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Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister
November 25, 2014
Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister
Adenan Satem shocks observers by calling out the state’s rampant corruption.
Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
November 25, 2014
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
Jessica Chen Weiss, author of the book Powerful Patriots, on nationalist protests and China's foreign policy.
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
Hagel's Out -- What About the Pivot to Asia?
November 25, 2014
Hagel's Out -- What About the Pivot to Asia?
Chuck Hagel, despite his flaws, was an asset for the administration's 'pivot' to Asia.
Hagel's Out -- What About the Pivot to Asia?
Could China Save India's Railways?
November 25, 2014
Could China Save India's Railways?
Chinese state-owned firms will conduct a feasibility study for Chinese high-speed rail infrastructure in India.
Could China Save India's Railways?
Bangladesh’s Persistent Water Crisis
November 25, 2014
Bangladesh’s Persistent Water Crisis
Issues with water resource management in Bangladesh have some very broad repercussions.
Bangladesh’s Persistent Water Crisis
3 Reasons People Misunderstand China
November 25, 2014
3 Reasons People Misunderstand China
China is large, fast-changing, and complex -- but many analysts seem to forget this when making predictions.
3 Reasons People Misunderstand China
Can Coffee Replace Opium in Southern Shan State?
November 24, 2014
Can Coffee Replace Opium in Southern Shan State?
A UN initiative is trying to replace poppy cultivation with coffee in Myanmar.
Can Coffee Replace Opium in Southern Shan State?
Troubled Skies Above the East China Sea
November 24, 2014
Troubled Skies Above the East China Sea
In its 2014 Report to Congress, the USCC underscores China’s challenge to the U.S. position in East Asia.
Troubled Skies Above the East China Sea
Why Russia and Japan Are Making Nice
November 24, 2014
Why Russia and Japan Are Making Nice
The two countries have economic and strategic interests in developing relations.
Why Russia and Japan Are Making Nice
American Foreign Policy and Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
November 24, 2014
American Foreign Policy and Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
Ensuring that political dialogue is maintained will be crucial for the transition.
American Foreign Policy and Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
Australia and Great Power Cyber Strategy after APEC
November 24, 2014
Australia and Great Power Cyber Strategy after APEC
It is time to develop a more meaningful cybersecurity dialogue between Australia and China.
Australia and Great Power Cyber Strategy after APEC
India and China: Lessons From a Lost Oil Field in Syria
November 23, 2014
India and China: Lessons From a Lost Oil Field in Syria
Rising energy needs and a turbulent Middle East may drive cooperation between Asia’s two giants.
India and China: Lessons From a Lost Oil Field in Syria
Another Election in Tokyo
November 22, 2014
Another Election in Tokyo
The ruling coalition already has a huge majority in the Japanese parliament. So why go to the polls early?
Another Election in Tokyo
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
November 22, 2014
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
The country will be leading the bloc during a pivotal year. Can it deliver on its promises?
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
It's Official: Japan Will Hold a Snap Election
November 22, 2014
It's Official: Japan Will Hold a Snap Election
Shinzo Abe has dissolved the lower house of Japan's Diet. Japan will head to the polls again on December 14, 2014.
It's Official: Japan Will Hold a Snap Election
The Renaissance in Russia-North Korea Relations
November 22, 2014
The Renaissance in Russia-North Korea Relations
Moscow and Pyongyang talk economics and nuclear issues during Choe Ryong-hae’s visit to Russia.
The Renaissance in Russia-North Korea Relations
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