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India’s Artillery Procurement Saga
September 20, 2014
India’s Artillery Procurement Saga
A deal with the US appears to have fallen through. Could a local supplier be ready to step up?
India’s Artillery Procurement Saga
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
September 18, 2014
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
The circuit comes back for Singapore’s Grand Prix, with more than a little drama.
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
September 18, 2014
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
Indonesia’s next president has plans to reform Indonesia’s economy. It won’t be easy.
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
Japan Inc. Looks Abroad for Demand
September 17, 2014
Japan Inc. Looks Abroad for Demand
The Japanese government and big business are pointing the way toward future growth.
Japan Inc. Looks Abroad for Demand
Singapore Bans Documentary on Political Exiles
September 17, 2014
Singapore Bans Documentary on Political Exiles
Singapore’s ruling PAP demonstrates an intolerance for all but the official narrative of the country’s history.
Singapore Bans Documentary on Political Exiles
China Pushes 'Maritime Silk Road' in South, Southeast Asia
September 17, 2014
China Pushes 'Maritime Silk Road' in South, Southeast Asia
The MSR is embraced by Sri Lanka and the Maldives, but may hit a snag over South China Sea tensions.
China Pushes 'Maritime Silk Road' in South, Southeast Asia
China's Democracy Challenge
September 16, 2014
China's Democracy Challenge
Xi Jinping should follow in the footsteps of Chiang Ching-kuo, not Putin, Mao, or even Deng.
China's Democracy Challenge
Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
September 16, 2014
Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
Adm. Jonathan Greenert indicated that Malaysia offered to host U.S. spy planes.
Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
September 14, 2014
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
The assumption that this coup will be like all the rest is based on flawed thinking.
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
September 13, 2014
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Canada has stepped up its outreach to ASEAN. Will it last?
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
September 12, 2014
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
Rail is crucial to the region’s progress, but management is often haphazard.
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
September 12, 2014
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Concerns are being voiced about the potential implications of the AEC, particularly for workers.
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
September 11, 2014
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
With ideology spreading via social media, authorities need to consider a ‘soft’ approach as well as traditional tactics.
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
Can Malaysia Airlines Take Off Again?
September 10, 2014
Can Malaysia Airlines Take Off Again?
After two disasters this year, the airline is restructuring. But will it be enough?
Can Malaysia Airlines Take Off Again?
Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
September 09, 2014
Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
The downfall of its oil and security tsar gives China a chance to salvage relations with its Muslim minority.
Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
Malaysia’s Sedition Debate
September 08, 2014
Malaysia’s Sedition Debate
As the government continues to wield the colonial-era legislation, opposition is mounting.
Malaysia’s Sedition Debate
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