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Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia's War Debt
April 22, 2017
Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia's War Debt
Two wrongs do not make a right.
Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia's War Debt
The Real Risk of US Military Force Against North Korea
April 22, 2017
The Real Risk of US Military Force Against North Korea
The recent U.S. strikes on Syria and Afghanistan could pose a disturbing lesson for the North Korea issue.
The Real Risk of US Military Force Against North Korea
America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy
April 21, 2017
America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy
“The U.S. has a stake in the advancement of Indonesia’s anti-impunity, judicial, and institutional goals."
America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy
The Nuclear Test Ban: Time to Finish What We Started
April 21, 2017
The Nuclear Test Ban: Time to Finish What We Started
Two decades after the CTBT's signing, now is time for the world’s leading states to come together to finish what we started
The Nuclear Test Ban: Time to Finish What We Started
The Chinese Are Winning?
April 19, 2017
The Chinese Are Winning?
The Economist apparently thinks so.
The Chinese Are Winning?
Iran's 2017 Election: Ahmadinejad’s Candidacy Signals the Regime's Weakening
April 19, 2017
Iran's 2017 Election: Ahmadinejad’s Candidacy Signals the Regime's Weakening
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's entrance into Iran's electoral race is deeply dangerous.
Iran's 2017 Election: Ahmadinejad’s Candidacy Signals the Regime's Weakening
Time to Resurrect the Asian Relations Conference
April 18, 2017
Time to Resurrect the Asian Relations Conference
Modern Asia can learn a lot from the 1947 conference's vision of Asian solidarity.
Time to Resurrect the Asian Relations Conference
Even a Horrific Murder Isn't Enough to Shake Pakistan's Blasphemy Laws
April 18, 2017
Even a Horrific Murder Isn't Enough to Shake Pakistan's Blasphemy Laws
The murder of Mashal Khan is the latest tragedy connected to blasphemy accusations. His death won't be the last.
Even a Horrific Murder Isn't Enough to Shake Pakistan's Blasphemy Laws
Stop the Suu Kyi Blame Game in Myanmar
April 15, 2017
Stop the Suu Kyi Blame Game in Myanmar
Don't rush to judgement on Aung San Suu Kyi just yet.
Stop the Suu Kyi Blame Game in Myanmar
Fighting Kleptocrats in Afghanistan: The Case for Unexplained Wealth Orders
April 09, 2017
Fighting Kleptocrats in Afghanistan: The Case for Unexplained Wealth Orders
Unexplained wealth orders can be a positive start in the fight against corruption.
Fighting Kleptocrats in Afghanistan: The Case for Unexplained Wealth Orders
Bangladesh Extending Aid, Upgraded Facilities to Displaced Rohingya
April 07, 2017
Bangladesh Extending Aid, Upgraded Facilities to Displaced Rohingya
But the government needs international support to deal with the humanitarian crisis.
Bangladesh Extending Aid, Upgraded Facilities to Displaced Rohingya
Will Xi Build Trump's Great Wall?
April 06, 2017
Will Xi Build Trump's Great Wall?
What if China offered to build Trump's pet project, a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border?
Will Xi Build Trump's Great Wall?
Are India-Pakistan Relations Doomed?
April 06, 2017
Are India-Pakistan Relations Doomed?
The stubborn realities in the bilateral relationship show few signs of changing anytime soon.
Are India-Pakistan Relations Doomed?
Earth to Trump: Needed, an East Asia Policy
April 05, 2017
Earth to Trump: Needed, an East Asia Policy
Tough talk alone is not going to be helpful with North Korea.
Earth to Trump: Needed, an East Asia Policy
Positive Signs as Asia-Pacific Moves Toward Global Development Goals
April 05, 2017
Positive Signs as Asia-Pacific Moves Toward Global Development Goals
The region is making gain on quality of life and gender equality, but poverty remains a pressing concern.
Positive Signs as Asia-Pacific Moves Toward Global Development Goals
How Trump Can Strike the Right Tone With Xi and China
April 04, 2017
How Trump Can Strike the Right Tone With Xi and China
Fresh off a domestic political set-back, Trump needs to show a strong image abroad.
How Trump Can Strike the Right Tone With Xi and China
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