June and July in South Asia are the hottest months and it seems recent wave of heat in India-Pakistan relations got some contingent effect form this summer as the nascent peace between India and Pakistan appears to be hijacked once again by the hawks from the both sides.

Published in South Asia

Between 250.000 and 300.000 is estimated number of child soldiers in the past year based on United Nations (UN) report from June this year.

Published in Intelligence

Russia-Vietnam ties that seemed to be cooling after the end of the Cold War are warming up all over again. More than 20 years after Moscow abandoned its largest foreign base, Russian military aircraft are once again welcome visitors at Cam Ranh Bay.

Published in Russia

Current refugee-migrant flows (from Burma and Bangladesh toward Thailand and Malaysia and across the Mediterranean from Africa and the Middle East toward Europe) have highlighted the need to attack the root causes of such migration and refugee flows.

Published in International Law

So many headlines and analysis and reports about India lately.

Published in South Asia

The speed and determination with which South Korea rose from war-torn poverty to innovative leadership amazed the world. Sungchul Chung examines the lessons to be learned by others seeking to emulate its success.

Published in East Asia

The economy

Economists generally agree that the cumulative economies of China and India will be larger than that of the G7 by 2030. At present, China’s GCP stands at $9.2 trillion, or nearly 5 times that India.

Published in East Asia

A third of the new class of Young Global Leaders, under 40, who are shaping the future of industry and society come from Asia and about half come from emerging economies.

Published in New Social Compact
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