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.
Rising Energy Demand in Northeast Asia
Under the OECD’s Environmental Outlook Baseline, global demand for energy is projected to increase by 80 percent between 2010 and 2050. Northeast Asia – dominated by China, Japan, and South […]
Imitated or ignored? Foreign Firms in Japan
Inward foreign direct investment (FDI) has often been touted as a possible source of economic growth for Japan. For years, economists have argued that an influx of foreign capital and operations would have a positive […]
Partnership with CEE in context of Belt and Road
President Xi Jinping’s visit to Serbia, Poland and Uzbekistan has attracted special attention because China’s top leader has not been a frequent visitor to these countries. This is also Xi’s […]
Disaster Diplomacy for Asia and the Middle East
Over the last 25 years, the world has seen a rise in the frequency of natural disasters in rich and poor countries alike. Today, there are more people at risk […]
Unravelling the Intentions Behind the 7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea
What is the strategy behind the recent events in North Korea, and how will the 7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea affect future developments?
Security Building Measures for the North Korea’s Nuclear Crisis
How to tackle resolving the North Korean nuclear issue in a situation where all previous efforts have failed?
Tracking Trade-inspired Globalization Over More Than a Millennium
This absorbing but curiously misnamed book is more than the story of the “Silk Roads” and less than a “History of the World.” Peter Frankopan, an Oxford specialist on Byzantium, […]
Peace, Alliance, and Inclusivity: Ending Conflict in Myanmar
Min Zaw Oo and Elliot Brennan take a look at Myanmar's Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement.
A New Era in China-Czech Relations Begins
Liu Minru: Relations between China and the Czech Republic have intensified in the last two years, as demonstrated by the upcoming fourth meeting between President Xi Jinping and Czech President Milos Zeman since February 2014.
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring in 2011, Ahmet Davutoglu, then Turkish minister of foreign affairs and now prime minister, vowed that Turkey would be the “game setter” of […]