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Australia's Emerging Amphibious Warfare Capabilities
August 22, 2014
Australia's Emerging Amphibious Warfare Capabilities
Australia's new Landing-Helicopter Dock (LHD) amphibious ships will be a game changer for its ability to project force.
Australia's Emerging Amphibious Warfare Capabilities
Amazon Will Test Drone Delivery System in India
August 21, 2014
Amazon Will Test Drone Delivery System in India
Amazon Prime Air might first be tested in Indian cities like Mumbai and Bangalore.
Amazon Will Test Drone Delivery System in India
How Pakistan's Military Benefits from Civilian Unrest
August 21, 2014
How Pakistan's Military Benefits from Civilian Unrest
Pakistan is experiencing its greatest domestic crisis in years. Can democracy and civilian rule prevail?
How Pakistan's Military Benefits from Civilian Unrest
It's Official: India's Congress Won't Lead the Opposition
August 21, 2014
It's Official: India's Congress Won't Lead the Opposition
The Speaker of the Lok Sabha has decided that the Congress Party can't lead the opposition.
It's Official: India's Congress Won't Lead the Opposition
Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
August 20, 2014
Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
There is no magic bullet for the region’s troubles, but smaller initiatives can produce incremental gains.
Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
August 20, 2014
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
Work in Asia, live in Australasia is the message from the latest global surveys of economic clout and livability.
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
India-Pakistan Talks Cancellation: What Went Wrong?
August 20, 2014
India-Pakistan Talks Cancellation: What Went Wrong?
Is India entering a new diplomatic era in terms of how it approaches Pakistan?
India-Pakistan Talks Cancellation: What Went Wrong?
New Delhi Cancels India-Pakistan Talks
August 20, 2014
New Delhi Cancels India-Pakistan Talks
Rapprochement between the two nations suffers as India cancels talks due to Pakistan meeting Kashmiri separatists.
New Delhi Cancels India-Pakistan Talks
India Inaugurates Largest Indigenously Built Warship
August 20, 2014
India Inaugurates Largest Indigenously Built Warship
Modi uses a warship’s inauguration to articulate a comprehensive vision of India’s defense and maritime strategies.
India Inaugurates Largest Indigenously Built Warship
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
August 19, 2014
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
It is in Europe’s interests to join in defending the concept of freedom of navigation.
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
India and China Develop Military-to-Military Ties Along Disputed Border
August 19, 2014
India and China Develop Military-to-Military Ties Along Disputed Border
The Indian Army invited Chinese troops to participate in Indian Independence Day celebrations in eastern Ladakh.
India and China Develop Military-to-Military Ties Along Disputed Border
The New Face of Japan’s Leadership
August 18, 2014
The New Face of Japan’s Leadership
A Cabinet of new ministers could make holding course difficult on Abe’s flagship policies.
The New Face of Japan’s Leadership
Is There a Crisis in Pakistan?
August 18, 2014
Is There a Crisis in Pakistan?
Opposition leaders threaten the new government, while the military balances against Sharif.
Is There a Crisis in Pakistan?
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
August 18, 2014
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
Modi has an opportunity to make inroads into the energy-rich region, but will need some clever diplomacy.
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
Modi Set to Visit Abe in Japan On Aug 31
August 18, 2014
Modi Set to Visit Abe in Japan On Aug 31
This first state visit will highlight how closely the two leaders can cooperate on trade and defense deals.
Modi Set to Visit Abe in Japan On Aug 31
Nepal’s Wait for a New Constitution
August 18, 2014
Nepal’s Wait for a New Constitution
Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh on Nepal's constitutional journey and relations with India and China.
Nepal’s Wait for a New Constitution
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