India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East

    By Aditi Bhaduri Jun. 22, 2018
    On March 22, 2018, Air India made a historical flight from Delhi to Tel Aviv, flying straight over Saudi Arabian airspace. Besides hinting at the covert warming of ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia, the flights testify to India’s growing diplomatic clout in the Middle East.

    Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout

    By Tai Wei Lim on Jun. 21, 2018

    How China is Reshaping the International Order

    By Anita Inder Singh on Jun. 20, 2018

    Asia-Pac’s Top Security Meetings: The Xiangshan Forum and the Shangri-La Dialogue

    By Tai Wei Lim on Jun. 19, 2018
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India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East
Politics,South Asia

India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East

On March 22, 2018, Air India made a historical flight from Delhi to Tel Aviv, flying straight over Saudi Arabian airspace. Besides hinting at the covert warming of ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia, the flights testify to India’s growing diplomatic clout in the Middle East.
By Aditi Bhaduri   |  Jun.22, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout
Politics,Economy,China

Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout

As the G7 meeting was held close to the SCO gathering, observers did not fail to notice the contrasts between the two. They noted that there appeared to be strong unity within the SCO, while the G7 ended in a disagreement between the leaders of Canada and the US.
By Tai Wei Lim  |  Jun.21, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...

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ZTE Settlement: One Hit for the US, but More Battlegrounds Ahead?
Economy,China

ZTE Settlement: One Hit for the US, but More Battlegrounds Ahead?

Why did ZTE settle after its initial announcements to be in a state of shock and that the denial order caused major operating activities to cease? Perhaps it is as simple as China’s desire that it does not want an escalation of bilateral trade friction.
China-Japan Relations: Warm in Politics and Cold in Economics
Politics,Economy,East Asia

China-Japan Relations: Warm in Politics and Cold in Economics

Japan’s investment in China and bilateral trade have suffered setbacks in recent years. Unlike the slowing down of economic relations, the new geopolitical situation has encouraged the leaders from the two countries to seek more intimate diplomatic ties.
By Min-Hua Chiang  |  Jun.15, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
China is Key to Peace on the Korean Peninsula
Security,Hotspots,East Asia

China is Key to Peace on the Korean Peninsula

To facilitate peace on the Korean Peninsula, North and South Korea and the US are not the only critical actors. Russia, Japan and China are also strategically significant, but it is China which will be the most crucial for the US in the next phase of facilitating real peace.
By Rachael M. Rudolph   |  Jun.14, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Trump-Kim Summit: Singapore as Inspiration for the North Korean Economy?
Security,Hotspots,East Asia

Trump-Kim Summit: Singapore as Inspiration for the North Korean Economy?

Beyond the Sentosa agreement, what could potentially be significant about Kim Jong-un’s visit to Singapore is how it could mirror Deng Xiaoping’s pivotal 1978 Singapore visit. Could Kim Jong-un be inspired to implement a similar economic reform program for North Korea?
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Jun.13, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Will US’ Iran Policy Boost Cooperation between India, Russia and China?
Politics,China,South Asia

Will US’ Iran Policy Boost Cooperation between India, Russia and China?

Iran shares a close economic relationship with China. Trade between both countries was estimated at USD 37 billion for the year 2017. India too has high stakes in Iran. Apart from investing in Chabahar Port, it has significantly increased its oil imports from Iran.
By Tridivesh Singh Maini   |  Jun.12, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Three Years On
Economy,South Asia

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Three Years On

The early-harvest CPEC projects which have begun operation include several power plants, including the Neelum–Jhelum Hydropower Plant, whose first of four turbines commenced operations in April 2018.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Jun.11, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Bangladesh’s Space Age: A Strategic Shift?
Politics,Economy,South Asia

Bangladesh’s Space Age: A Strategic Shift?

Bangladesh’s space age has begun with the successful launch of the Bangabandhu-1 satellite into orbit on May 11, 2018, making it one of the 57 nations having its own satellite. The future space-based Bangladesh may face mixed experiences.
By Abu Sufian Shamrat   |  Jun.08, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
The Future of Military Relations between China and the US
Security,China

The Future of Military Relations between China and the US

On May 23, 2018, the US Department of Defense announced it had withdrawn an invitation for China to participate in the RIMPAC 2018 multinational naval exercise. Does it represent a major setback in Sino-US military relations?
By Xiaobo Liu  |  Jun.07, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...

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Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout

Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout

Asia-Pac’s Top Security Meetings: The Xiangshan Forum and the Shangri-La Dialogue

Asia-Pac’s Top Security Meetings: The Xiangshan Forum and the Shangri-La Dialogue

Domestic Workers’ Woes Spark Tension between Philippines and Kuwait

Domestic Workers’ Woes Spark Tension between Philippines and Kuwait

China-Japan Relations: Warm in Politics and Cold in Economics

China-Japan Relations: Warm in Politics and Cold in Economics

US-North Korea Summit: A Bumpy Road to Peace

US-North Korea Summit: A Bumpy Road to Peace

China is Key to Peace on the Korean Peninsula

China is Key to Peace on the Korean Peninsula

Will US’ Iran Policy Boost Cooperation between India, Russia and China?

Will US’ Iran Policy Boost Cooperation between India, Russia and China?

BIMSTEC and People-to-People Connectivity

BIMSTEC and People-to-People Connectivity

China-India Border Dispute: Stabilizing Military Relations is Key to Peace

China-India Border Dispute: Stabilizing Military Relations is Key to Peace

Pakistan’s Reluctant Relationship with Russia

Pakistan’s Reluctant Relationship with Russia

India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East

India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East

The 2018 Malaysian Elections: After the Shock, What’s Next?

The 2018 Malaysian Elections: After the Shock, What’s Next?

Bangladesh’s Space Age: A Strategic Shift?

Bangladesh’s Space Age: A Strategic Shift?

ZTE Settlement: One Hit for the US, but More Battlegrounds Ahead?

ZTE Settlement: One Hit for the US, but More Battlegrounds Ahead?

The South China Sea: Realpolitik Does Indeed Trump Moralpolitik

The South China Sea: Realpolitik Does Indeed Trump Moralpolitik

Growing Public Dissatisfaction with Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen

Growing Public Dissatisfaction with Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen

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