Piracy has been eradicated in the Strait of Malacca whereas elsewhere in the world it rises. Regional cooperation, coordination and a Tsunami, account for this.…View More Piracy’s Decline in the Strait of Malacca
Inclusive innovation is more than innovation for the poor; it can be a blueprint for effective governance and a model for inclusive growth and sustainable…View More Inclusive Innovation: India’s New Growth Mindset
A report published by the Internal Review Panel concluded that ‘events in Sri Lanka mark a grave failure of the UN’, as the organization withdrew…View More United Nations ‘failure’ in Sri Lanka: Another Rwanda?
Just about a week after the re-election of Barack Obama, the eighteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) conducted a transition of…View More Challenges Confronting New Chinese Leadership
China has made no secret of its aspirations to rise above its current status in the international system. Over the past decade, China has begun…View More Closing the Gap: China’s New Stealth Fighter
The past few months have been rather troublesome for Japan. Its territorial standoffs with China and South Korea are at a stalemate and the updated…View More North Korean-Japanese Relations: Ties that Bind
Kashmir has been a source of tension between India and Pakistan since the 1947 partition, after Hindu Maharaja Hari Singh, ruler of the Muslim majority…View More Kashmir and the Indus Dilemma: A Rivalry over Water?
Domestically and internationally, politically and economically, India knows it is a sleeping giant. But as it begins to awaken, it must now learn to dream.…View More A Dream for India: How to Awaken the Sleeping Giant
With nearly 1 million Rohingya living in Burma without citizenship, they make up one of the largest groups of stateless people in Asia and their…View More The Plight of the Rohingya Minority in Burma
2012 has been a crucial year for presidential elections around the world, with over 25 presidential elections having already taken place and arguably the biggest…View More The Korean Presidential Elections: A Clash of Generations
2012 marked the important fifteenth anniversary of when Hong Kong’s sovereignty was transferred back to China after having been under British rule for the past…View More The “Coerced” Patriot
The Occupy Wall Street movement sounded the alarm for many around the world. The alarm rang about the failure of our current capitalist system to…View More The Singaporean Wealth Gap