The Harsh Life of Thailand’s Migrant Workers
December 21, 2014
The Harsh Life of Thailand’s Migrant Workers
Two recent cases underscore just how difficult life is for migrant workers in Thailand.
The Harsh Life of Thailand’s Migrant Workers
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
December 20, 2014
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
Dr. Christine Fair talks with The Diplomat about the Peshawar attack and Islamabad’s response.
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate
December 20, 2014
Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate
Abe’s win at the polls signals a democracy in disarray and a shift to a neo-nationalist agenda.
Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
December 19, 2014
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
In fact, international law does provide an achievable solution to the China-Japan dispute.
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
Massacre in Pakistan
December 18, 2014
Massacre in Pakistan
No more “good” and “bad” Taliban as Pakistan responds to a horrific slaughter at a Peshawar school.
Massacre in Pakistan
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
December 17, 2014
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
After the positive feeling of the U.S.-China climate deal, a return to the realities of multilateral negotiations.
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
December 17, 2014
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
China wants the Gwadar port, but impoverished locals have no interest in foreign meddling.
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
2014: A Year in North Korean Security
December 16, 2014
2014: A Year in North Korean Security
A look at Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear programs over the past 12 months, and the region’s response.
2014: A Year in North Korean Security
The High-Stakes Battle for Sri Lanka’s Presidency
December 15, 2014
The High-Stakes Battle for Sri Lanka’s Presidency
An invigorated opposition presents a challenge for Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
The High-Stakes Battle for Sri Lanka’s Presidency
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
December 14, 2014
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
In a rare visit by an Indian PM, Modi begins navigating a complex region.
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
Boxing's Great Leap Forward
December 12, 2014
Boxing's Great Leap Forward
Pro boxing is taking off in China, helped by the emergence of a home-grown star.
Boxing's Great Leap Forward
Vladimir Putin’s Productive India Visit
December 12, 2014
Vladimir Putin’s Productive India Visit
India and Russia have affirmed their ties during a visit by Russia’s president this week.
Vladimir Putin’s Productive India Visit
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
December 12, 2014
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
Indonesia is well placed to play a leading role in developing a better regional architecture for the Indian Ocean.
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror
December 11, 2014
Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror
The outcome of the protests in one give the other a glimpse of what life might be like should it return to the mainland.
Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror
India's Big African Opportunity
December 11, 2014
India's Big African Opportunity
The postponed India-Africa Forum Summit remains an important opportunity for both players.
India's Big African Opportunity
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
December 10, 2014
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
A big win in Taipei by an independent candidate owed to more than discontent over China policy.
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
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