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‘We’re All Taiwanese Now’
October 13, 2011
‘We’re All Taiwanese Now’
Suggestions the US role in Asia is in decline are misplaced. And it has no plans to drop Taiwan to please China.
‘We’re All Taiwanese Now’
Adapting to a Porous World
October 12, 2011
Adapting to a Porous World
The past 12 months have underscored how technology is creating a new, and very real, political and social space.
Adapting to a Porous World
Obama's B Grade on ASEAN
October 10, 2011
Obama's B Grade on ASEAN
Barack Obama has made a welcome effort to re-engage with Asia. But his ASEAN policy needs some work.
Obama's B Grade on ASEAN
October 07, 2011
China's Satellite Diplomacy
A look at China’s communications satellite sector gives a good indicator of which countries Beijing is courting.
China's Satellite Diplomacy
The Cyber Proliferation Threat
October 06, 2011
The Cyber Proliferation Threat
The US can’t take its cyber edge for granted. Countries like North Korea will be happy to exploit vulnerabilities.
The Cyber Proliferation Threat
Manila's Balancing Act
October 04, 2011
Manila's Balancing Act
The South China Sea dispute underscores the problems the Aquino has in balancing China and the United States.
Manila's Balancing Act
Off-Shoring and Cyber Security
October 03, 2011
Off-Shoring and Cyber Security
Should the United States and Europe introduce stricter regulations for off-shore software development?
Off-Shoring and Cyber Security
September 30, 2011
China, the Varyag and Trust
China’s changing plans for its first aircraft carrier are likely to foster more mistrust of its military intentions.
China, the Varyag and Trust
Cosplay Diplomacy
September 29, 2011
Cosplay Diplomacy
Cosplay is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Japan should seize the chance to exploit it.
Cosplay Diplomacy
Still Life Left in B-52
September 28, 2011
Still Life Left in B-52
The US Air Force’s B-52 bombers may be aging, but there’s life left in them says Lt. Gen. James Kowalski.
Still Life Left in B-52
September 27, 2011
New Zealand in Asia
The Diplomat speaks with former New Zealand Prime Minister Mike Moore about his country’s place in Asia.
New Zealand in Asia
2012 – Ripe for a Flashpoint
September 26, 2011
2012 – Ripe for a Flashpoint
With a series of elections and other events in Asia-Pacific next year, there’s plenty of room for tensions to boil over.
2012 – Ripe for a Flashpoint
US Air Force Faces Reality
September 25, 2011
US Air Force Faces Reality
A top US general outlines his priorities for the US Air Force as the service is forced to confront tight budgets.
US Air Force Faces Reality
F-35 Doubts
September 22, 2011
F-35 Doubts
Is a key partner in the F-35 consortium having doubts about the fighter’s anti-surface weapons systems?
F-35 Doubts
Leveraging Contemporary Art
September 21, 2011
Leveraging Contemporary Art
The work of artists like Nyoman Masriadi have huge potential for diplomacy. Does everyone recognise this?
Leveraging Contemporary Art
A NATO-Like ASEAN?
September 20, 2011
A NATO-Like ASEAN?
Should ASEAN adopt standards similar to NATO? There would be significant regional implications if it does.
A NATO-Like ASEAN?
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