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Relearning Anti-Submarine Warfare
October 30, 2014
Relearning Anti-Submarine Warfare
The U.S. Navy's post-Cold War holiday from history is drawing to a close—if it hasn’t expired already.
Relearning Anti-Submarine Warfare
The EU Should Rethink Its SAARC Approach
October 29, 2014
The EU Should Rethink Its SAARC Approach
After reaching out to ASEAN, the EU should improve its ties with the SAARC.
The EU Should Rethink Its SAARC Approach
Interview: The Stateless Rohingya
October 25, 2014
Interview: The Stateless Rohingya
The growing persecution of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar.
Interview: The Stateless Rohingya
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
October 23, 2014
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
On Friday, China will officially launch its new regional infrastructure bank. Many notable nations will be absent.
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
October 22, 2014
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
Al-Qaeda has joined the Islamic State in calling for jihad against China for its Uyghur policies.
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
October 22, 2014
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could render SAARC a more effective regional institution.
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
The SAARC: A Bloc Whose Time Has Come
October 18, 2014
The SAARC: A Bloc Whose Time Has Come
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation is more relevant than ever before. Time to give it more power.
The SAARC: A Bloc Whose Time Has Come
Time to Reinterpret Nobel Peace Prize Criteria
October 18, 2014
Time to Reinterpret Nobel Peace Prize Criteria
In the modern world, there is reason to expand the interpretation of what the prize represents.
Time to Reinterpret Nobel Peace Prize Criteria
South Korea Is Arming Authoritarians with Tear Gas
October 17, 2014
South Korea Is Arming Authoritarians with Tear Gas
One South Korean company has exported 3.16 million tear gas shells to 24 countries since 2011. Most went to Bahrain.
South Korea Is Arming Authoritarians with Tear Gas
Child Brides of South Asia
October 17, 2014
Child Brides of South Asia
How education could unlock the prison of child marriage for young girls.
Child Brides of South Asia
State Governments and India’s Economic Growth
October 15, 2014
State Governments and India’s Economic Growth
Healthy competition could help drive growth in traditional ‘backwaters.’
State Governments and India’s Economic Growth
Myanmar’s Rohingya Apartheid
October 14, 2014
Myanmar’s Rohingya Apartheid
A new government strategy looks like a blueprint for additional ethnic cleansing.
Myanmar’s Rohingya Apartheid
The Long Road to Justice for Bangladesh’s War Criminals
October 12, 2014
The Long Road to Justice for Bangladesh’s War Criminals
After decades, the International Crimes Tribunal is finally offering justice to war victims.
The Long Road to Justice for Bangladesh’s War Criminals
Capitalism’s Biggest Fan Is Asian... And Communist
October 11, 2014
Capitalism’s Biggest Fan Is Asian... And Communist
A new Pew Research poll found that capitalism’s biggest supporters are all in Asia.
Capitalism’s Biggest Fan Is Asian... And Communist
Can Modi Bring South Asia Together?
October 06, 2014
Can Modi Bring South Asia Together?
India’s economy could be a catalyst for development if the region can open up.
Can Modi Bring South Asia Together?
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
September 30, 2014
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
‘India can serve as a critical alternative to the exclusive and violent nationalism that currently threatens international peace.’
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
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