Regional Solutions Needed for Global Challenges
The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council argues that regional solutions are needed for global challenges.
War and Change in Asia-Pacific
War is coming. Big war. It will start not in Europe, but in Asia-Pacific, writes Julian Lindley-French.
SAARC Minus X: A Constructive Approach for India’ Regional Integration
It is urgent for South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation) to enhance trade and broader economic integration, argue Mukul G. Asher and Keya Chaturvedi.
Should Asia play by Western rules?
Discussion about good governance is dominated by Western thought. Perhaps it’s time for Asian countries to define and defend their own particular governance styles, write Asit Biswas and Kris Hartley.
2016: Power, Weakness & Realism
Here are Julian Lindley-French's reflections on the year ahead.
Why Jordan matters
In the Middle East, there is a little country called Jordan, well known for its ancient site of Petra, though little else. But, Jordan is a country worth more than its weight in gold, writes John West
Britain's Nuclear Nanking: Kowtowing to China
Julian Lindley-French on Britain's Nuclear Nanking: Kowtowing to China.
China flows into London
There are seven reasons why the UK is courting Beijing, writes OMFIF's David Marsh.
Who Will Make the Future?
Who will make the future? asks Professor Julian Lindley-French.
China's Japan-bashing only started after the Tiananmen Square incident. But it will be difficult to turn off any time soon, argues John West.
Africa and China -- a blossoming partnership
Africa’s economic prospects are better now than they have been over the past half century, thanks to a blossoming partnership with China and other Asian countries writes John West.
Celebrating 40 years of Singapore, South Korea diplomatic ties
On September 3, Singapore and South Korea celebrate their 40th anniversary of diplomatic relationships reports Asit K. Biswas.
China’s Reclamations Roil South China Sea
We need a South China Sea environmental summit, argues James Borton.
What Fifa tells us about the world order
OMFIF's David Marsh has shared with us his thoughts on what Fifa tells us about the world order.
US and China: In the Strategic Balance
The May 2015 Chinese Military Strategy highlights the greatest and fastest ever shift in the balance of military power from the liberal powers to the illiberal powers, argues Julian Lindley-French.
Beijing’s Challenge to the Global Financial Architecture
Robert Wihtol has shared with us his article on Beijing’s challenge to the global financial architecture through the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank faces many hurdles
Let's not get carried away, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank faces many hurdles, writes G. Bin Zhao.
Foreign direct investment in Canada: mixed messages
Canada’s share of global foreign direct investment is decreasing, with government policy and a sense of unpredictability pervading the investment landscape.
Sri Lanka, China and India - a tangled tale
New governments in Colombo and New Delhi give an opportunity for the three countries to reset the power equation, write ASIT BISWAS & CECILIA TORTAJADA.
Japan's Business and Economic Relations With Singapore
Japan and Singapore share very similar traits, that have facilitated their very good relationship, writes Taos Whittaker, a recent January session student at Tokyo's Sophia University.
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