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Economics, Politics and Public Policy in East Asia and the Pacific
Economics, Politics and Public Policy in East Asia and the Pacific

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Singapore's lack of an Arctic policy may seem puzzling at first glance, but such concerns are at odds with Singapore's valuable role in the region, writes @hemanadarajah.
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Despite the Trump administration's tough rhetoric on China's militarisation of the South China Sea, it seems to lack any cohesive plan to deal with the issue — and Beijing knows it, writes @lindseywford.
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The Moritomo Gakuen scandal exposed Japan's chronic problems with information management and disclosure, but efforts to improve transparency should not jeopardise Japan's intelligence security. #fromthearchives #Japan #MoritomoGakuen #security
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New Delhi’s responses to the recent events in the South China Sea are constrained by its fundamental strategic and economic interests. #fromthearchives #India #SouthChinaSea #China
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With the absence of the main opposition party, it is a foregone conclusion that the Cambodian People’s Party will win a landslide victory. What will they do after? #Cambodia #CambodianPeoplesParty #elections
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Uzbekistan is taking the lead on regional cooperation in Central Asia, and it is the political elites who are most likely to reap the benefits. #fromthearchives #CentralAsia #Uzbekistan #politics
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Abe’s recent meeting with Trump did very little to divert the Japanese attention away from domestic scandals, writes @tsuneoakaha. #fromthearchives #Japan #Abe #Trump
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It's getting harder and harder for Japan to trust that the United States will look after its interests on the Korean Peninsula. #Japan #KoreanPeninsula #NorthKorea
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Reading Indonesia’s latest regulation on foreign worker language requirements as a novel and disruptive development is unnecessarily alarmist, writes Tommy Koh. #Indonesia #labour #politics
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Domestic and international political considerations are pushing Japan and China back into each other's arms. #Japan #China #diplomacy
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