Taiwan’s Opposition Must Get Clear on the Country’s Sovereignty
August 01, 2015
Taiwan’s Opposition Must Get Clear on the Country’s Sovereignty
A recent statement by an ex-president is troubling.
Taiwan’s Opposition Must Get Clear on the Country’s Sovereignty
China-Taiwan Relations: Hardly a Crisis
July 31, 2015
China-Taiwan Relations: Hardly a Crisis
Cross-Strait relations have improved markedly, and elections in Taiwan need not reverse that.
China-Taiwan Relations: Hardly a Crisis
Better Get Used to it, China: Taiwan and Japan Will Get Closer
July 30, 2015
Better Get Used to it, China: Taiwan and Japan Will Get Closer
Geopolitical context and domestic sentiments mean Tokyo and Taipei are likely to draw closer together.
Better Get Used to it, China: Taiwan and Japan Will Get Closer
Bangladesh Joins the Knowledge Economy
July 30, 2015
Bangladesh Joins the Knowledge Economy
The country has made remarkable strides in its information technology sector.
Bangladesh Joins the Knowledge Economy
Afghanistan, Pakistan and a Rare Chance for Peace
July 30, 2015
Afghanistan, Pakistan and a Rare Chance for Peace
The start of talks is an opportunity that may not come again.
Afghanistan, Pakistan and a Rare Chance for Peace
Turkmenistan's Ongoing Media Crackdown
July 30, 2015
Turkmenistan's Ongoing Media Crackdown
RFE/RL’s Turkmen service is under increased pressure. One correspondent quit in June and another was arrested in July.
Turkmenistan's Ongoing Media Crackdown
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
July 27, 2015
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
In defense of the TPP's Investor-State Dispute Settlement provisions.
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
Want to Save Ukraine? Forget Europe, Look to China
July 26, 2015
Want to Save Ukraine? Forget Europe, Look to China
What if the American pivot to Asia had taken place in the 1940s?
Want to Save Ukraine? Forget Europe, Look to China
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
July 24, 2015
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
There are good reasons why Britain doesn't owe India reparations.
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
What History Tells Us About the Iran Deal and Regional Order
July 23, 2015
What History Tells Us About the Iran Deal and Regional Order
The early 1970s offers some interesting parallels.
What History Tells Us About the Iran Deal and Regional Order
Just How Far Will Chinese Tolerate the CCP's Authoritarianism?
July 21, 2015
Just How Far Will Chinese Tolerate the CCP's Authoritarianism?
Xi Jinping's crackdown may not be tolerated forever.
Just How Far Will Chinese Tolerate the CCP's Authoritarianism?
A New ‘Proactive’ Indian Foreign Policy under Modi?
July 21, 2015
A New ‘Proactive’ Indian Foreign Policy under Modi?
India’s foreign secretary suggests that more change is afoot than some acknowledge.
A New ‘Proactive’ Indian Foreign Policy under Modi?
Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
July 20, 2015
Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
When it comes to his new security legislation, the prime minister should listen to the Japanese people.
Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
America-China: Heading for South China Sea Clash?
July 20, 2015
America-China: Heading for South China Sea Clash?
Continued inaction can have unintended consequences.
America-China: Heading for South China Sea Clash?
End of the Beginning or Beginning of the End for Shinzo Abe?
July 20, 2015
End of the Beginning or Beginning of the End for Shinzo Abe?
At what cost to the U.S.-Japan alliance will Shinzo Abe pursue his defense reforms?
End of the Beginning or Beginning of the End for Shinzo Abe?
Who Cares if Iran Gets A Nuke? (Lessons from Pakistan)
July 17, 2015
Who Cares if Iran Gets A Nuke? (Lessons from Pakistan)
Sure, we have an Iran deal now, but is a nuclear Iran really so unthinkable?
Who Cares if Iran Gets A Nuke? (Lessons from Pakistan)
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