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After India's NSG Hiccup in Seoul, Time to Move on
July 01, 2016
After India's NSG Hiccup in Seoul, Time to Move on
NSG membership is still possible for Modi, but it will take concerted diplomatic efforts.
After India's NSG Hiccup in Seoul, Time to Move on
What Does Japan See in Zimbabwe?
July 01, 2016
What Does Japan See in Zimbabwe?
The strategic rationale behind Tokyo's outreach to Harare.
What Does Japan See in Zimbabwe?
Hina Rabbani Khar's Message to Pakistan's Intelligentsia
July 01, 2016
Hina Rabbani Khar's Message to Pakistan's Intelligentsia
"It is only when Pakistan genuinely looks within that its problems will be resolved."
Hina Rabbani Khar's Message to Pakistan's Intelligentsia
Philippines Enters the Duterte Era
July 01, 2016
Philippines Enters the Duterte Era
In his inaugural address, the new president gave a glimpse of what to expect during his term.
Philippines Enters the Duterte Era
Brexit Is Bad News for Taiwan
July 01, 2016
Brexit Is Bad News for Taiwan
With the U.K.’s withdrawal from the European Union, Taiwan will lose one of its most significant allies within the EU.
Brexit Is Bad News for Taiwan
Pakistan's Shaheen-III Ballistic Missile May Use Chinese Transporter
July 01, 2016
Pakistan's Shaheen-III Ballistic Missile May Use Chinese Transporter
Does Pakistan's Shaheen-III ballistic missile use a Chinese transporter?
Pakistan's Shaheen-III Ballistic Missile May Use Chinese Transporter
China Congratulates Philippines' New President Duterte
July 01, 2016
China Congratulates Philippines' New President Duterte
China hopes to turn over a new leaf in relations with Manila.
China Congratulates Philippines' New President Duterte
Mongolian People’s Party Routs Democratic Party in Parliamentary Elections
July 01, 2016
Mongolian People’s Party Routs Democratic Party in Parliamentary Elections
Independent observers called the election orderly and competitive, but tainted by last-minute electoral legislation.
Mongolian People’s Party Routs Democratic Party in Parliamentary Elections
Why Southeast Asian Countries Avoid Tilting Too Far Toward the US
July 01, 2016
Why Southeast Asian Countries Avoid Tilting Too Far Toward the US
Despite more U.S. engagement, Southeast Asian countries are getting better at hedging.
Why Southeast Asian Countries Avoid Tilting Too Far Toward the US
The US and the 1992 Consensus
July 01, 2016
The US and the 1992 Consensus
Looking at the recent comments by AIT Chairman Raymond Burghardt.
The US and the 1992 Consensus
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
June 30, 2016
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
China's assertiveness -- and U.S. hedging -- is a natural part of a power transition. It's also dangerous.
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
Wukan Stirs Again
June 30, 2016
Wukan Stirs Again
China's most famous democratically elected official gives a televised confession while constituents protest his arrest.
Wukan Stirs Again
What Sort of Defense Build-Up Does Japan Really Need?
June 30, 2016
What Sort of Defense Build-Up Does Japan Really Need?
Amid rising tensions in Northeast Asia, what should Japan's defense priorities be?
What Sort of Defense Build-Up Does Japan Really Need?
Cambodia and Laos: Toward A New Era?
June 30, 2016
Cambodia and Laos: Toward A New Era?
Recent signals suggest that there might be a new era of better ties between the two Southeast Asian states.
Cambodia and Laos: Toward A New Era?
China Dam ‘Political Suicide’ for Myanmar’s New Government: Activist
June 30, 2016
China Dam ‘Political Suicide’ for Myanmar’s New Government: Activist
Approval of controversial Myitsone Dam project seen as unlikely.
China Dam ‘Political Suicide’ for Myanmar’s New Government: Activist
After the Big South China Sea Verdict, What Will ASEAN Say?
June 30, 2016
After the Big South China Sea Verdict, What Will ASEAN Say?
ASEAN foreign ministers will convene days after the highly anticipated South China Sea verdict drops. What will they say?
After the Big South China Sea Verdict, What Will ASEAN Say?
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