It seems highly likely that the current trade dispute between the U.S. and China will develop into a fierce conflict over currency and high-tech industries.
Trump's America is not the only threat to the LIO. Russia and China — and in particular China's geopolitical offensive — are both shaking its foundation.
By 2050, the world will look very different than it does today.
Japan should not pursue decarbonization as a duty, but rather as a means of improving its national energy security.
Trump's 'America First' policy clashes with his regional vision.
The rush is on to discover the next generation technology to succeed the lithium-ion battery, and China is scrambling to take the lead.
The battle for industry supremacy has just begun.
Japan should pivot to Asia by seizing the frontier opportunities of the 600 million strong ASEAN market.
With "social credit," Beijing is seeking an inescapable political system in which citizens are completely loyal to the state
THAAD dispute underlines the perils of over-reliance on China's market