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Tsai Ing-wen: A New Type of Female Leader in Asia
May 26, 2016
Tsai Ing-wen: A New Type of Female Leader in Asia
Unlike other female political leaders in Asia, Tsai does not belong to a political dynasty.
Tsai Ing-wen: A New Type of Female Leader in Asia
How to Create a United Southern Asia
May 25, 2016
How to Create a United Southern Asia
A blueprint for integrating BIMSTEC and ASEAN through a Southern Asian Multi-Sectoral Regional Agreement.
How to Create a United Southern Asia
South Asia or India: An Old Debate Resurfaces in California
May 24, 2016
South Asia or India: An Old Debate Resurfaces in California
Should the subcontinent be referred to South Asia or India, especially in the historical sense?
South Asia or India: An Old Debate Resurfaces in California
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
May 24, 2016
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
ASEAN can take some reasonable measures to address the plight.
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
Why Restoring Cambodia's Lost Tigers May be a Good Idea
May 17, 2016
Why Restoring Cambodia's Lost Tigers May be a Good Idea
A plan to reintroduce the animal into the wild deserves a closer look.
Why Restoring Cambodia's Lost Tigers May be a Good Idea
Bangladesh Hangs Another Islamist Leader
May 15, 2016
Bangladesh Hangs Another Islamist Leader
Motiur Rahman Nizami is the fourth Islamist official to be hanged for war crimes during the 1971 Liberation War.
Bangladesh Hangs Another Islamist Leader
Enough Is Enough: Bangladesh Must Act Against Its Extremists
May 10, 2016
Enough Is Enough: Bangladesh Must Act Against Its Extremists
Bangladesh's government must crack down on Islamist radicals before the secular character of the country is destroyed.
Enough Is Enough: Bangladesh Must Act Against Its Extremists
China's Jewel in the Heart of the Indian Ocean
May 09, 2016
China's Jewel in the Heart of the Indian Ocean
The Colombo Port City project was conceived by Sri Lanka, but is now an almost 100 percent Chinese undertaking.
China's Jewel in the Heart of the Indian Ocean
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
May 06, 2016
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
Corruption continues to be a major drag on economic growth in developing countries.
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
May 05, 2016
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
As Southeast Asian pirates turn to abductions, what can regional states do?
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
The Rohingya and Suu Kyi’s Myanmar
May 04, 2016
The Rohingya and Suu Kyi’s Myanmar
The democratic icon’s party won a major victory last year. Will it help a beleaguered minority?
The Rohingya and Suu Kyi’s Myanmar
Two-Seat Variant of China-Pakistan JF-17 Fighter Jet to Fly in 2016
May 03, 2016
Two-Seat Variant of China-Pakistan JF-17 Fighter Jet to Fly in 2016
The latest JF-17 fighter jet will be a combat-capable trainer-variant of the aircraft.
Two-Seat Variant of China-Pakistan JF-17 Fighter Jet to Fly in 2016
Cognitive Dissonance? Misunderstanding Islamic Radicalization in Pakistan
April 29, 2016
Cognitive Dissonance? Misunderstanding Islamic Radicalization in Pakistan
Are we underestimating the contribution of regular Pakistanis in fostering a climate of violence in Pakistan?
Cognitive Dissonance? Misunderstanding Islamic Radicalization in Pakistan
Russia May Deliver New Fighter Jets to Myanmar By End of 2016
April 27, 2016
Russia May Deliver New Fighter Jets to Myanmar By End of 2016
Sources indicate that Naypyidaw will get three fighter jets by the end of the year.
Russia May Deliver New Fighter Jets to Myanmar By End of 2016
2 More Bangladeshi Activists Murdered
April 27, 2016
2 More Bangladeshi Activists Murdered
Four liberals have been murdered in Bangladesh this month: two LGBT activists, a professor, and a law student.
2 More Bangladeshi Activists Murdered
Rights and Reconstruction: A Year After the Big Quake, Nepal's Struggles Continue
April 22, 2016
Rights and Reconstruction: A Year After the Big Quake, Nepal's Struggles Continue
A year after Nepal was devastated by an earthquake, reconstruction and recovery are far from over.
Rights and Reconstruction: A Year After the Big Quake, Nepal's Struggles Continue
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