Human security in Asia
What is human security? And what does it mean in the Asian context?
US elections -- who's gonna win now?
Barack Obama should lose the upcoming US presidential elections because of the poor economy. But ...
Whither Obama, our president?
As US Ambassador to Canada, David Jacobson, told an audience at the University of Toronto today, the race for the White House is now "very close".
How likely is an Asian Century?
The analysis of the Asian Development Bank suggests that it will be very challenging to realize an Asian Century.
Asia's Failed States
As Asia sits on top of the world economy, it may be difficult to imagine that this vast unwieldy region is also home to more than a handful of the world's "failed states".
Asia and the information revolution
The global information revolution is having profound effects on Asia's economies, societies and politics.
There is no time like the present for investing in our youth, those between the ages of 12 and 24.
Microfinance in Asia
Microfinance is a great buzz word today. But what exactly is microfinance and is it effective? Cornell University's Lila Nojima shares her thoughts with us this week.
America and China: Asia's great powers
With President Obama's recent "pivot" towards the Asia-Pacific, the US has returned to a more familiar military posture -- that of facing off against another superpower, in this case China.
Australia: America's poodle in the Asia-Pacific?
Australia is indeed too much of a poodle of the US in the Asia-Pacific region, according to Professor Alan Dupont and many of his Asian interlocutors.
Doing business in Asia
One thing that is very striking in Asia is how some countries have done extremely well, whereas many others are very much lagging behind -- despite all the talk of an "Asian Century"
Australia's Emerson on the Asian Century
Craig Emerson, Australia's Minister for Trade and Competitiveness, recently unveiled some of the thoughts in the Australian government's forthcoming White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century.
Australia's Gillard on the Asian Century
The Australian and Asian economies are joined at the hip, and Prime Minister Julia Gillard is charting a new strategy for Australia in the "Asian Century".
Leadership and Asia's Development
A return of leadership is needed in Asia, argues this week's invited contributor, Emanuele Schibotto.
Do you want to get ahead in the Asian Century?
According to a number of articles published in the blog, "The Conversation", Australia has a number of challenges in getting ahead in the Asian Century.
KIM Dae-jung, a tribute
This is a tribute that I wrote on Korea’s Nobel-prize winning former President, Kim Dae-jung: born 3 December 1925, died 18 August 2009.
Is Australia ready for the Asian Century?
Not really, is the clear message from a series of articles published by the Australian blog, "The Conversation", last year.
Asia's information society
Korea is the world’s most advanced ICT economy, according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), surpassing many other economies with higher levels of overall economic development.
Asia's rising inequality
While emerging Asia continues to achieve a stunning performance in poverty reduction, the gap between rich and poor keeps widening too. Why? Does it matter? And what to do?
Is Asia a Region?
Is Asia an economic team that works together through trade, investment, finance and migration?
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