FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Since the historic US defeat in Vietnam in 1973, South East Asia has been a hard nut for Washington to crack. It seems that America may now have a chance to restore its former influence and, at the same time, solve the Chinese problem; currently dominating modern US foreign policy. The question for Russia is how to react?
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — In a rare moment of honesty a Cambodian official has admitted his doubts about his country’s ability to meet regional expectations in time for the launch of the much vaunted ASEAN […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Europe’s Pöyry Energy and its controversial role as Xayaburi dam consultant have been challenged under new OECD CSR rules. Its turbulent currents snake their way through the tropical heart of Southeast Asia. The […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Outgoing Chinese Premier Wei Jiabao returned to Beijing this week office after disappointing ASEAN and East Asia summits that failed to live-up to years of diplomatic posturing and positioning, designed to protect his […]