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Thailand Completes Troubling New Constitution
April 18, 2015
Thailand Completes Troubling New Constitution
The first draft of the charter contains some worrying provisions.
Thailand Completes Troubling New Constitution
An 'All Weather' Encounter: China's Xi Jinping Heads to Pakistan
April 18, 2015
An 'All Weather' Encounter: China's Xi Jinping Heads to Pakistan
Chinese President Xi Jinping will head to Pakistan next week. What's on the agenda?
An 'All Weather' Encounter: China's Xi Jinping Heads to Pakistan
Exploring the Indus Valley's Secrets
April 18, 2015
Exploring the Indus Valley's Secrets
The oldest archaeologically attested civilization in South Asia continues to charm the world.
Exploring the Indus Valley's Secrets
Kazakhstan’s Massive Oil Field Is Finally Getting Repaired
April 17, 2015
Kazakhstan’s Massive Oil Field Is Finally Getting Repaired
Production at the largest oil fields found in 30 years is scheduled to resume in 2017.
Kazakhstan’s Massive Oil Field Is Finally Getting Repaired
China’s AIIB and the US Reputation Risk
April 16, 2015
China’s AIIB and the US Reputation Risk
What are the implications of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank for the next U.S. president?
China’s AIIB and the US Reputation Risk
The Politics of Rebalance: The Future of US Leadership In Asia
April 16, 2015
The Politics of Rebalance: The Future of US Leadership In Asia
How will U.S. presidential candidates frame the future of U.S. policy towards Asia?
The Politics of Rebalance: The Future of US Leadership In Asia
Can the United States and Russia Jointly Combat Afghan Heroin?
April 16, 2015
Can the United States and Russia Jointly Combat Afghan Heroin?
A new report wants Moscow and Washington to work together to fight drug trafficking.
Can the United States and Russia Jointly Combat Afghan Heroin?
The Global Arms Trade and the ‘Hyundaization’ Threat
April 15, 2015
The Global Arms Trade and the ‘Hyundaization’ Threat
Rumors of the demise of U.S. arms trade dominance are exaggerated.
The Global Arms Trade and the ‘Hyundaization’ Threat
What is the Future of Naval Warfare?
April 15, 2015
What is the Future of Naval Warfare?
A new report attempts to shed light on how precision-guided weapons will impact future maritime battles.
What is the Future of Naval Warfare?
Why Is Central Asia Excited About the Iran Deal?
April 15, 2015
Why Is Central Asia Excited About the Iran Deal?
Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in particular are keen to see progress in the negotiations between Iran and the P5+1.
Why Is Central Asia Excited About the Iran Deal?
These Russian Missiles Will Make Bombing Iran Riskier
April 14, 2015
These Russian Missiles Will Make Bombing Iran Riskier
Moscow is making a strong effort to improve ties with Tehran.
These Russian Missiles Will Make Bombing Iran Riskier
Sold: Russian S-400 Missile Defense Systems to China
April 14, 2015
Sold: Russian S-400 Missile Defense Systems to China
China will become the first foreign buyer of Russia's S-400 missile defense system.
Sold: Russian S-400 Missile Defense Systems to China
Yes, Kazakhstan Has a Navy
April 14, 2015
Yes, Kazakhstan Has a Navy
The landlocked Central Asian country’s navy is celebrating its birthday this week.
Yes, Kazakhstan Has a Navy
What Might a Hillary Clinton Presidency Mean for Asia?
April 13, 2015
What Might a Hillary Clinton Presidency Mean for Asia?
Hillary Clinton is running for president in 2016. How would U.S. policy toward Asia look under her leadership?
What Might a Hillary Clinton Presidency Mean for Asia?
The End of the Iran Nuclear Journey?
April 12, 2015
The End of the Iran Nuclear Journey?
With the parties having come so close, it will be surprising if they fail to complete their journey.
The End of the Iran Nuclear Journey?
The Limitations of the Iran Deal
April 12, 2015
The Limitations of the Iran Deal
A nuclear agreement is great, but Tehran will continue to have an adversarial, hostile relationship with the West.
The Limitations of the Iran Deal
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