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Where Is Duterte’s Foreign Policy Going? A Chinese Perspective
October 25, 2016
Where Is Duterte’s Foreign Policy Going? A Chinese Perspective
Duterte is a skillful realist and knows how to appropriately balance between China and the United States.
Where Is Duterte’s Foreign Policy Going? A Chinese Perspective
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
October 24, 2016
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
Has the Philippines president made a real shift in foreign policy, or is his rhetoric a negotiating tactic?
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
Meet India's New Patriots and Nationalists, From Bollywood and Business
October 24, 2016
Meet India's New Patriots and Nationalists, From Bollywood and Business
"Nation comes first." A new euphemistic refrain emerges in India.
Meet India's New Patriots and Nationalists, From Bollywood and Business
Let’s Not Forget Afghanistan’s Internally Displaced Persons
October 21, 2016
Let’s Not Forget Afghanistan’s Internally Displaced Persons
Most IDPs, like refugees, need protection from ongoing conflicts and deserve to live free from the fear of persecution.
Let’s Not Forget Afghanistan’s Internally Displaced Persons
Can Trumpism Survive Without Trump?
October 20, 2016
Can Trumpism Survive Without Trump?
A look at whether the message may live on beyond the messenger in the United States.
Can Trumpism Survive Without Trump?
Why the Non-Aligned Movement Needs to Be Resuscitated
October 20, 2016
Why the Non-Aligned Movement Needs to Be Resuscitated
It is time we give the non-alignment movement due credit and take steps to invigorate the movement.
Why the Non-Aligned Movement Needs to Be Resuscitated
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
October 19, 2016
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
The subregion can do much more to combat the threat, and India can lead these efforts.
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
North Korea: Seeing and Believing
October 19, 2016
North Korea: Seeing and Believing
Perceiving and understanding North Korea is problematic, inhibiting meaningful engagement processes.
North Korea: Seeing and Believing
Facing the Realities of the North Korean Non-Strategy
October 18, 2016
Facing the Realities of the North Korean Non-Strategy
Sanctions have not and will not stop the North Korean nuclear program. It is time to rethink U.S. strategy.
Facing the Realities of the North Korean Non-Strategy
The Failure of Foreign Aid in Afghanistan
October 18, 2016
The Failure of Foreign Aid in Afghanistan
Attempts to buy security have been misguided.
The Failure of Foreign Aid in Afghanistan
A Japanese Perspective on Hangzhou G20
October 18, 2016
A Japanese Perspective on Hangzhou G20
China needs to demonstrate “reciprocity” if it wishes to act as a superpower.
A Japanese Perspective on Hangzhou G20
Why Should the US Talk to North Korea?
October 18, 2016
Why Should the US Talk to North Korea?
A willingness to sit down and talk with an adversary is a sign of strength, not weakness.
Why Should the US Talk to North Korea?
Cyberattacks and the Authoritarian Context
October 16, 2016
Cyberattacks and the Authoritarian Context
The motives of state-sponsored hackers go beyond simple tactical, intelligence and economic gains.
Cyberattacks and the Authoritarian Context
Bhumibol Adulyadej and Buddhist Kingship in Thailand
October 15, 2016
Bhumibol Adulyadej and Buddhist Kingship in Thailand
Rama IX served as a revered symbol and also shielded his country from the worst consequences of its political instability.
Bhumibol Adulyadej and Buddhist Kingship in Thailand
Now Is the Time to Hit Pakistan With Sanctions
October 15, 2016
Now Is the Time to Hit Pakistan With Sanctions
It is time to put a credible threat of sanctions on the table.
Now Is the Time to Hit Pakistan With Sanctions
Thai Patience With Junta Rule May End When the King Dies
October 13, 2016
Thai Patience With Junta Rule May End When the King Dies
Will Thai citizens tolerate the Junta's rule without their beloved king?
Thai Patience With Junta Rule May End When the King Dies
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