-Term Implications of Ant Group’s Delayed IPO

By Pan Yuanyuan
In the long run, the regulation of Ant Group will contribute to a more stable – and thus more favorable – business environment in China.

China and the Coming Biden Presidency
November 14, 2020

China and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
How will U.S. President-elect Joe Biden manage the U.S.-China relationship?

How China’s Legal System Enables Intellectual Property Theft
November 11, 2020

How China’s Legal System Enables Intellectual Property Theft

By Daniel Rechtschaffen
China’s recent improvements in IP protection can’t overcome the fact that its legal system will never offer a level playing field.
What Lies Ahead for US Foreign Policy After the Elections?
November 04, 2020

What Lies Ahead for US Foreign Policy After the Elections?

By Abhijnan Rej
The close race indicates lasting shifts in American politics which will spill over to U.S. international engagements.

China’s Fifth Plenum: Old Goals and Shifting Priorities
November 04, 2020

China’s Fifth Plenum: Old Goals and Shifting Priorities

By Tristan Kenderdine
There's much more than technoindustrial policy in China’s Fifth Plenum communique, especially when compared to the 2015 outcomes.

Denuclearization, Diplomacy, and Beyond: North Korea Plans for 2021
October 29, 2020

Denuclearization, Diplomacy, and Beyond: North Korea Plans for 2021

By Ankit Panda
Kim Jong Un’s year did not go as planned. What lies ahead for the Korean Peninsula?

What Can Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry Learn From Japan?
October 28, 2020

What Can Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry Learn From Japan?

By Gary Xie and Sophie Grant
Taiwan’s semiconductor industry will require major restructuring if it wishes to maintain its competitive edge in the crowded global market.
Sri Lanka’s Changing Relationship to Chinese Loans
October 23, 2020

Sri Lanka’s Changing Relationship to Chinese Loans

By Umesh Moramudali
Both the share and the type of loans from China are changing as Sri Lanka wrestles with persistent balance of payment issues.

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