It is critical for the United States and China to work together to develop new policies that are both effective and appealing to the developing world.
The United States must restore security and economic ties in Central Asia to bolster its counterterrorism efforts in the Middle East.
Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’s domestic reforms have strengthened Papua New Guinea both at home and abroad.
Though India currently has limited options for improving its relationship with Pakistan – as it continues to suffer from the latter’s support of terror – its policy makers must look beyond growing rhetorical support for a campaign of India-supported terror and consider alternative avenues for change.
Should China, now home to the world’s second largest GDP and its own development bank, also be the second largest borrowing member country of ADB?