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Interview: Adrian Levy
April 18, 2014
Interview: Adrian Levy
The Diplomat’s Gautham Ashok speaks with Adrian Levy, coauthor with Cathy Scott-Clark of The Siege: 68 Hours Inside the Taj Hotel.
Interview: Adrian Levy
How Long Can Narendra Modi Evade Questions?
April 18, 2014
How Long Can Narendra Modi Evade Questions?
Never before has a prospective Indian Prime Minister polarized so many. Can Narendra Modi address his past?
How Long Can Narendra Modi Evade Questions?
Russia Accelerates Asia Pivot
April 18, 2014
Russia Accelerates Asia Pivot
Putin has created a special economic zone in the Far East as part of a broader effort to boost ties to Asia.
Russia Accelerates Asia Pivot
Malaysia, Turkey Sign Free Trade Agreement
April 18, 2014
Malaysia, Turkey Sign Free Trade Agreement
Malaysia and Turkey signed a Free Trade Agreement that is expected to boost trade to $5 billion by 2018.
Malaysia, Turkey Sign Free Trade Agreement
Is an Asian NATO Possible?
April 17, 2014
Is an Asian NATO Possible?
A future NATO-like organization in Asia seems more likely than a European NATO seemed at the end of WWII.
Is an Asian NATO Possible?
Yunnan: China’s Bridgehead to Southeast Asia and Beyond
April 16, 2014
Yunnan: China’s Bridgehead to Southeast Asia and Beyond
The southwest province deserves to be known for more than the recent terrorist attack.
Yunnan: China’s Bridgehead to Southeast Asia and Beyond
India's 2014 General Election: A Primer
April 16, 2014
India's 2014 General Election: A Primer
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. Milan Vaishnav about the issues driving India's 2014 general election and what the future might hold for India.
India's 2014 General Election: A Primer
Sorry, the Protests Have Undermined Taiwan’s Reputation
April 15, 2014
Sorry, the Protests Have Undermined Taiwan’s Reputation
The protests have had both economic and political implications for the island, argues Charles I-hsin Chen.
Sorry, the Protests Have Undermined Taiwan’s Reputation
Indian Supreme Court Creates ‘Third Gender’ Category for Transgenders
April 15, 2014
Indian Supreme Court Creates ‘Third Gender’ Category for Transgenders
The Indian Supreme Court’s ruling on Tuesday aims to empower India’s Hirja population.
Indian Supreme Court Creates ‘Third Gender’ Category for Transgenders
US Drives Down Global Defense Spending
April 15, 2014
US Drives Down Global Defense Spending
The countries with the 15 largest military budgets in 2013 accounted for a whopping 79 percent of global defense spending.
US Drives Down Global Defense Spending
No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine
April 15, 2014
No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine
The BJP will not abandon India's no first-use (NFU) nuclear doctrine.
No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine
Asia-Pacific Has Seven of the World’s Top 20 Global Cities
April 15, 2014
Asia-Pacific Has Seven of the World’s Top 20 Global Cities
East Asia has a high number of global cities, according to a biannual ranking, while ASEAN and South Asia lag behind.
Asia-Pacific Has Seven of the World’s Top 20 Global Cities
Room for India-China Cooperation in Afghanistan?
April 15, 2014
Room for India-China Cooperation in Afghanistan?
There are good strategic reasons for India and China to cooperate in Afghanistan.
Room for India-China Cooperation in Afghanistan?
India’s Latin American Policy: Looking Beyond Brazil
April 12, 2014
India’s Latin American Policy: Looking Beyond Brazil
For many years, India has focused its Latin American policy almost exclusively on Brazil. It is time for that to change.
India’s Latin American Policy: Looking Beyond Brazil
Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?
April 12, 2014
Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?
During his upcoming visit, the U.S. president should not ignore the serious recent setbacks in Malaysian democracy.
Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?
Obama’s Approval Rating Rises in Asia
April 12, 2014
Obama’s Approval Rating Rises in Asia
Obama’s approval ratings in Asia rose 8 percent last year, even as they declined among those most concerned about China.
Obama’s Approval Rating Rises in Asia
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