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TAPI Pipeline Finally Sees Some Momentum
November 27, 2014
TAPI Pipeline Finally Sees Some Momentum
Some recent developments appear to have taken the U.S.-backed initiative beyond the concept stage.
TAPI Pipeline Finally Sees Some Momentum
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
November 27, 2014
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
The region has made little headway in achieving gender equality.
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
Uber Faces More Regulation in Southeast Asia
November 27, 2014
Uber Faces More Regulation in Southeast Asia
Regulators from the region are voicing concerns about the innovative transport business.
Uber Faces More Regulation in Southeast Asia
Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister
November 25, 2014
Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister
Adenan Satem shocks observers by calling out the state’s rampant corruption.
Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister
Could China Save India's Railways?
November 25, 2014
Could China Save India's Railways?
Chinese state-owned firms will conduct a feasibility study for Chinese high-speed rail infrastructure in India.
Could China Save India's Railways?
China's Spratlys Airstrip Will Raise South China Sea Stakes
November 25, 2014
China's Spratlys Airstrip Will Raise South China Sea Stakes
Beijing is developing a man-made island on Fiery Cross Reef in the Spratlys.
China's Spratlys Airstrip Will Raise South China Sea Stakes
Islamic State and a South Asian Caliphate
November 23, 2014
Islamic State and a South Asian Caliphate
Islamic State has its eyes on South and Southeast Asia. The threat is long-term, but should not be ignored.
Islamic State and a South Asian Caliphate
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
November 22, 2014
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
The country will be leading the bloc during a pivotal year. Can it deliver on its promises?
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
The Militarization of China’s Coast Guard
November 21, 2014
The Militarization of China’s Coast Guard
Plans for China’s still nascent coast guard suggest troubled times ahead in disputed waters.
The Militarization of China’s Coast Guard
Could Indonesia Be an Internet Powerhouse?
November 20, 2014
Could Indonesia Be an Internet Powerhouse?
The potential is enormous, but a change in mindset will be needed.
Could Indonesia Be an Internet Powerhouse?
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
November 20, 2014
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
This has not been a good year for Southeast Asian democracy.
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
Can India Become the Next China?
November 20, 2014
Can India Become the Next China?
With its growing labor force, the South Asian giant has some impressive long-term growth potential.
Can India Become the Next China?
Japan’s G20 Scorecard
November 17, 2014
Japan’s G20 Scorecard
Japanese officials conduct a full-court press on the last leg of their multilateral tour.
Japan’s G20 Scorecard
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
November 16, 2014
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
Some of Vietnam’s lesser known provinces offer real advantages.
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
China's Selling the J-31, But Who's Buying?
November 14, 2014
China's Selling the J-31, But Who's Buying?
Is anyone interested in purchasing China's answer to the F-35?
China's Selling the J-31, But Who's Buying?
Will ASEAN Forge an Economic Community By 2015? Wrong Question.
November 12, 2014
Will ASEAN Forge an Economic Community By 2015? Wrong Question.
The AEC is part of a broader vision that will require greater participation in and outside the community.
Will ASEAN Forge an Economic Community By 2015? Wrong Question.
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