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How restrictive are ASEAN’s Rules of Origin? (Aug 1)
Authors: Olivier Cadot, University of Lausanne and Lili Yan Ing, ERIA Asia accounts for more than 50 per cent of the world’s automobile production, 62 per cent of liquid display screen, 86 per cent of smart phones and 100 per cent of digital cameras. Much of this production is based on production networks: that is, […]


2015 is the year of Chinese cyber power (Jul 31)
Author: Greg Austin, EastWest Institute In February 2014 Chinese President Xi Jingping declared his intent to do everything necessary for China to become a cyber power. Since then Xi and his government have been hyperactive on all relevant fronts: political, legal, economic, organisational and diplomatic. The Chinese leadership’s attention became even more focused on cyber […]


Bougainville looks towards the referendum at 2015 election (Jul 31)
Authors: Kerryn Baker and Thiago Cintra Oppermann, ANU Bougainville went to the polls in May 2015 for the third Autonomous Bougainville Government election since the Bougainville Peace Agreement was signed in 2001. The election was a significant political milestone for the region, marking the beginning of a five-year window in which a referendum on independence […]


Why fears over the Australia–China FTA are overblown (Jul 30)
Author: James Laurenceson, ACRI After 10 years of negotiations and the official signing in June 2015, the Australia–China free trade agreement (FTA) still isn’t a done deal. A coalition of Australian trade unions is seeking to ‘stop the China FTA’ at the final hurdle, a vote in federal parliament. The union’s main claim is that […]


China and the United States: A Conversation with David M. Lampton (Jul 30)
David M. Lampton is Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, where he also heads SAIS China, the school's overall presence in the PRC. He joined The Asia Foundation's Board of Trustees in 2006, and became Chairman of the Board in 2014.


Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations: Why They Matter, How Aid Can Help (Jul 30)
By Patrick Barron and Sasiwan ChingchitWhere governments do not function well, growth and sustainable development are rare, and destructive, violent conflicts are more likely. Working in such fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCASs) – common across Asia and the Pacific – requires development agencies, including ADB, to do business differently.


China ramps up charges against Zhou (Mar 20)
China's Supreme People's Court has accused former security czar Zhou Yongkang of involvement in unofficial political activities with jailed former Chongqing party boss Bo Xilai, in an apparent reference to unconfirmed rumors that they tried to stage a coup in March 2012. (Mar 20, '15)


'100 dead' in Myanmar fighting (Mar 20)
Intense fighting between Myanmar government troops and rebel forces in the northern Shan State region of Kokang in recent days has left more than 100 people dead, the majority of them on the government side, according to local sources. (Mar 20, '15)


Tunisian president vows no mercy (Mar 20)
Shortly after attackers killed at least 19 people, including 17 foreign tourists, in an attack on a museum in Tunisia's capital, newly elected President Beji Caid Essebsi told the nation that the country was "in a war with terrorism" and that those responsible for the attack would be "fought without mercy". (Mar 19, '15)


SPENGLER Israel's 'referendum' on 'two-state solution' (Mar 20)
Why did so many Israeli voters switch their allegiance to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just before this week's election? The answer is simple and obvious: most of those small-party voters oppose a Palestinian state, and a day before the election Netanyahu ruled out a Palestinian state on his watch. (Mar 19, '15)


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