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US-China Relations: Where are they headed? Articles Asia Trade & Economics

US-China Relations: Where are they headed?

On March 18, top diplomats from the United States (US) and China had their first open dialogue in Anchorage under the Biden administration. The rhetoric of labelling China’s ascendancy as…

Vietnam Role in Enhancing ASEAN’s Resilience Amid Great Power Rivalry Articles South East Asia Trade & Economics

Vietnam’s Role in Enhancing ASEAN’s Resilience Amid Great Power Rivalry

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has been facing challenges in developing a cohesive regional identity with a responsive regional organisation. However, this issue has been compounded by great…

Developmental Assistance Models: A Comparative Analysis of CIDCA and USAID Articles Asia Trade & Economics

How China is Shaping International Development

Recently, China’s State Council Information Office released a white paper titled “China’s International Development Cooperation in the New Era”, which shows the world how China conducts international development cooperation. It demonstrates the…

Singapore – Caught Between the US-China Rivalry Articles South East Asia Trade & Economics

Singapore – Caught Between the US-China Rivalry?

In May 2019, the Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsein Loong while speaking at the Shangri-La Dialogue called on both the United States (US) and China to reach a strategic accommodation…

Malaysia - Caught Between The US-China Rivalry? Americas Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Malaysia – Caught Between The US-China Rivalry?

Malaysia’s relations with China and the United States (US) have remained cordial, and Malaysia has taken an equidistant approach in dealing with their rivalry. It comes as no surprise that…

Expanding Diplomatic Footprint: Pakistan and East Africa Articles Asia Middle East & North Africa Sub Saharan Africa Trade & Economics

Expanding Diplomatic Footprint: Pakistan and East Africa

A few years ago, whenever one thought of Africa words like disease, poverty and crisis came to mind. Over the years, the resilient people of the African continent have turned…

Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Articles Asia Oceania South East Asia Trade & Economics

RCEP: Asia’s New Trade Pact?

In the post-Cold War Era, regionalism in Asia has gained momentum, albeit gradually. A defining feature of Asia’s economic and political landscape is multilateralism. It can be argued that Asian…

Reviving Pakistan’s Vision East Asia Policy Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Reviving Pakistan’s Vision East Asia Policy

Since its inception, Pakistan has followed a security-centric foreign policy by focusing on major players such as the United States (US) and China. Unsurprisingly, these alliances were essential given the…

Iran's Entrance into China Orbit Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Iran’s Entrance into China’s Orbit

The year 2020 is the “year of Rat” according to the Chinese zodiac, which is known to bring new favourable outcomes. This view seems convincing as the geo-politics are favouring…

CPEC: A Promise in the Dark? Articles Asia Politics & Governance Trade & Economics

CPEC: A Promise in the Dark?

The fate of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been a question of great intrigue lately. Before and during the pandemic, the mega project has experienced some slow-downs and renegotiations,…

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