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North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
September 20, 2014
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
The Hermit Kingdom is coming out of its shell this month with a series of unusual diplomatic overtures.
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
How Much Can China Offer in Africa’s Ebola Crisis?
September 20, 2014
How Much Can China Offer in Africa’s Ebola Crisis?
A lot, according to Chinese state media. The reality is more complicated.
How Much Can China Offer in Africa’s Ebola Crisis?
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
September 19, 2014
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
Chinese government ships are reducing visits, plus weekend Japanese security and foreign policy links.
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
September 19, 2014
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
The Chinese online retailer is poised to challenge Amazon, but investors should beware its corporate structure.
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
Taiwan Is <i>Not</i> Overly Dependent on China
September 19, 2014
Taiwan Is Not Overly Dependent on China
A Taiwan government official responds to a recent Diplomat article.
Taiwan Is Not Overly Dependent on China
Can India and China Overcome Their Border Dispute?
September 19, 2014
Can India and China Overcome Their Border Dispute?
Despite voiced commitments to closer ties, the border issue continues to overshadow China-India relations.
Can India and China Overcome Their Border Dispute?
Time to End Ban on Weapons Sales to Vietnam
September 18, 2014
Time to End Ban on Weapons Sales to Vietnam
Washington needs a strong partner in Vietnam to counter Chinese aggression in the South China Sea.
Time to End Ban on Weapons Sales to Vietnam
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
September 18, 2014
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
Tokyo, Beijing and Seoul may temporarily overlook diplomatic spats for economic gains.
Signs of Improvement in Frosty Northeast Asian Relations?
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
September 18, 2014
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
The circuit comes back for Singapore’s Grand Prix, with more than a little drama.
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
Xi Jinping in India: A Breakthrough in Relations?
September 18, 2014
Xi Jinping in India: A Breakthrough in Relations?
The Chinese president is in India hoping to manage a complex economic and security relationship.
Xi Jinping in India: A Breakthrough in Relations?
Three Approaches to Japan’s Energy Problem
September 18, 2014
Three Approaches to Japan’s Energy Problem
New technologies are available, but have yet to gain popular acceptance.
Three Approaches to Japan’s Energy Problem
Dispatch From Hawaii
September 18, 2014
Dispatch From Hawaii
The Naval Diplomat explores how to lie with art and Hawaii’s lessons for the U.S. today.
Dispatch From Hawaii
Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
September 18, 2014
Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
Plus, al-Qaeda in Myanmar and why are Japanese citizens still buying CDs? General interest links.
Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
Xi-Modi Summit Begins With Broad Agenda
September 18, 2014
Xi-Modi Summit Begins With Broad Agenda
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in India for a three-day summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Xi-Modi Summit Begins With Broad Agenda
No, Kim Jong-un's Not Visiting China (Yet)
September 17, 2014
No, Kim Jong-un's Not Visiting China (Yet)
Widely quoted comments by China's ambassador to Seoul don't indicate plans for Kim Jong-un to visit China.
No, Kim Jong-un's Not Visiting China (Yet)
Japan Inc. Looks Abroad for Demand
September 17, 2014
Japan Inc. Looks Abroad for Demand
The Japanese government and big business are pointing the way toward future growth.
Japan Inc. Looks Abroad for Demand
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