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Charter Reforms in Southeast Asia: The Good, The Bad, and The Half-Serious
August 20, 2014
Charter Reforms in Southeast Asia: The Good, The Bad, and The Half-Serious
Constitutional changes reflect democracy’s transitive nature in Southeast Asia.
Charter Reforms in Southeast Asia: The Good, The Bad, and The Half-Serious
A Coup Is Brewing in Afghanistan
August 20, 2014
A Coup Is Brewing in Afghanistan
All signs suggest that Hamid Karzai is considering a coup to stay in power in Afghanistan.
A Coup Is Brewing in Afghanistan
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
August 19, 2014
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
It is in Europe’s interests to join in defending the concept of freedom of navigation.
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
August 17, 2014
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
Now a magnet for foreign investors, Myanmar’s challenge is to ensure the investment benefits the nation.
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
August 15, 2014
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
The US today could draw some useful lessons for its Asia policy from the administration of President Gerald Ford.
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
August 15, 2014
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Once again the country does its international reputation no favors.
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
China's War on Drugs
August 14, 2014
China's War on Drugs
There's been a rapid increase in both drug use and drug-related arrests in China recently.
China's War on Drugs
Drug-Resistant Malaria: The World’s Next Health Crisis?
August 13, 2014
Drug-Resistant Malaria: The World’s Next Health Crisis?
Drug-resistant malaria strains are emerging in mainland Southeast Asia.
Drug-Resistant Malaria: The World’s Next Health Crisis?
Why Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Won’t Legitimize the CCP
August 12, 2014
Why Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Won’t Legitimize the CCP
Only improving the lot of China’s poor will ensure the ‘Mandate of Heaven.’
Why Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Won’t Legitimize the CCP
The Strategic Importance of Myanmar for India
August 12, 2014
The Strategic Importance of Myanmar for India
Myanmar is India’s bridge east, and an important ally for growing its regional power.
The Strategic Importance of Myanmar for India
China Needs to Get Busy Marketing BRICS Bank
August 10, 2014
China Needs to Get Busy Marketing BRICS Bank
A recent conference was a missed opportunity for Beijing to present the NDB as an alternative to Western finance.
China Needs to Get Busy Marketing BRICS Bank
US and China's Dueling Visions of ASEAN
August 10, 2014
US and China's Dueling Visions of ASEAN
At the ASEAN Regional Forum, America and China's contrasting narratives for the region may be on full display.
US and China's Dueling Visions of ASEAN
Russia May Block Western Flights to Asia
August 08, 2014
Russia May Block Western Flights to Asia
Russia may prohibit U.S. and EU airlines from traveling through its airspace on flights to and from the Asia-Pacific.
Russia May Block Western Flights to Asia
The Softer Side of China’s Military
August 08, 2014
The Softer Side of China’s Military
Disaster relief is an increasingly important mission for China's armed forces, both domestically and abroad.
The Softer Side of China’s Military
Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
August 06, 2014
Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
In her new book the potential 2016 presidential candidate talks about her approach to China.
Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
Rethinking Cambodia’s Reconciliation Process
August 01, 2014
Rethinking Cambodia’s Reconciliation Process
Involving only the country’s elites in the process will not be enough to keep the peace.
Rethinking Cambodia’s Reconciliation Process
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