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07.12.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Vlog
Unpacked with Dr Shafiah Muhibat
The EU and Indonesia have a history of engagement and cooperation covering a wide range of development and economic cooperation. Dr Shafiah Muhibat, Head of the Department of International Relations…  
02.12.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Reinventing connectivity for a post-COVID recovery: 13th Asia-Europe Meeting Summit
The COVID-19 pandemic has been eroding multilateralism and connectivity; principles that are needed the most to ensure a rapid and just recovery. These two related topics were the focus of the 13th…  
01.12.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Geopolitics of Critical Infrastructure in Asia
Over the last decade, Asia has seen enormous physical and digital infrastructure connectivity projects. They have become both key pillars and levers of competition and cooperation. To unpack the…  
25.11.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Vlog
Unpacked with Lisa Curtis | Ep. 19
The United States and the European Union have increasingly focused their strategic attention on the Indo-Pacific and continue to foster dialogue and coordination as transatlantic partners. Lisa…  
23.11.2021 | News
More than just a number: the rising value of high-prestige digits in modern Mongolia
Fascination with auspicious numbers is common in Asian cultures. In Mongolia, phone numbers have become a symbol of the widening gap between the rich and the poor. Some can be sold for as much as an…  
19.11.2021 | Climate change | News
To really leave no one behind
Hanoi's migrant manual workers keep the city running, but their already precarious work and living conditions have worsened during the pandemic.  
11.11.2021 | Climate change | News
A new paradigm for Asia's cities
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Asia launches an interactive map that lets viewers explore the current state of social and ecological development in eight cities across the region.  
09.11.2021 | Networks for social democracy | News
Nepal’s renewed struggle for democratic consolidation
Despite numerous movements for freedom, justice and equality, Nepal is still struggling to consolidate its new democratic system.  
129. India’s net zero target is starting to boost renewables overseas  
By the evening of 1 November 2021, India had captured the spotlight in Glasgow. The country announced a new net zero target by 2070, which meant that all major economies in the world now planned to…  
130. Indonesia calls for increased climate finance and collaboration at COP26  
President of Indonesia Joko Widodo called for global collaboration to tackle climate change during COP26, highlighting the need for more climate finance in developing countries.  
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