Modi’s “Make in India” Faces Tough Challenges

    By Pradeep Taneja Sep. 30, 2016
    The primary goal of “Make in India” is to make India a global manufacturing hub. Manufacturing currently occupies a 16 percent share of India’s GDP but the government hopes to raise it to 25 percent by 2025.

    Hong Kong: Local Identity and Democratization

    By Echo Li on Sep. 26, 2016

    Dialogue and Water Cooperation in the Brahmaputra River Basin

    By Anamika Barua on Sep. 22, 2016

    China Trade Bills Scam: New Regulation Announced

    By Henry Hing Lee Chan on Sep. 20, 2016
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Economy,South Asia

Modi’s “Make in India” Faces Tough Challenges

The primary goal of “Make in India” is to make India a global manufacturing hub. Manufacturing currently occupies a 16 percent share of India’s GDP but the government hopes to raise it to 25 percent by 2025.
By Pradeep Taneja   |  Sep.30, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,China,Central Asia

Uzbekistan’s New Leadership and Relations with China

Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who has been Uzbekistan’s prime minister since 2003, was elected by the Uzbek parliament to serve as acting President until presidential elections are held in December 2016, of which he will be one of the candidates.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Sep.29, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Security,Hotspots,China

The South China Sea: After the Big Bang

It has now been nearly three months since the arbitral panel ruling against China’s claims to maritime space in the South China Sea. The decision has set in motion political and military adjustments. But none of them contribute to the resolution of the conflicting claims or to the contest between the US and China.
By Mark J. Valencia   |  Sep.28, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,Hotspots,East Asia

Hong Kong: Local Identity and Democratization

Hong Kong’s 2016 Legislative Council election witnessed the success of the localists, including the victory of five young candidates, who advocated the ideas of localism, democracy, and self-determination.  
By Echo Li   |  Sep.26, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Security,East Asia

Submarine Acquisitions in East Asia: A Reflection of Geopolitics

Submarine acquisitions in East Asia reflect ongoing geopolitical movements and trends. The ultimate fear is that submarines may become the capital ships in sea-lane denial missions. Submarine acquisitions are as much for bilateral diplomacy as they are military hardware acquisitions.
By Tai Wei Lim  |  Sep.23, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,Security,South Asia

Dialogue and Water Cooperation in the Brahmaputra River Basin

The key challenge in the Brahmaputra River Basin is the rising suspicion and distrust, and the lack of open communications between the countries. Negotiations that have happened so far are essentially bilateral and confidential with no public participation.
By Anamika Barua   |  Sep.22, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,Hotspots,East Asia

Confronting HK Localism with a Unified Social Citizenship

Confronting localism and separatism, the Central and Hong Kong governments have to compete for the hearts and minds of Hong Kong residents who hold these “radical thoughts.”
By Zhuoyi Wen  |  Sep.21, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,China

China Trade Bills Scam: New Regulation Announced

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China is under police investigation over a fraud case reportedly involving RMB 3 billion worth of fake trade bills in the nation’s e-commercial draft system, highlighting the need to set up a more robust financial market framework.
By Henry Hing Lee Chan   |  Sep.20, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,Economy,China

The BRICS at the Hangzhou G20 Summit

The September 2016 meeting of the BRICS leaders, which occurred on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, was noteworthy as it confirmed the new Brazilian government’s commitment to the BRICS grouping.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Sep.19, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Hotspots,China

Legal Defects of the South China Sea Ruling

Legal problems include whether the Philippines had fully communicated with China before initiating the arbitration, whether the tribunal had obeyed the legal principle of prudence, whether the ruling was fair and just, whether it was reasonable to declare that Taiping/Itu Aba Island is rock, etc.
By Li Xue & Yuwen Zheng   |  Sep.16, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,China

Obama’s Final Sojourn to Asia: Success or Failure?

In September 2016, US President Barack Obama embarked on what is likely to be his last visit to Asia while in office. The objective of the trip was to vie with China to maintain America’s influence in Asia and the world that China has been fast encroaching on in recent years.
By John F. Copper  |  Sep.15, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...

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The South China Sea: After the Big Bang

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Uzbekistan’s New Leadership and Relations with China

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China Trade Bills Scam: New Regulation Announced

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Dialogue and Water Cooperation in the Brahmaputra River Basin

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Submarine Acquisitions in East Asia: A Reflection of Geopolitics

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Rebalancing Fiscal Capacity and Expenditure Responsibility in China

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Hong Kong: Local Identity and Democratization

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One Belt One Road and China-ASEAN Economic Cooperation

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Confronting HK Localism with a Unified Social Citizenship

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The BRICS at the Hangzhou G20 Summit

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Modi’s “Make in India” Faces Tough Challenges

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Bond Defaults: A New Risk for Financial Crisis in China?

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North Korea’s Nuclear Calculus

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Obama’s Final Sojourn to Asia: Success or Failure?

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The Hague Ruling: Immediate Versus Longer Term Responses

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RMB’s Global Payments Share Drops: A Blessing in Disguise?

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