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US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
October 24, 2014
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
Beware ‘Asiaphoria’ says former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers.
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
October 22, 2014
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
One of the last regional bulwarks of democracy is showing signs of slipping.
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
October 20, 2014
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Can ASEAN members join forces on defense procurement? It’s more complex than it seems.
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?
October 18, 2014
Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?
The WHO says East Asia is more prepared for Ebola than any other region. Still, it must keep its guard up.
Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
October 18, 2014
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
The mysteries of the missing flight create doubts that will continue to plague the Najib government.
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
China Naval Chief Conducts ‘Unprecedented’ Survey of Disputed Reefs
October 17, 2014
China Naval Chief Conducts ‘Unprecedented’ Survey of Disputed Reefs
PLA Navy commander Wu Shengli conducted a survey of Beijing's reclamation projects in the disputed South China Sea.
China Naval Chief Conducts ‘Unprecedented’ Survey of Disputed Reefs
Malaysian Lawyers March Against ‘Sedition Blitz’
October 17, 2014
Malaysian Lawyers March Against ‘Sedition Blitz’
Growing domestic and international attention is stepping up pressure on the Malaysian government.
Malaysian Lawyers March Against ‘Sedition Blitz’
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
October 17, 2014
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
ASEAN navies are rapidly acquiring amphibious capabilities. Their intentions, however, remain unclear.
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
Malaysia: How Will It Perform on the UN Security Council?
October 17, 2014
Malaysia: How Will It Perform on the UN Security Council?
The country brings some baggage of its own to the Council.
Malaysia: How Will It Perform on the UN Security Council?
Australia’s Macho Putin Rhetoric
October 15, 2014
Australia’s Macho Putin Rhetoric
Prime Minister Tony Abbott talks tough ahead of the G20 Summit.
Australia’s Macho Putin Rhetoric
Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
October 12, 2014
Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
Cybersecurity can help Australia take its existing engagement with Vietnam to the next level.
Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
US Joins Southeast Asia's War on Piracy
October 10, 2014
US Joins Southeast Asia's War on Piracy
The United States recently became the 20th member of ReCAAP.
US Joins Southeast Asia's War on Piracy
Why Malaysia Reduced Its Fuel Subsidy
October 09, 2014
Why Malaysia Reduced Its Fuel Subsidy
Budgetary concerns could exacerbate wealth gap issues.
Why Malaysia Reduced Its Fuel Subsidy
Fears For Carry Trade as Asian Growth Drops
October 07, 2014
Fears For Carry Trade as Asian Growth Drops
Global investors may be heading for the exit, as emerging Asian economies look set to slow.
Fears For Carry Trade as Asian Growth Drops
A Rare Japanese Jihadist
October 07, 2014
A Rare Japanese Jihadist
The Tokyo police are investigating a man who attempted to join IS.
A Rare Japanese Jihadist
Tony Abbott: The Unlikely Globalist?
October 07, 2014
Tony Abbott: The Unlikely Globalist?
The prime minister’s foreign policy approach has evolved markedly over the past year. But is it meaningful?
Tony Abbott: The Unlikely Globalist?
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