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June 28, 2019

Future of China

[China Daily] China needs new definitons of success: ones that are connected to the challenges of the 21st Century, not older Western-derived definitions.
June 28, 2019

Globalisation: More than just economics

Challenging the feel-good, simplistic narrative about globalisation.
June 6, 2019

Religious leaders can kickstart a global anti-plastic movement

June 6, 2019

Planting Trees: Ecological Restoration as a Path to Creditworthiness

May 24, 2019

GIFT Reads — May 2019

We suggest a few books that may not feature in your usual bestseller lists.
May 23, 2019

Affordable Housing as Human Right

[YaleGlobal] A strong Indian state must set a bold, once-in-a-generation national objective and then commit resources to achieve its goals without capitulating to vested interests.
May 9, 2019

Huawei to Hell

[The World Post] We’re living through the sequel to the film “The Yellow Peril.”
May 1, 2019

The Privilege of being a “non-expert”: Akihiko Iketani, Mongolia GLP, 2012

An interview with Akihiko Iketani, one of our alumni who joined the 2012 Mongolia Global Leaders Programme.
April 18, 2019

Time for emerging Asian powers to help set global rules

(Nikkei Asian Review) West must accept rise of China, India and other states or risk growing clashes.
March 4, 2019

Creating employment for over 200 thousand in Jakarta

Indonesia’s capital – Jakarta – is facing mass unemployment. Between 100 and 150 thousand Jakartans are believed to be unemployed...
February 15, 2019

The Greater Bay Area: a new kind of megalopolis

The Global Institute For Tomorrow is launching a new programme this year titled the 2019 Greater Bay Area Young Leaders Programme...
February 1, 2019

Basic needs are not basic business: rural electrification in East Malaysia

In April, GIFT ASEAN will run the third Malaysia Young Leaders Programme (YLP) in Sabah, which will include an experiential learning...
August 14, 2018

GIFT Reads — August 2018

In this list, shared quarterly, we suggest a few books that may not feature in your usual book review sections but which we believe...