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In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
May 22, 2015
In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
Bangladesh’s ambassador to the U.S. on the recent elections in Dhaka and Chittagong.
In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
The Case for Stronger India-China Economic Relations
May 21, 2015
The Case for Stronger India-China Economic Relations
Can Modi’s recent visit help India and China fulfill the bilateral economic potential?
The Case for Stronger India-China Economic Relations
Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?
May 20, 2015
Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?
The history of the Kokang conflict, and what China can do to help solve it.
Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?
Bringing Safe Water to South Asia
May 20, 2015
Bringing Safe Water to South Asia
One company is vying to use a community based micro-franchise model to bring safe water to millions.
Bringing Safe Water to South Asia
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
May 18, 2015
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
The rise of “fast fashion” is influencing labor standards in Asia and elsewhere.
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
With Fourth 'Submarine-Killer' Corvette, China Makes ASW Headway
May 17, 2015
With Fourth 'Submarine-Killer' Corvette, China Makes ASW Headway
China just commissioned its fourth "submarine-killer" corvette. ASW's rising on the PLAN's list of priorities.
With Fourth 'Submarine-Killer' Corvette, China Makes ASW Headway
Modi in Mongolia: Cultural Crossroads in the Far East
May 16, 2015
Modi in Mongolia: Cultural Crossroads in the Far East
Modi will be the first Indian PM to visit Mongolia, as he seeks to breathe new life into relations.
Modi in Mongolia: Cultural Crossroads in the Far East
Why Is the US Excluding China from a New Military Meeting?
May 16, 2015
Why Is the US Excluding China from a New Military Meeting?
Not every interaction that leaves out Beijing is part of a ‘containment’ strategy.
Why Is the US Excluding China from a New Military Meeting?
Asia’s Watery Graveyard for Asylum Seekers
May 16, 2015
Asia’s Watery Graveyard for Asylum Seekers
The tragedy unfolding in the Andaman Sea can no longer be ignored.
Asia’s Watery Graveyard for Asylum Seekers
Southeast Asia Scrambles to Deal With Migrant Crisis
May 15, 2015
Southeast Asia Scrambles to Deal With Migrant Crisis
Up to 10,000 refugees may be adrift off the coast of Southeast Asian states without food or water.
Southeast Asia Scrambles to Deal With Migrant Crisis
Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
May 14, 2015
Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
Recent elections suggest the political situation is worsening.
Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
India Set to Resolve Border Dispute with Bangladesh
May 09, 2015
India Set to Resolve Border Dispute with Bangladesh
India finally resolves one of its long-standing disputes with a neighbor.
India Set to Resolve Border Dispute with Bangladesh
US Eyes Expanded Military Exercises with ASEAN Navies
May 07, 2015
US Eyes Expanded Military Exercises with ASEAN Navies
A senior US navy official suggests more could be on the way soon.
US Eyes Expanded Military Exercises with ASEAN Navies
South Asia Is Shooting Itself in the Foot on Trade
May 07, 2015
South Asia Is Shooting Itself in the Foot on Trade
South Asia's geography once encouraged regional trade. Geopolitical rivalries have wiped away that legacy.
South Asia Is Shooting Itself in the Foot on Trade
Sea Trials of Indian Navy's Deadliest Sub Going 'Very Well'
May 05, 2015
Sea Trials of Indian Navy's Deadliest Sub Going 'Very Well'
However, the Indian Navy still lacks a capable ballistic missile with which to arm the INS Arihant.
Sea Trials of Indian Navy's Deadliest Sub Going 'Very Well'
Reducing Disaster Risk in the Himalayas
May 05, 2015
Reducing Disaster Risk in the Himalayas
The tragedy in Nepal underscores the need for a disaster risk reduction strategy in the Himalayan region.
Reducing Disaster Risk in the Himalayas
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