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Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
August 31, 2014
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
Plagiarism, fake credentials, and dry labbing occur everywhere, but seem to be particularly prevalent in South Korea.
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
August 31, 2014
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
North Korea may be impervious to sanctions, but not from climate change, Asia's economy and self-inflicted wounds
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
August 30, 2014
Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
Understanding the motives behind Beijing’s provocation will help the US and its partners deal with future incidents.
Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
Setting Naval Priorities
August 30, 2014
Setting Naval Priorities
The Naval Diplomat on the USS Saratoga, China's rogue pilots and setting naval priorities.
Setting Naval Priorities
Kim Jong-Un's Money Manager Defects to Russia
August 30, 2014
Kim Jong-Un's Money Manager Defects to Russia
The defection represents a serious breach that could reveal the regime's closely held secrets.
Kim Jong-Un's Money Manager Defects to Russia
East Asia’s Future: Extinction?
August 29, 2014
East Asia’s Future: Extinction?
Recent reports highlight the dire demographic outlook for the region.
East Asia’s Future: Extinction?
Australia’s Economic Diplomacy
August 29, 2014
Australia’s Economic Diplomacy
A sensible sounding policy needs the structure to support it.
Australia’s Economic Diplomacy
Forgetting the Lessons of the Asian Financial Crisis
August 29, 2014
Forgetting the Lessons of the Asian Financial Crisis
The disgraced former head of Daewoo Group is trying to rewrite the history of the Asian Financial Crisis.
Forgetting the Lessons of the Asian Financial Crisis
Japanese Cultural Influence Grows in India
August 29, 2014
Japanese Cultural Influence Grows in India
Japanese culture is permeating India, precipitating closer ties between the two countries.
Japanese Cultural Influence Grows in India
The Uncertain Future of Liberalism in South Korea
August 29, 2014
The Uncertain Future of Liberalism in South Korea
The Diplomat‘s Yong Kwon speaks to SinoNK's Steven Denney on the liberal movement in South Korean politics.
The Uncertain Future of Liberalism in South Korea
Free Trade Agreements: Not As Free As You Think
August 28, 2014
Free Trade Agreements: Not As Free As You Think
There is no free trade with or between major trading partners.
Free Trade Agreements: Not As Free As You Think
Is North Korea’s Summer of Hostility Winding Down?
August 28, 2014
Is North Korea’s Summer of Hostility Winding Down?
As joint US-ROK military drills close, now is the time to gauge Pyongyang’s appetite for dialogue.
Is North Korea’s Summer of Hostility Winding Down?
10 Biggest Asian Sports Stars
August 28, 2014
10 Biggest Asian Sports Stars
A look at the biggest Asian names in world sport today.
10 Biggest Asian Sports Stars
 Golf and Lightning: The Odd Realm of North Korean Sport
August 28, 2014
Golf and Lightning: The Odd Realm of North Korean Sport
North Korea appears to be devoting increased attention and resources to sport.
Golf and Lightning: The Odd Realm of North Korean Sport
Progress for Asia’s Women?
August 28, 2014
Progress for Asia’s Women?
As the anniversary of the UN conference in Beijing nears, the spotlight is falling on Asia’s women.
Progress for Asia’s Women?
Changing the Narrative in Northeast Asia
August 28, 2014
Changing the Narrative in Northeast Asia
South Korean and Japanese leaders need to change the history narrative and focus on common security challenges.
Changing the Narrative in Northeast Asia
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