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David Mahon says the tightropes that New Zealand prime ministers have walked between the West and China in the past were wider and lower to the ground than the thin, highwires they now traverse - and will traverse in the future
25th Jun 22, 10:00am
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David Mahon says the tightropes that New Zealand prime ministers have walked between the West and China in the past were wider and lower to the ground than the thin, highwires they now traverse - and will traverse in the future
With beef prices and inflation at an all-time high in many markets around the world, Rabobank says now is not an easy time for the global beef sector to translate sustainability and emissions commitments into action
10th Jun 22, 12:37pm
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With beef prices and inflation at an all-time high in many markets around the world, Rabobank says now is not an easy time for the global beef sector to translate sustainability and emissions commitments into action
Economic & political volatility is rising as a new global regime emerges. Firms & governments need to position for sustained turbulence
5th Jun 22, 1:21pm
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Economic & political volatility is rising as a new global regime emerges. Firms & governments need to position for sustained turbulence
The economic and political aftershocks from Russia’s invasion continued this week, from Europe to Asia. Deep structural change is underway
15th May 22, 6:00am
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The economic and political aftershocks from Russia’s invasion continued this week, from Europe to Asia. Deep structural change is underway
Technology leadership is not enough to control the commanding heights of the global economy; physical flows (energy, commodities, goods) are also central
24th Apr 22, 8:30am
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Technology leadership is not enough to control the commanding heights of the global economy; physical flows (energy, commodities, goods) are also central
Yao Yang views the conflict in Ukraine as a potential turning point for the bilateral US-Chinese relationship, at least in the economic arena
10th Apr 22, 7:11pm
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Yao Yang views the conflict in Ukraine as a potential turning point for the bilateral US-Chinese relationship, at least in the economic arena
The sanctions imposed on Russia, and stakeholder pressure on firms, suggest that values will increasingly shape global economic relations
10th Apr 22, 9:25am
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The sanctions imposed on Russia, and stakeholder pressure on firms, suggest that values will increasingly shape global economic relations
Countries are being forced to make hard choices as the global system fragments, observes David Skilling. Small states are at the sharp end of this
3rd Apr 22, 7:00am
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Countries are being forced to make hard choices as the global system fragments, observes David Skilling. Small states are at the sharp end of this
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has implications for China’s relationship with the global economy, with likely disruptive economic consequences
27th Mar 22, 6:00am
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Russia's invasion of Ukraine has implications for China’s relationship with the global economy, with likely disruptive economic consequences
'It is not easy to take out insurance when the house is already on fire.' As Finland and Sweden worry, waiting too long to cement security relationships when great powers fight can leave you vulnerable to being picked off
23rd Mar 22, 2:16pm
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'It is not easy to take out insurance when the house is already on fire.' As Finland and Sweden worry, waiting too long to cement security relationships when great powers fight can leave you vulnerable to being picked off
Stephen Roach et al. call on China's leaders to leverage their partnership with Russia to stand up for peace in Ukraine
20th Mar 22, 9:23am
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Stephen Roach et al. call on China's leaders to leverage their partnership with Russia to stand up for peace in Ukraine
Dani Rodik suggests how to create a new global order that avoids the pitfalls of zero-sum great-power competition
13th Mar 22, 8:00am
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Dani Rodik suggests how to create a new global order that avoids the pitfalls of zero-sum great-power competition
Stephen Roach proposes three ways Chinese policymakers can take the lead in restoring peace and stability
12th Mar 22, 4:16pm
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Stephen Roach proposes three ways Chinese policymakers can take the lead in restoring peace and stability
Stephen Roach thinks China's President Xi Jinping will need to revisit the cooperation agreement he forged with Vladimir Putin
8th Mar 22, 2:21pm
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Stephen Roach thinks China's President Xi Jinping will need to revisit the cooperation agreement he forged with Vladimir Putin
Stephen Roach worries that the US is not prepared for President Xi Jinping's new marriage of convenience with Russia
12th Feb 22, 9:29am
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Stephen Roach worries that the US is not prepared for President Xi Jinping's new marriage of convenience with Russia
Thitinan Pongsudhirak explains why the Southeast Asian region will once again be a major theatre of superpower confrontation
9th Feb 22, 12:12pm
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Thitinan Pongsudhirak explains why the Southeast Asian region will once again be a major theatre of superpower confrontation
Robert Williams and Moritz Rudolf envision an EU-led de-escalation intitative for the growing tensions between the US and China, reminiscent of the Helsinki Process of the 1970s
29th Dec 21, 9:51am
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Robert Williams and Moritz Rudolf envision an EU-led de-escalation intitative for the growing tensions between the US and China, reminiscent of the Helsinki Process of the 1970s
Allan Barber watches the high wire act New Zealand trade negotiators and exporters perform to keep market access open in spite of the big power tensions that could derail those efforts in one breeze-shift
28th Jul 21, 9:22am
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Allan Barber watches the high wire act New Zealand trade negotiators and exporters perform to keep market access open in spite of the big power tensions that could derail those efforts in one breeze-shift
Hoe Ee Khor and Suan Yong Foo explain why current US-China tensions are unlikely to prove fatal for international technological cooperation
21st Jul 21, 9:45am
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Hoe Ee Khor and Suan Yong Foo explain why current US-China tensions are unlikely to prove fatal for international technological cooperation
David Mahon sees China and its rivals both lacking coherent foreign relations strategies and leading to policy mistakes on both sides. When they are bound economically while becoming polarised politically, the risks are high
29th Jun 21, 9:52am
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David Mahon sees China and its rivals both lacking coherent foreign relations strategies and leading to policy mistakes on both sides. When they are bound economically while becoming polarised politically, the risks are high
China has the economic gravity and confidence to match the international diplomatic posturing that challenges its own new assertive positions, says David Mahon
22nd Apr 21, 9:55am
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China has the economic gravity and confidence to match the international diplomatic posturing that challenges its own new assertive positions, says David Mahon
Stephen Roach hopes US President Joe Biden can muster the courage to renounce his predecessor's failed but popular approach to relations with China
24th Mar 21, 11:40am
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Stephen Roach hopes US President Joe Biden can muster the courage to renounce his predecessor's failed but popular approach to relations with China
Lee Jong-Wha shows how the United States can make or break the Asia-Pacific region's new free-trade agreement
5th Dec 20, 12:37pm
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Lee Jong-Wha shows how the United States can make or break the Asia-Pacific region's new free-trade agreement
David Mahon sees a coming new but limited era of US-China détente that should result in a degree of market stability. Biden will have some useful Trump cards. But core tensions will depend on mutual reactions
20th Nov 20, 10:54am
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David Mahon sees a coming new but limited era of US-China détente that should result in a degree of market stability. Biden will have some useful Trump cards. But core tensions will depend on mutual reactions
David Mahon says politically they may be polarised, but the US and Chinese economies are intertwined through the global trading and financial system making Washington’s ‘decoupling’ aim a fantasy
20th Aug 20, 7:38am
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David Mahon says politically they may be polarised, but the US and Chinese economies are intertwined through the global trading and financial system making Washington’s ‘decoupling’ aim a fantasy