China and Neoliberalism

    By Tai Wei Lim Apr. 27, 2018
    The promotion of connectivity through the Belt and Road Initiative, economic regionalism schemes, and Chinese infrastructure investments in the region, all appear to indicate that China is at the forefront of preserving the economic neoliberal agenda.

    The New US Perception of China

    By Richard Cullen on Apr. 26, 2018

    East Asian Integration and Trump’s Trade Protectionism

    By Xiaolin Duan on Apr. 24, 2018

    The Use of AI and Robotics in Weapon Systems

    By Tai Wei Lim on Apr. 23, 2018
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China and Neoliberalism
Economy,China

China and Neoliberalism

The promotion of connectivity through the Belt and Road Initiative, economic regionalism schemes, and Chinese infrastructure investments in the region, all appear to indicate that China is at the forefront of preserving the economic neoliberal agenda.
By Tai Wei Lim   |  Apr.27, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
The New US Perception of China
Politics,China

The New US Perception of China

The American perception of China has gone through an intriguing transition over the last century. Once, compassion was dominant. Today, increasing hostility is prominent with rumbles of a serious trade war in the air.
By Richard Cullen  |  Apr.26, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...

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China’s New Arctic Policy Needs Close Analysis
Politics,Economy,China

China’s New Arctic Policy Needs Close Analysis

Now that the dust has settled on China’s big policy announcement, it is time to take a fresh look at China’s Arctic Policy and assess what it means for the US and the other five states that have a coastline on the Arctic Sea: Canada, Greenland (Denmark), Russia, Norway, and Iceland.
By Mark E. Rosen   |  Apr.20, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
The Tug of War between Taiwan and the PRC
Politics,East Asia

The Tug of War between Taiwan and the PRC

After the Taiwan Travel Act is signed, Taiwan’s independence activists and supporters are elated. After decades of struggle, the tug of war has now become a contest between Taiwan and the PRC.
By Peter Kien-hong Yu  |  Apr.18, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Xi Jinping and the Removal of Presidential Term Limits in China
Politics,China

Xi Jinping and the Removal of Presidential Term Limits in China

China scrapped its presidential two-term limit, allowing President Xi Jinping to seek a third term in 2022. The change was criticized by numerous Western pundits as “dangerous,” “regressive,” and “potentially disastrous.” Are such criticisms warranted?
By Dennis V. Hickey   |  Apr.17, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
A “New Normal” in the South China Sea?
Security,Hotspots,Southeast Asia

A “New Normal” in the South China Sea?

The US and China have apparently reached a tacit agreement to disagree and to maintain a leaky status quo, a “new normal.” Not coincidentally, relations on this issue between the ASEAN claimants and between ASEAN and China are more or less at the same place.
By Mark J. Valencia  |  Apr.16, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
The Pakistan Puzzle: How Will Trump Deal with It?
Politics,Security,South Asia

The Pakistan Puzzle: How Will Trump Deal with It?

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi recently met with US Vice President Mike Pence. One of the challenges which the US is facing is that despite taking tough measures on Pakistan lately, there has been no visible change in Islamabad’s approach towards terror groups.
By Tridivesh Singh Maini   |  Apr.13, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Civic Activism Gains Momentum in Afghanistan
Politics,Society,South Asia

Civic Activism Gains Momentum in Afghanistan

The people of Afghanistan have made use of democratic practices, such as popular sit-ins, social media activism, and even satire, as ways to make themselves heard even if their faith in the government and the administration continues to diminish by the day.
By Chayanika Saxena  |  Apr.12, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
Withdrawing from the ICC: What Now for the Philippines?
Politics,Southeast Asia

Withdrawing from the ICC: What Now for the Philippines?

On March 16, 2018, the Philippines began the process of its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court. The decision ultimately discredits the Philippines’ democratic credentials that are supposedly grounded on the ideals of human rights.
By Andrea Chloe Wong   |  Apr.11, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...
What is Structural Blindness?
Politics,Society

What is Structural Blindness?

The recent discovery of a hitherto-unrecognized human organ, the interstitium, has provided an example of the phenomenon of structural blindness: the inability of people to see something not because of a defect in their eyes, but because of a long-standing feature of the world.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  Apr.10, 2018  |  0 comments Read more...

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Duterte and the South China Sea

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The US, China, and the AIIB:  From Zero-Sum Competition to Win-Win Cooperation?

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US-Vietnamese Reconciliation: Alliance of Convenience against China

US-Vietnamese Reconciliation: Alliance of Convenience against China

China And The Eurasian Economic Union: Prospects For The Silk Road Economic Belt

China And The Eurasian Economic Union: Prospects For The Silk Road Economic Belt

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