Abu Dhabi seeks to counter jihadist and non-jihadist Islamists and limit Turkish and Qatar influence in the region.
With the melting of polar ice caps, China and Russia have their eyes on exploiting the Arctic as a maritime trade route.
Overpopulated and congested Jakarta may no longer be suited to be Indonesia’s capital.
China’s top ally Pakistan is a growing market for the embattled Huawei.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is neither a “Marshall Plan” for Eurasia and Africa nor a form of “debt-trap diplomacy.”
New Delhi aims to reverse the tide as Beijing expands into its maritime backyard.
Turkey and the UAE join China, the United States, and others in a scramble for bases and ports.
One of the world’s smallest countries is a battleground in the new great game between Asia’s giants: China and India.