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Russia to Host World Military Games: China Brought its Own Tank
July 28, 2015
Russia to Host World Military Games: China Brought its Own Tank
The ‘World Championship Tank Biathlon 2015’ will kick off on August 1 near Moscow.
Russia to Host World Military Games: China Brought its Own Tank
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
July 24, 2015
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
There are good reasons why Britain doesn't owe India reparations.
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
Interview: Climate Change in Central Asia
July 23, 2015
Interview: Climate Change in Central Asia
Columbia University’s Benjamin Orlove on the repercussions of climate change in Central Asia.
Interview: Climate Change in Central Asia
Chinese PLA Simulates ‘Attack’ on Taiwan’s Presidential Office
July 22, 2015
Chinese PLA Simulates ‘Attack’ on Taiwan’s Presidential Office
Why did CCTV show footage of PLA soldiers storming a computer-generated facsimile of Taiwan's seat of government?
Chinese PLA Simulates ‘Attack’ on Taiwan’s Presidential Office
The Challenging Road for Taiwan’s Newest Presidential Candidate
July 19, 2015
The Challenging Road for Taiwan’s Newest Presidential Candidate
KMT candidate Hung Hsiu-chu faces an uphill battle, thanks to a controversial approach to cross-strait relations.
The Challenging Road for Taiwan’s Newest Presidential Candidate
China Detains 20 Tourists Over 'Terror' Video Watched in Hotel Room
July 18, 2015
China Detains 20 Tourists Over 'Terror' Video Watched in Hotel Room
Plus, SOEs on the "Belt and Road," Ramadan in China, and regulations for reincarnation. Friday China links.
China Detains 20 Tourists Over 'Terror' Video Watched in Hotel Room
Belarus: Mongolia's Latest Partner?
July 10, 2015
Belarus: Mongolia's Latest Partner?
Mongolia's president held a meeting with Belarus' Alexander Lukashenko in Ufa, Russia.
Belarus: Mongolia's Latest Partner?
India Inks New Nuclear Deal with Kazakhstan
July 09, 2015
India Inks New Nuclear Deal with Kazakhstan
The recent deal will see Kazakhstan supply India with 5,000 metric tons of uranium between 2015 and 2019.
India Inks New Nuclear Deal with Kazakhstan
How Can China and India Boost Economic Ties?
July 08, 2015
How Can China and India Boost Economic Ties?
The bilateral business relationship has underperformed. Here’s what can be done.
How Can China and India Boost Economic Ties?
India and Pakistan Are Set to Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. So What?
July 07, 2015
India and Pakistan Are Set to Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. So What?
India and Pakistan will join the SCO, but that doesn't necessarily mean the SCO will start to matter more in Asia.
India and Pakistan Are Set to Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. So What?
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
June 29, 2015
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
What happens if Xi Jinping wants to stay in power indefinitely?
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
China's WW2 Military Parade to Include Russia, Mongolia - and Taiwan
June 26, 2015
China's WW2 Military Parade to Include Russia, Mongolia - and Taiwan
China divulged new details about its September 3 military parade this week.
China's WW2 Military Parade to Include Russia, Mongolia - and Taiwan
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
June 23, 2015
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
For the first time, China is sending People's Liberation Army troops to exercise Khaan Quest.
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
Review: <i>Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy</i>
June 21, 2015
Review: Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy
A new book explores the fascinating tale of a cross-dressing Japanese spy in wartime China.
Review: Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy
SCO-BRICS: A Big Summit in Ufa
June 08, 2015
SCO-BRICS: A Big Summit in Ufa
The summit next month will reveal much about the future of Russia’s Eurasian dream.
SCO-BRICS: A Big Summit in Ufa
Obama Administration Loses Top Asia Advisor
June 06, 2015
Obama Administration Loses Top Asia Advisor
Evan Medeiros, Asia chief on the National Security Council, stepped down on June 4.
Obama Administration Loses Top Asia Advisor
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