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To Make in India, Look East
May 05, 2015
To Make in India, Look East
Southeast Asia offers enormous potential for Indian companies.
To Make in India, Look East
Chimerica in Decline?
May 04, 2015
Chimerica in Decline?
It is not America in decline, but Chimerica, the hybrid phantom state that was to be the acme of market-based integration.
Chimerica in Decline?
Indonesia Executions: Spotlight on Australian Federal Police
May 03, 2015
Indonesia Executions: Spotlight on Australian Federal Police
Australian parliament plans an inquiry into the AFP’s role in the fates of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Indonesia Executions: Spotlight on Australian Federal Police
Will Indonesia’s Fighter Jet Malfunction Affect Its Defense Policy?
May 03, 2015
Will Indonesia’s Fighter Jet Malfunction Affect Its Defense Policy?
A recent incident has caused some to question past decisions.
Will Indonesia’s Fighter Jet Malfunction Affect Its Defense Policy?
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
May 03, 2015
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
The election day may be free and fair, but that will not necessarily usher in a truly democratic government.
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
Nepal: Lessons from Disaster
May 01, 2015
Nepal: Lessons from Disaster
Last week's earthquake is a tragic reminder of the perils of outdated practices and failures of governance.
Nepal: Lessons from Disaster
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
May 01, 2015
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
Despite recent signs of modest progress, the fight to save Indonesia’s natural forests is far from being won.
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
India's Growing Muslim Population: A Political Challenge?
May 01, 2015
India's Growing Muslim Population: A Political Challenge?
India’s Muslim community will become the world’s biggest by midcentury, according to a new study.
India's Growing Muslim Population: A Political Challenge?
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
April 30, 2015
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
The bloc has rarely discussed the death penalty. It is time it did.
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
April 29, 2015
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
Diplomatic blowback begins following the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
Rethinking Japan's Record on Apologies
April 29, 2015
Rethinking Japan's Record on Apologies
Although hardly without blemish, Japan has been remarkably forthcoming about its wartime past.
Rethinking Japan's Record on Apologies
China Is Now One of Indonesia's Top Ten Investors
April 29, 2015
China Is Now One of Indonesia's Top Ten Investors
Beijing makes the cut for the first time.
China Is Now One of Indonesia's Top Ten Investors
4 Ways China Can Become a Global Governance Leader
April 28, 2015
4 Ways China Can Become a Global Governance Leader
Steps China can take to remake itself into a leader on global governance issues.
4 Ways China Can Become a Global Governance Leader
What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?
April 28, 2015
What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?
A look at what the regional grouping accomplished after the recent summit in Malaysia.
What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
April 28, 2015
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
Xinhua uses historical issues to question the wisdom of a close US-Japan alliance.
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
April 27, 2015
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
European covert action forces may be needed in the Mediterranean Sea.
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
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