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It Just Became Much Easier to Travel to India
November 29, 2014
It Just Became Much Easier to Travel to India
India's new visa-on-arrival scheme will make traveling there much easier.
It Just Became Much Easier to Travel to India
Does China Need to Abandon North Korea?
November 28, 2014
Does China Need to Abandon North Korea?
China may not need to “abandon” North Korea, just as China never truly “had” North Korea.
Does China Need to Abandon North Korea?
Tough Times for Korean Elders
November 28, 2014
Tough Times for Korean Elders
A recent pension scheme does not go far enough for many of South Korea’s poorer seniors.
Tough Times for Korean Elders
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
November 27, 2014
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
The region has made little headway in achieving gender equality.
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
One Year of ADIZ: What Next for China?
November 27, 2014
One Year of ADIZ: What Next for China?
China's East China Sea air defense identification zone (ADIZ) remains ambiguous.
One Year of ADIZ: What Next for China?
China Makes Inroads Into India's Backyard
November 27, 2014
China Makes Inroads Into India's Backyard
At the SAARC summit in Nepal, China seeks deeper relationship with South Asian countries.
China Makes Inroads Into India's Backyard
Seoul’s Losing Birth Rate Battle
November 26, 2014
Seoul’s Losing Birth Rate Battle
The capital requires a comprehensive policy to stave off ‘extinction.’
Seoul’s Losing Birth Rate Battle
Vietnam, the US, and Japan in the South China Sea
November 26, 2014
Vietnam, the US, and Japan in the South China Sea
Prospects for regional security hinges heavily on how these actors relate to the South China Sea issue.
Vietnam, the US, and Japan in the South China Sea
Kim Jong-un Blasts US 'Aggressors'
November 26, 2014
Kim Jong-un Blasts US 'Aggressors'
Plus, Afghan "proxy wars," South Asian nukes, reflections on China's ADIZ and more. Mid-week links.
Kim Jong-un Blasts US 'Aggressors'
Dr. Strangelove’s Advice to U.S. and Russian Nuclear Planners
November 26, 2014
Dr. Strangelove’s Advice to U.S. and Russian Nuclear Planners
A recent report offers some disturbing advice for nuclear weapons policy.
Dr. Strangelove’s Advice to U.S. and Russian Nuclear Planners
Hagel's Out -- What About the Pivot to Asia?
November 25, 2014
Hagel's Out -- What About the Pivot to Asia?
Chuck Hagel, despite his flaws, was an asset for the administration's 'pivot' to Asia.
Hagel's Out -- What About the Pivot to Asia?
Leftist Politics and Balloon Launching: More Complicated Than You Think
November 25, 2014
Leftist Politics and Balloon Launching: More Complicated Than You Think
The politics of leaflet propaganda shows the complexities of the domestic political scene in South Korea.
Leftist Politics and Balloon Launching: More Complicated Than You Think
Troubled Skies Above the East China Sea
November 24, 2014
Troubled Skies Above the East China Sea
In its 2014 Report to Congress, the USCC underscores China’s challenge to the U.S. position in East Asia.
Troubled Skies Above the East China Sea
Australia and Great Power Cyber Strategy after APEC
November 24, 2014
Australia and Great Power Cyber Strategy after APEC
It is time to develop a more meaningful cybersecurity dialogue between Australia and China.
Australia and Great Power Cyber Strategy after APEC
India and China: Lessons From a Lost Oil Field in Syria
November 23, 2014
India and China: Lessons From a Lost Oil Field in Syria
Rising energy needs and a turbulent Middle East may drive cooperation between Asia’s two giants.
India and China: Lessons From a Lost Oil Field in Syria
Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
November 23, 2014
Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
Myanmar continues to backslide on reforms. It might be time to stop giving its leaders the benefit of the doubt.
Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
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