Category Archives: Analysis

EU–China relations in the Trump era

22 July 2017 Author: Silvia Menegazzi, LUISS Guido Carli University In a period in which multilateralism seems under threat, EU–China relations have never appeared as highly strategic as they are today. To some extent, the EU–China partnership might have the … Continue reading

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The China factor in global governance

17 July 2017 Author: Katherine Morton, University of Sheffield The transition towards a more pluralistic form of global governance that is inclusive of emerging powers remains fraught with tensions. Whether the existing global framework of rules and institutions can adapt … Continue reading

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The start of the end of ultra-easy monetary policy | BlackRock Blog

Central banks are increasingly moving away from super accommodative monetary policy, and Richard explains what this means for investors. Central banks increasingly are moving away from excessively easy monetary policy. Yields paused after recent gains last week, partly on soft inflation … Continue reading

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Strategic diplomacy in Asia

Evelyn Goh and Jochen Prantl Why strategic diplomacy matters Amitav Acharya Coping with the changing world order Kishore Mahbubani ASEAN at 50 … and more ASIAN REVIEW — James Curran: The choice between sentiment and reality Aileen S P Baviera: … Continue reading

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Indian economic diplomacy in the Belt and Road era | East Asia Forum

5 July 2017 Author: Suman Bery, New Delhi In May 2017, India curtly and publicly declined to attend Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Forum(BRF) in Beijing. India’s snub was both uncharacteristic and controversial, although not unexpected. On 13 May 2017, a … Continue reading

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EU–China relations in the Trump era | East Asia Forum

22 July 2017 Author: Silvia Menegazzi, LUISS Guido Carli University In a period in which multilateralism seems under threat, EU–China relations have never appeared as highly strategic as they are today. To some extent, the EU–China partnership might have the … Continue reading

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What happens in China, doesn’t stay in China | East Asia Forum

29 July 2014 Author: Yizhe Daniel Xie, Waseda University The experience that Chinese leaders gain in domestic politics has a big impact on how they view and handle international issues. Many China watchers and political analysts often overlook these domestic … Continue reading

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