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US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
June 30, 2013
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
The US and China are unconvincing in trying to downplay their competition for influence in Africa.
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
Will These Youth Protests Spread to Asia’s Corrupted Democracies?
June 30, 2013
Will These Youth Protests Spread to Asia’s Corrupted Democracies?
Several have many of the same hallmarks as those that have recently experienced unrest.
Will These Youth Protests Spread to Asia’s Corrupted Democracies?
Russia & Iran To Hold Naval Drill in Caspian Sea
June 30, 2013
Russia & Iran To Hold Naval Drill in Caspian Sea
During an Iranian port call, a Russian commander said the two navies will participate in an exercise later this year.
Russia & Iran To Hold Naval Drill in Caspian Sea
China and the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula
June 30, 2013
China and the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula
China appears more aligned with the West on the North Korea nuclear issue. Is it an opening for Seoul?
China and the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula
Seoul’s Broken Promises on HIV Testing
June 29, 2013
Seoul’s Broken Promises on HIV Testing
South Korea claims progress on discrimination against people with HIV. It needs to match rhetoric with action.
Seoul’s Broken Promises on HIV Testing
Asia’s Divided Markets: Hot Japan, Cold China
June 29, 2013
Asia’s Divided Markets: Hot Japan, Cold China
Equities have given investors much to cheer across most of Asia in 2013, with China a rare exception.
Asia’s Divided Markets: Hot Japan, Cold China
Made in China: A US-Japan-Philippines Axis?
June 29, 2013
Made in China: A US-Japan-Philippines Axis?
Asian states are responding to China’s rise as Realists would expect—by balancing internally and externally.
Made in China: A US-Japan-Philippines Axis?
B2C Ecommerce Could Top $1.2 Trillion, Driven By Asia-Pacific Growth
June 29, 2013
B2C Ecommerce Could Top $1.2 Trillion, Driven By Asia-Pacific Growth
Study: Indonesia and China lead the world in ecommerce growth.
B2C Ecommerce Could Top $1.2 Trillion, Driven By Asia-Pacific Growth
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
June 29, 2013
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
Plus, Li Keqiang pushes ahead on urbanization. Friday China links.
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
Sony Xperia Z Ultra: Latest Updates
June 28, 2013
Sony Xperia Z Ultra: Latest Updates
The second half of 2013 looks like a time for “phablets”. We take a look at Sony’s recently announced entry.
Sony Xperia Z Ultra: Latest Updates
America’s Pacific Force Structure Takes Shape
June 28, 2013
America’s Pacific Force Structure Takes Shape
Through new capabilities like the Osprey and F-35, the U.S. and its allies are building a 21st century attack and defense enterprise.
America’s Pacific Force Structure Takes Shape
Internet and Press Freedom in Taiwan
June 28, 2013
Internet and Press Freedom in Taiwan
Opposition to recent legislation shows that interest in internet and press freedoms remains strong.
Internet and Press Freedom in Taiwan
Luke Hunt
June 28, 2013
Luke Hunt
The Diplomat’s Jonathan DeHart spoke with Australian journalist Luke Hunt about Hong Kong’s part in the recent Edward Snowden affair, the ongoing haze crisis plaguing Southeast Asia, anti-Muslim violence in Burma, and ASEAN’s failure to address these crises.
Luke Hunt
Chinese Companies Fall Out of Top-Ten List
June 28, 2013
Chinese Companies Fall Out of Top-Ten List
For the first time in many years, the top ten global companies by market value are all American.
Chinese Companies Fall Out of Top-Ten List
Is Google Working On an Android-Powered Video Game Console?
June 28, 2013
Is Google Working On an Android-Powered Video Game Console?
WSJ insiders claim that Google is working on gaming hardware, among other things.
Is Google Working On an Android-Powered Video Game Console?
Cybersecurity and the Limits of Leader Summits
June 28, 2013
Cybersecurity and the Limits of Leader Summits
Sunnyland-type summits are useful for improving relations in some areas. Cybersecurity is not one of them.
Cybersecurity and the Limits of Leader Summits
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