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India and Bhutan: Cross-Country Power Connectivity
June 30, 2016
India and Bhutan: Cross-Country Power Connectivity
India has some work to do meet its power needs. Bhutan is helping.
India and Bhutan: Cross-Country Power Connectivity
Wave of Arrests Reveals Bangladesh Terror Threat Is Home-Grown
June 28, 2016
Wave of Arrests Reveals Bangladesh Terror Threat Is Home-Grown
It's not ISIS.
Wave of Arrests Reveals Bangladesh Terror Threat Is Home-Grown
At First Annual Meeting, China-led AIIB Approves First Loans
June 27, 2016
At First Annual Meeting, China-led AIIB Approves First Loans
The Bank is also set to expand its membership roster, focusing primarily on Latin American and African states.
At First Annual Meeting, China-led AIIB Approves First Loans
US, Thailand Conclude Annual Military Exercise
June 23, 2016
US, Thailand Conclude Annual Military Exercise
CARAT Thailand 2016 ran from June 16 to 23.
US, Thailand Conclude Annual Military Exercise
Why US Leadership on Climate Change Still Matters
June 10, 2016
Why US Leadership on Climate Change Still Matters
For all the criticism leveled against Washington, its role is indispensable - at least for now.
Why US Leadership on Climate Change Still Matters
Interview: India’s Soft Power
June 10, 2016
Interview: India’s Soft Power
An interview with Professor Daya Kishan Thussu
Interview: India’s Soft Power
US, Philippines Launch Annual Military Exercise
June 08, 2016
US, Philippines Launch Annual Military Exercise
Washington and Manila kick off CARAT Philippines 2016.
US, Philippines Launch Annual Military Exercise
The Complex Politics of the 'Inner Line Permit' in Manipur
June 08, 2016
The Complex Politics of the 'Inner Line Permit' in Manipur
The call for an ILP touches on complex inter-ethnic politics in Manipur and beyond.
The Complex Politics of the 'Inner Line Permit' in Manipur
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
June 07, 2016
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
China, Japan, and India are all competing to build Dhaka's first deep sea port.
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
Strategic Mercy: The Case for Japanese Hospital Ships
June 07, 2016
Strategic Mercy: The Case for Japanese Hospital Ships
The platform of a hospital ship seems tailor-made for Japan's situation -- yet the country doesn't have one.
Strategic Mercy: The Case for Japanese Hospital Ships
Central Asia's Sports Obsession: Leave the Beard Behind, Please
June 04, 2016
Central Asia's Sports Obsession: Leave the Beard Behind, Please
More protests in Kazakhstan, sports in Turkmenistan, and Kumtor back in the news; recommended reads.
Central Asia's Sports Obsession: Leave the Beard Behind, Please
Money Laundering, Cyber Theft: Where Won't North Korea Go?
June 03, 2016
Money Laundering, Cyber Theft: Where Won't North Korea Go?
The U.S. Treasury Department sees North Korea as a top "money laundering" concern.
Money Laundering, Cyber Theft: Where Won't North Korea Go?
Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
June 01, 2016
Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
What if the U.S. is playing right into China's hands with military maneuvering in the South China Sea?
Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
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
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