Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden
July 31, 2015
Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden
Without Chinese revelations about Chinese hacking and espionage, a cyber-détente is unlikely.
Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden
Japan’s Strategy for Central Asia
July 30, 2015
Japan’s Strategy for Central Asia
With a surprisingly proactive policy, Japan is a significant player in the region.
Japan’s Strategy for Central Asia
Uyghur Terrorism: A Misnomer?
July 28, 2015
Uyghur Terrorism: A Misnomer?
Conflating domestic protest with international terrorism is unhelpful.
Uyghur Terrorism: A Misnomer?
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
July 27, 2015
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
The trade deal would be a giant step for the four Southeast Asian countries currently in talks.
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
July 25, 2015
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
The UN World Food Programme has confirmed it will be cutting food rations for internally displaced persons.
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
July 25, 2015
China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
Elegant in theory, Beijing’s grand strategy is triggering an Asian security dilemma.
China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
Squabbling Energy Oligarchs Threaten Moscow’s LNG Plans
July 24, 2015
Squabbling Energy Oligarchs Threaten Moscow’s LNG Plans
Russia is at risk of missing out on Asia’s giant gas market.
Squabbling Energy Oligarchs Threaten Moscow’s LNG Plans
Belarus and Kyrgyzstan – Eurasia's Unlikeliest Bedfellows
July 23, 2015
Belarus and Kyrgyzstan – Eurasia's Unlikeliest Bedfellows
Tensions over the 2010 Kyrgyz coup are giving way to growing links.
Belarus and Kyrgyzstan – Eurasia's Unlikeliest Bedfellows
China and Magna Carta
July 23, 2015
China and Magna Carta
How Chinese view the historic document – and their own Constitution.
China and Magna Carta
Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
July 22, 2015
Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
How the Arakan Army is emerging as a major player in Myanmar’s civil war.
Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
Afghanistan’s Peace Process: A Long Road Ahead
July 20, 2015
Afghanistan’s Peace Process: A Long Road Ahead
The start of talks is a positive step, but much could still go wrong.
Afghanistan’s Peace Process: A Long Road Ahead
Archaeology and the South China Sea
July 20, 2015
Archaeology and the South China Sea
A new maritime archaeology vessel is another component in China’s strategy for the South China Sea.
Archaeology and the South China Sea
Modi and the Sino-Indian Game for Iranian Gas
July 17, 2015
Modi and the Sino-Indian Game for Iranian Gas
The Indian prime minister makes his opening move in a mini “Great Game.”
Modi and the Sino-Indian Game for Iranian Gas
El Niño and Southeast Asia
July 16, 2015
El Niño and Southeast Asia
The region is highly susceptible to El Niño events, and to climate change.
El Niño and Southeast Asia
Abe's World War 2 Statement: Beyond History
July 16, 2015
Abe's World War 2 Statement: Beyond History
The factors shaping the Abe Statement are far more complex than historical issues alone.
Abe's World War 2 Statement: Beyond History
Naval Buildups in the South China Sea
July 15, 2015
Naval Buildups in the South China Sea
Southeast Asian naval capabilities are surging. But how meaningful is that?
Naval Buildups in the South China Sea
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