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Forget the Third Arrow and Behold the Old World Order

‘Dr. Susan Carpenter originally produced Forget the Third Arrow and Behold the Old World Order: a journey into the depths of Japan Inc. for the ASI, which is a remarkable study of Japan and the evolution and then stagnation of its corporate and political institutions. The story that she weaves begins with her early observations […]

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New Publication Section: Be Immersed in a Confluence of Unique Insights

The Asia Scotland Institute is now offering a new section on the website where you can explore the unique views of our Senior Fellows. It will be a hub of knowledge and insight, and the authors will be writing on topics of global importance for today’s internationally connected professionals and scholars. In a world where thin and insubstantial online content prevails, this new section […]

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Cultural Events 2017

The Asia Scotland Institute selected for you a range of Asia-related events happening throughout Scotland in the summer of 2017.     We would like to thank our student ambassadors for gathering the events. ASI Ambassadors Isabella Zhong and Coco Cheng said: “Today in Scotland, the Asian communities are an important group and its cultures […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 29: Thursday, 20th July, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in The third Gateway of India Geoeconomics Dialogue will be held in Mumbai on 12-13 March, 2018. Co-hosted with the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, the conference brings together high level government officials and business leaders from around the world. Save the date! Gateway House Features India-China stand-offs Since […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 28: Thursday, 13th July, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features 2016, the hinge year Three epoch-making events in 2016 are continuing to have global repercussions. They were: Brexit, China’s rubbishing of the July verdict of the Permanent Court of Arbitration after it rejected its claims on disputed islands in the South China […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 27: Thursday, 6th July, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features G20’s midlife crisis The G20’s response to the economic crisis was effective, the expansion of its scope was logical – but it risks losing relevance if it does not deliver on concrete economic policy design Read more By Akshay Mathur, Director, Research and […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 26: Thursday, 29th June, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features India, Israel and the chosen people Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel from 4-6 July, 2017, marks 25 years of India’s diplomatic relations with the State of Israel. Forging political and economic ties with it has not been smooth sailing, […]

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A Letter from Singapore

  Commonwealth nations join forces in the name of science The three-day conference was held from 13 to 16 June and saw over 400 participants from 37 Commonwealth countries.  The Duke of York, Prince Andrew was the guest of honour at the opening ceremony.  The conference aims to strengthen international scientific collaboration, with travel grants, […]

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Introducing WeChat Pay

WeChat Pay arrived in Scotland when the Asia Scotland Institute signed up and adopted its payment system. Used by nearly a billion Chinese, WeChat is one of the most popular apps in China and its payment capability is used to transfer literally trillions of renminbi between friends, families and businesses. In a world where Chinese […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 25: Thursday, 22nd June, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features & Blogs Singapore family feud: no impact, yet Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s siblings last week accused him of putting self-interest before good governance. Yet, his personal popularity remains untarnished. The Singaporean economy may no longer be the powerhouse it […]