From Europe, with a true fascination for Southeast Asia and India
Mirko Giordani interviews top policymakers, journalists, academics, businessmen and analysts from SEA and India with one goal: get a deeper understanding of the nations that will shape the future of global economics and politics.
Mirko Giordani interviewed Akshobh Giridharadas on the threats on India posed by the Talibans.
Will the Talibans destabilize (again) India? – With Akshobh Giridharadas
Paul Podolsky, a former Senior Portfolio Strategist at Bridgewater Associates, has helped us to understand why it is better off to have a financial foot into Southeast Asia.
Having a portfolio of investments in SEA? Absolutely yes! – With Paul Podolsky
American politics is dominating the news today, but the future will be more and more Asian. Here we anticipate times, and it seems to us quite legit to understand why the Indian colossus hasn't joined the most significant free trade agreement in the world,...
Why India didn’t join the RCEP? – With Akshobh Giridharadas
Italy is in delay, but it is catching up in its relationship with ASEAN – With Valerio Bordonaro
The recent history of Myanmar is linked with its most famous leader: Aung San Suu Kyi. A Nobel prize for peace winner, recently she has been accused of violating the human rights of the Rohingya, isolating the country in the international consensus. How this story will end?