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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
East Asia’s Future: Extinction?
August 29, 2014
East Asia’s Future: Extinction?
Recent reports highlight the dire demographic outlook for the region.
East Asia’s Future: Extinction?
Free Trade Agreements: Not As Free As You Think
August 28, 2014
Free Trade Agreements: Not As Free As You Think
There is no free trade with or between major trading partners.
Free Trade Agreements: Not As Free As You Think
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?
Exposing China’s Provocations
August 28, 2014
Exposing China’s Provocations
U.S. and allied forces should film Chinese assertiveness and let the whole world see it firsthand.
Exposing China’s Provocations
Security or Investment: Balancing Japan’s Long-Term Foreign Policy
August 27, 2014
Security or Investment: Balancing Japan’s Long-Term Foreign Policy
Sea lane security and new partners are key to protecting Japan’s far-flung assets.
Security or Investment: Balancing Japan’s Long-Term Foreign Policy
Australia May Help US Bomb Syria
August 27, 2014
Australia May Help US Bomb Syria
U.S. officials believe that Australia and Great Britain will participate in airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
Australia May Help US Bomb Syria
Indonesia Keeps an Eye on the Natuna Archipelago
August 27, 2014
Indonesia Keeps an Eye on the Natuna Archipelago
Indonesia is growing increasingly wary of Beijing's intentions for the Natuna Islands.
Indonesia Keeps an Eye on the Natuna Archipelago
2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia
August 24, 2014
2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia
Setbacks in Thailand, Afghanistan and Bangladesh suggest that democratic reforms are on the retreat.
2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia
The Root Problem of IS in Indonesia
August 23, 2014
The Root Problem of IS in Indonesia
The Islamic State is exploiting the disconnect between real and perceived economic growth.
The Root Problem of IS in Indonesia
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
August 22, 2014
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
A key report thinks that the new economic community could deliver real gains, but carries a risk of more inequality.
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
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
‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
August 21, 2014
‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
A turn toward military normalization threatens Japan position as a peaceful international leader.
‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
August 20, 2014
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
Chinese government crackdowns may accelerate a trend that is seeing foreign firms move production elsewhere.
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
August 19, 2014
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
The arrest of two French journalists is part of a decades-old policy of preventing foreign media scrutiny.
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
Will Indonesia Save the Six Party Talks?
August 16, 2014
Will Indonesia Save the Six Party Talks?
North Korea wants Indonesia to potentially advocate on its behalf on the world stage.
Will Indonesia Save the Six Party Talks?
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