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Global Power Dynamics and the Third World

In a set of latest findings, TIME says that China will take over the USA as the world’s largest economy in 2019. Evidence to support this  prediction can be seen all over the world if you look closely – Chinese Internet giant Alibaba claimed the distinction of having to its name the… 974 more words

Asian Century

Bamboo-zled by Asian Business?

6 October 2014

Understanding the differences in communication focus is a critical signposting tool for travelling with the road map that the Australian Government has chartered for success in the ‘Asian Century’. 266 more words

Asian Games 2014 Analysis: When Will Asia Catch Up With Europe?

Following the dictum of Swedish authors Jonas Ridderstråle and Kjell A. Nordström – that we watch television to figure ourselves out – our Creative Director & CSO recently found himself on a front room floor next to a vintage Toshiba set approaching midnight. 282 more words

News

Can we fix SAARC?

This post was originally published on June 08, 2014.

May was an eventful month for India. The worlds largest democracy said hello to a new Prime Minister and the Gandhi family took a major hit in years, Arvind Kejriwal was arrested and the Aam Aadmi Party (of which TIME once featured an article in which it was identified as India’s next big political revolution) is now falling apart. 512 more words

Sri Lanka

Will debt be China's undoing?

This post was originally published on April 24, 2014.

Xi Jinping sits in Beijing, laying out the foundations and eyeing the opportunities to surpass USA’s GDP by 2025. 392 more words

World Affairs

What if the Silicon Valley of food manufacturing was in Australia?

The recipe for sustainable growth?

Talent, Opportunity and Innovation.

When the three line up, something special happens. Unfortunately, they are all in short supply in Australia at the moment, hence building the conditions for them to collide and create new possibilities is essential to underpin healthy growth prospects. 199 more words

Other

Scientific ties that bind?

By Eugene Sebastian

Governments in Asia are spending big on science, technology and innovation to drive their economies. These governments also recognise that investing in system reforms alone is not enough. 825 more words

Economies