(Analysis) DPRK-Russia-China Economic Triangle

In a shifting world order marked by Sino-American competition, the DPRK’s gradual easing of border restrictions and its evolving economic alignment with China and Russia are significant developments. As we delve deeper into this geopolitical landscape, the DPRK’s strategy to engage with these key neighbors and reduce reliance on the broader international community becomes more apparent. Explore the complexities and implications of this evolving dynamic in this analysis.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Leveraging Expats To Support Portuguese Economy

Portugal has seen a rise in Expats moving to the nation. Leaders must decide how to leverage these new arrivals to help make the Portuguese economy competitive and improve living standards for Portuguese citizens.

Feminist Economics: A Deeper Look into Gender and Economics

The time to lay Homo Economicus i.e. the “economic man”, to rest has come. With the rise of feminist theory, questions have arisen over the gender inclusivity of economics today. To what extent are the theories, methods, and pedagogy of economics male centric, and therefore biased? And how does this bias compromise the accuracy, and effectiveness of our current economic models?

[Analysis] Hong Kong vs Singapore: Competing Asian Tigers

In East Asia, some small cities could even be considered more powerful than big countries. This analytical report compares the political and economic structures of Hong Kong and Singapore, two leading Asian Tigers, concluding that their differences continuously unite and divide them over time, but that one cannot survive without the other.