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Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates and the Palestine Pledge
July 20, 2014
Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates and the Palestine Pledge
Both Widodo and Subianto have pledged aid to the Palestinians.
Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates and the Palestine Pledge
A Crossroads for Indonesia
July 19, 2014
A Crossroads for Indonesia
Recent Indonesian elections were a tight race between diametrically opposed candidates.
A Crossroads for Indonesia
Corporate Japan’s Best Chance for Survival: Abroad
July 18, 2014
Corporate Japan’s Best Chance for Survival: Abroad
With dim long-term growth prospects at home, companies innovate overseas.
Corporate Japan’s Best Chance for Survival: Abroad
Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
July 18, 2014
Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
Markets are considering the likely economic policies of the two candidates for the Indonesian presidency.
Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
China-US Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order
July 18, 2014
China-US Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order
China and the US need to make another grand bargain and transform the regional security order.
China-US Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order
Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2014
July 16, 2014
Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2014
A look at the recent presidential election in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
July 16, 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
A new Pew survey finds that Asia nations fear a military conflict with China, but still view it favorable.
Asia Fears But Likes China
Language and Basic Rights in India: Beyond English
July 16, 2014
Language and Basic Rights in India: Beyond English
Why India cannot become truly integrated or democratic until it uses its native languages more.
Language and Basic Rights in India: Beyond English
Submarine Modernization in East Asia
July 14, 2014
Submarine Modernization in East Asia
Countries around the region are upgrading their submarine fleets.
Submarine Modernization in East Asia
China and Strategic Imbalance
July 14, 2014
China and Strategic Imbalance
‘This is the decade of power transitions in Asia.’
China and Strategic Imbalance
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
July 13, 2014
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
Afghanistan’s natural resources require a well-planned, long-term strategy. Can it come up with one?
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
July 12, 2014
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
An election outcome in the balance leaves Indonesia exposed to some disturbing outcomes.
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
Reconstructing India’s Relationship With Indonesia
July 11, 2014
Reconstructing India’s Relationship With Indonesia
The bilateral relationship represents the possibilities of the Global South.
Reconstructing India’s Relationship With Indonesia
Ten Myths About Japan’s Collective Self-Defense Change
July 10, 2014
Ten Myths About Japan’s Collective Self-Defense Change
What the critics don’t understand about Japan’s constitutional reinterpretation.
Ten Myths About Japan’s Collective Self-Defense Change
How South Asia Resolves Maritime Disputes
July 10, 2014
How South Asia Resolves Maritime Disputes
South Asia’s use of international tribunals to settle maritime disputes should be emulated in East Asia.
How South Asia Resolves Maritime Disputes
Indonesia Polls: Early Count Suggests Widodo Wins
July 09, 2014
Indonesia Polls: Early Count Suggests Widodo Wins
Widodo has a 5 point lead, but some analysts worry about manipulation of the final vote.
Indonesia Polls: Early Count Suggests Widodo Wins
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