Four Reasons Why China Should Not “Customize” Google.cn

    By Xiaolin Duan Nov. 14, 2018
    In January 2010, Google shut down its Chinese search engine. In August 2018, the Twitter account of the People’s Daily announced that: “Google is welcome to the mainland, but it’s a prerequisite that it must comply with the requirements of the law.”

    Trump’s Asia Policy is Mostly About China

    By Mark J. Valencia on Nov. 13, 2018

    Hong Kong in China: Rethinking the Hong Kong-Mainland Relationship (Part 1)

    By Christine Loh and Richard Cullen on Nov. 12, 2018

    Meeting China’s Rise: Proposing A New Rebalancing Strategy for ASEAN

    By Bo Yuan Chang on Nov. 09, 2018
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Four Reasons Why China Should Not “Customize” Google.cn
Society,Cyberspace,China

Four Reasons Why China Should Not “Customize” Google.cn

In January 2010, Google shut down its Chinese search engine. In August 2018, the Twitter account of the People’s Daily announced that: “Google is welcome to the mainland, but it’s a prerequisite that it must comply with the requirements of the law.”
By Xiaolin Duan   |  Nov.14, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Trump’s Asia Policy is Mostly About China
Politics,China

Trump’s Asia Policy is Mostly About China

With the exception of its attempt to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, the US’ Asia policy is mostly about China, or more accurately, what other countries can do to help it win its struggle with China for dominance in the region.
By Mark J. Valencia  |  Nov.13, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...

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The Middle Finger that Voted: Elections in Afghanistan
Politics,South Asia

The Middle Finger that Voted: Elections in Afghanistan

Middle fingers painted in blue ink, millions of Afghans went to the polls, electing people to the lower house of the Parliament and the District Councils. Aside from macro implications, these elections demonstrated popular faith in the strengths of institutional democracy.
By Chayanika Saxena   |  Nov.08, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Withdrawal of EU Trade Preferences: What Choices Does Cambodia Have?
Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

Withdrawal of EU Trade Preferences: What Choices Does Cambodia Have?

The EU warned that it would withdraw its trade preferences given to Cambodia, if Cambodia could not reverse the perceived deterioration of its human rights situation. The country should not underestimate the potential severe impact of the withdrawal on its garment industry.
By Kimkong Heng  |  Nov.07, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Bhutan’s Balancing Act between China and India
Politics,South Asia

Bhutan’s Balancing Act between China and India

In October 2018, Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa won the general elections of Bhutan while the governing party was eliminated. Many analysts believed that the new government would reduce dependence on India while strengthening cooperation with China.
By Nian Peng   |  Nov.06, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Sino-Japanese Relations: From Détente to Seeking a New Normal
Politics,Economy,East Asia

Sino-Japanese Relations: From Détente to Seeking a New Normal

It’s on everybody’s lips: the smoother relationship between China and Japan, the world’s second and third economies. The conventional explanation for this round of cozying up is that the common challenge of trade wars is uniting the two Northeast Asian rivals.
By Tai Wei Lim  |  Nov.05, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Abe’s China Sojourn: The Emerging New Calculus between China and Japan
Politics,Economy,East Asia

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.
By Amrita Jash   |  Nov.02, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
The “Blueprints for Management of the South China Sea”: A Critique
Security,Hotspots,Southeast Asia

The “Blueprints for Management of the South China Sea”: A Critique

A robust, binding code of conduct for the South China Sea has become a “holy grail” for analysts and decision makers alike. Many have tried to find it and failed. The Blueprint for a South China Sea Code of Conduct is likely to fail to gain wide acceptance too.
By Mark J. Valencia  |  Nov.01, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Where Should We Go Next? Opportunities and Challenges in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

Where Should We Go Next? Opportunities and Challenges in the South China Sea

With more than two years of relative peace and stability in the South China Sea since the conclusion of the South China Sea arbitration, there are now sporadic and occasional tensions in that region.
By Shicun Wu   |  Oct.31, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Nudged into Fitness: Insurers and Governments Use Gamification to Encourage Healthy Behaviors
Society

Nudged into Fitness: Insurers and Governments Use Gamification to Encourage Healthy Behaviors

For John Hancock’s policyholders, the Vitality program offers them recurring incentives to complete routine short-term fitness challenges such as taking a minimum of 10,000 daily steps as measured by a wearable fitness tracker.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Oct.30, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...

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