Industrial Disputes in Cambodia: Beyond Strikes
May 22, 2015
Industrial Disputes in Cambodia: Beyond Strikes
Can the country resolve its ongoing clashes between labor and management?
Industrial Disputes in Cambodia: Beyond Strikes
The Rice and Fall of Yingluck Shinawatra
May 21, 2015
The Rice and Fall of Yingluck Shinawatra
The former Thai prime minister faces a potential jail term over a bungled rice scheme.
The Rice and Fall of Yingluck Shinawatra
Beijing’s Formidable Strategy in the South China Sea
May 21, 2015
Beijing’s Formidable Strategy in the South China Sea
Beijing is prevailing over its neighbors in the South China Sea. It may also have the solution.
Beijing’s Formidable Strategy in the South China Sea
China, Iceland and the Arctic
May 20, 2015
China, Iceland and the Arctic
Iceland is playing a growing role in China’s Arctic strategy.
China, Iceland and the Arctic
A Korean Conscientious Objector in Paris
May 19, 2015
A Korean Conscientious Objector in Paris
Rather than military service, a young South Korean pacifist is seeking asylum in France.
A Korean Conscientious Objector in Paris
Balancing China and the Realist Road to War
May 18, 2015
Balancing China and the Realist Road to War
The argument for balancing against China rests on some questionable assumptions.
Balancing China and the Realist Road to War
Britain-India: From Courted to Courtier
May 17, 2015
Britain-India: From Courted to Courtier
What accounts for New Delhi’s relative indifference to London’s overtures?
Britain-India: From Courted to Courtier
Taiwan and Strategic Security
May 15, 2015
Taiwan and Strategic Security
The U.S. declarative policy on Taiwan of “strategic ambiguity” needs to change sooner rather than later.
Taiwan and Strategic Security
Karachi’s Deadly Unrest
May 15, 2015
Karachi’s Deadly Unrest
A deadly bus attack underscores the tensions roiling Pakistan’s largest city.
Karachi’s Deadly Unrest
Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
May 14, 2015
Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
Recent elections suggest the political situation is worsening.
Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
Must the United States Fight China?
May 13, 2015
Must the United States Fight China?
Neither country “should act on the self-fulfilling expectation that conflict between them is inevitable.”
Must the United States Fight China?
Cost Disease in China's Military
May 13, 2015
Cost Disease in China's Military
The headline figures showing China’s growing military spending are misleading.
Cost Disease in China's Military
Abe’s Japan Cannot Apologize for the Pacific War
May 13, 2015
Abe’s Japan Cannot Apologize for the Pacific War
Yasukuni Shrine will continue to compromise any apology that Japan’s leaders can offer.
Abe’s Japan Cannot Apologize for the Pacific War
Indonesia's Biofuels Push
May 12, 2015
Indonesia's Biofuels Push
New biofuel subsidies are likely to have some serious environmental implications.
Indonesia's Biofuels Push
Taiwan’s Submarine Saga
May 11, 2015
Taiwan’s Submarine Saga
The Indigenous Defense Submarines program has had a long and convoluted history.
Taiwan’s Submarine Saga
India and Asian Leadership
May 08, 2015
India and Asian Leadership
Sixty years ago, India was at the forefront of efforts to create a new world order. Times have changed.
India and Asian Leadership
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