Nov 18, 2020
Deep K Datta Ray
RSIS
The fundamental premise in electoral politics and inter-state relations is moving toward Trump’s more unorthodox model: breaking norms in a bid to build a dedicated support base. His antics have magnified the implications of the post-globalisation era.
Nov 18, 2020
Erin Watson-Lynn
Lowy
Since the global financial crisis, the mandate of the G20 has broadened, and its civic engagement ballooned. The G20’s expanded mandate, including into women’s empowerment, puts its relevance and its values under a microscope.
Nov 17, 2020
Luca Barana, Daniele Fattibene, and Bernardo Venturi
IAI
The current global governance system lacks legitimacy, popular accountability, and effectiveness, and struggles to deliver solutions to key global challenges. This calls for reforms of multilateral institutions.
Nov 10, 2020
Harsh V. Pant
ORF
This argues that a Biden presidency will work well for India and charts out a strategic response to the challenges posed by the United States on the trade and economic front.
Nov 03, 2020
Palesa Shipalana and Alexander O’Riordan
SAIIA
This examines how damaging the effects of COVID-19 have been to global equity and debt markets, especially in developing markets with riskier assets.
Nov 02, 2020
K.V. Kesavan
ORF
Like Shinzo Abe, Japanese Prime Minister Suga believes that the concept of Free and Open Indo-Pacific will foster peace, transparency, and inclusiveness in the region by recognizing certain pre-requisite norms.
Oct 28, 2020
Hervé Lemahieu
Lowy
Canberra should facilitate and deepen cross-regional linkages between Southeast Asia and the Pacific. This will help to diversify the international relations of Pacific island nations and minimize the risk that they become overly dependent on China.
Oct 21, 2020
Michal Hatuel-Radoshitzky
INSS
This explores the principal issues that arose in the discussions and events that marked the seventy-fifth anniversary of the UN, and examines what Israel can learn from them to improve its standing in the organization.
Oct 17, 2020
Patrick Schröder and Tahseen Jafry
Chatham House
The COP26 climate summit is an opportunity for the UN and world governments to embrace climate justice and show solidarity to tackle both the climate crisis and the inequalities exposed by the pandemic.
Oct 15, 2020
Federica Dall'Arche
IAI
A continuing gender disparity among experts and practitioners in the non-proliferation and disarmament field is problematic, especially considering that the inclusion of women has positive effects on the outcome of negotiations.