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Why India Should Join China's New Maritime Silk Road
July 03, 2015
Why India Should Join China's New Maritime Silk Road
India cannot miss out on this opportunity.
Why India Should Join China's New Maritime Silk Road
Exile From Extremism in Bangladesh: A Conversation with Ananya Azad
July 02, 2015
Exile From Extremism in Bangladesh: A Conversation with Ananya Azad
The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar speaks with Ananya Azad about freedom of expression in Bangladesh.
Exile From Extremism in Bangladesh: A Conversation with Ananya Azad
China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
July 02, 2015
China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
The language of the Overseas NGO Management Law must be amended to protect freedom of expression and association.
China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
June 30, 2015
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
The “water wars” narrative in the context of the Brahmaputra River is premature and unhelpful.
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
The Rohingya and Islamic Extremism: A Convenient Myth
June 29, 2015
The Rohingya and Islamic Extremism: A Convenient Myth
Myanmar is pursuing a narrative that rests on dubious evidence.
The Rohingya and Islamic Extremism: A Convenient Myth
The Folly of India's Hubris in Myanmar
June 26, 2015
The Folly of India's Hubris in Myanmar
Given the importance of the relationship, a little more humility is in order.
The Folly of India's Hubris in Myanmar
Is This Country the Sino-Pak JF-17 Fighter’s First Customer?
June 24, 2015
Is This Country the Sino-Pak JF-17 Fighter’s First Customer?
The mystery continues: one media source claims that the JF-17 has been sold, another denies it.
Is This Country the Sino-Pak JF-17 Fighter’s First Customer?
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
June 23, 2015
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
A recent clampdown notwithstanding, there has been little progress in ending human trafficking in the region.
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
June 23, 2015
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
For the first time, China is sending People's Liberation Army troops to exercise Khaan Quest.
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
ASEAN Move on Rohingya, Slow But Forward
June 22, 2015
ASEAN Move on Rohingya, Slow But Forward
The bloc takes some tentative steps, with a welcome dose of common sense from Mahathir Mohamad.
ASEAN Move on Rohingya, Slow But Forward
India’s Lagging Human Capital
June 22, 2015
India’s Lagging Human Capital
A new report shows India falling behind on human capital. Smarter government intervention is needed.
India’s Lagging Human Capital
A Boost to Sub-Regionalism in South Asia
June 21, 2015
A Boost to Sub-Regionalism in South Asia
A landmark agreement is expected to pave the way for regional integration.
A Boost to Sub-Regionalism in South Asia
Global Peace Index: South China Sea a 'Potential Area For Conflict'
June 19, 2015
Global Peace Index: South China Sea a 'Potential Area For Conflict'
A new report highlights an increasing division between the most and least peaceful nations - including in Asia.
Global Peace Index: South China Sea a 'Potential Area For Conflict'
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
June 18, 2015
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
As the world considers sustainable development goals, it should take close note of Asia-Pacific population pressures.
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
Interview: Javed Jabbar
June 18, 2015
Interview: Javed Jabbar
A former Pakistani information minister on local extremism, the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, and regional threats.
Interview: Javed Jabbar
Restraint No More: India Reassesses Its Hard Power
June 16, 2015
Restraint No More: India Reassesses Its Hard Power
With its cross-border covert strike into Myanmar, India's views on hard power come into focus.
Restraint No More: India Reassesses Its Hard Power
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