Steven Keithley

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Widodo is putting Indonesia’s  business-friendly future on the line
Philippine ‘strongman’ Duterte isn’t so tough when faced with economic or territorial battles
To secure Taiwan’s economic future, Tsai needs to find a way for Taipei to join transpacific trade pact
Asia can weather any interest rate storm
Chinese leaders can ride the summer tide at Beidaihe summit
Don't judge the Chinese and US economies just by the figures
Can Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi and Joko Widodo lead Asia to a new global order?

Almost two months ago, on July 22, Joko Widodo became the president-elect of Indonesia. His victory came on the back of a platform to reinvigorate a hopelessly slow bureaucracy, root out corruption and boost a lacklustre economy.

12 Sep 2014 - 9:06AM

Almost two months ago, on July 22, Joko Widodo became the president-elect of Indonesia. His victory came on the back of a platform to reinvigorate a hopelessly slow bureaucracy, root out corruption and boost a lacklustre economy.

Can Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi and Joko Widodo lead Asia to a new global order?