Without an urgent reset to the pro-growth economic orthodoxy, the planetary immune system for the survival of all species will break down
Luther Lie of Harvard Law School considers whether the implementation of Indonesia’s recently passed personal data protection law will follow the EU and US initiatives
Alejandro Reyes of the Asia Global Institute argues that China and the US can move towards a competitive and cooperative working rivalry
Nations can quit coal in a rapid, just and orderly manner but to do so, they need a coordinated mix of policies
Authors Simon Commander and Saul Estrin argue that the close relationship between Asia's political elites and business dynasties will impede the region’s future growth
Beijing’s plans to build a hydropower dam in Tibet have sparked fears in Delhi. Oxford's Genevieve Donnellon-May proposes a joint river-basin governance framework
James Meese of RMIT University discusses the impact of Australia’s News Media Bargaining Code
HKU's Bryane Michael illustrates why competition authorities worldwide should go back to basic principles instead of enact fancy, modern sounding laws
While fossil fuels will remain central to many economies, targets must include plans, finance and technology to reduce energy consumption and emissions.
With economic pain worsening, a new solution for developing countries facing difficulties funding climate action is gaining traction.
Frank Jotzo of Australian National University and Wesley Morgan of Griffith University consider the challenges and opportunities of the global climate talks.
Hong Kong should end its piecemeal approach to exiting zero Covid and abandon remaining restrictions, while the mainland China should use the city as a model.
Vasuki Shastry of Chatham House examines the unappreciated irony of Sunak’s achievement, given the politics and society of India today.
To explain the context of Russian nationalism today, Dmitry Shlapentokh documents how Eurasianism has shifted from ideology and national ideal to geopolitical claim
From his research, 2022 AsiaGlobal Fellow Bakhrom Radjabov draws lessons for creating the supportive environment needed for effective social innovation
Inflation is threatening food security in India and placing strains on key social safety nets such as ration schemes and subsidy programs
University of Hong Kong historian Nicolo Ludovice examines the practice of historical distortion, focusing on the case of the Philippines
An outline of efforts to address the environmental disaster and mitigate the risks.