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China’s growing regional dominance is driving India to bolster its own economic, security and political ties in Southeast Asia. But unlike Beijing, New Delhi lacks the deep pockets or military might to pursue its “Act East” agenda alone.
Regional peace and economic reforms are opening up Ethiopia's and Eritrea's untapped reserves of the in-demand fertilizer additive, potash. Turning that promise into profit, however, will mean defusing lingering threats to the region's stability.
Iran has warned that the Red Sea is unsafe for commercial shipping, claiming that three Iranian oil tankers suffered state-sponsored attacks in the waterway this year, The Wall Street Journal reported Nov. 6.
Building and updating the roads, power plants and networks that abetted their technological advances allowed the United States and Western Europe to gain global dominance. Today that advantage is eroding.
The Japan Self-Defense Forces (SDF) will dispatch ships and aircraft to the eastern Bab el-Mandeb strait, the Gulf of Oman and the northern Arabian Sea for an investigation and research mission, according to Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, The Japan Times reported Oct. 18.
With heightened tensions in the Persian Gulf, it may be time for the region's Arab states to recalibrate their security arrangements, and Asian countries -- which are the region's main economic partners -- could play a role.