Asia's stunted development
Asia's former miracle economies are now suffering from stunted development, writes John West.
The Barron's Revolt: Why Big Wars Start
We all, not just Europeans, should all heed Julian Lindley-French's warnings about Russia.
Asia’s mythical middle class society
Despite the widespread hype, Asia's "middle class" society remains a myth. Only 15% of Asians could claim to be living middle class lives, writes John West.
Call for Papers - Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home
The organisers of the conference, "Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home", Buenos Aires, 6-10 April 2017, have issued a call for papers.
Debt and Bets on whose interest?
Jayasri Priyalal from the UNI Asia & Pacific trade union group has shared with us his important article on major problems in the banking industry.
Managing the world's liquid asset - water
Change in culture and mindset about water use in private and public sectors are needed to tackle world's water problems argue Asit K Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada and Giovanna Chandler.
Asia's disappointing social progress
Social progress has been disappointingly weak in Asia, writes John West.
Investing in an Emerging Market in Asia
Glen Robinson shares with us some tried and true “do’s and do nots’ in relation to investing in emerging market economies in Asia. It’s interesting reading!
Towards a multicultural Korea?
Could its current wave of immigration transform ethnocentric Korea into a multicultural society asks John West.
A Noisy New era of Bombs and Bravado
Asia's peace dividend is in jeopardy write Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley.
Asia's urban environmental crisis
Asia's booming cities must go green or risk disaster, writes John West.
Asia's fading economic mojo
Asia's dynamic economies have lost a slice of their economic growth potential these past few years. Decisive action will be necessary to stop the rot, writes John West.
Korea should drop charges against imprisoned trade unionists
The 20th anniversary of Korean OECD membership will be overshadowed by labour rights and freedom of assembly violations, argue TUAC.
Fintech in Australia – Trends, Forecasts and Analysis 2015–2020
Artificial Intelligence, Algo-Banking, Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Robo-Advice Form Growth of Australian Fintech Market, says Frost & Sullivan.
Australian Fintech and ICT
Australian Fintech Opens up Vast Opportunities for ICT Companies in Security, Cloud, Managed Services, Blockchains, Artificial Intelligence, Biometrics and Data Centre, says Frost & Sullivan.
Infrastructure deficit: Built to last or built too fast?
Infrastructure deficits in many countries are caused by poor management and governance, argue Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley.
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
Corruption continues to be a major drag on economic growth in developing countries, argue Asit K. Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada and Augustin Boey.
Reviving Asia-Europe Economic Cooperation
Liberalisation of trade will be necessary to revive the flagging links between Asia and Europe, reports John West.
Kazakhstan’s challenges in public financial management
Kazakhstan is one of the resource rich countries adjusting to subdued metal and commodity cycle. Mukul G. Asher and Almas Bakbergenov examine its challenges and options.
Russia Parades its Weakness
Russia Parades its Weakness, writes Professor Dr Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President at Atlantic Treaty Association.
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