Selected Articles: Asia-Pacific Report

President Xi JinpingChina’s President Xi in the Middle East: From U.S. Regime Change to Chinese Economic Development?

By Dr. Dan Steinbock, February 03 2016

President Xi Jinping’s three-nation tour in the Middle East heralds a shift from US regime change to Chinese economic development.

steelworkers-chinaChina Announcing 400,000 Steelworker Job Cuts

By Samuel Davidson, February 03 2016

An estimated 400,000 steelworkers in China will lose their jobs, in line with plans to slash crude steel production capacity by between 100 million and 150 million tons.

laosLaos: The New Cold War Battleground You Don’t Know About

By Tony Cartalucci, February 01 2016

The “New Cold War” could be a potential description for the unfolding geopolitical lay of the planet as Russia reemerges as a world power, and China rises as a new one in the face of a prevailing Wall Street-Washington-London international order.

MalaysiaUS-China Geopolitical Standoff: Malaysia’s Strategic Role

By Saif Wahidov, January 31 2016

In late April 2014, U.S. President Obama embarked on a four-nation trip to Asia namely Japan, South-Korea, Philippines and Malaysia. Malaysia was the only country on Obama’s itinerary that was not a treaty ally of the United States.

us-vs-chinaWhy Western Pundits Want China to Fail

By Jeremy Garlick, January 28 2016

Since the start of 2016, there has been a proliferation of downbeat prognoses about the dire state of China’s economy in the Western media. Respected organs such as The Economist and The Wall Street Journal have opined that it is a question not of if but when China’s economy will suffer a sharp downturn.

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