Centre For New Inclusive Asia

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Centre For New Inclusive Asia

Co-Founder of the ASEAN Research Center for a Community with Shared Future

The Independent Voice of Inclusive Asia

CNIA is a non-government Malaysian think tank focusing on the studies of the new dynamics of Asia brought about by the rise of China and other Asian powers, in particular, ASEAN and South Asian countries. It is a Global Partner of the Belt and Road Studies Network (BRSN), an official alliance of international think tanks with research interest in the Belt and Road Initiative, launched by China at the 2nd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in 2019.

The rise of China is considered by many as the most important phenomenon of the 21st century. The world needs to understand China as much as China must know the rules of the game in engaging with the world. Malaysia is uniquely the confluence of Asias three great civilisations, namely, Chinese , Indian and Islamic. As a member of the British Commonwealth, Malaysia is also well exposed to Western political and economic philosophies and cultural values.

CNIA intends to exploit this distinct advantage by serving as a bridge to promote better understandings inter and intra Asia, as well as between the New Asia and the World.

CNIA was co-founded by Tan Sri Ong Tee Keat and Mr Koh King Kee.

CNIA has signed strategic cooperation agreements with several well-known think tanks  and  cohosted  forums,  seminars, and  webinars  with  leading universities in China.


   A Global Partner of Belt and Road Studies Network