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200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
April 25, 2015
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
200 years ago today, the legendary Gorkha rifles were formed.
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
ASEAN: Asia’s Hottest Investment?
April 23, 2015
ASEAN: Asia’s Hottest Investment?
The rise of ASEAN could ensure that Asia remains the world’s economic growth engine.
ASEAN: Asia’s Hottest Investment?
Climate Change: An Emerging Australia-India Duet in Paris?
April 22, 2015
Climate Change: An Emerging Australia-India Duet in Paris?
India and Australia looked poised to continue their damaging exercises in exceptionalism.
Climate Change: An Emerging Australia-India Duet in Paris?
China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
April 21, 2015
China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
President Xi Jinping has inked a deal with Islamabad that could provide Beijing with direct access to the Indian Ocean.
China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Slams ASEAN-Splitting TPP
April 21, 2015
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Slams ASEAN-Splitting TPP
The premier’s latest tirade is rather puzzling and misleading.
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Slams ASEAN-Splitting TPP
Mahathir Versus Najib
April 20, 2015
Mahathir Versus Najib
Malaysia’s former prime minister is distinctly unhappy with the incumbent.
Mahathir Versus Najib
Is This the Congressional Breakthrough the Trans-Pacific Partnership Needed?
April 17, 2015
Is This the Congressional Breakthrough the Trans-Pacific Partnership Needed?
Bipartisan legislation granting the U.S. president trade promotion authority was introduced on Thursday. Will it save the TPP?
Is This the Congressional Breakthrough the Trans-Pacific Partnership Needed?
Vietnam, Singapore Armies Conduct First Military Medicine Mission
April 17, 2015
Vietnam, Singapore Armies Conduct First Military Medicine Mission
The two strategic partners are inching closer.
Vietnam, Singapore Armies Conduct First Military Medicine Mission
Nearly 100 Malaysians Detained for Islamic State Links
April 16, 2015
Nearly 100 Malaysians Detained for Islamic State Links
Numbers could rise following investigations, the country’s home minister says.
Nearly 100 Malaysians Detained for Islamic State Links
Singapore Kicks Off New Counterterrorism Symposium
April 16, 2015
Singapore Kicks Off New Counterterrorism Symposium
The city-state convenes meeting to share best practices amid a rising Islamic State threat.
Singapore Kicks Off New Counterterrorism Symposium
Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
April 16, 2015
Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
China is achieving its foreign policy objectives without firing a shot.
Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
China’s AIIB and the US Reputation Risk
April 16, 2015
China’s AIIB and the US Reputation Risk
What are the implications of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank for the next U.S. president?
China’s AIIB and the US Reputation Risk
The Global Arms Trade and the ‘Hyundaization’ Threat
April 15, 2015
The Global Arms Trade and the ‘Hyundaization’ Threat
Rumors of the demise of U.S. arms trade dominance are exaggerated.
The Global Arms Trade and the ‘Hyundaization’ Threat
Just How Far Would China Go to Protect Its Citizens?
April 14, 2015
Just How Far Would China Go to Protect Its Citizens?
Recent crises raise some interesting questions about the strength of China’s non-interventionist principles.
Just How Far Would China Go to Protect Its Citizens?
Singapore Launches New Asia Forum
April 14, 2015
Singapore Launches New Asia Forum
The Singapore Forum joins the growing list of regional dialogues.
Singapore Launches New Asia Forum
Jokowi Must Confront a Weakening Rupiah
April 11, 2015
Jokowi Must Confront a Weakening Rupiah
Indonesia is facing its most serious currency crisis in 17 years.
Jokowi Must Confront a Weakening Rupiah
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