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Sri Lanka: The Rajapaksas Rise Again
January 20, 2017
Sri Lanka: The Rajapaksas Rise Again
Disillusionment with the Sirisena regime is running high, giving the Rajapaksa clan a chance to reclaim lost glory.
Sri Lanka: The Rajapaksas Rise Again
Why China’s Submarine Deal with Bangladesh Matters
January 20, 2017
Why China’s Submarine Deal with Bangladesh Matters
A deeper look at Dhaka’s role in an intensifying Great Game in the Indian Ocean.
Why China’s Submarine Deal with Bangladesh Matters
Why Ban Ki-Moon Is Not Going To Be the Next South Korean President
January 18, 2017
Why Ban Ki-Moon Is Not Going To Be the Next South Korean President
Ban's political shortcomings, and a spotty track record as secretary-general, make him a lackluster candidate.
Why Ban Ki-Moon Is Not Going To Be the Next South Korean President
India Should Tread Carefully on Missile Sale to Vietnam
January 18, 2017
India Should Tread Carefully on Missile Sale to Vietnam
It's important for India not to go out of its way to involve itself in China's maritime disputes.
India Should Tread Carefully on Missile Sale to Vietnam
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
January 13, 2017
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
Colombo should reconsider its position on wartime accountability.
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
Azerbaijan's Growing Military Cooperation With Pakistan
January 13, 2017
Azerbaijan's Growing Military Cooperation With Pakistan
Baku is seeking out increased defense imports from Pakistan, including JF-17 aircraft.
Azerbaijan's Growing Military Cooperation With Pakistan
Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
January 11, 2017
Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
Taylor Dibbert and Ankit Panda discuss Sri Lanka's domestic politics and foreign policy.
Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
India Has Nothing to Fear From China's 'Belt and Road'
January 11, 2017
India Has Nothing to Fear From China's 'Belt and Road'
India is more than capable of helping shape the future of connectivity in Asia.
India Has Nothing to Fear From China's 'Belt and Road'
Why Women in India Still Feel Unsafe
January 10, 2017
Why Women in India Still Feel Unsafe
Four years after a horrific attack in Delhi sparked outrage, India has made little progress on sexual assault.
Why Women in India Still Feel Unsafe
India, Sri Lanka Revisit Palk Strait Fishing Dispute in Ministerial Talks
January 03, 2017
India, Sri Lanka Revisit Palk Strait Fishing Dispute in Ministerial Talks
India agreed to crack down on bottom trawling, an environmentally destructive and unsustainable fishing practice.
India, Sri Lanka Revisit Palk Strait Fishing Dispute in Ministerial Talks
The Bay of Bengal Naval Arms Race
December 30, 2016
The Bay of Bengal Naval Arms Race
As Bangladesh and Myanmar build up their navies, India and China compete to supply equipment.
The Bay of Bengal Naval Arms Race
Pakistan’s Foreign Policy in 2016: Flashbacks, Challenges, and Opportunities
December 28, 2016
Pakistan’s Foreign Policy in 2016: Flashbacks, Challenges, and Opportunities
Did 2016 represent a foreign policy turning point for Pakistan?
Pakistan’s Foreign Policy in 2016: Flashbacks, Challenges, and Opportunities
Najib’s Dangerous and Self-Serving Rohingya Campaign
December 24, 2016
Najib’s Dangerous and Self-Serving Rohingya Campaign
The Malaysian prime minister’s intrusion into a sensitive issue in Myanmar carries risks of its own.
Najib’s Dangerous and Self-Serving Rohingya Campaign
Submarines in the Bangladesh Navy: Acquired Deterrence or Strategic Misstep?
December 21, 2016
Submarines in the Bangladesh Navy: Acquired Deterrence or Strategic Misstep?
Bangladesh's purchase of two submarines from China may be a net negative in the long run.
Submarines in the Bangladesh Navy: Acquired Deterrence or Strategic Misstep?
Reforming Taiwan's Immigration Policy
December 21, 2016
Reforming Taiwan's Immigration Policy
Though measures are already in the works, much more remains to be done.
Reforming Taiwan's Immigration Policy
When Travel Writing Becomes Propaganda: Sri Lanka Edition
December 14, 2016
When Travel Writing Becomes Propaganda: Sri Lanka Edition
A recent travel piece on the war-torn nation misses the mark badly.
When Travel Writing Becomes Propaganda: Sri Lanka Edition
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