Research & Policy Papers

The art of arms (not) being governed: means of violence and shifting territories in the borderworlds of Myanmar
Routledge

Apr 6, 2021 Research & Policy Papers Francesco Buscemi Asia Prospects

Controlling the means of violence occurs via turbulent combinations of technical objects, techniques and rationalities that relate to four main domains: narcotics eradication; institutionalisation; ethnonationality; and humanitarian security.

Esserci o non esserci? L’ambivalenza della Presidenza Trump verso l’Asia-Pacifico
Egea editore

Mar 12, 2021 Research & Policy Papers Giuseppe Gabusi Asia Prospects

[IT] Il capitolo scritto da Giuseppe Gabusi (T.wai & Università degli Studi di Torino) per il libro di Alessandro Quarenghi "Trump contro l'ordine internazionale. La politica estera degli Stati Uniti nella transizione contemporanea".

A Turbulent Silk Road: China’s Vulnerable Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa
Cambridge University Press

Feb 23, 2021 Research & Policy Papers Andrea Ghiselli Global China

Andrea Ghiselli and Pippa Morgan are the authors of the article "A Turbulent Silk Road: China's Vulnerable Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa" for The China Quarterly.

Regionalismo e liberalizzazione commerciale nell’Asia-Pacifico: la Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
Osservatorio Politico Internazionale della Repubblica Italiana

Feb 17, 2021 Research & Policy Papers Giuseppe Gabusi Asia Prospects

[IT] È online il nuovo Approfondimento “Regionalismo e liberalizzazione commerciale nell’Asia-Pacifico: la Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership”, realizzato per l'Osservatorio di Politica Internazionale da T.wai.

Fleecy clouds: the future and the past of IPOs in mainland China
Asia Prospects Snapshot n. 5

Feb 10, 2021 Research & Policy Papers Alessandro Bonfratello Asia Prospects

Mainland China’s capital markets are not entirely akin to their Western counterparts: the regulator of the two stock exchanges (the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission, or CSRC) is directly affiliated with the government; the main players are state-owned enterprises (SOEs) rather than private corporations; and political and economic stability are prioritized over the liberalization of market forces. Recently, the connection between politics and financial markets has been under global scrutiny due to the blockage of the IPO of Ant Group, magnate Jack Ma’s fintech giant, by Chinese elites fearing an excessive risk of volatility.

Myanmar: the right place to be in the next decade?
Asia Prospects Snapshot n. 4

Jan 25, 2021 Research & Policy Papers Luca Sartorelli Asia Prospects

If one takeaway of the Myanmar election of 2020 is the unquestioned adoration of the country for its icon Aung San Suu Kyi, another is surely the West’s poor understanding of this country, its ethos and its complex history. From August, while international journalists, consultants and political analysts were busy forecasting chaotic scenarios of a weakened NLD (the National League for Democracy, the party of Aung San Suu Kyi), and speculating about unlikely coalitions with ethnic and military-backed parties, a red river of NLD flags, T-shirts and stickers (including red face masks) was flooding every corner of Myanmar, with flocks of young supporters celebrating Suu Kyi’s success weeks before the election day.

Health or business? The trade-off between COVID-19 containment and economic growth in the ASEAN region
Asia Prospects Snapshot n. 3

Dec 14, 2020 Research & Policy Papers Luca Sartorelli Asia Prospects

Ma Ma Lwin is a talented Myanmar entrepreneur. With her gentle manners and her ‘light version’ of Myanmar dishes, intercepting the Western tastes of a growing group of expats willing to experience the local food, she has transformed an abandoned rooftop in a Muslim district near downtown Yangon into a successful restaurant. In early 2020, it was time for her to scale up. With the money she had earned, she opened a new restaurant in the heart of the old city, paying advance rent for the whole year. But as Yangon enters its ninth month of lockdown, and expats have left the country en masse, Ma Ma Lwin is now nearly broke.

Under pressure: the end of free trade as we know it and the future of the liberal order
Quaderni di Scienza politica 1, 2020

Nov 9, 2020 Research & Policy Papers Giuseppe Gabusi Asia Prospects

Giuseppe Gabusi (T.wai & University of Turin) is the author of the article "Under pressure: the end of free trade as we know it and the future of the liberal order", published by Quaderni di Scienza politica (Il Mulino).

L’altra storia della Birmania. Una distopia del XXI secolo
add editore

Oct 28, 2020 Research & Policy Papers Giuseppe Gabusi Asia Prospects

[IT] La postfazione di Giuseppe Gabusi (T.wai & Università degli Studi di Torino) per il libro di Thant Myint-U "L'altra storia della Birmania. Una distopia del XXI secolo", pubblicato da add editore e supportato da T.wai.

Agricultural machinery: opportunities for Italian producers in the ASEAN region
Asia Prospects Business n. 3

Oct 19, 2020 Research & Policy Papers Luca Sartorelli Asia Prospects

Agriculture and agribusiness still represent a crucial slice of most ASEAN member countries’ GDP. However, the sector is changing, increasingly leaving behind traditional, labour-intensive production and transformation processes in favour of more advanced and highly technological practices. And it is looking for partners.

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