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Asia’s Economic Choices in the New Global Order

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18 May Asia’s Economic Choices in the New Global Order

Many are now uncertain about the future of Asia’s regional order. There are questions about how US-Asia relations will fare under the Trump administration, especially with China expanding its regional influence. In partnership with NHK World, the Singapore Institute of International Affairs is pleased to...

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25 Apr 25 Years of ASEAN-India Relations: What’s Next?

2017 marks the 25th anniversary of dialogue relations between ASEAN and India. Trade and investment flows between India and ASEAN member states have rapidly increased in the past few years, but both sides feel that there is room for growth. India is one of the parties...

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14 Apr For better or worse, America still calls the shots

by Simon Tay Some had expected a confrontation over trade and other issues when US President Donald Trump hosted President Xi Jinping in Florida late last week. But there were no missed handshakes to upset protocol – as there had been when Trump met German Chancellor...

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13 Apr SDSWR2017: Media Coverage

The Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) held our 4th Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources on 6 April 2017 at the St. Regis Singapore, on the theme of “Inclusive Collaboration: Working Together for Sustainable Value Chains”. We shared some of the media coverage last...

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06 Apr 4th Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources

The resource sector in ASEAN – the source of many raw materials for global supply chains – faces rising pressure to balance environmental and social concerns alongside economic needs. Governments are stepping up law enforcement to combat long-standing problems such as slash-and-burn practices. Various large...

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