Can Trump “Warm” to the One Belt One Road Initiative?

    By Alek Chance Dec. 02, 2016
    There has been some indication that the Trump administration wishes to shift the US’ disposition toward Chinese initiatives such as the One Belt One Road initiative. Many negative American perceptions of Chinese economic leadership, particularly of the OBOR, must first be addressed.

    Asian Democracy

    By Michael S. H. Heng on Dec. 02, 2016

    Vietnam’s Strategic and Economic Wellbeing in Peril if TPP Fails

    By Huong Le Thu on Dec. 01, 2016

    Southeast Asian Foreign and Economic Policies in the Trump Era

    By Tai Wei Lim on Nov. 30, 2016
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Politics,Economy

Can Trump “Warm” to the One Belt One Road Initiative?

There has been some indication that the Trump administration wishes to shift the US’ disposition toward Chinese initiatives such as the One Belt One Road initiative. Many negative American perceptions of Chinese economic leadership, particularly of the OBOR, must first be addressed.
By Alek Chance   |  Dec.02, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,Society

Asian Democracy

Many Asians do not accept that Western liberal democracy is the best form of democracy. This does not mean that they disparage the core ideas of democracy: sovereignty of the people; rule of law; guarantee of human rights; majority rule with guarantee of minority rights; checks and balances.
By Michael S. H. Heng   |  Dec.02, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...

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Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian Foreign and Economic Policies in the Trump Era

Both Malaysia and the Philippines along with others in the original ASEAN-5 are already comfortable in terms of their partnerships with Japan, and they will find working with China to be a productive and possibly value-added new infrastructure construction partnership experience.
By Tai Wei Lim   |  Nov.30, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Society,East Asia

Globalization of Japanese Higher Education

The Japanese government has since the 2000s sped up efforts to globalize the country’s higher education system in order to overcome the long-term crisis resulting from the decline of Japan’s international competitiveness in the age of globalization.
By Yijiang Zhong   |  Nov.29, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,Hotspots

Trump’s Victory and Future of US-Pakistan Relations

What does Trump’s victory mean for Pakistan? Will the coldness in US-Pakistan ties increase further or will they remain at their current level? More importantly, what are the benchmarks to evaluate Trump’s future policies?
By Abdul Basit   |  Nov.28, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Security,Hotspots

US Military Presence in the Asia-Pacific

The US’ military deployments and activities in the Asia-Pacific region are important manifestations of its “rebalancing” strategy. Since President Barack Obama took office in 2009, the US global military strategy has been to shift its focus and priority toward the Asia-Pacific region.
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Politics,Hotspots,East Asia

What is Hong Kong’s Status?

During the swearing-in ceremony of new lawmakers at Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, two lawmakers referred to the former British colony as the “Hong Kong nation.” A pro-Beijing publication translated the word “nation” as “guo” in Chinese. “Guo” or “guojia” can be understood as nation, country, or state.
By Peter Kien-hong Yu   |  Nov.24, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,South Asia

Modi’s Demonetization of Rupee Banknotes: Bold Reform or Reckless Adventure?

Modi explained that the demonetization was to stop counterfeiting of the current banknotes, as these had allegedly been used for funding terrorism. It was also designed to crack down on black money, a term which refers to income illegally obtained or undeclared for tax purposes.
By Henry Hing Lee Chan  |  Nov.23, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,Economy,China

Xi Heralds Age of China-led Globalization at APEC Summit

While the US and its allies were reeling from the recent election of Donald Trump as US president and his pledge to scrap the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership once he comes into office, Chinese President Xi Jinping pushed APEC members to accelerate their negotiations towards the completion of two alternative regional trade agreements.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim   |  Nov.22, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,China

China Takes Over the Reins of Globalization from the West

China is the world’s second largest economy; although its economic growth has dropped to a lower gear, the volume of its economy will overtake the US’ in the near future. A frail US economy sets the stage for China to ascend to the leader’s podium.
By Yongnian Zheng  |  Nov.21, 2016  |  0 comments Read more...

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Vietnam’s Strategic and Economic Wellbeing in Peril if TPP Fails

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Globalization of Japanese Higher Education

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What is Hong Kong’s Status?

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New Measures to Douse China’s Housing Frenzy

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Asian Democracy

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The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Scheme

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Rebalancing Fiscal Capacity and Expenditure Responsibility in China

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The 8th BRICS Summit at Goa, India

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Colombia Rejects Peace Deal: Chinese Investments in Doubt?

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Confronting HK Localism with a Unified Social Citizenship

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China Trade Bills Scam: New Regulation Announced

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China’s Property Bubble: What Should Be Done?

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Submarine Acquisitions in East Asia: A Reflection of Geopolitics

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The BRICS at the Hangzhou G20 Summit

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Hong Kong: Local Identity and Democratization

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