Andrew Small, Transatlantic Fellow from the German Marshall Fund of the United States, talks about the ramifications of Sino-Pakistani ties for the West, India,…
Prime Minister Abe’s image, whether deserved or not, is a problem to him, and to Japan
The real debate of the Chinese economy is between those who support selective market reforms and those who argue against any change
Abe's victory in Japan's snap elections gives him the chance to keep the promises that he failed to keep in his previous term
Modi and Putin publicly reaffirmed the longstanding bond between India and Russia yesterday, even as the West continues to seek to isolate Russia
The case of Ilham Tohti shows how EU’s lack of unity on human rights policy allows Beijing to get its way
Is China taking action in global crises merely for its own national interest, or is it also concerned with the global common good?
Before withdrawing alongside the US by the end of 2016, Europeans should explore whether and how far China's recent involvement in Afghanistan can complement European efforts.
As NATO troops draw down from the region, how should the West engage Pakistan?
An open letter urging the EU 3+3 countries and Iran to reach a final nuclear deal by 24 November