COLIN MACKERRAS | The dragon year began on 10 February. The… Read More
Region | China and Northeast Asia
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View our expert commentary and informed analysis on the latest developments in Northeast Asia, including China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, North Korea, Mongolia and Hong Kong.
CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG | Griffith Asia Institute and Green Finance and Development Center joint report | 40-MINUTE READ | Key findings… Read More
Regional Outlook | Household consumption, domestic demand, and challenges to China’s grand economic rebalancing
HUI FENG AND CHENG TANG | 30-MINUTE READ | Download PDF Introduction In recent years, China has emphasised the… Read More
JING ZHANG AND CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG | Griffith Asia Institute Policy Brief | 20-MINUTE READ | Download PDF Contents… Read More
CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG AND MATHIAS LUND LARSON | The concept of green finance stands as a beacon for steering businesses towards sustainable… Read More
Regional Outlook | Ten years of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Evolution and the road ahead
CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG | Griffith Asia Institute and Green Finance and Development Center Joint Working Paper | 20-MINUTE READ | Download… Read More
ALICE NASON | Griffith Asia Institute Policy Brief | 30-MINUTE READ Executive summary Download PDF The intensification of climate change will… Read More
PETER LAYTON | With digital technology omnipresent, future major wars will most likely pivot around duelling battle networks. These complicated systems represent unique target sets best attacked through using system of system thinking and emerging ideas of cognitive warfare. Particularly given China’s “systems confrontation” focus, attacking battle networks is an idea that can’t be neglected. Time to think deeply about it. Read More
MATTHEW SUSSEX | For Russian President Vladimir Putin, the mistaken belief that he could conquer much of Ukraine in a few days highlighted the depth of his hubris. Since then, his decision to continue the onslaught has revealed the ongoing practical costs to the Russian military. Now, Moscow’s attempt to meet those costs is also showing how the world is beginning to split along broad, albeit fuzzy, lines of competition that could resonate beyond the Ukraine war. Read More
IAN KEMISH AM | Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock’s address to the Lowy Institute this week highlighted the significant changes in German foreign and security… Read More