Globalization: Custom-Made in China

By controlling the pace and scope of reforms, China succeeded in minimizing negative impact of opening the country
Fan Gang
October 15, 2004

The Price of Free Trade - Part II

The end of textile export quotas cushion may confront Cambodia with the hard realities of the global marketplace
Tom Fawthrop
October 1, 2004

Koizumi's Change-Up

The West should not dismiss Japanese reform, as recent cabinet reshuffle is indicative of a larger trend
William Antholis
October 8, 2004

"Copywood" No Longer

The South Korean film industry shows it can hold its own by combining local themes with Hollywood style
Christina Klein
October 11, 2004

The Great Reverse - Part I

After two centuries of Western domination, China and India are poised to claim their places
Clyde Prestowitz
September 2, 2004

The Great Reverse – Part II

Both Southeast Asia and the US have to adjust to China's rising star
Marvin Ott
September 6, 2004

Mourn the Death of the Great Barrier Reef

More than 90 percent of the world’s largest coral reef system has been subjected to bleaching
Irene Banos Ruiz
May 3, 2016

China's Steel Industry Is Dominating the Global Market

More than two thirds of the world's steel is manufactured in Asia
Peter Pham
May 2, 2016

South China Sea: The Fight China Will Take to the Brink of War

The US, Australia and others urge negotiations and peaceful settlement
Peter Hartcher
April 28, 2016

The Need to Face Facts in Asia

The US and its allies may have to prepare for a new order for Asia
Hugh White
April 22, 2016

A Tale of Two Countries

China is highly strategic in industrializing by acquiring foreign firms
Nayan Chanda
April 19, 2016