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India Develops Long-Endurance, Low-Altitute UAV
October 02, 2014
India Develops Long-Endurance, Low-Altitute UAV
Plus, a Chinese sub heads to the Gulf of Aden, Russia takes France to court, and more. Mid-week links.
India Develops Long-Endurance, Low-Altitute UAV
The Killing of the Sikhs
September 30, 2014
The Killing of the Sikhs
Rising attacks and religious desecrations are forcing Pakistan’s Sikhs from their homes.
The Killing of the Sikhs
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
September 26, 2014
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
The Australian government tries to bury a much-maligned resettlement deal for asylum seekers.
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
Philippine Islamist Militants Threaten German Hostages
September 26, 2014
Philippine Islamist Militants Threaten German Hostages
The Abu Sayyaf group in the Philippines has threatened to kill two German hostages.
Philippine Islamist Militants Threaten German Hostages
Narendra Modi's 1st Interview
September 26, 2014
Narendra Modi's 1st Interview
Modi’s first interview is more a demonstration of his political personality and savvy rather than being policy-laden.
Narendra Modi's 1st Interview
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
September 24, 2014
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
Serious weaknesses within ASEAN threaten the realization of the bloc’s regional project.
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
Artificial Islands in the South China Sea
September 23, 2014
Artificial Islands in the South China Sea
With this latest twist, Beijing now appears to feel the time is right to change the facts on the ground.
Artificial Islands in the South China Sea
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
September 21, 2014
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
Stimulus alone won’t be enough to revive the Chinese economy.
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
Jokowi’s Priorities
September 20, 2014
Jokowi’s Priorities
A slowing economy, a poor education system, and crumbling infrastructure – there is much to choose from.
Jokowi’s Priorities
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
September 20, 2014
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
Also, Indian Air Force deals, the INS Vikramaditya, U.S.-China military relations, and MH370. Weekend links.
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
September 19, 2014
No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
The notion that Malaysia may offer the U.S. Navy a base for surveillance aircraft is laughable.
No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
Malaysian Sources: ‘Comfort Women’ Joining Islamic State
September 18, 2014
Malaysian Sources: ‘Comfort Women’ Joining Islamic State
According to Malaysian news outlets, the terrorist organization is drawing foreign women to serve ‘sexual jihad’ in Iraq and Syria.
Malaysian Sources: ‘Comfort Women’ Joining Islamic State
Interview: Japan’s Post-Nuclear Future
September 18, 2014
Interview: Japan’s Post-Nuclear Future
The Wall Street Journal’s Mari Iwata speaks about the future of Japan’s energy industry.
Interview: Japan’s Post-Nuclear Future
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
The TPP’s Biggest Obstacles
September 17, 2014
The TPP’s Biggest Obstacles
Americans and Japanese are far less supportive of trade than the public in other TPP countries.
The TPP’s Biggest Obstacles
Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
September 16, 2014
Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
Adm. Jonathan Greenert indicated that Malaysia offered to host U.S. spy planes.
Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
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