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Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
August 01, 2014
Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
A Cambodian delegation led by General Tea Banh visited Thailand to discuss defense cooperation, among other issues.
Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
July 30, 2014
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
Cambodia’s development and energy security require hydroelectric development.
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
The New Thailand-Myanmar Axis
July 29, 2014
The New Thailand-Myanmar Axis
With China’s backing, post-coup Thailand and Myanmar-- ASEAN's quasi-democracies-- are moving closer together.
The New Thailand-Myanmar Axis
Russia’s Growing Isolation
July 29, 2014
Russia’s Growing Isolation
As international polls show growing dislike of Russia over Ukraine, East Asia may be its last option for cooperation.
Russia’s Growing Isolation
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
July 28, 2014
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
It is time for the two powers to work together on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
HADR and US-China Military Cooperation
IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
July 27, 2014
IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
The International Monetary Fund downgrades growth for emerging countries in Asia.
IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
China’s War on the Internet
July 26, 2014
China’s War on the Internet
With more Chinese going online, the CCP has strengthened its effort to create an Internet with Chinese Characteristics.
China’s War on the Internet
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
July 24, 2014
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
With the country increasingly engaged with Asia, can it generate more interest in Asian language study?
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
Interview: Laos Prime Minister in Exile
July 24, 2014
Interview: Laos Prime Minister in Exile
The prime minister of the Royal Lao Government in Exile on his hopes for the restoration of the Laotian monarchy.
Interview: Laos Prime Minister in Exile
Thailand’s Rice Scheme Post-Mortem
July 24, 2014
Thailand’s Rice Scheme Post-Mortem
The nation remains as divided as ever over the fallout from the Shinawatras’ controversial rice subsidies.
Thailand’s Rice Scheme Post-Mortem
Thailand Establishes Interim Constitution
July 24, 2014
Thailand Establishes Interim Constitution
The new constitution grants sweeping powers to the military junta that took over on May 22.
Thailand Establishes Interim Constitution
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
July 23, 2014
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
His presidency will face early challenges, meaning Joko will need to draw on his popular and regional support.
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
Thailand’s Democracy Under Siege
July 22, 2014
Thailand’s Democracy Under Siege
If the country is to reform, it must go beyond politics.
Thailand’s Democracy Under Siege
Corporate Japan’s Best Chance for Survival: Abroad
July 18, 2014
Corporate Japan’s Best Chance for Survival: Abroad
With dim long-term growth prospects at home, companies innovate overseas.
Corporate Japan’s Best Chance for Survival: Abroad
Thailand’s Crisis and the 1932 Revolution
July 16, 2014
Thailand’s Crisis and the 1932 Revolution
The country will not be able to move forward until it has properly dealt with its past.
Thailand’s Crisis and the 1932 Revolution
Asia Fears But Likes China
July 16, 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
A new Pew survey finds that Asia nations fear a military conflict with China, but still view it favorable.
Asia Fears But Likes China
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