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Asia Pacific Security

Mr. Duterte’s Asia

Rodrigo Duterte, the Filipino firebrand president who has been known for his trademark public insults, has surprisingly announced an end to the US-Filipino military alliance.

Asia Pacific Politics

Will Obama’s “Pivot to Asia” end with his presidency?

Obama’s pivot should have represented a shift in US foreign policy. The end of his presidency puts the future of the pivot into question.

Asia Pacific Politics

South China Sea claims will be elephant in the room at the G20 summit

When the meeting of the G20 is convened on September 4th in Hangzhou, its Chinese hosts hope to keep the conversation focused on the global economy.

Asia Pacific Security

Should investors fear China’s anti-American protests?

Following The Hague’s ruling on the South China Sea, Chinese netizens have called for protests and boycotts against American companies. How concerned should investors be about anti-American sentiment among Chinese consumers?

International Politics The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

EU deals with banks. Hague rules on South China Sea. French Socialists in limbo. BoE taks Brexit policy. China releases GDP figures.

Asia Pacific Politics

China-U.S. dialogue falls short on substance

In the midst of Asia-Pacific tensions, the recent China-U.S. summit failed to move beyond the rhetoric that has historically gridlocked relations.

Economics International

The economic implications of US-China tensions

U.S.-China strategic considerations are gradually overshadowing the economic relationship, which could potentially lead to mutually-assured destruction.

Asia Pacific Security

The U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: An Interview with Professor Wu Xinbo

In the context of the recent U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, GRI sat down with Professor Wu Xinbo, a renowned expert on U.S.-China relations.

Asia Pacific Security

Ambiguity plagues the Shangri-La Dialogue

The South China Sea was prominent at the just-concluded U.S.-China dialogue. Ambiguity from both sides, however, will prolong tensions further.

International Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

U.S. economic data shows signs of improvement. Brazil GDP figures shed light on economy. OECD releases global economic report. Foreign ministers talk Israel-Palestine. Shangri-La Dialogue likely to discuss South China Sea dispute.