Abe’s China Sojourn: The Emerging New Calculus between China and Japan
Politics,Economy,East Asia
By Amrita Jash - 02 Nov 2018

Abe’s China Sojourn: The Emerging New Calculus between China and Japan

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s landmark three-day visit to Beijing from October 25-27, 2018, exemplifies the changing undertone in the fragile relations that have been severely affected by territorial disputes and contentions over Japan’s past aggression.
“Davos in the Desert” Brings Islamabad Closer to Riyadh
Politics,Economy,South Asia

By Aditi Bhaduri - 29 Oct 2018

“Davos in the Desert” Brings Islamabad Closer to Riyadh

The 2018 Xiangshan Forum: Regional Issues and the North Korean Entrance
Politics,Security,China

By Tai Wei Lim - 26 Oct 2018

The 2018 Xiangshan Forum: Regional Issues and the North Korean Entrance

Lessons for Imran Khan from the Recent Pakistani By-Elections
Politics,South Asia

Lessons for Imran Khan from the Recent Pakistani By-Elections

The recent by-election results in Pakistan should serve as a wake-up call for the PTI government led by Imran Khan. While renegotiation of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor with China has helped in the long run, the economy is in the doldrums and patience is clearly wearing thin.
India and Uzbekistan Look to Deepen Bilateral Ties
Politics,Central Asia,South Asia

India and Uzbekistan Look to Deepen Bilateral Ties

The President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev arrived on September 30, 2018 on his first official visit to India. This visit came soon after the visit of Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Uzbekistan, as part of her visit to the Central Asian Region.
Will EU’s Sanctions Mean a Closer Embrace for China and Cambodia?
Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

Will EU’s Sanctions Mean a Closer Embrace for China and Cambodia?

The EU has started the process to withdraw Cambodia’s trade benefits under the “Everything But Arms arrangement, or EBA, which guarantees completely tariff-free access to the European market for all exports except for weapons and ammunition.”
The “Debt Trap” is not Detrimental to the BRI
Politics,Economy,China

The “Debt Trap” is not Detrimental to the BRI

While the debt issue is definitely a major obstacle to some projects, it is not detrimental to the Belt and Road Initiative. In order to address this problem, China has strengthened cooperation and policy coordination with the BRI states and made some progress on it.
By Nian Peng - 19 Oct 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Will Trump Jilt Taiwan?
Politics,East Asia

Will Trump Jilt Taiwan?

In recent weeks, some top members of Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s party have warned her that US President Donald Trump will likely terminate and may even reverse America’s recent pro-Taiwan actions and policies.
China, Japan and the Crisis Management Mechanism in the East China Sea
Politics,Security,East Asia

China, Japan and the Crisis Management Mechanism in the East China Sea

At Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s summit meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on May 9, 2018, the “Maritime and Aerial Communication Mechanism between the defense authorities of China and Japan” was set up to prevent accidental clashes in the air and at sea.
By Amrita Jash - 15 Oct 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
US-Pakistan Ties: Re-negotiating the Terms of Engagement
Politics,South Asia

US-Pakistan Ties: Re-negotiating the Terms of Engagement

In September and October 2018, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi held two meetings in Islamabad and Washington to renegotiate the terms of engagement.
By Abdul Basit - 12 Oct 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
US Midterm Elections and Trump Hating China: What’s Really Going On?
Politics,China

US Midterm Elections and Trump Hating China: What’s Really Going On?

Recently a number of stories have appeared in the Western liberal media pushing the narrative that US President Donald Trump despises both China and the Chinese people. These are useful to the Democratic Party going into an election in November 2018.
Consumption Tax Reform in America: Below the Radar but Underway
Politics,Economy

Consumption Tax Reform in America: Below the Radar but Underway

Thanks to Trump’s trade war on China, the US is about to experience a massive sample of just what a new, very large consumption tax will taste like. The result is sure to be a significant tax-based lifting of sticker prices across a huge range of goods.
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