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Afghanistan’s Growing Unrest: Implications for India’s Security
May 26, 2016
Afghanistan’s Growing Unrest: Implications for India’s Security
"India cannot be a spectator as chaos ensues in Afghanistan, for it will not be safe from the spillover."
Afghanistan’s Growing Unrest: Implications for India’s Security
How to Create a United Southern Asia
May 25, 2016
How to Create a United Southern Asia
A blueprint for integrating BIMSTEC and ASEAN through a Southern Asian Multi-Sectoral Regional Agreement.
How to Create a United Southern Asia
Without Clarity on 1992 Consensus, Tsai and DPP Will Face Challenges Ahead
May 25, 2016
Without Clarity on 1992 Consensus, Tsai and DPP Will Face Challenges Ahead
Without the stability of the "1992 consensus," Taiwan could be in big trouble
Without Clarity on 1992 Consensus, Tsai and DPP Will Face Challenges Ahead
Korea’s Other Sunshine Policy
May 24, 2016
Korea’s Other Sunshine Policy
Indoor lifestyles could cause a health crisis in South Korea.
Korea’s Other Sunshine Policy
Russia, Laos Ink New Military Helicopter Deal
May 24, 2016
Russia, Laos Ink New Military Helicopter Deal
Moscow reaches new after-sale maintenance contract with Vientiane.
Russia, Laos Ink New Military Helicopter Deal
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
May 24, 2016
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
ASEAN can take some reasonable measures to address the plight.
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif in the Eye of the Storm
May 23, 2016
Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif in the Eye of the Storm
The prime minister faces a particularly testing series of crises.
Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif in the Eye of the Storm
Vietnam’s New Environmental Politics: A Fish out of Water?
May 23, 2016
Vietnam’s New Environmental Politics: A Fish out of Water?
Are Vietnam's recent protests really about the environment, or are there deeper issues at play?
Vietnam’s New Environmental Politics: A Fish out of Water?
The 10th ADMM: Time for More Discussion on Traditional Security?
May 23, 2016
The 10th ADMM: Time for More Discussion on Traditional Security?
With tensions threatening ASEAN solidarity, it’s time for ADMM to step up its discussion of traditional security issues.
The 10th ADMM: Time for More Discussion on Traditional Security?
Lords of Navigation: Grotius, Freitas, and the South China Sea
May 22, 2016
Lords of Navigation: Grotius, Freitas, and the South China Sea
The debate over maritime jurisdiction is an old one.
Lords of Navigation: Grotius, Freitas, and the South China Sea
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
May 20, 2016
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
The Japanese government is trying to increase the nation’s labor force.
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
Vietnam's Lethal Traffic
May 20, 2016
Vietnam's Lethal Traffic
Traffic accidents kill thousands of Vietnamese each year.
Vietnam's Lethal Traffic
David Shambaugh on China's Future
May 17, 2016
David Shambaugh on China's Future
An interview with David Shambaugh on the possible paths China can take.
David Shambaugh on China's Future
How Far Have India-US Ties Come After Two Years of Modi?
May 17, 2016
How Far Have India-US Ties Come After Two Years of Modi?
After two years in office, how far have India's ties with the United States come?
How Far Have India-US Ties Come After Two Years of Modi?
Singapore Responds to First Zika Virus Case
May 16, 2016
Singapore Responds to First Zika Virus Case
City-state the latest to be hit by the virus in the region.
Singapore Responds to First Zika Virus Case
How China Boosts Japan's Security Role in Southeast Asia
May 16, 2016
How China Boosts Japan's Security Role in Southeast Asia
China's claims to the South China Sea are accelerating a trend of growing security cooperation between Japan and ASEAN.
How China Boosts Japan's Security Role in Southeast Asia
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