Why Did India Suddenly Pull Out of the World’s Largest Trade Deal?
John West explains India's concerns about joining the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.
Shock therapy: why Australia needs a political jolt
Taking an honest look at a worst-case scenario isn’t scaremongering but could instead help avoid doing ourselves harm, writes John West.
Book Review: The Anarchy
John West reviews William Dalrymple's new book on the East India Company. This small trading company in London became a mighty army and conquered India.
The Hong Kong Uprising and the consequences in Taiwan
Stefano Pelaggi analyses the conflict in the former British colony of Hong Kong, the challenge to China's national identity and the final loss of a Beijing projection in Taiwan.
China, a low-productivity superpower
China is a low-productivity superpower which must be balanced, argues John West.
G20 and a world in flux
The G-20 Summit Showed a World in Disarray, but Events on the Margins Suggest Progress, writes John West.
Australia's trading place in the world
Australia's trading place in the world looks increasingly vulnerable and fragile, argued John West at the Australian Leadership Retreat, organised by Australian Davos Connection.
Asian Century ... on a Knife-edge
Here is the text of my speech to the Australian Institute of International Affairs in Perth, Australia, on 20 March 2019.
Australia's fear of abandonment
John West's review of Allan Gyngell's ‘Fear of abandonment’ was first published by the DEVPOLICY BLOG, of the Australia National University.
Future Uncertain: Australia’s World in 2019
In a recent speech to the AIIA, Allan Gyngell argued “The post-war global order – the only one our foreign policy has known - has ended. It’s not being challenged. It’s not changing. It’s over.”
Australia's journey towards an Asian Century
Allan Gyngell’s “Fear of Abandonment” is a veritable tour de force, which is essential reading for anyone interested in Australia’s past, present or future, writes John West.
Indonesia -- what the experts say
Here are some views of experts at the recent Australia-Indonesia Business Council conference.
How Asia goes to war
John West reviews "The Four Flash Points : how Asia goes to war", by Professor Brendan Taylor.
From Cold War to new Cold War
The Cold War framework facilitated the arrival of an Asian Century, which seems to have, in turn, fostered a new Cold War, writes John West.
The Kootneeti and Asian Century Institute launch international partnership
The New Delhi-based The Kootneeti and the Asian Century Institute have agreed to join forces as partners to maximize their synergies and impact.
Global value chains in the Asia-Pacific
APEC's vision of free and open trade and investment is more relevant than ever in today's economy dominated by global value chains.
Indo-Canadian Paradox : Understanding Asianization in Canada
Canada needs to better exploit the talents and potentials of its Asian Canadians, especially Into-Canadians, writes John West.
Decolonizing Hong Kong
Hong Kong's government elite needs to be "decolonized" to correct wrong concepts and thinking, and misguided attitudes and values, left over from colonial rule, writes Wing Yin Yu.
Blunting China’s sharp power
Democracy Digest has an excellent article on blunting China’s sharp power.
NaMo’s new Nordic Diplomatic paradigm
Anil Trigunayat highlights India's renewed relationship with the Nordic countries.
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