Future of Asia

Mapping out the contours of the world’s dominant continent

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Typically 850 words

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Counterintuitive, profound, refreshing — always original

Asia is home to the vast majority of earth’s population, several of humanity’s greatest civilizations and a wealth of natural factors.

Yet it has struggled to escape the long shadow of historical setbacks, resulting from the European colonial period and economic decisions undertaken afterward in many countries, in order to re-take the leading place its sheer size and diversity suggest it would have.

The Globalist’s Future of Asia series examines the wide array of transnational and subnational relationships within and across the many countries and regions of Asia.

Our analysis readers navigate the continent’s many futures in a post-European-led and post-American-led world order.

 
The writers of the Future of Asia column were born in Germany, Japan, Russia, India, Ireland, France and Australia.

 

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