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Why India's Hindu Nationalists Love Donald Trump
February 28, 2017
Why India's Hindu Nationalists Love Donald Trump
Like right-wing groups around the world, India's Hindu nationalists are celebrating Trump's presidency.
Why India's Hindu Nationalists Love Donald Trump
What Do the New Philippine Protests Mean for Duterte?
February 27, 2017
What Do the New Philippine Protests Mean for Duterte?
A closer look at what recent protests against the Philippine president signify.
What Do the New Philippine Protests Mean for Duterte?
Time for ASEAN to Take Human Rights Seriously
February 25, 2017
Time for ASEAN to Take Human Rights Seriously
To serve as a model regional organization, ASEAN can no longer ignore human rights violations.
Time for ASEAN to Take Human Rights Seriously
England's Private Schools Take Asia by Storm
February 25, 2017
England's Private Schools Take Asia by Storm
International expansion of private schools provides new opportunities for students and investors alike.
England's Private Schools Take Asia by Storm
The Truth About Australia-Indonesia South China Sea Patrols
February 25, 2017
The Truth About Australia-Indonesia South China Sea Patrols
A deeper look behind President Jokowi’s suggestion that he may discuss the proposal during his state visit to Australia.
The Truth About Australia-Indonesia South China Sea Patrols
The Elephant in the Room: US Needs A Geo-economic Strategy For Asia, Now
February 24, 2017
The Elephant in the Room: US Needs A Geo-economic Strategy For Asia, Now
Washington urgently needs a comprehensive geo-economic strategy to counter China’s hegemonic ambition.
The Elephant in the Room: US Needs A Geo-economic Strategy For Asia, Now
Japan-ASEAN Cyber Cooperation in the Spotlight
February 24, 2017
Japan-ASEAN Cyber Cooperation in the Spotlight
News of a new training program highlights Tokyo’s important and growing role as an ASEAN partner in the cyber realm.
Japan-ASEAN Cyber Cooperation in the Spotlight
Japan and India: Deepening Ties in the Age of Uncertainty
February 23, 2017
Japan and India: Deepening Ties in the Age of Uncertainty
With both countries concerned about U.S. leadership in Asia, a strong partnership looks more and more inevitable.
Japan and India: Deepening Ties in the Age of Uncertainty
How Will the Philippines’ Military Join Duterte’s Drug War?
February 23, 2017
How Will the Philippines’ Military Join Duterte’s Drug War?
Though it is certain to play a role, the specifics remain unclear.
How Will the Philippines’ Military Join Duterte’s Drug War?
A Recipe for Disaster in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017
A Recipe for Disaster in the South China Sea
A recent proposal for the Trump administration could spark a war in the already tense region.
A Recipe for Disaster in the South China Sea
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
The U.S. Navy now has two supercarriers deployed to the Asia-Pacific region.
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
Oldest US Ally in Asia: Thailand or the Philippines?
February 17, 2017
Oldest US Ally in Asia: Thailand or the Philippines?
A closer look at who should truly hold that title.
Oldest US Ally in Asia: Thailand or the Philippines?
Will Japan Join Trilateral ASEAN Patrols in the Sulu Sea?
February 16, 2017
Will Japan Join Trilateral ASEAN Patrols in the Sulu Sea?
A closer look at a move that has been subject to much speculation.
Will Japan Join Trilateral ASEAN Patrols in the Sulu Sea?
What’s Next for Japan-Philippines Defense Relations Under Duterte?
February 16, 2017
What’s Next for Japan-Philippines Defense Relations Under Duterte?
A deeper look at what lies ahead for both sides in the security sphere.
What’s Next for Japan-Philippines Defense Relations Under Duterte?
The Right Way to Confront China
February 16, 2017
The Right Way to Confront China
Recent moves toward a more traditional China policy are welcome, but not enough to meet the challenge from Beijing.
The Right Way to Confront China
Does Duterte's Philippines Need an Interdependent Foreign Policy?
February 15, 2017
Does Duterte's Philippines Need an Interdependent Foreign Policy?
Former president Fidel Ramos is suggesting an alternate way for the Philippines to approach the world.
Does Duterte's Philippines Need an Interdependent Foreign Policy?
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