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Asia’s Biggest Worry Isn’t Grexit
July 06, 2015
Asia’s Biggest Worry Isn’t Grexit
A potential meltdown closer to home has regional investors far more concerned.
Asia’s Biggest Worry Isn’t Grexit
The Trouble With Indonesia's Rudderless Economic Policy
July 04, 2015
The Trouble With Indonesia's Rudderless Economic Policy
Concerns are growing that the Jokowi government does not have a clear direction.
The Trouble With Indonesia's Rudderless Economic Policy
Time to Rethink the Australia-Indonesia Relationship
July 04, 2015
Time to Rethink the Australia-Indonesia Relationship
Canberra can do more to inject a measure of purpose and connection into bilateral ties.
Time to Rethink the Australia-Indonesia Relationship
Why India Should Join China's New Maritime Silk Road
July 03, 2015
Why India Should Join China's New Maritime Silk Road
India cannot miss out on this opportunity.
Why India Should Join China's New Maritime Silk Road
The American Colonel Who Changed Asia
July 03, 2015
The American Colonel Who Changed Asia
Who is the most famous Kentuckian?
The American Colonel Who Changed Asia
Australia’s Direction on Defense
July 02, 2015
Australia’s Direction on Defense
Military and political leaders discuss the direction for the ADF at a recent conference.
Australia’s Direction on Defense
Singapore’s Biggest Military Challenge
July 02, 2015
Singapore’s Biggest Military Challenge
The country’s defense minister reveals how it is contending with its most potent threat.
Singapore’s Biggest Military Challenge
Confronting China’s 'New' Military Challenge in the South China Sea
July 02, 2015
Confronting China’s 'New' Military Challenge in the South China Sea
Beijing is just getting started, and its actions demand a response.
Confronting China’s 'New' Military Challenge in the South China Sea
Indonesia’s Deadly Air Force Plane Crash
June 30, 2015
Indonesia’s Deadly Air Force Plane Crash
Over a hundred people are feared dead in the country's latest air tragedy.
Indonesia’s Deadly Air Force Plane Crash
Time for the Philippines to Adjust its South China Sea Approach
June 30, 2015
Time for the Philippines to Adjust its South China Sea Approach
Manila should pursue dialogue with Beijing while it still can.
Time for the Philippines to Adjust its South China Sea Approach
U.S. Asia Policy: The Africa-Asia Angle
June 30, 2015
U.S. Asia Policy: The Africa-Asia Angle
Insights from U.S. Ambassador Cameron Hume.
U.S. Asia Policy: The Africa-Asia Angle
'Historic' AIIB Signing Marks Beginning of New Era, China Says
June 30, 2015
'Historic' AIIB Signing Marks Beginning of New Era, China Says
The AIIB agreement was signed in Beijing on June 29.
'Historic' AIIB Signing Marks Beginning of New Era, China Says
Inside the West Papua Resistance
June 29, 2015
Inside the West Papua Resistance
In the jungles of West Papua with the military wing of the Organisasi Papua Merdeka.
Inside the West Papua Resistance
The Rohingya and Islamic Extremism: A Convenient Myth
June 29, 2015
The Rohingya and Islamic Extremism: A Convenient Myth
Myanmar is pursuing a narrative that rests on dubious evidence.
The Rohingya and Islamic Extremism: A Convenient Myth
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
June 29, 2015
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
After a worrying drop in tourism numbers, some European visitors will find it easier to enter Vietnam.
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
Indonesian SMEs and the ASEAN Economic Community
June 28, 2015
Indonesian SMEs and the ASEAN Economic Community
Indonesia’s president needs to lead in preparing the country’s small business sector for 2015.
Indonesian SMEs and the ASEAN Economic Community
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