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Solving the Rohingya Crisis
May 27, 2015
Solving the Rohingya Crisis
The Rohingya crisis is a challenge to ASEAN, but must be solved by Myanmar.
Solving the Rohingya Crisis
George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant in Yangon?
May 21, 2015
George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant in Yangon?
A collection of the great writer’s essays have been translated into Burmese.
George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant in Yangon?
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
ASEAN’s Refugee Embarrassment
May 15, 2015
ASEAN’s Refugee Embarrassment
The Rohingya refugee crisis is quite possibly the greatest embarrassment ASEAN has ever faced.
ASEAN’s Refugee Embarrassment
Abe’s Japan Cannot Apologize for the Pacific War
May 13, 2015
Abe’s Japan Cannot Apologize for the Pacific War
Yasukuni Shrine will continue to compromise any apology that Japan’s leaders can offer.
Abe’s Japan Cannot Apologize for the Pacific War
Myanmar's Elusive Peace
May 07, 2015
Myanmar's Elusive Peace
Rebel groups in Myanmar say that peace could still be years away.
Myanmar's Elusive Peace
Diplomatic Access: The United States
May 06, 2015
Diplomatic Access: The United States
Assistant Secretary Daniel Russel on the U.S. rebalance to Asia, the South China Sea, the TPP, and more.
Diplomatic Access: The United States
Nepal’s Earthquake and International Aid
May 05, 2015
Nepal’s Earthquake and International Aid
The international response to last month’s earthquake must not undermine the role of the Nepalese government.
Nepal’s Earthquake and International Aid
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
May 04, 2015
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
A recent report suggests that the Rohingya could become the target of further mass atrocities.
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
Hillary’s Choices: ‘Reset’ or ‘Default’ on Foreign Policy
April 29, 2015
Hillary’s Choices: ‘Reset’ or ‘Default’ on Foreign Policy
Can Democrats offer a post-Obama vision for Rebalance to Asia?
Hillary’s Choices: ‘Reset’ or ‘Default’ on Foreign Policy
Nixon’s Retrospective on the Vietnam War
April 28, 2015
Nixon’s Retrospective on the Vietnam War
The former president had much to say on Vietnam and the failed use of American power.
Nixon’s Retrospective on the Vietnam War
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
April 25, 2015
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
200 years ago today, the legendary Gorkha rifles were formed.
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
Thingyan: A New Year for a Troubled State
April 23, 2015
Thingyan: A New Year for a Troubled State
Weary from conflict, the people of Kachin take the time to welcome the Burmese New Year.
Thingyan: A New Year for a Troubled State
Aung San Suu Kyi's Advisor Leaves a Broad Legacy in Myanmar
April 23, 2015
Aung San Suu Kyi's Advisor Leaves a Broad Legacy in Myanmar
A year after the Burmese journalist and long-time political prisoner Win Tin passed away, mourners gather to remember him.
Aung San Suu Kyi's Advisor Leaves a Broad Legacy in Myanmar
China’s Myanmar Conundrum
April 22, 2015
China’s Myanmar Conundrum
Myanmar’s domestic politics are central to China’s strategic interests, and are testing Beijing’s core principles.
China’s Myanmar Conundrum
Natural Disasters: Preparing for the Big One
April 21, 2015
Natural Disasters: Preparing for the Big One
The vulnerable Asia-Pacific needs broader engagement in disaster planning
Natural Disasters: Preparing for the Big One
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