A look at how the Belt and Road has put China in a more influential and favorable position than its critics would allow.
Beijing is now seeking to turn the tide in its favor through fresh narratives centering on China’s goodwill in providing public goods for international cooperation.
Examining the relationship between EU and US regulatory initiatives on Asia-Pacific IPR – and their apparent unnecessary duplication.
India and Japan are well positioned to shape strategic solutions and to deliver on the shared responsibility of providing global public goods.
Who will take the lead in ensuring cyber security, privacy and other critical safety factors?
For the ASEAN community as a whole to benefit from technology, economics should not be the sole determining driver.
Financial crises, rapid technological advances, shifting competitive advantages, and the pandemic are straining emerging Asian economies.
Against the backdrop of China's success in poverty alleviation, the country could explore the benefits of a basic-income guarantee.
While RCEP is useful and highlights the benefits of lower trade restrictions, it is not a major breakthrough.
A rethinking of development strategy and planning beyond the traditional economic- and city-centric world is essential, especially in the Global South.
APEC should lay out a strategic framework that sets a positive direction for reform and growth for the region and gives businesses the confidence to plan for the future.
The lesser-known International North-South Transport Corridor could prove a rival to the Belt and Road Initiative if it overcomes financing issues and ongoing conflict
Moscow is receptive to the Belt and Road Initiative because it promotes multipolarity and bolsters China as counterbalance to US hegemony.
A more calibrated containment strategy can and should be developed using insights gleaned from big data.
Is Cambodia's dependency on China profitable and sustainable?