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India: The Odd BRIC Out
September 02, 2014
India: The Odd BRIC Out
India must strike a balance between its new emerging partners and beneficial Western ties.
India: The Odd BRIC Out
Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Reshuffle
September 02, 2014
Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Reshuffle
The cabinet members may change, but the far-right ideology will remain the same.
Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Reshuffle
What Can We Do to Tackle Disaster Risks in Small Island Developing States?
September 01, 2014
What Can We Do to Tackle Disaster Risks in Small Island Developing States?
Vulnerable to natural disasters, small islands developing states need both local and global expertise.
What Can We Do to Tackle Disaster Risks in Small Island Developing States?
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
August 31, 2014
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
North Korea may be impervious to sanctions, but not from climate change, Asia's economy and self-inflicted wounds
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
August 30, 2014
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
The number of Chinese students applying to US grad schools has tapered, but this should not be cause for alarm.
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
Filipino and Fijian Peacekeepers Trapped and Captured in Syria
August 30, 2014
Filipino and Fijian Peacekeepers Trapped and Captured in Syria
APAC peacekeepers are captured in Syria, IS spreads to Southeast Asia, and Kissiner ponders order. Weekend links.
Filipino and Fijian Peacekeepers Trapped and Captured in Syria
China’s APEC Diplomacy
August 30, 2014
China’s APEC Diplomacy
From India and the US to Japan and Taiwan, the 2014 APEC summit presents interesting diplomatic opportunities for China.
China’s APEC Diplomacy
India’s Border Infrastructure: Beyond the BRO
August 29, 2014
India’s Border Infrastructure: Beyond the BRO
India’s lack of infrastructure puts it at a distinct disadvantage in border disputes with China.
India’s Border Infrastructure: Beyond the BRO
Myanmar’s Great Power Balancing Act
August 29, 2014
Myanmar’s Great Power Balancing Act
In balancing its relations with China and India, Myanmar is continuing a well-established practice.
Myanmar’s Great Power Balancing Act
India Pushing Nuclear Pact At Modi-Abe Summit
August 29, 2014
India Pushing Nuclear Pact At Modi-Abe Summit
Despite representing a huge new market, Japan must still be cautious in exporting nuclear technology.
India Pushing Nuclear Pact At Modi-Abe Summit
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
August 29, 2014
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
As past efforts have shown, Modi and Sharif must get personally involved to resolve the long-running dispute.
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
August 29, 2014
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Pakistanis have a more favorable view of India and the U.S. than of either the Taliban or al-Qaeda.
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Indian Launches Plan to Give Poor Bank Accounts
August 29, 2014
Indian Launches Plan to Give Poor Bank Accounts
The policy represents a major shift in how India handles welfare.
Indian Launches Plan to Give Poor Bank Accounts
Japanese Cultural Influence Grows in India
August 29, 2014
Japanese Cultural Influence Grows in India
Japanese culture is permeating India, precipitating closer ties between the two countries.
Japanese Cultural Influence Grows in India
10 Biggest Asian Sports Stars
August 28, 2014
10 Biggest Asian Sports Stars
A look at the biggest Asian names in world sport today.
10 Biggest Asian Sports Stars
Progress for Asia’s Women?
August 28, 2014
Progress for Asia’s Women?
As the anniversary of the UN conference in Beijing nears, the spotlight is falling on Asia’s women.
Progress for Asia’s Women?
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