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Luke Hunt
November 25, 2011
Luke Hunt
The Diplomat’s Southeast Asia correspondent answers questions on Burma, the U.S. base agreement with Australia and the start of the “Killing Fields” trial.
Luke Hunt
China and India: Great Power Rivals
November 21, 2011
China and India: Great Power Rivals
The Diplomat’s Southeast Asia correspondent Luke Hunt speaks with Mohan Malik, author of China and India – Great Power Rivals, for his take on how each of these potential superpowers is shaping up in the 21st century against a backdrop of political hype and possibly unrealistic expectations.
China and India: Great Power Rivals
James R. Holmes
November 18, 2011
James R. Holmes
Flashpoints contributor and U.S. Naval War College analyst James Holmes answers your questions on the U.S. military in the Pacific.
James R. Holmes
David Axe
November 10, 2011
David Axe
Flashpoints blogger David Axe answers readers questions on Taiwan, Israel and whether the U.S. Air Force can be trusted.
David Axe
Deadly Embrace
November 09, 2011
Deadly Embrace
The Diplomat speaks with Bruce Riedel, author of ‘Deadly Embrace’ about the future of U.S.-Pakistan relations.
Deadly Embrace
Tsunami
August 03, 2011
Tsunami
The Diplomat speaks with Jeff Kingston about the recovery effort from the March 11 tsunami that struck northeastern Japan.
Tsunami
Rajeev Sharma
May 06, 2011
Rajeev Sharma
The Diplomat speaks with Rajeev Sharma, Indian Decade blogger and author of ‘Pak Proxy War: A Story of ISI, bin Laden and Kargil,’ about al-Qaeda’s future following Osama bin Laden’s death.
Rajeev Sharma
David Axe
March 10, 2011
David Axe
The Diplomat speaks with defence analyst David Axe about his upcoming trip to Afghanistan and the difficulties of staying objective in war reporting.
David Axe
The New Silk Road
February 24, 2011
The New Silk Road
The Diplomat speaks with Ben Simpfendorfer, managing director of China Insider, about China’s relations in the Middle East.
The New Silk Road
Richard Weitz
January 19, 2011
Richard Weitz
The Diplomat contributor and security analyst Richard Weitz shares his thoughts on partisanship in US foreign policy making, Robert Gates’ J-20 ‘surprise’ and Hu Jintao’s current visit to Washington.
Richard Weitz
Michael Scheuer
December 09, 2010
Michael Scheuer
The Diplomat contributor Michael Scheuer is a best-selling author and the former head of the CIA’s Bin Laden Unit. He shares his thoughts with us on Afghanistan, Bin Laden’s current status and the importance of questioning the rhetoric of Western leaders.
Michael Scheuer
Sumit Ganguly
December 02, 2010
Sumit Ganguly
Indian Decade blogger Sumit Ganguly shares his thoughts on WikiLeaks, education in India and why there’s a dearth of talented political analysts there.
Sumit Ganguly
Luke Hunt
October 14, 2010
Luke Hunt
Next week, The Diplomat will be launching ASEAN Beat—a new blog covering South-east Asia. Among the regular contributors will be The Diplomat’s South-east Asia correspondent, Luke Hunt. We caught up with him to find out a bit more about his experiences reporting from the region.
Luke Hunt
Ulara Nakagawa
September 30, 2010
Ulara Nakagawa
Today we’re talking with The Diplomat Associate Editor Ulara Nakagawa, author of our New Emissary blog, about arts and culture in Asia.
Ulara Nakagawa
Shreyasi Singh
September 16, 2010
Shreyasi Singh
Today we’re talking with The Diplomat columnist Shreyasi Singh, an independent journalist based in New Delhi.
Shreyasi Singh
Counterinsurgency
September 09, 2010
Counterinsurgency
The Diplomat hears from counterinsurgency specialist David Kilcullen about the war in Afghanistan and the theory of COIN
Counterinsurgency
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