India’s Iran Dilemma
Politics,Economy,South Asia
By Aditi Bhaduri - 24 Jun 2019

India’s Iran Dilemma

The importance of Iran for India cannot be overstated. India is Iran’s second largest crude importer, after China. Tensions over Iran’s nuclear and missile program this time around, and the re-imposition of sanctions by the US, have created another round of problems for India.
Russia’s 5G Deal and the Tech Chess Game
Politics,Economy,China

By Tai Wei Lim - 18 Jun 2019

Russia’s 5G Deal and the Tech Chess Game

The 21st Century Will Begin in 2020 and in China
Politics,Economy,China

By Narayanan Balakrishnan - 17 Jun 2019

The 21st Century Will Begin in 2020 and in China

US-China Trade War: A Decline of American Soft Power?
Politics,Economy,China

US-China Trade War: A Decline of American Soft Power?

Since July 6, 2018, China and the United States have been engaged in a trade war. No matter who wins the trade battle at the end, the US is in danger of becoming a big power with a damaged prestige sustaining a shaky liberal world order.
By Yu Fu - 14 Jun 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
Trump versus the Democrats on China
Politics,Economy,China

Trump versus the Democrats on China

Almost daily the US mainstream media report that the Democratic Party opposes everything President Donald Trump does or wants to do. Everything that is except Trump’s tough stance on trade with China! They agree with it. They even applaud it.
China’s Port Diplomacy Has Not Been Plain Sailing
Politics,Economy,China

China’s Port Diplomacy Has Not Been Plain Sailing

China is keen to gain access to ports worldwide, as most of its exports are delivered by sea. By building port terminals and logistics centers, China can simultaneously increase its control over the supply line of its exports and use several international seaways for trade.
Can Huawei Survive the Storm?
Politics,Economy,China

Can Huawei Survive the Storm?

Considering the historical dominance of US companies in the telecommunication semiconductor business and the software platforms powering smartphones, there is a legitimate concern as to whether Huawei can survive the US sanctions.
The Belt and Road Diplomacy: China’s Geo-intellect on the Rise?
Politics,Economy,China

The Belt and Road Diplomacy: China’s Geo-intellect on the Rise?

With the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative, China’s international profile in education and research is going up. This phenomenon can be termed geo-intellect, a subset of China’s global power project.
By Romi Jain - 24 May 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
Japan-Canada Ties and Abe’s Recent Visit
Politics,Economy,East Asia

Japan-Canada Ties and Abe’s Recent Visit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Canada in April 2019. His meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was important from a strategic and economic dimension.
Why Asian Countries Turn to BRI For Infrastructure Investment
Politics,Economy,China

Why Asian Countries Turn to BRI For Infrastructure Investment

At the second Belt and Road Forum, Chinese President Xi Jinping attempted to allay growing complaints that the BRI was a predatory debt trap and said that China would promote high financial and environmental standards to steer its projects.
Bhandari’s Visit Signals Deeper Nepal-China Engagement
Politics,Economy,South Asia

Bhandari’s Visit Signals Deeper Nepal-China Engagement

Nepal’s President Bidhya Devi Bhandari was on a nine-day state visit to China which concluded on April 30, 2019. Invited by Chinese President Xi Jinping, Bhandari also attended and addressed the Second Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.
By Rishi Gupta - 09 May 2019 | 1 comments Read more...
How Do Airports Achieve Continuing Success?
Politics,Economy,Society

How Do Airports Achieve Continuing Success?

The Top Ten winners of the annual Skytrax World Airport Awards have recently been announced. They beat out 550 other airports. Being the best was important to them in a hyper-competitive world at a time of shifting geopolitics and geo-economics.
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