- Daily Brief
- September 29, 2022
China and Russia champion ‘cyber sovereignty’ but the idea may collapse under its economic weight.
The Trump administration’s pursuit of narrow US interests in South Asia could backfired badly.
Invoking the contentious security pact could create more problems than it solves.
Beijing’s blue water naval ambitions are taking hold in the Indian Ocean region.
Armed conflict is unlikely but New Delhi and Beijing won’t reach an accord anytime soon.
The new leaders in the White House and the Blue House must learn to set aside their differences.
Canberra will face criticism of its own human rights record as it seeks a seat on the UNHCR.
China’s cooperation with ASEAN for a code of conduct is a stalling tactic—and it’s working.
The muted Russia-China rivalry has extended to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
The ongoing siege in the Philippines highlights the region’s deeper counterterrorism problems.
Japan’s Prime Minister has a long way to go to recover his political position.
PM’s Modi’s heavily championed goods and services tax will be implemented from July 1.