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.56 - RISE series #15

Myanmar under the National League for Democracy: will China be a close partner again?

Asia Prospects T.notes

In order for Myanmar to meet its domestic needs, it will remain important for it to be partnered by China in its economic, political and security interests under the new, democratic NLD-led civilian government.

Feb 28, 2018
T.note n.55 - CMBP series #7

Chinese luxury tourism in Italy: an opportunity to be further exploited

Global China T.notes

Research conducted by the Business Research Centre of the Italy-China Foundation (Centro Studi per l’Impresa della Fondazione Italia Cina, CeSIF) has shown that, in 2016, 122 million Chinese tourists travelled abroad (4.3 percent more than 2015), and that Italy alone welcomed 3.79 million Chinese tourists.

Feb 21, 2018
T.note n.54 - RISE series #14

Responding to Authoritarian Consolidation in Cambodia: Too Little, Too Late?

Asia Prospects T.notes

Over the past six months, Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen has begun to rapidly consolidate control over his country in the lead up to scheduled 2018 parliamentary elections.

Jan 18, 2018
T.note n.53 - ChinaMed series #3

What are the achievements of 16+1 after five years of existence?

Global China T.notes

On November 26-27, the Sixth Summit of the Heads of Governments of China and the sixteen countries of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe took place in Budapest, marking the fifth anniversary since the establishment of the 16+1 platform. The meeting itself was business as usual. At the same time, unlike…

Dec 31, 2017
T.note n.52 - RISE series #13

China’s Growing Presence in the Pacific, and Local Reactions

Asia Prospects T.notes

“China has become a new option for PNG when it seeks external opportunities for economic and development cooperation. It has become a bargaining chip for the island country in acquiring more aid and benefits from traditional donors”.

Dec 28, 2017
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