The world’s three largest economies – the US, China and Japan – are actively manoeuvring for economic and geopolitical influence through infrastructure funding
The global market is growing exponentially, increasing six-fold since 2013 and doubling since 2015. Much of that growth is being driven by China.
Industrial-scale illegal fishing continues to plague the sector, taking livelihoods away from many lower income coastal communities
Since the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949, the US – China relationship has been characterized by substantial areas of conflict, confrontation, and strategic...
The economic bloc of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is often cited as an economic success story
The narrative of regional cooperation and cross-border connectivity needs to be stressed, and the economic opportunities should be clear and fair for all involved.
ASEAN is a microcosm of the world today – highly developed nations, middle income countries and those just emerging
But the disappearance of the Iron Curtain also meant that Europe struggled to differentiate itself from the lands to the east