The UK government has selected eight projects to enter contract negotiations with over the formation of two carbon capture use and storage (CCUS) clusters in the UK.
Manila’s decision to draw closer to Washington could make the Philippines a Chinese target on both the military and economic fronts. It will also complicate negotiations on a South China Sea code of conduct and contribute to a regional arms race.
A recent ruling by the Court of Appeal in England has confirmed that even where an obligation to refer a dispute to an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedure is expressed as a condition precedent within a ‘tiered’ disputes clause, the clause must be clear and sensible to ensure that it is enforceable.
The central role envisaged for solar power generation in supporting the decarbonisation of the UK energy sector is reflected in a draft revised planning policy designed to shape decision making on major renewable energy projects.
The treaty is Indonesia’s first extradition agreement with a European country. Thousands of Russians have fled to Bali since Putin launched an invasion of Ukraine.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Kristalina Georgieva spoke about global debt restructuring at the Boao Forum for Asia on Thursday following a report that a record number of countries are all in sovereign default.
From the South China Sea to Indian border, China’s actions in its backyard are raising eyebrows even as it slams hegemony and calls for a multilateral security order. Instead of imposing its view on the neighbourhood, China should engage in dialogue and diplomacy.
The UK government will not review tax policy to explore how tax can be used to incentivise decarbonisation to support the country’s transition to net zero, as recommended by a recent independent review, it has confirmed.
Global infrastructure ambitions remain bold in 2023, although the repercussions of a turbulent period for the sector will continue to be felt for some time to come.
South Korea recorded a trade deficit of US$5.1 billion with China in January and February, which was the highest among all its trading partners, with an analyst pointing to its shrinking “technological comparative advantage”.