Nyshka Chandran is a writer for CNBC.com, with a focus on Asia-Pacific politics and economies. She holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto.
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Confidence in Hong Kong's legal system is in danger, after Beijing raised the stakes in its battle to quell pro-independence sentiment in the city.
President Park Geun-Hye, under fire in what critics are calling the nation's biggest political scandal, may be digging herself into a deeper hole.
As the low-income proportion of China's population shrinks, around 75 percent of Chinese will be "middle income" in 15 years, new research found.
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China has zero interest in arms races and thinks very differently about national security, according to new research.
Malaysia's PM heads to China for a visit that could further skew Southeast Asian geopolitics in Beijing's favor.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye faces calls to quit, as a scandal inflames political uncertainty in Asia's fourth-largest economy.
China and Japan are competing to invest in $1 trillion worth of mineral resources in the Philippines, shedding light behind Manila's Asia pivot.
A new bidding war over Australia's biggest farm has reignited fears of anti-China sentiment and put pressure on Canberra to clarify investment rules.
New Zealand is the world's easiest place to do business, the World Bank found, pushing Singapore out of its decade-long top spot.