The Governing Logic of the Chinese Communist Party

    By Yongnian Zheng Feb. 22, 2017
    Deng Xiaoping, having witnessed in the early 1990s the fall of communist regimes in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, correctly analysed that the regimes’ downfalls were due to their inability to develop their economies and provide welfare for their people.  

    Time for Asia-Pacific Middle Powers to Do More for Regional Security?

    By Huong Le Thu on Feb. 21, 2017

    Will De-Sinification in Taiwan Succeed?

    By Peter Kien-hong Yu on Feb. 15, 2017

    The Maritime Silk Road: Its Past, Present and Future

    By Tai Wei Lim on Feb. 14, 2017
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Politics,Society,China

The Governing Logic of the Chinese Communist Party

Deng Xiaoping, having witnessed in the early 1990s the fall of communist regimes in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, correctly analysed that the regimes’ downfalls were due to their inability to develop their economies and provide welfare for their people.  
By Yongnian Zheng   |  Feb.22, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Security,East Asia

Time for Asia-Pacific Middle Powers to Do More for Regional Security?

South Korea and Australia, being established middle powers and allies of the US, are facing the challenge of the changing nature of the cordial relationship with the Washington. Unlike the smaller players, they are in a position to take a more active role in shaping the regional order.
By Huong Le Thu  |  Feb.21, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...

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Politics,Hotspots,Southeast Asia

Trump and the South China Sea: Flip-Flops and Continuity

Analysts trying to parse US policy in the Trump era regarding the South China Sea must be prepared for stark contradictions and intellectual whiplash. It is too early to draw conclusions regarding US-China relations in the South China Sea or in general.  
By Mark J. Valencia   |  Feb.16, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Politics,East Asia

Will De-Sinification in Taiwan Succeed?

A gradual process of asserting things non-Chinese started when a greater sense of Taiwanese-ness emerged under Lee Teng-hui after the March 1996 presidential election. When opposition candidate Chen Shui-bian became president in May 2000, the push for de-Sinification got into full swing.  
By Peter Kien-hong Yu  |  Feb.15, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,China,Southeast Asia

The Maritime Silk Road: Its Past, Present and Future

In the revived contemporary interest in the Maritime Silk Road, narratives about Zheng He may become part of the current discourse on Chinese plans to revive the maritime trading route which spans cities from China to Italy.
By Tai Wei Lim   |  Feb.14, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Society,South Asia

Good Cop, Bad Cop: The Police and its Representations in India

The popularity of the Singam movies in India suggest a thirst in the audience for their justice system to perform a thorough and righteous cleansing of the corrupt and criminal elements which they have to live with in their everyday lives.  
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Feb.13, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,China,Southeast Asia

China’s “Belt and Road” and Maritime Southeast Asia

An effect of the warming relations between China and the Philippines has been the de-emphasis in Manila of the South China Sea dispute. This de-escalation of tensions has brought a surge of Chinese investment, as well as possible Sino-Philippine joint exploration of resources in the South China Sea.  
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim   |  Feb.10, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Society,East Asia

A Relook at Japan’s Modern History: Autonomy and Maturity

This series deals with Japan’s history from the middle of 1800 to 2000. These 150 years are divided into 9 periods, and each volume focuses on ten or twenty years. The second keystone of the series is the emphasis on the power, order and style of the traditional society, and the autonomy and maturity of the Japanese society.
By Yanming Li   |  Feb.08, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Economy,China,Southeast Asia

China’s “Belt and Road” and Mainland Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia straddles both the Silk Road Economic Belt and the Maritime Silk Road, and the projects promise to stimulate economic development and trade in the participating nations. China and ASEAN seek to raise their trade to USD 1 trillion by 2020.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim   |  Feb.07, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
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Society,East Asia

A Relook at Japan’s Modern History: Nation Building

This series deals with Japan’s history from the middle of 1800 to 2000. These 150 years are divided into 9 periods, and each volume focuses on ten or twenty years. The first fundamental view from the series is the process of building the modern nation state of Japan.
By Yanming Li   |  Feb.06, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...

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