Carnegie’s Chung Min Lee will be joined by Lee Jeung-un, Hana Anderson, Jacob Feldgoise, and Juhern Kim to discuss their new compendium, How South Korea Is Honing a Competitive Edge.
India’s rising population and rapid urbanization mean that the country needs to drastically improve its infrastructure to address woeful inadequacies in telecommunications, transport, and energy.
In her first visit to Washington, D.C. as foreign minister, Penny Wong will give a major foreign policy speech on Canberra’s priorities and policies as well as addressing Australia’s role in the world.
South Korea must capitalize on its opportunity to propel its competitiveness in Asia and across the world.
But President Joko Widodo’s plans to seek international support for his domestic development agenda could be frustrated by growing political tensions at home and abroad.
South-east Asia is the diplomatic and business friend that everyone needs. This is not just to diversify supply chains, but also to seek out growth opportunities as hurdles that range from tariffs to investment curbs affect business between the US and China. Investors should take note and follow suit.
Turkey has few explicitly pro-China voices. In response, the Chinese regime has opted for soft power strategies that leverage Turkish political players and seek a synergy with local media actors.
One day after the U.S. midterm elections, Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion with American, Chinese, and Singaporean experts on the U.S.-China relationship.
Former minister Karen Makishima will discuss how Japan’s Digital Agency is spearheading the country’s digital transformation and what challenges might lie ahead.
The key to reviving China’s growth prospects lies in addressing the paradox that China is still a highly distorted economy, yet it still has substantial growth potential. Future growth cannot come from traditional drivers such as exports or property development.