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Asia’s Great Innovation Leap Forward
August 30, 2016
Asia’s Great Innovation Leap Forward
Asian countries are moving on up in the latest innovation ratings. Can the region sustain its progress?
Asia’s Great Innovation Leap Forward
Will an Abe-Xi Meeting Happen on the Sidelines of the 2016 G20 Summit?
August 29, 2016
Will an Abe-Xi Meeting Happen on the Sidelines of the 2016 G20 Summit?
The two leaders last met in April 2015.
Will an Abe-Xi Meeting Happen on the Sidelines of the 2016 G20 Summit?
The Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
August 26, 2016
The Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
How structural barriers impede South Korean women from joining the workforce.
The Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
Japanese Defense Diplomacy and ASEAN
August 26, 2016
Japanese Defense Diplomacy and ASEAN
What is the real purpose of Japan’s stepped up defense cooperation in Southeast Asia?
Japanese Defense Diplomacy and ASEAN
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
August 25, 2016
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
China's aid strategy contradicts the Western approach, but is arguably more effective in achieving development goals.
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
Can South Korea Capitalize on a Second Middle East Boom?
August 25, 2016
Can South Korea Capitalize on a Second Middle East Boom?
South Korea hopes that the Middle East is the answer to economic woes, but Seoul will have to tread carefully.
Can South Korea Capitalize on a Second Middle East Boom?
Are the United States and China Condemned to a Military Stalemate?
August 25, 2016
Are the United States and China Condemned to a Military Stalemate?
A new article posits a technology-heavy analysis of the future of the U.S.-China military balance.
Are the United States and China Condemned to a Military Stalemate?
The Soviet Korean Who Ended the Forgotten War
August 24, 2016
The Soviet Korean Who Ended the Forgotten War
The story of General Nam Il's incredible journey from the Russian Far East to North Korea, via Uzbekistan.
The Soviet Korean Who Ended the Forgotten War
North Korea Tests Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile as US-South Korea Exercises Begin
August 24, 2016
North Korea Tests Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile as US-South Korea Exercises Begin
The missile landed in the Sea of Japan and flew 300 kilometers, according to U.S. Strategic Command.
North Korea Tests Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile as US-South Korea Exercises Begin
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
August 24, 2016
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
A new recommended outline for U.S. Asia policy comes dangerously close to simply ceding U.S. interests in the region.
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
For a Grand Bargain with China
August 23, 2016
For a Grand Bargain with China
A new book lays out a comprehensive and detailed Asian foreign policy for the United States.
For a Grand Bargain with China
The One Place in Asia China Would Embrace More US Involvement
August 22, 2016
The One Place in Asia China Would Embrace More US Involvement
Beijing would welcome more engagement between the U.S. and North Korea -- and Washington should consider it.
The One Place in Asia China Would Embrace More US Involvement
Asia’s Emerging Markets: From Bust To Boom?
August 22, 2016
Asia’s Emerging Markets: From Bust To Boom?
The worst may be over for Asia's emerging markets, but growth will remain "slow and painful."
Asia’s Emerging Markets: From Bust To Boom?
Is China Losing South Korea?
August 22, 2016
Is China Losing South Korea?
Not entirely, but both countries need to make new adjustments to new realities.
Is China Losing South Korea?
India Eyes Israeli Foliage-Penetrating Radar for Kashmir Border Security
August 20, 2016
India Eyes Israeli Foliage-Penetrating Radar for Kashmir Border Security
Plus, Obama's UN plans for nuclear testing, "no first use," and more. Weekend links.
India Eyes Israeli Foliage-Penetrating Radar for Kashmir Border Security
The State and the CPP: Cambodia’s Social Contract
August 19, 2016
The State and the CPP: Cambodia’s Social Contract
In Cambodia, Hun Sen's CPP -- not the government -- has a monopoly on providing public goods.
The State and the CPP: Cambodia’s Social Contract
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