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Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong Denied Vote
July 30, 2014
Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong Denied Vote
Workers in Hong Kong claim they were denied a chance to vote in the recent Indonesian presidential election.
Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong Denied Vote
Delhi Drawn Into Australia’s Refugee Dilemma
July 29, 2014
Delhi Drawn Into Australia’s Refugee Dilemma
Negotiations to buy Australian uranium may complicate the return of asylum seekers to India.
Delhi Drawn Into Australia’s Refugee Dilemma
Thomas Piketty and Asia
July 29, 2014
Thomas Piketty and Asia
The West has been enthralled with Thomas Piketty’s bestseller, but his work seems less persuasive in Asia.
Thomas Piketty and Asia
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
July 28, 2014
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
It is time for the two powers to work together on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
July 27, 2014
IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
The International Monetary Fund downgrades growth for emerging countries in Asia.
IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
Bill Clinton Slams Beijing on South China Sea
July 26, 2014
Bill Clinton Slams Beijing on South China Sea
During a trip to China on Friday, former President Clinton criticized China’s dealings with its smaller neighbors.
Bill Clinton Slams Beijing on South China Sea
Malaysian Leaders Unite for Justice in MH17 Downing
July 25, 2014
Malaysian Leaders Unite for Justice in MH17 Downing
Najib’s negotiations have resulted in widespread support for Malaysia’s position and its victims.
Malaysian Leaders Unite for Justice in MH17 Downing
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
July 25, 2014
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
Canberra’s strong and vocal support for Israel has it at odds with many of its neighbors.
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
China’s Military Diplomacy Heats Up
July 25, 2014
China’s Military Diplomacy Heats Up
The last week has seen China engage in a ferocious amount of military diplomacy.
China’s Military Diplomacy Heats Up
India’s Space Diplomacy
July 25, 2014
India’s Space Diplomacy
The country’s burgeoning space sector could be a useful foreign policy tool.
India’s Space Diplomacy
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
July 24, 2014
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
With the country increasingly engaged with Asia, can it generate more interest in Asian language study?
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
Russia and Malaysia Face Uncertain Future After MH17
July 24, 2014
Russia and Malaysia Face Uncertain Future After MH17
Following the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine, Russia may find its Asian relationships dwindle.
Russia and Malaysia Face Uncertain Future After MH17
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
July 23, 2014
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
His presidency will face early challenges, meaning Joko will need to draw on his popular and regional support.
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
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
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