Economy

Giving a Boost to Healthy Economic Competition Between India’s States

Indian PM Narendra Modi, after taking over in 2014, has repeatedly underscored the need not just for ‘cooperative federalism’ but also ‘competitive federalism’ –...

Resources Nationalism Meets Green Trade: The Role of Palm Oil Plantation for Indonesia’s Green Growth

Green or sustainable trade is the only possible way to make a clear progress in the climate agenda.  Indonesia, as the world’s center of...

Reliable Investment Key to EU-Kazakh Mineral Cooperation

In early April, the EU launched a new initiative, the Minerals Security Partnership Forum, intended to serve as a platform for cooperation between suppliers and consumers...

The Troubled World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ Report is Even More Dubious in the African Context

The World Bank’s annual Doing Business report became an influential global tool for assessing countries’ business environments. Ever since it was launched in 2002,...

How Borders Will Behave in the Post-Pandemic World?

During the heydays of globalization, the prospects for economic growth and political accommodation were bright enough to vouch for the possibility that borders will...

China Should Beware of Systematic “Weakening” in Its Private Economy

Since China's reform and opening-up which took place over 40 years ago, its private economy has grown from scratch and has gradually become an...

Can the Broken Informal Sector of India Be Ever Fixed?

Throughout the world, COVID-19 has emerged as more than a health problem. It has also created devastating social, economic and other crises that are...

RCEP Trade Agreement: Where We Are Now and What Is India Seeking?

RCEP – Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – is a free trade agreement in the Indo-Pacific Region between Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN)...

What’s Next for Cambodia After the Dual Impact by COVID-19 and EBA Withdrawal?

Back in April, Cambodia could reasonably claim COVID-19 success as no new cases were confirmed for more than a month. The country's last COVID-19...

The Impact of Covid-19 on Punjab’s Economy

The lack of vision of Punjab policymakers, & New Delhi’s tendency to view the state from the lens of security has resulted in serious socioeconomic problems.

Will New Coronavirus Cases Derail Vietnam’s Economy?

Vietnam has reported a dozen new cases after reporting no community transmission for more than 100 days and these new cases were mainly from...

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The Maneuvers of the Far-Right Are a Great Threat to France’s Diversity and Inclusion

The first week of July saw French politics take...

Giving a Boost to Healthy Economic Competition Between India’s States

Indian PM Narendra Modi, after taking over in 2014,...

Will China Crowd Russia out of Eurasia?

Bogged down in Ukraine, Russia struggles to preserve its...

Who Gains Most from Bangladesh PM’s Trip to India?

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina recently concluded a two-day...

Bridging the Divide: The EU’s Global Gateway Amidst Southeast Asian Skepticism

On May 2024, ASEAN and the European Union launched...