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Indonesia’s Borders Tested by Triple Threats
June 28, 2016
Indonesia’s Borders Tested by Triple Threats
China, the Zika virus, and refugees were all tests for the Southeast Asian state in just a single week.
Indonesia’s Borders Tested by Triple Threats
Why Is Immigration a Non-Issue in Australia's Election?
June 28, 2016
Why Is Immigration a Non-Issue in Australia's Election?
Beyond a hardline stance toward asylum seekers, the broader issue of immigration is not a prominent electoral concern.
Why Is Immigration a Non-Issue in Australia's Election?
Much Ado About Malcolm
June 28, 2016
Much Ado About Malcolm
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is far from the transformational figure he hoped to be.
Much Ado About Malcolm
KashOut? Brexit Revives Kashmir's Referendum Hopes
June 28, 2016
KashOut? Brexit Revives Kashmir's Referendum Hopes
Britain's vote to leave the EU has sparked calls for "Kexit" -- India leaving Kashmir.
KashOut? Brexit Revives Kashmir's Referendum Hopes
Second-Hand Japanese P-3C Orions Might Be the Right Call for Vietnam
June 27, 2016
Second-Hand Japanese P-3C Orions Might Be the Right Call for Vietnam
Is second-hand Japanese equipment the right option for Hanoi?
Second-Hand Japanese P-3C Orions Might Be the Right Call for Vietnam
Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia's Suburbs
June 26, 2016
Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia's Suburbs
The Diplomat's Luke Hunt interviews the stars of Lestari Girls.
Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia's Suburbs
Brexit Shocks Asia
June 25, 2016
Brexit Shocks Asia
British voters’ shock decision to quit the European Union delivered a blow to markets. Can Asia ride out the storm?
Brexit Shocks Asia
Post-Brexit, What Are the Geopolitical and Economic Consequences for Asia?
June 25, 2016
Post-Brexit, What Are the Geopolitical and Economic Consequences for Asia?
The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. How will that affect Asia?
Post-Brexit, What Are the Geopolitical and Economic Consequences for Asia?
A Noisy New Era of Bombs and Bravado
June 22, 2016
A Noisy New Era of Bombs and Bravado
The peace dividend is in jeopardy.
A Noisy New Era of Bombs and Bravado
Chinese Fishermen: The New Global Pirates?
June 21, 2016
Chinese Fishermen: The New Global Pirates?
It's not just the South China Sea -- Chinese fishing vessels have been accused of illegal activities all over the world.
Chinese Fishermen: The New Global Pirates?
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
June 21, 2016
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
40 years ago Australia welcomed refugees. It can do so again.
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
June 18, 2016
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
China is modestly expanding the size of its naval delegation to the world's largest maritime exercise.
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
Kazakhstani Narratives About Aktobe Solidify
June 17, 2016
Kazakhstani Narratives About Aktobe Solidify
Kyrgyzstan's mine headache, European and Eurasian integration, timekeeping in the Pamirs; weekend reads.
Kazakhstani Narratives About Aktobe Solidify
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
June 17, 2016
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
The Yunnan to Singapore rail link should be a showcase for the Chinese strategy, but it too faces hurdles.
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
US Navy Sends Electronic Attack Warplanes to Philippines Amid South China Sea Tensions
June 17, 2016
US Navy Sends Electronic Attack Warplanes to Philippines Amid South China Sea Tensions
Four aircraft arrived at Clark Air Base for pilot training and to support U.S. Navy operations in the South China Sea.
US Navy Sends Electronic Attack Warplanes to Philippines Amid South China Sea Tensions
Reality or PR: Russia's Rising 'Soft Power' Clout
June 17, 2016
Reality or PR: Russia's Rising 'Soft Power' Clout
A London-based PR firm places Russia ahead of China on a list of 'soft power' prowess.
Reality or PR: Russia's Rising 'Soft Power' Clout
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