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Australia and China: Free and Friendly Trade
November 19, 2014
Australia and China: Free and Friendly Trade
Australia and China have announced a comprehensive free trade agreement.
Australia and China: Free and Friendly Trade
Australia May Not Join New Asian Bank After All
November 12, 2014
Australia May Not Join New Asian Bank After All
Strategic conflicts prompt Canberra to pull out of the Chinese initiative.
Australia May Not Join New Asian Bank After All
Sex Trafficking and China’s One Child Policy
November 06, 2014
Sex Trafficking and China’s One Child Policy
Among the consequences of China's one child policy: a growing market for trafficked women.
Sex Trafficking and China’s One Child Policy
Laos’ Internet Law Undermines Free Speech
November 05, 2014
Laos’ Internet Law Undermines Free Speech
It appears the law gives the government broad scope to treat legitimate criticism as criminal.
Laos’ Internet Law Undermines Free Speech
Australian Aid in Laos
November 03, 2014
Australian Aid in Laos
A recent trip affirms the potentially positive impact of overseas aid.
Australian Aid in Laos
Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report
October 31, 2014
Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report
Tasked with conducting a feasibility study for a bourse in Laos, the KRX apparently couldn’t resist a little copy and paste.
Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report
Laos: From Guns to Headlamps
October 10, 2014
Laos: From Guns to Headlamps
A look at efforts to rescue the wildlife of Laos from the brink of extinction.
Laos: From Guns to Headlamps
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
September 13, 2014
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Canada has stepped up its outreach to ASEAN. Will it last?
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
September 12, 2014
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
Rail is crucial to the region’s progress, but management is often haphazard.
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
August 31, 2014
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
Plagiarism, fake credentials, and dry labbing occur everywhere, but seem to be particularly prevalent in South Korea.
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
August 22, 2014
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
A key report thinks that the new economic community could deliver real gains, but carries a risk of more inequality.
ASEAN Urged to Act Decisively Ahead of AEC
Interview: Ruchira Gupta
August 21, 2014
Interview: Ruchira Gupta
Emmy-winning filmmaker and activist Ruchira Gupta on the fight against trafficking and rape in India.
Interview: Ruchira Gupta
Pope Francis: Modest Diplomatic Gains in Asia
August 20, 2014
Pope Francis: Modest Diplomatic Gains in Asia
The diplomatic breakthroughs were small but steady during the pope's first visit to the region.
Pope Francis: Modest Diplomatic Gains in Asia
Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
August 06, 2014
Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
In her new book the potential 2016 presidential candidate talks about her approach to China.
Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
Why North Korea Is Courting ASEAN
August 05, 2014
Why North Korea Is Courting ASEAN
North Korea has surprisingly robust relationships with a number of Southeast Asian nations.
Why North Korea Is Courting ASEAN
Interview: Laos Prime Minister in Exile
July 24, 2014
Interview: Laos Prime Minister in Exile
The prime minister of the Royal Lao Government in Exile on his hopes for the restoration of the Laotian monarchy.
Interview: Laos Prime Minister in Exile
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