Collection of policy notes addressing the major issues driving international debate at the global level


T.wai's T.notes are 2-page texts that address the major issues of international debate at the global and regional level, building a broad involvement in the high levels of politics and experts of the major teams of research centers at the international level.
T.note n.109 - RISE series #31

The cross-border trafficking in women between Vietnam and China

Asia Prospects T.notes

The PRC is widely recognized as a destination market for many women trafficked in Asia, particularly from Vietnam. Trafficking in women in China is a sensitive and complex issue that threatens public health, security, gender equity and sustainable development.

Sep 20, 2022
T.note n.108 - HS series #19

Peacebuilding and female combatants: Rethinking women’s involvement in conflict

Violence & Security T.notes

If women are predominantly imagined as victims, they can only be taken into consideration in this capacity when the post-war order is designed.

Jun 14, 2022
T.note n.107 - HS series #18

Nation-building and democracy-building: The role of political tolerance in India

Violence & Security T.notes

In their attempts to build a Hindu state in India, the right-wing populists risk losing both the decades-long experiment with democracy and the protracted attempts to create a multicultural nation where free and fearless self-expression is possible.

Mar 11, 2022
T.note n.106 - RISE series #30

The multiple dimensions of the Thai political and economic situation

Asia Prospects T.notes

The Thai higher education industry will play a pivotal role in upskilling the current and future workforce and transforming the Thai economy into an authentic ‘digital’ and ‘smart’ nation.

Jan 26, 2022
T.note n.105 - RISE series #29

Special Economic Zones: areas of social exclusion

Asia Prospects T.notes

The development of the SEZs has undoubtedly been a powerful growth engine for domestic and regional markets in Southeast Asia. It is, however, greatly irresponsible and unethical to overlook their immense social byproducts.

Nov 10, 2021
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