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Pakistan Still Eying JF-17 Thunder Fighter Sale to Sri Lanka
February 23, 2017
Pakistan Still Eying JF-17 Thunder Fighter Sale to Sri Lanka
Pakistan is trying to convince Sri Lanka to purchase the JF-17 fighter jet, despite Indian pressure.
Pakistan Still Eying JF-17 Thunder Fighter Sale to Sri Lanka
The Myth of a North Korea-Malaysia Special Relationship
February 23, 2017
The Myth of a North Korea-Malaysia Special Relationship
In the wake of a diplomatic row, it is worth setting the record straight on where bilateral relations really were.
The Myth of a North Korea-Malaysia Special Relationship
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
US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
February 21, 2017
US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
A carrier strike group is conducting routine patrols, but is not set up for FONOPS, despite speculation.
US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
February 21, 2017
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
Solving Asia’s affordability crisis will not happen overnight, and will require both demand and supply-side measures.
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
President Trump: Implications for Sri Lanka
February 15, 2017
President Trump: Implications for Sri Lanka
What Trump's general philosophy and approach to Asia will mean for small states like Sri Lanka.
President Trump: Implications for Sri Lanka
The Danger of Najibizing Malaysia’s Foreign Policy
February 15, 2017
The Danger of Najibizing Malaysia’s Foreign Policy
Recent controversies over the country’s foreign policy decisions are the product of a broader problem.
The Danger of Najibizing Malaysia’s Foreign Policy
US Navy Christens New Littoral Combat Ship
February 15, 2017
US Navy Christens New Littoral Combat Ship
The latest addition to the U.S. Navy’s fleet of Littoral Combat Ships will be commissioned in 2018.
US Navy Christens New Littoral Combat Ship
While Trump and Abe Eye Bilateral Pact, Australia Keeps TPP Alive
February 12, 2017
While Trump and Abe Eye Bilateral Pact, Australia Keeps TPP Alive
Tokyo and Washington look to take the bilateral track but a slimmed-down TPP may still live on.
While Trump and Abe Eye Bilateral Pact, Australia Keeps TPP Alive
Malaysia’s New Army Chief Makes First Singapore Visit
February 11, 2017
Malaysia’s New Army Chief Makes First Singapore Visit
Zulkiple Kassim makes an introductory trip to the city-state amid an uncertain geopolitical environment.
Malaysia’s New Army Chief Makes First Singapore Visit
Too Late for a Singapore Reading Culture?
February 10, 2017
Too Late for a Singapore Reading Culture?
A closer look at a hotly-contested issue.
Too Late for a Singapore Reading Culture?
The Future of India-Indonesia Defense Ties
February 10, 2017
The Future of India-Indonesia Defense Ties
A closer look at the prospects for closer defense relations between the two sides.
The Future of India-Indonesia Defense Ties
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Is Wrong About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
February 09, 2017
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Is Wrong About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
Sorry, Hun Sen: the Rohingya crisis can’t be dismissed as Myanmar’s internal affair.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Is Wrong About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
The Enduring Strategic Logic of the New Australia-Singapore Military Training Deal
February 09, 2017
The Enduring Strategic Logic of the New Australia-Singapore Military Training Deal
The domestic difficulties of operationalizing an agreement should not detract from its clear strategic logic.
The Enduring Strategic Logic of the New Australia-Singapore Military Training Deal
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
February 08, 2017
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
With the Trans-Pacific Partnership on pause, the Asian free trade landscape has changed. What does that mean for Russia?
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
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