The writer is a senior research fellow and research lead (trade and economics) at the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore. Views are personal
Lack of an economic agenda has limited the scope of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could rearrange the global financial balance of power.
It’s time to act. Deeper economic engagement is the only route to strategic clout.
But India must know that correcting its trade imbalance with China is wishful thinking.
For India,the good news from Bali was the survival of the WTO itself.
Its elevation to the ASEAN chair comes at a crucial moment in Southeast Asia
For emerging markets,the G-20 summit is an opportunity to persuade the US to calibrate its withdrawal of loose monetary policy.
As a new WTO chief takes over,faith in multilateral trade seems lost
Indias engagement with Southeast Asia has increased remarkably during the last few years.