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Written by Richard Lotspeich.
The behaviour of Great Powers often generates great interest. The reemergence of China onto the world stage, first as an economic powerhouse of international trade and now, under Xi Jinping, as a contender for geopolitical influence, is a prime example. 2,124 more words
Written by Gilbert Rozman.
Expect a banner year for Sino-Russian relations. Triangular logic dictates this, as the Sino-US relationship is headed for intensified tensions over trade and, probably, North Korea, while the Russo-US relationship is in peril over the aftereffects of Russian interference in the election that brought Donald Trump to power and the decision by Vladimir Putin to double-down on sabre-rattling. 844 more words
Jabin T. Jacob, PhD, Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies
What does the removal of term limits for the Xi Jinping presidency in China mean for the developing world and, in particular, for South Asia? 953 more words
By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
A cooperation agreement was signed in Mexico City on Thursday, Feb. 22, between the Economic Development and Culture Division of the City of Toronto and the Economic Development Secretariat of Mexico City. 184 more words
February 28, 2018
Malaysia-Singapore Ties– Good But New Challenges Ahead
by David Han, RSIS
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The governments under Lee and Najib have the same commitment to foreign policy based on pragmatism and international norms.