Pandemic preparedness should include a range of digital health capabilities with a view to minimizing the digital divide.
How the bloc tackles this difficult diplomatic test as well as related complicated challenges will determine the global role and status of the EU.
A look at Moscow’s relationships in Asia, particularly its growing alignment with Beijing and its skepticism of the emerging “free and open Indo-Pacific” concept.
The past success of the US came not through projecting values such as democracy and freedom but by expanding its economy and borrowing from authoritarian playbooks.
Neither Moon Jae-in nor Joe Biden would be fully satisfied with the outcomes but their Washington meeting was a welcome return of mature diplomacy.
The major issues at play and ways to resolve the tensions and differences among the countries involved.
The pandemic has accelerated innovation efforts and increased the willingness to conduct higher-risk experimentation. What are some potential lessons for Asia?
The new president’s advantage, according to Mumbai-born journalist and author Salil Tripathi, is his experience and maturity.
The new president will have to “detrumpify” or depoliticize the bureaucracy to restore sobriety, professionalism and expertise to the conduct of foreign policy
The changing way the US wields power in the world and its tougher approach to China are forcing Asian countries to rethink their relations with Washington and Beijing.
The decision by the United States that Hong Kong products must be labelled Made in China has sparked alarms. Here's what Hong Kong might be able to do in response.
A new dangerous kind of nationalism amalgamating underlying global challenges is on the rise: vaccine nationalism.
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 stable relationship with China may serve the UK well, as its educational institutions could capitalize on a shift of Chinese students away from Australia.
Covid-19 has thrown UK higher education into crisis, with travel restrictions and public-health concerns causing overseas students to reconsider their study plans.
The Trump administration’s insistence on a geopolitical confrontation with Beijing is spooking potential allies.
Instead of bringing nations together, the Covid-19 pandemic is upending global supply chains and creating further distrust of international institutions.