Why Should Xi Jinping Get a Raise?
January 22, 2015
Why Should Xi Jinping Get a Raise?
China is increasing compensation for public sector employees to stem corruption.
Why Should Xi Jinping Get a Raise?
Mutual Economic Reforms Can Rejuvenate Indo-US ties
January 21, 2015
Mutual Economic Reforms Can Rejuvenate Indo-US ties
For a true U.S.-India rapprochement, the two countries will have to reduce trade barriers and strengthen overall economic ties.
Mutual Economic Reforms Can Rejuvenate Indo-US ties
Is the United States a ‘Dangerous’ Ally?
January 20, 2015
Is the United States a ‘Dangerous’ Ally?
A former Australian prime minister is among those who argue that it is.
Is the United States a ‘Dangerous’ Ally?
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
January 18, 2015
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
The approach to Taiwan is strangely at odds with its policy elsewhere in the region.
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
Ashraf Ghani and the Pashtun Dilemma
January 18, 2015
Ashraf Ghani and the Pashtun Dilemma
If he is to succeed, Afghanistan’s president will need to come to grips with the country’s ethnic tensions.
Ashraf Ghani and the Pashtun Dilemma
Reforming China’s Migration Barriers
January 16, 2015
Reforming China’s Migration Barriers
If the hukou system reform is to be meaningful, it will have to be delinked from welfare benefits.
Reforming China’s Migration Barriers
Look Back to Move Forward: Advice to the New Sri Lanka President
January 15, 2015
Look Back to Move Forward: Advice to the New Sri Lanka President
Sri Lanka has a real chance to move on from its troubled past.
Look Back to Move Forward: Advice to the New Sri Lanka President
Afghanistan, Birthdays and War
January 15, 2015
Afghanistan, Birthdays and War
The legacy of conflict in Afghanistan is extensive, and should not be forgotten.
Afghanistan, Birthdays and War
China: The Influence of History
January 14, 2015
China: The Influence of History
How does history influence Chinese thought and behavior today?
China: The Influence of History
Marriage Registration for Minorities in Pakistan
January 14, 2015
Marriage Registration for Minorities in Pakistan
The lack of action on the marriage rights of minorities is shameful.
Marriage Registration for Minorities in Pakistan
Paris Attack: Jihadi Cancer Has Its Roots in Tehran
January 09, 2015
Paris Attack: Jihadi Cancer Has Its Roots in Tehran
“The spread of violent jihad across the world was the inspiration of Ayatollah Khomenei.”
Paris Attack: Jihadi Cancer Has Its Roots in Tehran
No, Stealth Missile Corvettes Won’t Help Taiwan
January 09, 2015
No, Stealth Missile Corvettes Won’t Help Taiwan
The new Tuo-Jiang-class missile corvette will do little to shore up Taiwan’s defense.
No, Stealth Missile Corvettes Won’t Help Taiwan
Pakistan and Islamic Ideology
January 06, 2015
Pakistan and Islamic Ideology
To eliminate terror, Pakistan needs to go further than ending the good Taliban-bad Taliban distinction.
Pakistan and Islamic Ideology
Cyber War, Free Speech, and National Security
January 06, 2015
Cyber War, Free Speech, and National Security
Time for a debate on the tension between free speech and national security in the age of cyber warfare.
Cyber War, Free Speech, and National Security
A Wake-Up Call for Pakistanis
January 04, 2015
A Wake-Up Call for Pakistanis
Pakistani citizens need to reconsider their tacit support for the Army and its national narrative.
A Wake-Up Call for Pakistanis
The Environmental Consequences of India’s Growth Model
January 03, 2015
The Environmental Consequences of India’s Growth Model
India seems unprepared for the potential environmental outcomes of its development policies.
The Environmental Consequences of India’s Growth Model
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