Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
August 26, 2015
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
Responding to the plight of the Rohingya is an international human rights imperative.
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
August 26, 2015
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
China's leaders haven't pursued structural reform to the extent necessary. After 'Black Monday,' they might have to.
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
Central Asia Must Unite to Revive the Aral Sea
August 25, 2015
Central Asia Must Unite to Revive the Aral Sea
Initial efforts to halt the devastating disappearance of the sea urgently need reinforcement.
Central Asia Must Unite to Revive the Aral Sea
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
August 25, 2015
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
Japan and the U.S. might prefer to keep the focus on the future, but for Korea it is not so simple.
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
Obama’s Disingenuousness on Iran
August 24, 2015
Obama’s Disingenuousness on Iran
For the Obama administration, was the "military option" ever really an option with Iran?
Obama’s Disingenuousness on Iran
Kiribati and the Future of Coal
August 21, 2015
Kiribati and the Future of Coal
This Pacific Island nation’s stand on coal has the power to shift climate politics.
Kiribati and the Future of Coal
Ichiro Ozawa: Statement on the 70th Anniversary of the End of WWII
August 20, 2015
Ichiro Ozawa: Statement on the 70th Anniversary of the End of WWII
"Japan still has not become a nation that truly understands democracy."
Ichiro Ozawa: Statement on the 70th Anniversary of the End of WWII
The Deal With Iran is Terrible. Here’s Why Congress Should Support it Anyway.
August 20, 2015
The Deal With Iran is Terrible. Here’s Why Congress Should Support it Anyway.
Killing the deal now won’t bring a better one.
The Deal With Iran is Terrible. Here’s Why Congress Should Support it Anyway.
Governments Need to Spend More on Fish Farming
August 19, 2015
Governments Need to Spend More on Fish Farming
The Bangladesh experience shows the importance of farm-reared fish in fighting hunger.
Governments Need to Spend More on Fish Farming
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
August 18, 2015
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
Pakistan's years of harboring and encouraging terrorism toward Afghanistan must come to an end.
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
MIKTA and Middle Power Diplomacy in the South China Sea
August 15, 2015
MIKTA and Middle Power Diplomacy in the South China Sea
The group of middle powers could potentially play an important role in the South China Sea disputes.
MIKTA and Middle Power Diplomacy in the South China Sea
Abe Stokes History Wars by Avoiding Apology
August 15, 2015
Abe Stokes History Wars by Avoiding Apology
With his 70th anniversary statement, the Japanese prime minister fails the test of history.
Abe Stokes History Wars by Avoiding Apology
What Does Myanmar's Purge Mean for Its Election?
August 14, 2015
What Does Myanmar's Purge Mean for Its Election?
Recent developments have thrown a spanner in the works.
What Does Myanmar's Purge Mean for Its Election?
Remembering World War II in Asia: Dishonest Visions of History?
August 13, 2015
Remembering World War II in Asia: Dishonest Visions of History?
Cold War divisions, now shorn of their ideological pretensions, have achieved a kind of second life in war memory.
Remembering World War II in Asia: Dishonest Visions of History?
China’s Political Firewall – Mass Arrest of Lawyers
August 12, 2015
China’s Political Firewall – Mass Arrest of Lawyers
For the international community it is business as usual, even as China detains hundreds of human rights defenders.
China’s Political Firewall – Mass Arrest of Lawyers
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
August 12, 2015
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
The People's Bank of China's decision to raise rates sends gloomy signal about the short-term future of China's economy.
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
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