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Progress for Asia’s Women?
August 28, 2014
Progress for Asia’s Women?
As the anniversary of the UN conference in Beijing nears, the spotlight is falling on Asia’s women.
Progress for Asia’s Women?
Australia May Help US Bomb Syria
August 27, 2014
Australia May Help US Bomb Syria
U.S. officials believe that Australia and Great Britain will participate in airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
Australia May Help US Bomb Syria
The Nine-Dashed Line: 'Engraved in Our Hearts'
August 25, 2014
The Nine-Dashed Line: 'Engraved in Our Hearts'
How China's "nine dash line" claims (including James Shoal) have been taught in Chinese schools since the 1940s.
The Nine-Dashed Line: 'Engraved in Our Hearts'
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
Russia and Australia: Trading Rhetoric and Sanctions
August 16, 2014
Russia and Australia: Trading Rhetoric and Sanctions
The two countries have swapped sanctions and barbs since the downing of flight MH17.
Russia and Australia: Trading Rhetoric and Sanctions
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
August 15, 2014
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Once again the country does its international reputation no favors.
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
August 14, 2014
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
Malaysia’s internet freedom has been threatened from several corners, as the PM assures free speech.
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
Kuril Islands Dispute: Back to Gridlock?
August 14, 2014
Kuril Islands Dispute: Back to Gridlock?
It looks like the Kuril Islands dispute will head back to gridlock.
Kuril Islands Dispute: Back to Gridlock?
Teaching English in Korea: Closing Doors
August 13, 2014
Teaching English in Korea: Closing Doors
South Korea prefers monolingual language teachers from high-income companies.
Teaching English in Korea: Closing Doors
India and the Geopolitics of Trade
August 13, 2014
India and the Geopolitics of Trade
New Delhi is backtracking on an agreement made in Bali just months ago. Why?
India and the Geopolitics of Trade
Why Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Won’t Legitimize the CCP
August 12, 2014
Why Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Won’t Legitimize the CCP
Only improving the lot of China’s poor will ensure the ‘Mandate of Heaven.’
Why Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Won’t Legitimize the CCP
The Plight of Nepal’s Migrant Workers
August 11, 2014
The Plight of Nepal’s Migrant Workers
Often cheated and frequently facing atrocious working conditions, young Nepalese are still flocking abroad for work.
The Plight of Nepal’s Migrant Workers
Philippine Bangsamoro Peace Deal in Danger of Collapse
August 08, 2014
Philippine Bangsamoro Peace Deal in Danger of Collapse
The MILF claims the government has reneged on a significant portion of their agreement.
Philippine Bangsamoro Peace Deal in Danger of Collapse
Jokowi Urged to Deal With 'Darth Vader'
August 06, 2014
Jokowi Urged to Deal With 'Darth Vader'
The Indonesian election is over but one candidate is refusing to accept the result.
Jokowi Urged to Deal With 'Darth Vader'
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
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
August 04, 2014
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
An attempt by the Australian government to suppress details of a corruption case has backfired.
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
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