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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Hawaii Talks End Without Deal
August 02, 2015
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Hawaii Talks End Without Deal
Progress, but no deal on the TPP, as time runs short.
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Hawaii Talks End Without Deal
Australia and US Conclude Major Military Exercise in Pacific Region
July 28, 2015
Australia and US Conclude Major Military Exercise in Pacific Region
The message of ‘Talisman Sabre’ was clear: Back off China!
Australia and US Conclude Major Military Exercise in Pacific Region
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
July 27, 2015
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
The trade deal would be a giant step for the four Southeast Asian countries currently in talks.
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
July 27, 2015
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
In defense of the TPP's Investor-State Dispute Settlement provisions.
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
Confirmed: Beijing is Building World’s Largest Sea Plane for Use in South China Sea
July 23, 2015
Confirmed: Beijing is Building World’s Largest Sea Plane for Use in South China Sea
The new plane will be able to execute a host of military assignments.
Confirmed: Beijing is Building World’s Largest Sea Plane for Use in South China Sea
Asia’s Soft Power Deficit
July 22, 2015
Asia’s Soft Power Deficit
The Asia-Pacific may be racing ahead economically, but it still lags the West in soft power, according to new research.
Asia’s Soft Power Deficit
With Fast-Track in Place, Can a TPP Deal Be Struck?
July 10, 2015
With Fast-Track in Place, Can a TPP Deal Be Struck?
The recent TPA bill was a major step forward, but some tough negotiations remain.
With Fast-Track in Place, Can a TPP Deal Be Struck?
The Pacific Implications of China’s Proposed NGO Law
July 10, 2015
The Pacific Implications of China’s Proposed NGO Law
China’s new draft law for foreign NGOs could undermine engagement in the South Pacific.
The Pacific Implications of China’s Proposed NGO Law
Piracy in the Malacca Strait: Can ASEAN Respond?
July 08, 2015
Piracy in the Malacca Strait: Can ASEAN Respond?
The bloc needs to prove its credibility in tackling transnational threats.
Piracy in the Malacca Strait: Can ASEAN Respond?
UNESCO and Japan’s Act of Forgetting
July 03, 2015
UNESCO and Japan’s Act of Forgetting
Designation of Japan’s Meiji-era sites overlooks some important history.
UNESCO and Japan’s Act of Forgetting
Australia and Singapore: What’s in a New Strategic Partnership?
June 30, 2015
Australia and Singapore: What’s in a New Strategic Partnership?
The two countries have signed a new pact to boost their relationship in the coming years.
Australia and Singapore: What’s in a New Strategic Partnership?
'Historic' AIIB Signing Marks Beginning of New Era, China Says
June 30, 2015
'Historic' AIIB Signing Marks Beginning of New Era, China Says
The AIIB agreement was signed in Beijing on June 29.
'Historic' AIIB Signing Marks Beginning of New Era, China Says
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
June 29, 2015
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
After a worrying drop in tourism numbers, some European visitors will find it easier to enter Vietnam.
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
Confirmed: Philippines Wants to Join TPP
June 25, 2015
Confirmed: Philippines Wants to Join TPP
Trade secretary delivers Manila’s clearest declaration of intent yet.
Confirmed: Philippines Wants to Join TPP
Finishing the TPP: It’s Not Just About the US Congress
June 24, 2015
Finishing the TPP: It’s Not Just About the US Congress
With all the attention on Capitol Hill, some perspective is needed on the endgame.
Finishing the TPP: It’s Not Just About the US Congress
Why Afghanistan Needs Pakistan
June 22, 2015
Why Afghanistan Needs Pakistan
The Afghan President is reaching out to Pakistan. A former U.S. brigade commander thinks that’s a good thing.
Why Afghanistan Needs Pakistan
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