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Russian-American Relations: What Impact on ASEAN?
The current tension in Russo-American ties is likely to persist in the next few years. Would it have an impact on ASEAN?
India Acts East, Looks West
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Singapore in mid-November 2018 was an exercise in strategic autonomy. He gained time to carve a comfort zone for India in a proposed regional economic pact which will include ...
ASEAN Women : AWPR’s Role In Southeast Asian Peace
The recent launch of the ASEAN Women for Peace Registry (AWPR) in Cebu, Philippines is a timely move and is a reflection of a strong sense of readiness to adopt UN Security Council Resolution 1325: Women, Peace and Security ...
The ‘New’ Nuclear Arms Race
Expectations of a renewed nuclear arms race if the US abandons the INF Treaty are misplaced. The new arms race is already under way.
The Case of Jamal Khashoggi : America’s Obsolete Alliance with Saudi Arabia
The United States’ relationship with Saudi Arabia has been rocked by Turkish officials’ allegation that the conservative kingdom orchestrated the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Historically, US administrations have ...
Japan’s New Cybersecurity Strategy : Plugging the IoT Gap
Japan should craft a new Cybersecurity Strategy to encourage risk-averse business leadership to tackle shadow IT and bring visibility and control on two key fronts: first, endpoint security to protect computers, servers, ...
India’s strategy of connectivity and autonomy
China and Russia’s outreach towards Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has created space for him to explore a new ‘Connect East’ strategy towards ASEAN and seek nuanced ‘strategic autonomy’ in engaging big powers.
South Asia and the Maritime Silk Road: Far From Plain-sailing
China’s Maritime Silk Road projects pose strategic challenges to the South Asian countries that lie astride the route between Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
Society-Driven Disaster Response : New Model from China?
The rise of a non-governmental relief sector in China, capable of cross-sector coordination in time of crisis, suggests that even in restrictive political environments social actors can play bigger roles in disaster response.
New Trends in Humanitarian Assistance – Blockchain for Humanitarian Aid : Problem or Panacea?
A notable development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution is blockchain technology. Originally created as an alternative means of financial transfer, the technology can be applied to any type of information and asset. ...