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Start of a US-Sri Lanka 'Reset'?
May 04, 2015
Start of a US-Sri Lanka 'Reset'?
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visits Sri Lanka, bringing reassurances.
Start of a US-Sri Lanka 'Reset'?
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
May 01, 2015
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
Despite recent signs of modest progress, the fight to save Indonesia’s natural forests is far from being won.
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
April 30, 2015
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
Is the Obama administration too eager to embrace Sri Lanka’s new government?
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
Beyond the US Rebalance to Asia: A Regional Perspective
April 29, 2015
Beyond the US Rebalance to Asia: A Regional Perspective
A look at what US allies and partners are doing in the Asia-Pacific.
Beyond the US Rebalance to Asia: A Regional Perspective
China, Japan Spar Over Future of Asia-Africa Cooperation
April 23, 2015
China, Japan Spar Over Future of Asia-Africa Cooperation
While commemorating the 1955 Bandung Conference, China and Japan lay out competing visions for Asia and Africa.
China, Japan Spar Over Future of Asia-Africa Cooperation
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
April 22, 2015
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
The MSR is designed to pacify neighboring countries threatened by China’s territorial claims, but will it work?
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
Xi Jinping on Pakistan: 'I Feel As If I Am Going to Visit the Home of My Own Brother'
April 20, 2015
Xi Jinping on Pakistan: 'I Feel As If I Am Going to Visit the Home of My Own Brother'
Ahead of his trip to Pakistan, Xi Jinping published an op-ed outlining his priorities for the visit.
Xi Jinping on Pakistan: 'I Feel As If I Am Going to Visit the Home of My Own Brother'
The China-India Defense Dialogue
April 19, 2015
The China-India Defense Dialogue
The two countries seek to improve cooperation ahead of next month’s summit.
The China-India Defense Dialogue
An 'All Weather' Encounter: China's Xi Jinping Heads to Pakistan
April 18, 2015
An 'All Weather' Encounter: China's Xi Jinping Heads to Pakistan
Chinese President Xi Jinping will head to Pakistan next week. What's on the agenda?
An 'All Weather' Encounter: China's Xi Jinping Heads to Pakistan
Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
April 16, 2015
Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
China is achieving its foreign policy objectives without firing a shot.
Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
April 14, 2015
Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
What has Sri Lanka's Maithripala Sirisena manage to achieve in his first three months in office?
Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
Can Asia Overcome Lower Growth Speed Limits?
April 10, 2015
Can Asia Overcome Lower Growth Speed Limits?
The region continues to lead in growth, but the risks are growing.
Can Asia Overcome Lower Growth Speed Limits?
How Sri Lanka Won the War
April 09, 2015
How Sri Lanka Won the War
Lessons in strategy from an overlooked victory
How Sri Lanka Won the War
Can China Woo India to the Maritime Silk Road?
April 07, 2015
Can China Woo India to the Maritime Silk Road?
Aware of New Delhi's mistrust, Beijing is trying to link its MSR to India's own Project Mausam.
Can China Woo India to the Maritime Silk Road?
23 Countries Want India's Help in Yemen Evacuation Operations
April 07, 2015
23 Countries Want India's Help in Yemen Evacuation Operations
India's success in evacuating its citizens from Yemen hasn't gone unnoticed.
23 Countries Want India's Help in Yemen Evacuation Operations
China Makes Its Case For a Global Military
April 07, 2015
China Makes Its Case For a Global Military
China is using the successful Yemen evacuation to argue that a global PLA is good for the world.
China Makes Its Case For a Global Military
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