Moves by President Yoon Suk-yeol to address irritants in South Korea’s relations with Japan have led to the first bilateral summit since 2011
As it seeks to balance its relations with China and the US, the Philippines under President Ferdinand Marcos Jr has been deepening ties with Japan
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr walks a fine foreign-policy line, looking to China for economic support, while deepening security relations with the US
To test the artificial intelligence chatbot's capabilities, AsiaGlobal Online asked it to write an article on NATO's emerging partnerships in the Indo-Pacific
Washington's geo-economic strategy in the Indo-Pacific could prompt China to intensify its challenge to US dominance and damage Southeast Asian economies
The Japanese prime minister and US president showed strategic unity on countering China but their convergence did not make Japan’s balancing challenge any easier
Indonesia’s decision to expand offshore energy exploration in controversial waters contested by China signals that Jakarta is prepared to meet the risks
When it comes to balancing geopolitics and economics, Europe should emulate the pragmatic approach of Asian economies
James Borton of Johns Hopkins University says Vietnam's innovation strategy is a beneficiary of increasing US cooperation as Washington seeks to counter China’s rise
Alejandro Reyes of the Asia Global Institute argues that China and the US can move towards a competitive and cooperative working rivalry
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
China’s presence in the Pacific has taken new forms. What was once purely economic is now much deeper.
Key economies must focus on regional integration and promoting greater collaboration in the necessary governance to address pressing global challenges.
The prospect for building a global architecture for cross-border data flows anytime soon is very limited.
This could lead to a massive global economic shock and renewed inflationary pressures.
Come what looks to be the trickiest summit ever, President Joko Widodo could bolster the G20’s relevance and Asia’s profile in world affairs.