South and East Asia

European Parliament elections: Prospects for radical left parties

The EP elections are due from 22nd to 25th May this year.

India-EU Free Trade Agreement: Rethinking Banking Services Liberalization

Since 2007, India and EU have been negotiating a free trade agreement (FTA) — covering trade in goods and services, investments, intellectual property rights and government procurement — that is fr

Letter from Japan: On the Start of the New Signature Campaign in Support of Appeal for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons

Dear friends,
First of all, I want to express my gratitude to you and all the other friends in Japan and overseas who have given us support in preparing to launch the new signature campaign.

India-EU Free Trade Agreement: Grave Implications of Unrestrained Investments

Under the proposed India-EU free trade agreement, the European Commission (EC) has sought an expansive mandate to negotiate on investment issues on the behalf of the European Union.

EU-India Free Trade Agreement – A view from the victims

In the second part in a series of interviews, TNI looks at the work of activists from Asia who came to Brussels this October to participate in the Asia Europe People's Forum (AEPF 8).

A Surprise Boost for Euro from China

The embattled Euro has gotten a surprise boost from an unexpected quarter―China.

India-EU Free Trade Agreement: Should India Open Up Banking Sector?

Since 2007, India and European Union (EU) have been negotiating a free trade agreement (FTA).

South Korea

It's our party and we'll cheer if we want to - by John Feffer

A chance for the Japanese people to vote for the peace they crave

John Manning looks at the crucial foreign policy issue affecting Sunday’s Japanese election

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