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New PRC South China Sea Bases No Cause to ‘Relax’
April 30, 2015
New PRC South China Sea Bases No Cause to ‘Relax’
Yes, massive China construction in the South China Sea is cause for concern.
New PRC South China Sea Bases No Cause to ‘Relax’
The Rise of the Zombie Monitors
April 30, 2015
The Rise of the Zombie Monitors
They came, they saw, they got it completely wrong.
The Rise of the Zombie Monitors
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
April 30, 2015
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
The bloc has rarely discussed the death penalty. It is time it did.
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
An Israeli Lobby in China?
April 30, 2015
An Israeli Lobby in China?
There is a growing pro-Israeli advocacy within China.
An Israeli Lobby in China?
Pakistan Imprisons 10 Men Convicted of Attacking Malala Yousafzai
April 30, 2015
Pakistan Imprisons 10 Men Convicted of Attacking Malala Yousafzai
The 10 men were sentenced to 25 years in prison by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan's Swat district.
Pakistan Imprisons 10 Men Convicted of Attacking Malala Yousafzai
The Indian Air Force's Big Problem: Not Enough Pilots!
April 30, 2015
The Indian Air Force's Big Problem: Not Enough Pilots!
New Delhi faces a critical shortage of both planes and pilots a parliamentary panel revealed this week.
The Indian Air Force's Big Problem: Not Enough Pilots!
North Korea's Kim Jong-un Cancels Trip to Russia
April 30, 2015
North Korea's Kim Jong-un Cancels Trip to Russia
Citing "internal affairs," Kim has withdrawn from a planned trip to Russia, the Kremlin said.
North Korea's Kim Jong-un Cancels Trip to Russia
Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
April 30, 2015
Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
As long as the incentives to control natural resources remain, there is little hope for long-term peace in Myanmar
Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
With Trade and Terrorism in Mind, Ghani Visits India
April 30, 2015
With Trade and Terrorism in Mind, Ghani Visits India
On his first state visit to India, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani pushed for closer trade and defense ties.
With Trade and Terrorism in Mind, Ghani Visits India
Vietnam Buys Deadly New Missiles Capable of Hitting China
April 30, 2015
Vietnam Buys Deadly New Missiles Capable of Hitting China
Hanoi is the first Southeast Asian nation arming its submarines with land attack cruise missiles.
Vietnam Buys Deadly New Missiles Capable of Hitting China
Australia Needs to Be Transparent on Drones
April 30, 2015
Australia Needs to Be Transparent on Drones
The Australian government should come clean on its role in the U.S. drone program, before buying its own.
Australia Needs to Be Transparent on Drones
Australia, Vietnam and Anniversaries of War
April 30, 2015
Australia, Vietnam and Anniversaries of War
The two countries have both celebrated major anniversaries, with little tolerance for dissent.
Australia, Vietnam and Anniversaries of War
Is Hamas Training Operatives in Malaysia?
April 30, 2015
Is Hamas Training Operatives in Malaysia?
An old claim resurfaces with some new evidence.
Is Hamas Training Operatives in Malaysia?
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
April 30, 2015
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
Is the Obama administration too eager to embrace Sri Lanka’s new government?
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
Reductio Ad Hitlerum: Who Does the Swastika Belong To?
April 30, 2015
Reductio Ad Hitlerum: Who Does the Swastika Belong To?
George Washington University is showing us why the West needs to come to terms with the eastern origins of the Swastika.
Reductio Ad Hitlerum: Who Does the Swastika Belong To?
Russia and Kazakhstan's Trade War
April 30, 2015
Russia and Kazakhstan's Trade War
Not all is well in the Eurasian Economic Union, but is it a trade war?
Russia and Kazakhstan's Trade War
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