ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • Jakarta poll stirs fires of racism

    THE  Jakarta election is a precursor to how race and religion may play a role in Indonesia's upcoming 2019 Presidential election . . . THE defeat of Basuki Tjajaja Purnama (Ahok) as Governor of Jakarta could have wider implications for Indonesia - beyond the politics of the capital itself. Victory went to former Education Minister, Anies Baswedan, and his running mate, businessman Sandiaga Uno, on...

ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

Category: Content
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  • China’s ‘war’ on pollution is real

    CHINA has made a clear commitment to green energy as it declares war on pollution. It is now the main driver of growth in the global market for green bonds . . .  CHINA HAS a track record of making rapid change. Within a decade or two, the world’s most populous country has become its biggest market for passenger cars, its biggest e-commerce market, its biggest exporter -- and its biggest source of...

ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

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Generated 3 months ago

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  • Why Trump will commit to Asia first . . .

    DONALD TRUMP is listening – and providing assurances. There are issues of more immediate economic and political relevance to the U.S. in Asia today than there are in Europe, and a Tokyo-Washington axis beckons, with China as an interested party . . . NO-ONE SHOULD underestimate the significance of Donald Trump’s phone call to China’s leader, Xi Jinping, just hours before he wined and dined Japane...

ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

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Generated 3 months ago

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  • CITIES OF FEAR

    A NEW phenomenon is sweeping Asia as new leaders emerge, and the accepted norms of political mores are swept aside . . . FOR SO LONG lauded as a region of economic Dragons, Asia sadly has become a clustering of Cities of Fear. The challenge for business is how to separate this fear — and the reasons for it — from the realities of market demand and opportunity. That is not an easy ask. In cities th...

  • WHEN THE YANKEES GO MARCHING HOME . . .

    A NEW world order is emerging, and, as reality dawns, the challenges of disruptive technology may pale in comparison . . . PICTURE a world which no longer has the security of the United States as a global policeman. It is a world with three super powers — Russia in Europe; Iranians and Sunni Muslims in the Middle East; and China in Asia. How do these super powers behave, treat or influence lesser...

  • Where' s the exit for Pyongyang?

    EVEN China has become an ‘enemy state’ in the shrill rhetoric being spouted by a belligerent North Korea. But is it a symptom of fear felt by the young leadership as China, and to a lesser extent, Russia, join in world isolation of the Hermit Kingdom . . . SEOUL — Although the Korean peninsula has entered the cool temperate season of fall, relations between the two Koreas have either entered the ...

ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

Category: Content
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Generated 8 months ago

ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL

Category: Content
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Generated 9 months ago

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