The Institute for Security and Development Policy regularly issues a variety of publications ranging from shorter Policy Briefs to more comprehensive studies in its Asia and Silk Road Papers series. Explore the different series below.
Nationalist Sentiments Run High in Asian Territorial Disputes
Spot fire disputes have sparked across Asia, with the winds of nationalism spurring them on. If one flares up it could ignite a region. Escalating tensions should have mediators vigilant […]
India’s SEZ Policy
Over the last few decades India has emerged as an economic giant. In 2000 the Special Economic Zone (SEZs) policy became part of a strategy to maintain high growth and […]
Widening Gap Impedes Peace Process: Interview with Col. (Res.) Miri Eisin, Former Spokesperson of the Israeli Government
Israeli politics have in recent months been unusually eventful. In addition to a looming Iranian nuclear threat, a raging civil war in Syria and presidential elections in Egypt, the Israeli […]
Japan’s ODA Still Going Strong
In the 1990s, Japan was the world’s top donor. This position was lost in 2001, after a prolonged economic slump, a deteriorating fiscal situation, and increasingly critical public view of […]
The End of Japan’s Nuclear Renaissance? Not Just Yet.
The 9.0 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami that severally damaged the Fukushima nuclear plant have been described as ending the ‘nuclear renaissance’ in Japan. The government is in a hard […]
Israel-Palestine: New Leadership Needed
With rumors of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations on the verge of restarting, a closer examination of the Israeli political situation and the intentions and calculations of teh current government shows that such […]
A New Divide in the South China Sea
Nazery Khalid evaluates the prospect of peace in the South China Sea based on how the recent spat between China and Philippines is panning out.
India’s Call on BRICS: Aligning with China without a Deal
China–India association in the BRICS bloc of countries is an example of multilateralism at its height. For China, the BRICS group holds a strategic significance as it is targeted towards […]
US-DPRK Bilateral Talks
The United States and North Korea resumed talks in Beijing on February 23–24, 2012, after a delay following the death of Kim Jong Il two months ago. Present at the […]
The South China Sea: Resetting the Chessboard (in Chinese)
The U.S.’ re-engagement in the Asia-Pacific marks a significant recalibration of its foreign policy and a turning point in the power politics of the region. The impetus for this re-engagement […]