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The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
July 31, 2015
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
A focus on annual rankings misses the point.
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
July 31, 2015
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
A look at Canberra's role - or lack thereof.
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
Bangladesh Joins the Knowledge Economy
July 30, 2015
Bangladesh Joins the Knowledge Economy
The country has made remarkable strides in its information technology sector.
Bangladesh Joins the Knowledge Economy
Coalition of the Unwilling: Pakistan and India Bring Confrontation to the SCO
July 30, 2015
Coalition of the Unwilling: Pakistan and India Bring Confrontation to the SCO
India and Pakistan joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organization won't smooth the forum's transformation.
Coalition of the Unwilling: Pakistan and India Bring Confrontation to the SCO
Japan’s Strategy for Central Asia
July 30, 2015
Japan’s Strategy for Central Asia
With a surprisingly proactive policy, Japan is a significant player in the region.
Japan’s Strategy for Central Asia
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
July 27, 2015
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Joint exercise to run from July 27-28.
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
July 25, 2015
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
The UN World Food Programme has confirmed it will be cutting food rations for internally displaced persons.
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
July 23, 2015
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
The Diplomat launches a new series on the region's refugee crisis. Here's why it matters.
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
July 22, 2015
Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
How the Arakan Army is emerging as a major player in Myanmar’s civil war.
Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes: Top US Diplomat
July 22, 2015
US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes: Top US Diplomat
America’s top diplomat for East Asia clarifies the country’s outlook in a keynote speech.
US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes: Top US Diplomat
A New ‘Proactive’ Indian Foreign Policy under Modi?
July 21, 2015
A New ‘Proactive’ Indian Foreign Policy under Modi?
India’s foreign secretary suggests that more change is afoot than some acknowledge.
A New ‘Proactive’ Indian Foreign Policy under Modi?
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
July 21, 2015
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
The new bank offers a chance for India to pursue its own plans for regional connectivity.
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
July 18, 2015
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
A lack of coherence allied with tough talk could prove self-defeating.
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
Sorry, Modi – China Still Doesn’t Take India Seriously
July 17, 2015
Sorry, Modi – China Still Doesn’t Take India Seriously
Despite efforts by India's prime minister, China's attitudes toward its neighbor have not changed.
Sorry, Modi – China Still Doesn’t Take India Seriously
US, Singapore Launch Maritime Warfare Exercise
July 14, 2015
US, Singapore Launch Maritime Warfare Exercise
Joint exercise kicks off with a focus on honing conventional maritime warfare capabilities.
US, Singapore Launch Maritime Warfare Exercise
Liberal Voices Remain as Assertive as Ever in Bangladesh
July 10, 2015
Liberal Voices Remain as Assertive as Ever in Bangladesh
Dhaka University continues to endure as the heart of progressive liberalism in Bangladesh.
Liberal Voices Remain as Assertive as Ever in Bangladesh
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