Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s First Year in Office

    By Tridivesh Singh Maini Sep. 17, 2019
    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan won the election in July 2018. One year down the line, Khan is finding himself in a weak position for more than one reason. Currently, Khan faces two challenges: the Pakistan Army and the domestic economy.

    Is “One Country, Two Systems” Doomed To Fail?

    By Henry Hing Lee Chan on Sep. 18, 2019

    Is a Strong Leader Enough to Fight Corruption? Evidence from India and China

    By Lina Vyas and Alfred M. Wu on Sep. 16, 2019

    Argentina On Verge of Default: Can IMF Save It?

    By Henry Hing Lee Chan on Sep. 13, 2019
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顺德未来
Shunde

顺德未来

随着粤港澳大湾区的组成,顺德的未来将与大湾区息息相关。本文将从大湾区出发讲述顺德最新发展方向,让读者了解顺德未来发展前景和机会。
By Henry Hing Lee Chan   |  Aug.07, 2019  |   1564 Views Read more...
Shunde’s Future
Shunde

Shunde’s Future

With the launch of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, the future of Shunde will be closely related to the GBA. This article will use the GBA as a starting point to discuss the latest developmental direction of Shunde.
By Henry Hing Lee Chan   |  Aug.07, 2019  |   671 Views Read more...
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Is “One Country, Two Systems” Doomed To Fail?
Politics,Hotspots,East Asia

Is “One Country, Two Systems” Doomed To Fail?

“One country, two systems” is concocted to resolve the challenges facing the 1997 Hong Kong reversion to Chinese rule. The emphasis over a political construct suitable to Chinese conditions meant that problems over “one country, two systems” is not unexpected.
By Henry Hing Lee Chan   |  Sep.18, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s First Year in Office
Politics,South Asia

Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s First Year in Office

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan won the election in July 2018. One year down the line, Khan is finding himself in a weak position for more than one reason. Currently, Khan faces two challenges: the Pakistan Army and the domestic economy.
By Tridivesh Singh Maini  |  Sep.17, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...

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Argentina On Verge of Default: Can IMF Save It?
Politics,Economy

Argentina On Verge of Default: Can IMF Save It?

Argentine has defaulted on its sovereign debt eight times since independence in 1816, and the country has been punctuated with regular economic crises in the past 70 years. The issue on hand is not so much about Argentine default, but the judgement and approach of the IMF.
By Henry Hing Lee Chan   |  Sep.13, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Whither Hong Kong’s Summer of Discontent?
Politics,Hotspots,East Asia

Whither Hong Kong’s Summer of Discontent?

On September 4, 2019, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced that she will officially withdraw the extradition bill which caused much anguish and anxiety in Hong Kong. Protestors did not accept Lam’s withdrawal of the bill as it came too little, too late.
By Tai Wei Lim  |  Sep.12, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Modi’s Bahrain Visit Affirms Strong Mid-East Ties
Politics,Economy,South Asia

Modi’s Bahrain Visit Affirms Strong Mid-East Ties

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Bahrain came amidst much fanfare and interest. He is the very first Indian prime minister to visit the Gulf state, considering that the two countries have shared close ties for centuries.
By Aditi Bhaduri   |  Sep.11, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
G7 Summit and Iran: Why India Would be Watching Closely
Politics,Economy,South Asia

G7 Summit and Iran: Why India Would be Watching Closely

India has immense interest in the reduction of tensions between Washington and Tehran. The removal of tensions is important for India in the context of its oil needs as well as the Chabahar Port project which is India’s gateway to Afghanistan.
By Tridivesh Singh Maini  |  Sep.10, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Public Policy of Training for a Tech Future
Society,Cyberspace

Public Policy of Training for a Tech Future

In the US, community colleges serve to disseminate information to the local levels and bring the communities up to date with the latest gadgets and information. Japan’s silver academies help to retrain workers or re-allocate them to industries facing manpower shortages.
By Tai Wei Lim   |  Sep.09, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Sinking Cities in Asia: Science-Based Adaptations Are Needed
Environment,Southeast Asia

Sinking Cities in Asia: Science-Based Adaptations Are Needed

In August 2019, Singapore and Indonesia announced two contrasting approaches to adapt to the risk of sea-level rise caused by global climate change. The lurking danger of sea-level rise is now recognized as an equally important climate change hazard.
By Henry Hing Lee Chan  |  Sep.06, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Trump is Pushing Iran Closer to China
Politics,Economy,China

Trump is Pushing Iran Closer to China

Even as the US threatens Iran with oil sanctions and war, China goes ahead with trade and infrastructure building there. Iran’s dependence on China highlights their shared interests against the US in the Middle East, Central and South Asia.
By Anita Inder Singh   |  Sep.05, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
The Role of Universities in the Chinese Dream
Society,China

The Role of Universities in the Chinese Dream

The goal is to provide a conducive environment for different streams of thoughts and cultures to interact and to transmit them to curious minds. Over time, this arrangement would produce new cultural-intellectual products as a result of ferment and cross-fertilization.
By Michael S. H. Heng   |  Sep.04, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...

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The 2017 Sino-Canadian Investment Reset

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Cambodia Joins the “Belt and Road”

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The Still Growing US Trade Deficit with China: Whose Fault?

The Still Growing US Trade Deficit with China: Whose Fault?

Circles and Circles: An Artistic Look at China’s Nation Building

Circles and Circles: An Artistic Look at China’s Nation Building

Is China Building a Maritime Militia?

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The Xi-Trump Summit and the Two Senses of “America First”

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Three Years On

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Will the Western Media Prod America and China into War?

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Love, Marriage, and China’s Demographic Crisis

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US May Enforce North Korea Sanctions Without UN Approval

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