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Mongolia: Nomads in Transition
October 16, 2014
Mongolia: Nomads in Transition
New technology is helping to keep a traditional lifestyle alive on the Mongolian steppes.
Mongolia: Nomads in Transition
The Kremlin Turns to China
October 14, 2014
The Kremlin Turns to China
A decade after the demarcation of the Sino-Russian Border, Russia is becoming increasingly dependent on China.
The Kremlin Turns to China
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
New Momentum on Climate Must Generate Action in Asia and the Pacific
October 03, 2014
New Momentum on Climate Must Generate Action in Asia and the Pacific
What comes next after the summit in New York.
New Momentum on Climate Must Generate Action in Asia and the Pacific
Why Isn’t North Korea Angry About Its Isolation?
September 30, 2014
Why Isn’t North Korea Angry About Its Isolation?
Being left in the cold usually results in threats from the Hermit Kingdom.
Why Isn’t North Korea Angry About Its Isolation?
The CCP's Solution to China's 'Ethnic Issues'
September 30, 2014
The CCP's Solution to China's 'Ethnic Issues'
At a conference in Beijing, China's top leaders offered solutions for "material" and "spiritual" ethnic issues.
The CCP's Solution to China's 'Ethnic Issues'
Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
September 27, 2014
Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
There’s been some notable no-shows on the Korean Peninsula this week.
Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
September 20, 2014
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
The Hermit Kingdom is coming out of its shell this month with a series of unusual diplomatic overtures.
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
Why Russia, China, & Mongolia Are Boosting Trilateral Ties
September 13, 2014
Why Russia, China, & Mongolia Are Boosting Trilateral Ties
Vladimir Putin invited Xi Jinping and Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj to Russia for their first trilateral meeting next year.
Why Russia, China, & Mongolia Are Boosting Trilateral Ties
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
September 13, 2014
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
China's ambitious goals for the SCO are helped by the imminent addition of three new members.
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin Meet Ahead of SCO Summit
September 12, 2014
Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin Meet Ahead of SCO Summit
Ahead of the SCO summit, Xi and Putin discussed energy ties, the Ukraine crisis, and regional affairs.
Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin Meet Ahead of SCO Summit
Iraq: Captured Islamic State Fighter Is Chinese
September 05, 2014
Iraq: Captured Islamic State Fighter Is Chinese
Plus Susan Rice's trip to China, why China does have friends, and gaokao reforms. Friday China links.
Iraq: Captured Islamic State Fighter Is Chinese
800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India
September 04, 2014
800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India
India's Nalanda University opens again after 800 years.
800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India
China’s APEC Diplomacy
August 30, 2014
China’s APEC Diplomacy
From India and the US to Japan and Taiwan, the 2014 APEC summit presents interesting diplomatic opportunities for China.
China’s APEC Diplomacy
China Hosts SCO’s Largest-Ever Military Drills
August 29, 2014
China Hosts SCO’s Largest-Ever Military Drills
The anti-terrorism drills involved troops from China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
China Hosts SCO’s Largest-Ever Military Drills
Russia and the SCO Military Exercises
August 28, 2014
Russia and the SCO Military Exercises
Russia may be putting aside its reluctance to accept the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s growing clout in Central Asia.
Russia and the SCO Military Exercises
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