The election of Poland’s Law and Justice Party has brought attention to Poland’s increasingly divergent attitudes towards the EU and NATO. Michael Kang looks at possible implications this might have on the future of Poland’s defence.
Author: Michael Kang
Does the End Really Justify the Means? Putin’s Political Maneuvering for Higher Approval Ratings
Michael Kang discusses the political maneuvering and policies behind Putin’s consistently high approval ratings.
Terrorism as a Business Model: Abu Sayyaf’s Operations in the Philippines
Michael Kang looks at the financing methods of terrorist groups like Abu Sayyaf and their links to organized crime.
The Risks and Rewards of Marketplace Lending
Michael Kang considers the growth potential and risks of alternatives to traditional banking services such as Peer-to-peer lending.
Working Women: A World of Potential
Michael Kang looks into the current status of economic gender equality and the potential economic growth of more women participating in the workforce.
The Curious Case of Corruption in India
Michael Kang explores the complex extent of corruption in India and its impact on the Indian economy.
Under Pressure: The Stability of the Yuan
Michael Kang looks at the challenges that the Chinese economy faces in stabilizing the yuan.
Russian Public Relations and Privatization
Michael Kang examines the Russian government’s plan to privatize state owned companies and its potential economic impacts on the Russian federal budget.
Do High Hostilities Mean Low Oil Prices
Michael Kang explores the political and economic dynamics of the complex diplomatic relation between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The Middle Class is Losing Middle Ground
Michael explores the effects of technological change on the American labour market and how this impacts income inequality .