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Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
September 22, 2014
Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
U.S. cites Japanese ‘underperformance’ at G20, yet Abe’s policies are already in full swing.
Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
India’s Blind Spot on ISIS
September 21, 2014
India’s Blind Spot on ISIS
So far, few Indians have joined the extremists, but gaps in New Delhi’s ability to track them are worrying.
India’s Blind Spot on ISIS
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
September 20, 2014
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
Also, Indian Air Force deals, the INS Vikramaditya, U.S.-China military relations, and MH370. Weekend links.
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
Time to End Ban on Weapons Sales to Vietnam
September 18, 2014
Time to End Ban on Weapons Sales to Vietnam
Washington needs a strong partner in Vietnam to counter Chinese aggression in the South China Sea.
Time to End Ban on Weapons Sales to Vietnam
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
September 18, 2014
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
Tokyo, Beijing and Seoul may temporarily overlook diplomatic spats for economic gains.
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
September 18, 2014
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
The circuit comes back for Singapore’s Grand Prix, with more than a little drama.
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
Malaysian Sources: ‘Comfort Women’ Joining Islamic State
September 18, 2014
Malaysian Sources: ‘Comfort Women’ Joining Islamic State
According to Malaysian news outlets, the terrorist organization is drawing foreign women to serve ‘sexual jihad’ in Iraq and Syria.
Malaysian Sources: ‘Comfort Women’ Joining Islamic State
Terrorist Plot Thwarted in Australia
September 18, 2014
Terrorist Plot Thwarted in Australia
Raids in Sydney have disrupted what authorities say was a plot to carry out terrorist attacks on Australian soil.
Terrorist Plot Thwarted in Australia
Interview: Japan’s Post-Nuclear Future
September 18, 2014
Interview: Japan’s Post-Nuclear Future
The Wall Street Journal’s Mari Iwata speaks about the future of Japan’s energy industry.
Interview: Japan’s Post-Nuclear Future
Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
September 18, 2014
Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
Plus, al-Qaeda in Myanmar and why are Japanese citizens still buying CDs? General interest links.
Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
September 17, 2014
Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
The OECD urges central banks in Japan and Europe to step up their monetary easing.
Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
Kim Dotcom and the New Zealand Elections
September 17, 2014
Kim Dotcom and the New Zealand Elections
A controversial Internet figure seizes on spying allegations to ensure a tumultuous New Zealand election campaign.
Kim Dotcom and the New Zealand Elections
India’s Soft Power Advantage
September 17, 2014
India’s Soft Power Advantage
Deeply entrenched factors make India a uniquely attractive great-power partner.
India’s Soft Power Advantage
China Warns Citizens to Stay Away From Philippines
September 17, 2014
China Warns Citizens to Stay Away From Philippines
Beijing sees recent attacks on Chinese citizens as part of a rising tide of anti-China sentiment in the Philippines.
China Warns Citizens to Stay Away From Philippines
4 Ways China Can Best Japan
September 17, 2014
4 Ways China Can Best Japan
China can best Japan through reforms aimed at improving Beijing's image at home and abroad.
4 Ways China Can Best Japan
China’s 4 Principles in the South China Sea Dispute
September 16, 2014
China’s 4 Principles in the South China Sea Dispute
China is slowly crafting a policy for its regional maritime disputes. Could it open the door to negotiation?
China’s 4 Principles in the South China Sea Dispute
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