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Despite President Donald Trump’s promise to adopt an America First foreign policy, US policies in East Asia — on issues from trade, to diplomatic engagement, to the North Korean nuclear crisis — now more closely resemble those of Trump’s predecessors than his campaign vision.
This article presents an argument about the relationship between global problems, complexity, problem-solving, and East Asian civil society. It concludes that there is no agreement as to which global problems are most urgent, let alone how each fits into these three categories.
Today’s centre of high performance in school education is East Asia. Four of the world's five highest-performing systems are Hong Kong, Korea, Shanghai and Singapore, according to OECD’s 2009 PISA assessments of students.
In Shanghai, the average 15-year old mathematics student is performing at...