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The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
July 31, 2015
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
A focus on annual rankings misses the point.
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
July 30, 2015
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
China's enforcement of its East China Sea air defense identification zone (ADIZ) is starting to work out.
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
After Uyghur Controversy, China Praises Law Enforcement Co-op With Thailand
July 24, 2015
After Uyghur Controversy, China Praises Law Enforcement Co-op With Thailand
China sees law enforcement cooperation with Thailand as a model to follow in other relationships.
After Uyghur Controversy, China Praises Law Enforcement Co-op With Thailand
El Niño and Southeast Asia
July 16, 2015
El Niño and Southeast Asia
The region is highly susceptible to El Niño events, and to climate change.
El Niño and Southeast Asia
The Real Importance of Japan’s New Strategy for the Mekong
July 07, 2015
The Real Importance of Japan’s New Strategy for the Mekong
The focus on aid amounts misses the point.
The Real Importance of Japan’s New Strategy for the Mekong
A Tipping Point in the US-China-Vietnam Triangle
July 06, 2015
A Tipping Point in the US-China-Vietnam Triangle
A visit to Washington by Vietnam’s general secretary this week underscores a major shift.
A Tipping Point in the US-China-Vietnam Triangle
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
June 30, 2015
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
The “water wars” narrative in the context of the Brahmaputra River is premature and unhelpful.
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
June 23, 2015
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
A recent clampdown notwithstanding, there has been little progress in ending human trafficking in the region.
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Battle
June 11, 2015
Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Battle
With all the talk about China’s investment clout in Southeast Asia, another player is being overlooked.
Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Battle
Can Laos Lead ASEAN in 2016?
June 10, 2015
Can Laos Lead ASEAN in 2016?
A look ahead at Vientiane's upcoming ASEAN chairmanship next year.
Can Laos Lead ASEAN in 2016?
Why Does Chinese Alcohol Taste So Awful?
June 08, 2015
Why Does Chinese Alcohol Taste So Awful?
China's baijiu gets a bad rap for its powerful flavor, but it's a wonderfully complex drink.
Why Does Chinese Alcohol Taste So Awful?
UNESCO's Great Barrier Reef Decision Has Much Wider Ramifications
June 05, 2015
UNESCO's Great Barrier Reef Decision Has Much Wider Ramifications
An Australian plan, if accepted, could form a pan-ASEAN/Pacific blueprint.
UNESCO's Great Barrier Reef Decision Has Much Wider Ramifications
Time to Revisit an ASEAN-EU FTA?
June 03, 2015
Time to Revisit an ASEAN-EU FTA?
Much has changed since 2007, when FTA talks were first attempted.
Time to Revisit an ASEAN-EU FTA?
Beyond Doubt: The Changing Face of Terrorism in China
May 28, 2015
Beyond Doubt: The Changing Face of Terrorism in China
The nature of terrorism in China has changed recently, both in geographical scope and in the nature of the attacks.
Beyond Doubt: The Changing Face of Terrorism in China
Your Questions About China, Answered
May 27, 2015
Your Questions About China, Answered
A recap of China Power authors' conversation with Reddit's r/geopolitics community.
Your Questions About China, Answered
Mekong Fish Stocks Being Sacrificed on Local Bickering
May 24, 2015
Mekong Fish Stocks Being Sacrificed on Local Bickering
The need for a coherent region-wide strategy for the Mekong has never been greater.
Mekong Fish Stocks Being Sacrificed on Local Bickering
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