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Unpacking the “Rules-Based Order”
The “Rules-Based Order” is increasingly being appealed to against the changing regional structures of the Asia-Pacific. However, understanding what each proponent understands, including differing views, about the term is ...
The Quadrilateral Conundrum : Can ASEAN Be Persuaded?
If the Quad cannot make clear how it addresses three inherent contradictions in its revival of the ‘Indo-Pacific’, it will not achieve the support of ASEAN states.
Singapore’s ASEAN Chairmanship : Advancing Peace & Security
Peace in ASEAN has been good for Singapore. As ASEAN Chair for 2018, Singapore has worked hard to enhance these prospects during its tenure which just ended.
Economic Populism : End of The Small State?
If the ‘belle epoque’ of the small state is over, then the world is in for some dangerous times. Middle-sized and aspiring powers should be concerned about what this entails, but small states still have something to offer.
US Watch-List For ‘Currency Manipulation’ : What Is It?
The US watch-list for ‘currency manipulation’ seems to be part of a puzzling move in the trade war against China. The problem is the mess of contradictions and hypocrisy it has raked up and Singapore is hit by the broad ...