Leonardo Dinic, Advisor to the CroAsia Institute
Mar 17, 2022
As the war in Ukraine continues, the world is learning much about the global dependence on natural resources from Russia’s neighboring states - many of which are vital to “green technology.”
Charlie Parton, Associate fellow of The Royal United Services Institute
May 16, 2018
To achieve its goal of becoming a leading global power by 2050, China must resolve its looming water shortage, writes Charlie Parton.
Cynthia Watson, Professor, National War College
Oct 26, 2012
Following the reelection of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in early October, many ask how his continued anti-U.S. policies will affect the region. However, Cynthia Watson argues that while Chavez represents a volatile, unpredictable force in our shrinking world, his reelection does not represent a dramatic turning point for China’s involvement in Latin America.