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HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
July 28, 2014
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
It is time for the two powers to work together on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
India’s Space Diplomacy
July 25, 2014
India’s Space Diplomacy
The country’s burgeoning space sector could be a useful foreign policy tool.
India’s Space Diplomacy
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
July 25, 2014
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
Bangladesh wants to join the new BRICS development bank as a founding member.
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
July 24, 2014
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Plus, Afghanistan's national unity government, the BJP gets strict with its members and more. Mid-week links.
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
July 23, 2014
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
There are strong arguments to suggest they should, if only the political hang-ups could be overcome.
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
July 22, 2014
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
Can South Asia’s states overcome the legacy of their histories?
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
India Fails to Meet Its 2015 Development Goals
July 19, 2014
India Fails to Meet Its 2015 Development Goals
India’s disturbing statistics cast a shadow on its growth story.
India Fails to Meet Its 2015 Development Goals
Asia Fears But Likes China
July 16, 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
A new Pew survey finds that Asia nations fear a military conflict with China, but still view it favorable.
Asia Fears But Likes China
Sri Lanka: Export Powerhouse?
July 10, 2014
Sri Lanka: Export Powerhouse?
For the country’s working and middle classes, the Hambantota port development will have important consequences.
Sri Lanka: Export Powerhouse?
How South Asia Resolves Maritime Disputes
July 10, 2014
How South Asia Resolves Maritime Disputes
South Asia’s use of international tribunals to settle maritime disputes should be emulated in East Asia.
How South Asia Resolves Maritime Disputes
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
July 10, 2014
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
The two South Asian neighbors resolved a long-standing maritime dispute.
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
ISIS: A Threat Well Beyond the Middle East
July 07, 2014
ISIS: A Threat Well Beyond the Middle East
The success of militants in Iraq may be inspiring radicals in Southeast Asia.
ISIS: A Threat Well Beyond the Middle East
Mongolia Hosts Exercise Khaan Quest 2014
July 01, 2014
Mongolia Hosts Exercise Khaan Quest 2014
The exercise involves over 1,000 troops with 23 nations observing or participating in the drill.
Mongolia Hosts Exercise Khaan Quest 2014
Myanmar: Revival of the Lost Kingdom
June 30, 2014
Myanmar: Revival of the Lost Kingdom
Myanmar still requires extensive reform before investors will jump in with both feet, but noticeable progress is underway.
Myanmar: Revival of the Lost Kingdom
The Consequences of Linguistic Chauvinism
June 28, 2014
The Consequences of Linguistic Chauvinism
India should note the lessons of Pakistan’s failed language policy.
The Consequences of Linguistic Chauvinism
Why India’s Focus Should Be on English and Not Hindi
June 27, 2014
Why India’s Focus Should Be on English and Not Hindi
If India is to promote a universal language, it should consider the example of its neighbor.
Why India’s Focus Should Be on English and Not Hindi
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