Normalization of the US - Myanmar relationship could usher in irreversible changes in the strategic environment of not only Myanmar, but also in the region. It means entry of global players - challenging China's presence in Southeast Asia.
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A United States pivoting towards being a 'Pacific Country' means less attention on the Middle East, raised tensions with China and the potential trampling of the economic systems of democratic allies in the region for its own gain with tariffs and trade regulation.
In Burma media censorship is all but gone, new labour laws legalise trade unions and strikes, poverty alleviation is a common word in government, and Aung San Suu Kyi has risen as a political force.
The world's climate now depends heavily on Asian capitals. China has risen to power, much like the West, powered by fossil fuels. Our climate cannot afford for the rest of Asia to follow this path.
Meera, is the Chairperson and Country Executive of RBS N.V., India leading over 12,000 employees across 24 cities in India. In her banking career spanning 27 years, she has worked with the bank for 20 years, in senior roles as Read more
The Lowy Institute's report studies the infrastructure of the diplomatic missions of Australia across the globe. The findings and recommendations call for crucial reforms in Australia's overseas diplomatic network.
As Indonesia hosts a number of high-level summits this year, it looks set to take its place among the world’s economic superstars. But celebrations are premature: although Indonesia has made great strides, its gains are reversible. To continue to prosper, Jakarta must address rampant corruption and poor governance
An exclusive chapter from the book 'Harvesting Feminist Knowledge for Public Policy,' edited by Devaki Jain, looks at how providing food security for all can point the way toward a more humane political economy.
Myanmar, formally known as Burma, is making legitimate changes in the name of reform led by the self appointed government. Will progress continue, and will the West be able and willing to mobilise support?
Indian-Australian relations are straining over Australia’s refusal to sell Uranium to India, but this may be avoided if India signs the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.