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India Develops Long-Endurance, Low-Altitute UAV
October 02, 2014
India Develops Long-Endurance, Low-Altitute UAV
Plus, a Chinese sub heads to the Gulf of Aden, Russia takes France to court, and more. Mid-week links.
India Develops Long-Endurance, Low-Altitute UAV
Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
September 27, 2014
Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
There’s been some notable no-shows on the Korean Peninsula this week.
Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
The Lucky Country Is About to Run Out of Luck
September 27, 2014
The Lucky Country Is About to Run Out of Luck
Its dependence commodities exports to China and housing sales leaves the Australian economy looking very exposed.
The Lucky Country Is About to Run Out of Luck
How Many Billionaires Are There in Asia?
September 26, 2014
How Many Billionaires Are There in Asia?
A lot, according to the most recent ‘billionaire census.’ And the number looks set to grow.
How Many Billionaires Are There in Asia?
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
September 24, 2014
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
Serious weaknesses within ASEAN threaten the realization of the bloc’s regional project.
Why the ASEAN Economic Community Will Struggle
Jokowi’s Priorities
September 20, 2014
Jokowi’s Priorities
A slowing economy, a poor education system, and crumbling infrastructure – there is much to choose from.
Jokowi’s Priorities
Project Mausam: India's Answer to China's 'Maritime Silk Road'
September 18, 2014
Project Mausam: India's Answer to China's 'Maritime Silk Road'
India is using its history, culture and geography to compete with China's "Maritime Silk Road."
Project Mausam: India's Answer to China's 'Maritime Silk Road'
China's Democracy Challenge
September 16, 2014
China's Democracy Challenge
Xi Jinping should follow in the footsteps of Chiang Ching-kuo, not Putin, Mao, or even Deng.
China's Democracy Challenge
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
September 14, 2014
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
The assumption that this coup will be like all the rest is based on flawed thinking.
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
September 12, 2014
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
Rail is crucial to the region’s progress, but management is often haphazard.
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
September 12, 2014
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Concerns are being voiced about the potential implications of the AEC, particularly for workers.
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy
September 11, 2014
Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy
Cambodia needs to step up its foreign policy, if it is to play a more active role in the region.
Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy
Japan's Abe Visits Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
September 08, 2014
Japan's Abe Visits Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Sri Lanka and Bangladesh with economics and security in mind.
Japan's Abe Visits Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
What Will Prayuth Do as Prime Minister?
September 06, 2014
What Will Prayuth Do as Prime Minister?
A look at what lies ahead for Thailand, under coup leader and new prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
What Will Prayuth Do as Prime Minister?
Can Limited Nuclear Attacks De-Escalate Conflicts?
September 06, 2014
Can Limited Nuclear Attacks De-Escalate Conflicts?
Plus, time to ban hypersonic missiles? Some general interest links.
Can Limited Nuclear Attacks De-Escalate Conflicts?
Asia Climbs Competitiveness Scale
September 05, 2014
Asia Climbs Competitiveness Scale
A WEF report had generally positive news for Asian economies, albeit with some warnings for the region’s giants.
Asia Climbs Competitiveness Scale
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