Asia’s economic transformation is reshaping the global distribution of power, with profound implications for war and peace in the twenty-first century. The Lowy Institute Asia Power Index is the most comprehensive study of power in Asia ever undertaken. It is an analytical tool that ranks 25 countries and territories in terms of what they have, and what they do with what they have – reaching as far west as Pakistan, as far north as Russia, and as far into the Pacific as Australia, New Zealand and the United States. This 2019 edition of the Index has been expanded to 126 indicators across eight thematic measures of power. It features over 30,000 data points through a specially designed digital platform, which includes an interactive map, weightings calculator, drill-down explorations, country comparisons and influence charts. The Index is able to track shifts in the distribution of power with annual trends for each country.
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