RCEP is a thoroughly modern trade accord that will boost trade in services and drive growth in trade and investment in “new” areas.
Beijing’s moves will intensify the already heated China-US strategic rivalry.
ASEAN members may find the IPEF an attractive platform for advancing economic engagement with the US.
An analysis of the security challenges Tokyo faces, particularly with China, given the possibility that Beijing may attempt to take control of Taiwan.
The success of the GBA depends on a range of factors from resolving corporate cultural clashes to working around the geopolitical climate.
Data commercialization could improve total factor productivity and tackle political, economic and social challenges resulting from the slowdown of growth.
Financial technology applications need to go beyond payments systems to provide a wide array of services, from lending to insurance, to new and existing banking customers
Will broad business liquidity support and efforts to bolster the labor market turn out to be necessary?
Nationhood, citizenship and identity are more and more intertwined and complex in the globalized world.
This punitive action will prompt economies in Asia to enhance their own mechanisms for support in financial crises and, over time, to reduce reliance on the US dollar.
If Beijing wants to recruit India to China’s efforts at reshaping the world order, it will have to be sensitive to New Delhi’s deliberate geopolitical balancing.
Countries in the region should focus on the opportunities offered by science diplomacy.
Are China's current food security measures sufficient to counter the long-term impact of the Russia-Ukraine war?
China faces difficult weeks and months in its struggle to get to the point where it can contemplate treating the coronavirus as endemic.
While the actions of Brussels and Berlin have been portrayed as something of a coming-into-their-own power play, the approach is redolent more of symbolism than substance
Asia Global Institute Fellow William H Overholt examines the geopolitics of Korea, focusing on its efforts to balance relations with China with its dependence on the US.
The Quad can be a strong coalition of influence within the United Nations that could counter China’s growing weight in the international organization.