- Daily News
- April 21, 2018
Australia and Timor-Leste’s agreement marking their maritime border may signal an uptick in relations.
The president has commenced his second term with the former anticorruption tsar as his deputy.
Schisms within the PIF are inhibiting coordinated responses to Pacific issues.
As President Moon looks forward to engage with the North, his greatest achievement may be behind him.
Singapore will struggle to reconcile the competing interests of other ASEAN members and China.
Beijing could use civilian control techniques in the west as a template for its policies in the east.
Despite confessing its offensive capabilities, Australia’s cyber strategy may struggle to win favour.
Expect tension and conflict to increase within and between many Asian nations in 2018.
Asia’s middle powers are fighting a dogged defence of US trade values while Washington vacillates.
A focus on short-term gains may lead to blowback for Beijing and Russia’s state-owned oil company.
Each setback to peace in the southern Philippines has encouraged more radical insurgents.
President Moon is determined to take back control of South Korea’s operational command from the US.