John Pollock examines Xi Jinping’s vision that has led to the rise of China’s economy since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
John Pollock examines China’s recent drop in economic growth, and its effects on domestic nationalism and foreign events.
John Pollock explores the newly released Guidelines for US-Japan Defence Cooperation, and what it means for the expansion of Japan’s national defence strategies.
John Pollock discusses the highly contested area of the South China Sea and the power China is exerting in the region.
The landslide election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May 2014, remains seven months on, a stunning display of popular democracy in India. In an election that lasted from April 7 to May 12th, 8,251 candidates contested 543 Lok Sabha parliamentary seats, in a country where voter eligibility surpassed 814 million people. The turnout, reported Read More…
John Pollock discusses the increasing defense ties between India and Japan, and outlines their prior diplomatic history.
Looking at Canada’s role in the international world, John Pollock looks at the Canada’s involvement in the former Yugoslavia and the Medak Pocket.
As elections in Japan near, John Pollock examines Shinzo Abe’s economic policies.
Following the APEC Summit held in Beijing, John Pollock examines how Chinese policies are being developed.