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Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore’s Future
March 28, 2015
Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore’s Future
Singapore is much better prepared for the post-Lee Kuan Yew era than many of its critics admit.
Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore’s Future
India and Pakistan Locked in a Nuclear Naval Arms Race
March 28, 2015
India and Pakistan Locked in a Nuclear Naval Arms Race
A new report provides a useful summary of the naval nuclear dynamics in the Indian Ocean.
India and Pakistan Locked in a Nuclear Naval Arms Race
Protect India’s Daughters
March 27, 2015
Protect India’s Daughters
“The most populous democracy in the world, India must rise above misogyny and violence to protect its daughters.”
Protect India’s Daughters
Afghans in America: Takeaways from Ghani and Abdullah's US Visit
March 27, 2015
Afghans in America: Takeaways from Ghani and Abdullah's US Visit
Can Afghanistan's problem be solved by a shift to a parliamentary system of government?
Afghans in America: Takeaways from Ghani and Abdullah's US Visit
China Slams Philippines For South China Sea ‘Hypocrisy’
March 27, 2015
China Slams Philippines For South China Sea ‘Hypocrisy’
Beijing turns the tables on Manila for resuming works in the South China Sea.
China Slams Philippines For South China Sea ‘Hypocrisy’
A Celebration in Northeast India
March 27, 2015
A Celebration in Northeast India
The Doul Utsav (Holi) festival in Assam is a vigorous affair.
A Celebration in Northeast India
China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
March 27, 2015
China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
The two countries may well tussle for influence in postwar Afghanistan, but will also need to work together.
China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
Japan Launches Its Largest Post-World War II Warship
March 27, 2015
Japan Launches Its Largest Post-World War II Warship
Plus, a new Chinese sub design, North Korean chemical weapons, an Indian naval accident and more. Defense links.
Japan Launches Its Largest Post-World War II Warship
Diplomatic Access: Timor-Leste
March 27, 2015
Diplomatic Access: Timor-Leste
Timor-Leste Ambassador Domingos Sarmento Alves on regional connectivity, fighting poverty, and more.
Diplomatic Access: Timor-Leste
Lee Kuan Yew Believed in India
March 26, 2015
Lee Kuan Yew Believed in India
Lee Kuan Yew was both an admirer and critic of India.
Lee Kuan Yew Believed in India
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
March 26, 2015
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
A true focus on Asia is critical not only to compete with China, but to stay relevant in the 21st century.
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
India Unveils New Coastal Surveillance Radar Network
March 26, 2015
India Unveils New Coastal Surveillance Radar Network
With an eye on maritime domain awareness, India is investing in coastal surveillance networks.
India Unveils New Coastal Surveillance Radar Network
India and Pakistan: Between 'Disgust' and Dialogue
March 25, 2015
India and Pakistan: Between 'Disgust' and Dialogue
Delhi has channeled renewed energy into reviving its relationship with Islamabad. Is it worth the hassle?
India and Pakistan: Between 'Disgust' and Dialogue
Democracy Loses in Maldives as Former President Jailed
March 24, 2015
Democracy Loses in Maldives as Former President Jailed
The country’s first democratically elected president faces a long prison term after a particularly dubious conviction.
Democracy Loses in Maldives as Former President Jailed
Do Productivity Gains Explain India’s Recent GDP Growth?
March 24, 2015
Do Productivity Gains Explain India’s Recent GDP Growth?
India’s recent economic growth has been impressive, and may be explained by rising productivity.
Do Productivity Gains Explain India’s Recent GDP Growth?
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
March 24, 2015
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
New agreements to upgrade the country’s rail network could make Thailand a major regional transportation hub.
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
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