Richard McGregor, senior fellow for East Asia at the Lowy Institute explored the complex and fractious relationship between the US and China and its influence on… Read More
Two decades of economic growth benefited only the richest 20%. How severe is inequality in Indonesia?
A World Bank report in 2015 rang alarm bells for Southeast Asia’s largest economy. Despite Indonesia managing to more than halve its poverty rate since 1999, inequality… Read More
India has recently been called out for being the weakest link in the revitalised Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, a framework for cooperation involving three other… Read More
The July workshop looked at how political ideas translate into legal, social management and security system policy and reform in the Xi Jinping era. Participants… Read More
A large and escalating body of theoretical and empirical literature concludes that finance matters for economic growth and poverty reduction. When operating effectively, finance works… Read More