Given their common interests and challenges, countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific should foster closer ties
The US and China should consider how collaborating on technology, particularly in helping the Global South, will yield more benefits than a zero-sum race to decouple
A look at the economic component of the Canadian Indo-Pacific Strategy launched in November last year
The adoption of CBDCs in the region depend on their value-added for business and end-users and the support from banks and payment service providers
Hot wars, cold rivalries, the pandemic, financial crises, and disrupted supply chains – Asian businesses must adapt to a turbulent world shaped by geo-economics
Young corporate leaders in Asia are embracing new ways of leadership to cope with volatile times and ESG standards and practices
China’s presence in the Pacific has taken new forms. What was once purely economic is now much deeper.
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.
ASEAN members may find the IPEF an attractive platform for advancing economic engagement with the US.
Economies across the region will have to rethink trade finance, and accelerate the use of technology to drive inclusivity.
Washington hopes such a deal would be a powerful counterweight to China’s efforts to impose its own digital standards in the region.
ASEAN has been put in an increasingly difficult position if it is to preserve its neutrality, assert its much-prized centrality in the region, and maintain cohesion.
Instead of focusing only on how to control the movement of water, cities should also embrace the ongoing “amphibious transformation” by adapting to life on water.
The world needs supplier-blind cybersecurity to ensure new technologies work for people and are not weaponized in a new Cold War.
A closer look at the initiatives to create alternate global supply chains that are durable, resilient and less reliant on China.