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How New Silk Roads Are Shaping Southwest Asia
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How New Silk Roads Are Shaping Southwest Asia
February 15, 2019

Investors from ASEAN to Southwest Asia are increasingly convinced that China is the only game in town for new ideas and major capital investment, way ahead on 5G and just about every technology. Moreover, the Chinese have not yet commercialized all their advances. That’s something even Singapore, the “capital of Asia”, has not been able to crack.

As US-China tussle and joust, Russia moves on SEAsia
November 27, 2018

Despite a stronger emphasis on developing political and commercial ties with Asia-Pacific nations in recent years, Russia has largely focused on alignment with China and deepening relations with Japan, South Korea and India. The Kremlin has paid comparatively less attention to Southeast Asia, but there are signs that is now changing.

As US-China tussle and joust, Russia moves on SEAsia
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The Creation of an Asian OSCE Takes the Spotlight
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The Creation of an Asian OSCE Takes the Spotlight
November 20, 2018

Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, proposed to create an Asian organization for security and cooperation. 

US Sanctions Foster Emergence of Multipolar World
August 14, 2018

Russia, Iran, China, and now Turkey are in the same boat, as all have become the target of US sanctions. But none of those nations has bowed under the pressure.

US Sanctions Foster Emergence of Multipolar World
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Russia’s Pivot to Asia-Pacific: President Putin to Attend East Asia Summit in November
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Russia’s Pivot to Asia-Pacific: President Putin to Attend East Asia Summit in November
August 4, 2018

Russia is a Pacific nation. It’s only natural for it to move eastwards, diversifying the relations. The upcoming visit of President Putin to Singapore in November demonstrates Moscow’s desire to move to the East.

India Keeps Options Open at US-led ‘Quad’ Roadshow
November 15, 2017

On the eve of the East Asia Summit now under way in the Philippines, diplomats from the United States, Japan, Australia and India met in Manila on Sunday to discuss the issues of security and stability of the Asia-Pacific region.

India Keeps Options Open at US-led ‘Quad’ Roadshow
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What Happens When America First Collides with the Chinese Dream?
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What Happens When America First Collides with the Chinese Dream?
October 3, 2017

China’s State Oceanic Administration recently published a document titled A Scientific Guide to Realising China’s Dream as a Maritime Great Power—Learning In-Depth from Secretary-General Xi Jinping’s Important Remarks on the Strategy to becoming a Maritime Great Power.

Forget Discussions About Peace and Stability — Washington’s Policy in the South China Sea Is Confrontational
May 30, 2017

The American guided missile destroyer USS Dewey was reported as having carried out a ‘freedom of navigation operation’ or FONOP in the South China Sea on May 24. According to the US Naval Institute the undertaking involved manoeuvres «within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef for about 90 minutes zig-zagging in the water near the installation. At one point during the operation, the ship’s crew conducted a man overboard drill».

Forget Discussions About Peace and Stability — Washington’s Policy in the South China Sea Is Confrontational
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