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US, Japan Cautiously Rebuild Ties With Thailand
February 26, 2015
US, Japan Cautiously Rebuild Ties With Thailand
Concerned at rising Chinese influence since last year’s coup, the two countries adopt a pragmatic approach.
US, Japan Cautiously Rebuild Ties With Thailand
Manipur and India’s ‘Act East’ Policy
February 25, 2015
Manipur and India’s ‘Act East’ Policy
As India tries to build links with its neighbors, the fate of the Northeastern state of Manipur will be revealing.
Manipur and India’s ‘Act East’ Policy
Thailand's Junta in Campaign to Mend US Ties
February 25, 2015
Thailand's Junta in Campaign to Mend US Ties
New ambassador charged with improving relations with Washington.
Thailand's Junta in Campaign to Mend US Ties
India’s Next Budget Needs a Vision for Leading Asia
February 24, 2015
India’s Next Budget Needs a Vision for Leading Asia
India's 2015 budget will need to address several key areas.
India’s Next Budget Needs a Vision for Leading Asia
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
February 22, 2015
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
News for the vital industry has been decidedly mixed of late.
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
ASEAN Has World’s Worst Elections
February 20, 2015
ASEAN Has World’s Worst Elections
A new report has some pretty bad news for the region on this score.
ASEAN Has World’s Worst Elections
Singapore and the Asian Century
February 19, 2015
Singapore and the Asian Century
The city-state has a potentially vital role to play in the West’s engagement with Asia.
Singapore and the Asian Century
Australians Attempt Bali Boycott
February 19, 2015
Australians Attempt Bali Boycott
With two Australians facing execution in Indonesia, a call has been made to boycott a popular tourist destination.
Australians Attempt Bali Boycott
Thailand Tells Chinese Tourists How to Behave
February 19, 2015
Thailand Tells Chinese Tourists How to Behave
Authorities to issue etiquette manuals following local complaints.
Thailand Tells Chinese Tourists How to Behave
Cambodia Bans Drones
February 19, 2015
Cambodia Bans Drones
Authorities issue a new directive citing privacy and security concerns.
Cambodia Bans Drones
Interview: Ambassador Joseph Yun
February 18, 2015
Interview: Ambassador Joseph Yun
The U.S. ambassador to Malaysia on the future of bilateral relations.
Interview: Ambassador Joseph Yun
The U.S. Needs to Get Tough on Thailand
February 18, 2015
The U.S. Needs to Get Tough on Thailand
By ignoring the democratic regression, Washington is sending dangerous signals to the rest of the region.
The U.S. Needs to Get Tough on Thailand
3 Ways China’s High Speed Railway Technology Can Help Its Foreign Policy
February 17, 2015
3 Ways China’s High Speed Railway Technology Can Help Its Foreign Policy
High speed railway will be the Chinese economy’s new name card.
3 Ways China’s High Speed Railway Technology Can Help Its Foreign Policy
ASEAN’s Transnational Crime Networks
February 17, 2015
ASEAN’s Transnational Crime Networks
New infrastructure within the region may be facilitating cross-border crime.
ASEAN’s Transnational Crime Networks
China’s 'One Belt, One Road' To Where?
February 17, 2015
China’s 'One Belt, One Road' To Where?
Why do Beijing’s regional trade and transport plans worry so many people?
China’s 'One Belt, One Road' To Where?
Southeast Asia’s Piracy Headache
February 15, 2015
Southeast Asia’s Piracy Headache
The region saw a spike in piracy in 2014, and attacks became more deadly.
Southeast Asia’s Piracy Headache
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