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Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
July 31, 2015
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
A look at Canberra's role - or lack thereof.
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden
July 31, 2015
Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden
Without Chinese revelations about Chinese hacking and espionage, a cyber-détente is unlikely.
Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
July 30, 2015
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
The Financial Times acquisition is part of a much larger M&A wave.
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
Cambodia: A New South China Sea Mediator Between China and ASEAN?
July 28, 2015
Cambodia: A New South China Sea Mediator Between China and ASEAN?
A recent suggestion by the country’s foreign minister is a rather curious one.
Cambodia: A New South China Sea Mediator Between China and ASEAN?
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
July 27, 2015
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
The trade deal would be a giant step for the four Southeast Asian countries currently in talks.
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
July 27, 2015
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Joint exercise to run from July 27-28.
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Indonesia’s Asian Fulcrum Idea
July 24, 2015
Indonesia’s Asian Fulcrum Idea
A new proposal exposes the inconsistency in Jakarta's worldview.
Indonesia’s Asian Fulcrum Idea
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
July 23, 2015
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
The Diplomat launches a new series on the region's refugee crisis. Here's why it matters.
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes: Top US Diplomat
July 22, 2015
US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes: Top US Diplomat
America’s top diplomat for East Asia clarifies the country’s outlook in a keynote speech.
US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes: Top US Diplomat
Asia’s Economic Competitiveness: Dynamism And Diversity
July 21, 2015
Asia’s Economic Competitiveness: Dynamism And Diversity
Insights from Raja Teh Maimunah
Asia’s Economic Competitiveness: Dynamism And Diversity
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
July 21, 2015
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
The new bank offers a chance for India to pursue its own plans for regional connectivity.
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
July 20, 2015
Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
When it comes to his new security legislation, the prime minister should listen to the Japanese people.
Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
India Navy Chief to Boost Defense Cooperation on Southeast Asia Voyage
July 20, 2015
India Navy Chief to Boost Defense Cooperation on Southeast Asia Voyage
Visit to Singapore and Thailand to strengthen naval cooperation and boost ‘Act East Policy’
India Navy Chief to Boost Defense Cooperation on Southeast Asia Voyage
China and Japan: Toward a Xi-Abe Summit?
July 18, 2015
China and Japan: Toward a Xi-Abe Summit?
A recent meeting in Beijing is a baby step toward a bilateral summit -- provided historical issues don't get in the way.
China and Japan: Toward a Xi-Abe Summit?
Sri Lanka and China Wrap Up Silk Route 2015 Military Exercise
July 18, 2015
Sri Lanka and China Wrap Up Silk Route 2015 Military Exercise
Sri Lanka's Army and China's People's Liberation Army just concluded their second-ever joint exercise.
Sri Lanka and China Wrap Up Silk Route 2015 Military Exercise
A New Indonesia Military Base Near the South China Sea?
July 17, 2015
A New Indonesia Military Base Near the South China Sea?
A new plan needs to be put into proper perspective.
A New Indonesia Military Base Near the South China Sea?
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