University Challenged: Lessons to Learn From Singapore
An analysis by Mariana Losada and Reuben Wong
Singapore has invested heavily in its human capital, making Singapore's education system one of the most praised in the world. What lessons can we learn from it?
State-backed Information Manipulation
The French Node
It is often assumed that all countries are targeted by information manipulation operations. How does France fit in wider international manipulation operations?
Wins and Losses in the EU-China Investment Agreement (CAI)
The EU-China Investment Agreement (CAI) has been oversold and underpowered. What conclusions can be drawn?
Vietnam's New Leadership: The Rise of the Security Apparatus
An analysis by Benoît de Tréglodé
On April 5, Vietnam selected the leaders who will hold the country’s four key positions over the next five years. What should we take away from these appointments?
Values and the Role of Sanctions in the Europe-China-US Triangle
An analysis by François Godement, Senior Advisor for Asia, at Institut Montaigne.
In starting to sanction China’s most glaring human rights abuse over Xinjiang, Europe faces a dilemma between its values and short-term interests. However, the new American administration offers an opportunity for coordination and compromise that should be seized.
An Opportunity For Europe
Concrete recommendations to make responsible capitalism possible in Europe.