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Can Japan’s ‘New Capitalism’ Help Its Workers?
February 16, 2022

Can Japan’s ‘New Capitalism’ Help Its Workers?

By Ulv Hanssen
Breaking with neoliberalism will require a resolve to confront capital and political opponents. Does Kishida have what it takes?

China’s Financial Standardization Plan Does Not Reduce Funding Barriers
February 15, 2022

China’s Financial Standardization Plan Does Not Reduce Funding Barriers

By Sara Hsu
While the plan is useful in continuing to regulate China’s growing financial landscape, it does nothing to alter China’s trajectory of channeling funds to the state sector.
Afghanistan Under the Taliban: Tense Present, Bleak Future
February 15, 2022

Afghanistan Under the Taliban: Tense Present, Bleak Future

By Kathy Gannon
Six months after the Taliban returned to power, Afghans are safer, poorer, and less hopeful.

Japan’s Kirin to Finalize Withdrawal From Myanmar
February 15, 2022

Japan’s Kirin to Finalize Withdrawal From Myanmar

By Sebastian Strangio
After a year of failed negotiations with its military-linked joint venture partner, the Japanese beverage maker has become the latest foreign firm to exit the country.

Gojek and Foxconn Enter Indonesia’s Electric Vehicle Race
February 15, 2022

Gojek and Foxconn Enter Indonesia’s Electric Vehicle Race

By James Guild
In the race to become the region's EV powerhouse, Southeast Asian nations are seeking the involvement of state companies with a strong stake in fossil fuels.

The China Factor in Indonesia’s New Capital City Plan
February 11, 2022

The China Factor in Indonesia’s New Capital City Plan

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
China’s economic influence in Indonesia will translate into a prominent role in the development of the new capital.

Learning From South Korea’s Fight Against Inflation
February 11, 2022

Learning From South Korea’s Fight Against Inflation

By Yong Kwon
One lesson from South Korea’s battle against runaway inflation in the 1980s: The importance of public communication.
Philippines Fully Opens to Foreign Visitors After Nearly 2 Years
February 10, 2022

Philippines Fully Opens to Foreign Visitors After Nearly 2 Years

By Sebastian Strangio
The move, which follows a sudden easing of COVID-19 infections, will deliver a much-needed jolt to the nation's tourism industry.

Breaking the Internet: China-US Competition Over Technology Standards
February 09, 2022

Breaking the Internet: China-US Competition Over Technology Standards

By Joshua Park
High-tech middle powers like Japan and South Korea will be crucial to avoiding a “splinternet.”

Indonesian Capital Plan Throws China-Backed Rail Link Into Disarray
February 09, 2022

Indonesian Capital Plan Throws China-Backed Rail Link Into Disarray

By Sebastian Strangio
The Chinese-Indonesian consortium building the Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Rail line says that projected demand has fallen by nearly half.

Pulling the Plug in Myanmar
February 09, 2022

Pulling the Plug in Myanmar

By Sribala Subramanian
A coup and an energy transition break up two longstanding partnerships in the country’s oil and gas sector.
Japan’s Infrastructure Investment in Northeast India
February 08, 2022

Japan’s Infrastructure Investment in Northeast India

By Rupakjyoti Borah
Japan has invested around $2 billion in improving infrastructure in India's Northeast, which Tokyo sees as a crucial part of its own Free and Open Indo-Pacific Vision.

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