If the U.S. is to remain competitive in an increasingly complex and technologically advanced global economy, it must learn from the successes and failures of other countries. Examining the experiences of Israel and other global innovation hubs can help draw out important...
Just as countries around the world have begun shifting their focus from Covid-19 to post-pandemic recovery, global inflation accelerated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and supply chain disruptions have placed economic growth plans in jeopardy.
Secretary Austin’s itinerary in Singapore and Thailand is meant to reinforce the United States’ commitment to the Indo-Pacific as a priority theater amid the Biden administration’s global security priorities.
June 9, 2022 From New Perspectives on Asia Southeast Asia is one of the world’s most natural disaster-prone regions. The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific estimates that natural disasters drain the region of upwards of $86.5 billion in average annual economic losses.
On May 12, 2022, the Renewing American Innovation Project (RAI) at CSIS and the Indiana University Public Policy Institute (PPI) cohosted a webinar exploring Indiana’s efforts to build a resilient innovation economy.
June 7, 2022
| Japhet Quitzon From New Perspectives on Asia About 31 million Filipinos voted for Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. Social media emerged as a critical platform for fostering nostalgia for the martial law period, glamourizing the Marcos family, and whitewashing the history of the Marcos regime.
June 2, 2022
| Georgia Wood From Strategic Technologies Blog A quantum computer of sufficient sophistication would threaten much of the encryption used today. This post explores the foundations of encryption, the potential threat of quantum computers, and offers lessons from a prior encryption transition for a post quantum world.
During this time of global energy instability, the United States is uniquely positioned to provide critical assistance in the Mekong region. The mechanisms for doing this already exist, including the Japan-U.S.-Mekong Power Partnership (JUMPP).
In Tokyo on May 23, President Biden announced the formation of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF). The framework will bring together the United States and a dozen other Indo-Pacific countries.