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Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
October 01, 2014
Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
There's a heavy sigh from viewers in Asia as Canberra loses an important plank in its soft power.
Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
September 26, 2014
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
The Australian government tries to bury a much-maligned resettlement deal for asylum seekers.
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
Why Cambodian Garment Workers Are on Strike Again
September 25, 2014
Why Cambodian Garment Workers Are on Strike Again
Workers revive their campaign, trying to learn the lessons of the violent strike earlier in the year.
Why Cambodian Garment Workers Are on Strike Again
Jokowi’s Priorities
September 20, 2014
Jokowi’s Priorities
A slowing economy, a poor education system, and crumbling infrastructure – there is much to choose from.
Jokowi’s Priorities
China Pushes 'Maritime Silk Road' in South, Southeast Asia
September 17, 2014
China Pushes 'Maritime Silk Road' in South, Southeast Asia
The MSR is embraced by Sri Lanka and the Maldives, but may hit a snag over South China Sea tensions.
China Pushes 'Maritime Silk Road' in South, Southeast Asia
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
September 14, 2014
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
The assumption that this coup will be like all the rest is based on flawed thinking.
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
September 13, 2014
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Canada has stepped up its outreach to ASEAN. Will it last?
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
September 12, 2014
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Concerns are being voiced about the potential implications of the AEC, particularly for workers.
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy
September 11, 2014
Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy
Cambodia needs to step up its foreign policy, if it is to play a more active role in the region.
Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
September 04, 2014
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
A foreign-led coalition against IS must contain a large contingent from Muslim countries.
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
August 22, 2014
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
A key report thinks that the new economic community could deliver real gains, but carries a risk of more inequality.
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
August 21, 2014
‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
A turn toward military normalization threatens Japan position as a peaceful international leader.
‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
Interview: Ruchira Gupta
August 21, 2014
Interview: Ruchira Gupta
Emmy-winning filmmaker and activist Ruchira Gupta on the fight against trafficking and rape in India.
Interview: Ruchira Gupta
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
August 20, 2014
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
Chinese government crackdowns may accelerate a trend that is seeing foreign firms move production elsewhere.
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
August 17, 2014
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
Now a magnet for foreign investors, Myanmar’s challenge is to ensure the investment benefits the nation.
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
August 15, 2014
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
The US today could draw some useful lessons for its Asia policy from the administration of President Gerald Ford.
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
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