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Cambodia Remembers the Mixed Blessings of Diana's Demining Legacy
January 19, 2017
Cambodia Remembers the Mixed Blessings of Diana's Demining Legacy
A recent anniversary provides an opportunity to reflect honestly about her mine clearance legacy.
Cambodia Remembers the Mixed Blessings of Diana's Demining Legacy
Trump and Offensive Cyber Warfare
January 16, 2017
Trump and Offensive Cyber Warfare
What will be President-elect Donald Trump’s policy on the use of offensive cyber weapons?
Trump and Offensive Cyber Warfare
The Many Faces of Climate Change Migration in Asia
January 07, 2017
The Many Faces of Climate Change Migration in Asia
In the Asia-Pacific, climate change migration is already happening, sometimes by government fiat.
The Many Faces of Climate Change Migration in Asia
Australia and the Crown
December 31, 2016
Australia and the Crown
Australia's debate on becoming a republic continues to rage on.
Australia and the Crown
Peering Into Hong Kong’s Dark Side
December 28, 2016
Peering Into Hong Kong’s Dark Side
The Diplomat speaks with street photographer Jonathan van Smit, whose stark images reveal life on Hong Kong’s fringe.
Peering Into Hong Kong’s Dark Side
Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
December 27, 2016
Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
Pacific Money hands out some presents to the political winners and losers across the Asia-Pacific in 2016.
Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
The Pacific Islands Play the Field
December 27, 2016
The Pacific Islands Play the Field
New realities are shaping Pacific Island states’ relationships with China, Russia, Australia, and the United States.
The Pacific Islands Play the Field
As the World Turns Away From Globalization, How Should ASEAN Respond?
December 24, 2016
As the World Turns Away From Globalization, How Should ASEAN Respond?
How to best move forward with ASEAN's trade integration agenda.
As the World Turns Away From Globalization, How Should ASEAN Respond?
Reforming Taiwan's Immigration Policy
December 21, 2016
Reforming Taiwan's Immigration Policy
Though measures are already in the works, much more remains to be done.
Reforming Taiwan's Immigration Policy
The History of India's Disability Rights Movement
December 21, 2016
The History of India's Disability Rights Movement
Tracing the hopes of India's 26.8 million disabled population over 40 years of advocacy.
The History of India's Disability Rights Movement
Japan's Asahi Spends $7.8 Billion, Moving into Eastern European Beer Market
December 20, 2016
Japan's Asahi Spends $7.8 Billion, Moving into Eastern European Beer Market
AB InBev and SABMiller have sold a host of brands to make way for their merging, and Japan's Asahi seeks to profit.
Japan's Asahi Spends $7.8 Billion, Moving into Eastern European Beer Market
Australia Tightens Security as US Begins Vetting Refugee Claims
December 19, 2016
Australia Tightens Security as US Begins Vetting Refugee Claims
Immigration chief heads to the United States to ensure a resettlement deal holds under Donald Trump.
Australia Tightens Security as US Begins Vetting Refugee Claims
Fed Hikes: Asia’s Winners and Losers
December 16, 2016
Fed Hikes: Asia’s Winners and Losers
After the Federal Reserve's latest rate hike, which Asian markets are up and which are down?
Fed Hikes: Asia’s Winners and Losers
Why Trump Has Rattled the Land Down Under
December 15, 2016
Why Trump Has Rattled the Land Down Under
The election of Donald Trump gives ammunition to those in Australia who question the U.S. alliance.
Why Trump Has Rattled the Land Down Under
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