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Asia Pacific Politics

Security or progress? The Australian experiment

China’s growing influence has given rise to a dilemma for its partners, between preserving national security and maintaining access to China’s economic and technological progress. The long-term consequences of how Australia resolves this dilemma may provide insights for the rest of the world.

Risk Pulse South and Central Asia

India’s concerns over the strengthened China-Maldives relations

The Republic of Maldives is an important member of the SAARC and offers key strategic value to its allies, especially India. This article examines how a souring in relations between Malé and New Delhi, along with an unprecedented Chinese presence in the archipelago, raises geopolitical risks for India.

Economics North America

Looking ahead on the soaring U.S. defense industry

The U.S. defense industry is performing notably well in 2016, exceeding both the historical trend of the past five years and already upbeat forecasts.

Debate Corner North America Technology and infrastructure

Who should win in iPhone case, Apple or the US Government?

GRI Debate: Who is right, Apple or the US Government? The case of whether the US government should be able to compel Apple to unlock the San Bernardino terrorist attack