Tag: Asia Studies Centre

What China could expect from a global Britain

AUKMIN 2018: The Future of Global Britain?

South Korea is still being super nice to Kim — and it could undermine US pressure


What Kim Jong-un Really Wants Hasn’t Changed

America Needs a Clear Strategy to Counter China’s Expansion in the South China Sea

FIFTY foreign takeovers to be blocked a year: Ministers set to ramp up their control over ownership of UK firms

Our companies have been wide open to foreign espionage for too long – now that is changing


White Paper will be a tool in the armoury against powers looking to buy or steal UK’s sensitive technology

Kim’s demand for a peace deal before denuclearisation shows how much Trump got played

Nuclear Nuances: How to Negotiate with North Korea

Explaining the Japan–Australia security relationship: it’s complicated …

Experts urge Britain to find sweet spot of convergence with India battling cross-border terrorism

India and North Korea: A Strategic Friendship?

Lessons from the America-Japan Trade War of the 1980s

Japan–Australia security cooperation in the bilateral and multilateral contexts

Kim and Moon’s meeting was ‘historic’ – but what will its ramifications be? An expert explains

The Riddle of North Korea’s Diplomacy

The New Great Game in the Indo-Pacific

Can Donald Trump do a deal with Kim Jong-un without selling out a key regional ally?

Dr John Hemmings speaks to BBC World about the Abe-Trump Summit and North Korea

Against all odds, is Trump about to solve the North Korea nuclear crisis?

The myth of Chinese containment

There is a slim but real chance of peace in Korea – as long as the US doesn’t concede too much

Japan is back on the world stage

China is tightening its high-tech tyranny. Theresa May should not be rushing to please it

Britain can be a power in Asia


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