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Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
July 31, 2015
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
The Nepalese government showed leadership in the aftermath of the quake, but faces serious long-term challenges.
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
Understanding the Mega-Crisis in Malaysian Politics
July 31, 2015
Understanding the Mega-Crisis in Malaysian Politics
The country's politics is at an inflection point.
Understanding the Mega-Crisis in Malaysian Politics
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
July 31, 2015
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
Understanding cultural hegemony in Asia highlights the difficulties faced by young progressives fighting for change.
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
Is Japan Becoming a Threat to Peace?
July 31, 2015
Is Japan Becoming a Threat to Peace?
Japan’s entry into the military dimensions of the South China Sea may come to be seen as threat to general peace.
Is Japan Becoming a Threat to Peace?
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
July 31, 2015
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
A focus on annual rankings misses the point.
The Trouble with the US Human Trafficking Report
China Is Building a New South China Sea Fleet for its Maritime Militia
July 31, 2015
China Is Building a New South China Sea Fleet for its Maritime Militia
The move could lead to a further escalation in regional disputes.
China Is Building a New South China Sea Fleet for its Maritime Militia
What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
July 30, 2015
What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
How Chinese censorship actually kills people.
What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
July 30, 2015
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
The Financial Times acquisition is part of a much larger M&A wave.
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
July 29, 2015
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
With the nuclear deal done, New Delhi must anticipate certain risks to its regional approach and adapt accordingly.
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
July 29, 2015
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
Admiral Gary Roughead issues a warning about Beijing’s growing network of 'places.'
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
July 28, 2015
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
India needs to shed its concerns about Chinese sensitivities and embrace its Indian Ocean partners.
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
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
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
July 27, 2015
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Joint exercise to run from July 27-28.
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Why are the Elderly Collecting Cardboard Boxes in Prosperous Singapore?
July 26, 2015
Why are the Elderly Collecting Cardboard Boxes in Prosperous Singapore?
A recent incident raises some troubling questions.
Why are the Elderly Collecting Cardboard Boxes in Prosperous Singapore?
Kazakhstan Extends Visa-Free Program
July 26, 2015
Kazakhstan Extends Visa-Free Program
The extension of Kazakhstan’s visa-free travel means more money and better foreign policy.
Kazakhstan Extends Visa-Free Program
China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
July 25, 2015
China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
Elegant in theory, Beijing’s grand strategy is triggering an Asian security dilemma.
China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
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