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Special Report – China’s Challenge to the World Economic Order, 2nd Edition [January 2017]
Now well into the second decade of the 21st century the world is witnessing the true extent of China’s economic, political, and growing military reach. This reach and integration into the globalized world has been gradual, incremental, and quiet over the past three decades. In the shadows, China has accelerated significantly in the past 10 years.
In this second edition, we discuss the ramifications of the US withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and what it means in the context of China’s recent acceleration. What does all of this mean for the established global order? This paper is a road-map looking to join the dots on that journey.
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Phill Hynes discusses ISS Risk’s latest report on Sino-Russian rapprochement in 2016, on Frontier Funds’ Emerging Opportunities Radio Show [18 April, 2016]
Harangued by the West, Russia is focusing like never before on the East. Fifteen years ago the Chinese and Russian governments signed the somewhat ironically-named Treaty of Good Neighbourliness and Friendly Cooperation. But the measure has had precious little to show for itself since its declaration at the opening of the 21st century–that is, until now.
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Phill Hynes discusses the growth of ISIS in Asia, on APAC Risk Assistance Radio’s webcast [8 February, 2016]
Special Report – “Convergence of China’s Economic globalisation strategy and encroaching ISIS aspirations for the Asian caliphate” [October, 2015]
The potential convergence of China’s economic globalisation aspirations and ISIS’ expansion of its global caliphate and where they will collide in Asia provide the focus of this unique report suite. This in-depth analysis of the trend trajectory and associated risks is a must read for businesses, insurers and advisers operating within the Asia region.
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