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The Case for Stronger Bhutanese-American Ties
December 22, 2014
The Case for Stronger Bhutanese-American Ties
There is a compelling argument for strengthening ties with the tiny kingdom of Bhutan.
The Case for Stronger Bhutanese-American Ties
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
December 19, 2014
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
In fact, international law does provide an achievable solution to the China-Japan dispute.
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
Spare a Thought for the Tiger of East Asia, It’s Almost Gone
December 19, 2014
Spare a Thought for the Tiger of East Asia, It’s Almost Gone
Abysmal efforts by governments in the region have seen the iconic animal poached into near extinction.
Spare a Thought for the Tiger of East Asia, It’s Almost Gone
India's Indigenous SSBN Begins Sea Trials
December 18, 2014
India's Indigenous SSBN Begins Sea Trials
India's INS Arihant began its sea trials after over a year of delays.
India's Indigenous SSBN Begins Sea Trials
The Bay of Bengal: The Maritime Silk Route and China’s Naval Ambitions
December 14, 2014
The Bay of Bengal: The Maritime Silk Route and China’s Naval Ambitions
With its Maritime Silk Route initiative, China is rapidly developing a presence in the Bay of Bengal.
The Bay of Bengal: The Maritime Silk Route and China’s Naval Ambitions
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
December 14, 2014
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
In a rare visit by an Indian PM, Modi begins navigating a complex region.
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
December 13, 2014
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
India's PM Narendra Modi has given his support to a 2011 agreement, which could have significant implications for the region.
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
December 13, 2014
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
Shahid Usman, a wealthy car-parts dealership owner from Karachi, has been arrested for alleged involvement with Al Qaeda.
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
December 12, 2014
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
Indonesia is well placed to play a leading role in developing a better regional architecture for the Indian Ocean.
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
India and China Slug It Out in South Asia
December 11, 2014
India and China Slug It Out in South Asia
India-China competition in South Asia is as hot as ever, but India could be losing out to China in important ways.
India and China Slug It Out in South Asia
India’s Cyber Challenge: Indian Mujahideen
December 09, 2014
India’s Cyber Challenge: Indian Mujahideen
India will need to step up its cyber security efforts if it is to counter terrorist activities online.
India’s Cyber Challenge: Indian Mujahideen
Is There Any Hope for SAARC?
December 08, 2014
Is There Any Hope for SAARC?
On its path to relevance, SAARC will have to address numerous challenges.
Is There Any Hope for SAARC?
Saving Grameen Bank, Sustaining the Bangladesh Paradox
December 06, 2014
Saving Grameen Bank, Sustaining the Bangladesh Paradox
Increasing state control over Grameen Bank will hardly serve the interests of Bangladesh.
Saving Grameen Bank, Sustaining the Bangladesh Paradox
Indian Naval Chief: Sea-Based Terrorism Is 'Huge'
December 05, 2014
Indian Naval Chief: Sea-Based Terrorism Is 'Huge'
The Indian navy is taking steps to combat terrorism at sea.
Indian Naval Chief: Sea-Based Terrorism Is 'Huge'
India and Bangladesh Near Resolution on Border Dispute
December 05, 2014
India and Bangladesh Near Resolution on Border Dispute
With a favorable political climate in India, the long-standing India-Bangladesh border dispute nears resolution.
India and Bangladesh Near Resolution on Border Dispute
Why China Should Conclude a Code of Conduct with ASEAN
December 01, 2014
Why China Should Conclude a Code of Conduct with ASEAN
There a number of reasons why Beijing should complete an ASEAN-China COC for the South China Sea.
Why China Should Conclude a Code of Conduct with ASEAN
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