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Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
March 18, 2015
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
The stories of the refugees who have crossed the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea are harrowing.
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
March 16, 2015
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
Solving Asia’s enormous human trafficking problem will require trained law enforcement and non-corrupt judicial systems.
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
Myanmar’s Royal Legacy
March 14, 2015
Myanmar’s Royal Legacy
The Burmese royal family may have lost their throne long ago but their influence lingers in Myanmar.
Myanmar’s Royal Legacy
Pakistan and China May Finally Have a JF-17 Buyer
March 12, 2015
Pakistan and China May Finally Have a JF-17 Buyer
The Bulgarian Air Force may purchase 16 JF-17s from Pakistan.
Pakistan and China May Finally Have a JF-17 Buyer
Myanmar to Investigate Violent Protest Crackdown
March 11, 2015
Myanmar to Investigate Violent Protest Crackdown
President reportedly orders a government inquiry into a Yangon protest crackdown.
Myanmar to Investigate Violent Protest Crackdown
ASEAN Is Not a Security Community (Yet)
March 10, 2015
ASEAN Is Not a Security Community (Yet)
Has the bloc really been the force for peace in the region that some claim?
ASEAN Is Not a Security Community (Yet)
China Challenges ASEAN with Land Fills in South China Sea
March 10, 2015
China Challenges ASEAN with Land Fills in South China Sea
With ongoing reclamation work, the outlook for the region remains grim.
China Challenges ASEAN with Land Fills in South China Sea
The Explosive Politics of Voting Rights in Myanmar
March 04, 2015
The Explosive Politics of Voting Rights in Myanmar
The prospects for the country’s beleaguered Rohingya appear bleak.
The Explosive Politics of Voting Rights in Myanmar
Can Atheistic China Play Conflict Mediator in ‘God’s Century’?
February 26, 2015
Can Atheistic China Play Conflict Mediator in ‘God’s Century’?
As China becomes more involved in international conflicts, it will need to understand the role of religion.
Can Atheistic China Play Conflict Mediator in ‘God’s Century’?
Capturing the Spirit of Burma
February 26, 2015
Capturing the Spirit of Burma
A new photo book showcases the beauty of Burma.
Capturing the Spirit of Burma
Questions Remain Over Chinese Involvement in Myanmar Violence
February 26, 2015
Questions Remain Over Chinese Involvement in Myanmar Violence
Accusations of Chinese interference in the ethnic conflict continue to plague China-Myanmar relations.
Questions Remain Over Chinese Involvement in Myanmar Violence
Refugee Crisis on Myanmar-China Border
February 23, 2015
Refugee Crisis on Myanmar-China Border
Clashes between the Kokang rebels and Burmese troops have forced civilians to flee.
Refugee Crisis on Myanmar-China Border
Myanmar Shelves Projects
February 10, 2015
Myanmar Shelves Projects
Local authorities suspend work on several projects citing cultural heritage concerns.
Myanmar Shelves Projects
Mackinder Revisited: Will China Establish Eurasian Empire 3.0?
February 07, 2015
Mackinder Revisited: Will China Establish Eurasian Empire 3.0?
China has emerged as a new contender for control over Mackinder’s “Heartland.”
Mackinder Revisited: Will China Establish Eurasian Empire 3.0?
The White House Releases a New National Security Strategy
February 07, 2015
The White House Releases a New National Security Strategy
The new document is meant to explain the purpose and promise of American power in the years ahead.
The White House Releases a New National Security Strategy
Was Colonialism Good for Asia?
February 05, 2015
Was Colonialism Good for Asia?
In controversial remarks, Taipei's new mayor argued that colonialism is the secret to "more advanced" culture today.
Was Colonialism Good for Asia?
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