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US presidential campaign mustn’t undermine Xi’s state visit

Author: Elizabeth Ingleson, United States Studies Centre Another year of presidential campaigns, another round of China bashing. In the wake of China’s stock market crash...

Why India’s policymakers need to fire on all cylinders

Authors: Shekhar Shah and Rajesh Chadha, NCAER India, the world’s third largest economy measured in purchasing-power parity terms, became a middle income country in 2007....

Something for everyone in Abe’s WWII statement

Author: Richard J. Samuels, MIT Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s carefully crafted statement marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II will...

Myanmar’s political destination still unknown

Author: Trevor Wilson, ANU The second general election since Myanmar began its political transition in 2011 will be held on Sunday 8 November 2015. Around...

The politics of Asian integration

Author: Seungjoo Lee, Chung-Ang University Economic integration has steadily increased in East Asia. But the region still suffers from what South Korean President Park Geun-hye...

Don’t go wobbly on freedom of navigation in the South China Sea

Author: Raul (Pete) Pedrozo, United States Department of Defense In a recent East Asia Forum article, Sam Bateman criticised a decision by the US Secretary of...

Japan and South Korea must foster domestic support for bilateral relations

Author: Junya Nishino, Keio University Many expected Japan–Republic of Korea (ROK) relations to be reset when the Shinzo Abe and Park Geun-hye administrations first came...

What institutions do Asian countries need to keep growing?

Author: David Dollar, Brookings Institution The notion of a ‘middle-income trap’ has entered the lexicon of policymakers in emerging markets in Asia and elsewhere. Many...

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