- Daily Brief
- March 23, 2019
India-Pakistan relations are in crisis again. How close to nuclear war will the rivals go?
The Philippines’ new president is leaning away from America and towards China – is he hedging or is this a marked strategic shift?
The increasing disparity between different economic sectors and the regions they call home is a major challenge for Beijing.
As PM Abe pushes for constitutional reforms to let Japan rearm, what are Tokyo’s true intentions?
Beijing’s risky lending practices and preference for Chinese companies endanger its banks.
A Trump foreign policy’s ability to fundamentally alter America’s trajectory is overestimated.
The recent revamp is designed to pursue reforms and accelerate economic development.
Strengthening trade links with China are reorienting the region away from Moscow
Might China have nuclear ambitions for the disputed waters?
Does China want more engagement with global institutions or to create a set of parallel ones?
Taiwan’s new president must strike a balance between Beijing and Taiwan’s pro-independence camp.
The construction of a naval facility in Djibouti has irked Western policy makers, should they worry?