China in Central Asia: Building Border Posts in Tajikistan
September 26, 2016
China in Central Asia: Building Border Posts in Tajikistan
Dushanbe says Beijing will build 11 new posts along the Tajik-Afghan border.
China in Central Asia: Building Border Posts in Tajikistan
Western Journalistic Confirmation Bias: Reporting on Kashgar’s Old Town Renewal Project
September 19, 2016
Western Journalistic Confirmation Bias: Reporting on Kashgar’s Old Town Renewal Project
Western journalists’ analysis of massive works transforming Kashgar Old Town have been distorted by confirmation bias.
Western Journalistic Confirmation Bias: Reporting on Kashgar’s Old Town Renewal Project
India’s Most Powerful Destroyer: Navy to Launch Second Project 15B Warship
September 16, 2016
India’s Most Powerful Destroyer: Navy to Launch Second Project 15B Warship
The stealth guided missile destroyer will be launched in Mumbai on September 17.
India’s Most Powerful Destroyer: Navy to Launch Second Project 15B Warship
Russian, Tajik, Chinese 'Traces' on Bishkek Embassy Bombing
September 14, 2016
Russian, Tajik, Chinese 'Traces' on Bishkek Embassy Bombing
The August 30 attack on the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek was reportedly funded from abroad.
Russian, Tajik, Chinese 'Traces' on Bishkek Embassy Bombing
Understanding the Strategic Logic Behind the US-India Military Logistics Pact
September 14, 2016
Understanding the Strategic Logic Behind the US-India Military Logistics Pact
The U.S.-India Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement benefits both countries.
Understanding the Strategic Logic Behind the US-India Military Logistics Pact
China Confirms Development of New Long-Range Bomber
September 07, 2016
China Confirms Development of New Long-Range Bomber
The head of the PLA Air Force recently confirmed Chinese intentions to design and produce a new long-range bomber.
China Confirms Development of New Long-Range Bomber
Kuril Islands Dispute: Putin and Abe Once Again Get Serious About Finding a Solution
September 03, 2016
Kuril Islands Dispute: Putin and Abe Once Again Get Serious About Finding a Solution
Putin is signaling that he could be open to a compromise on the dispute, but there needs to be trust first.
Kuril Islands Dispute: Putin and Abe Once Again Get Serious About Finding a Solution
With the Hangzhou G20, China Demonstrates Its Global Leadership Credentials
September 03, 2016
With the Hangzhou G20, China Demonstrates Its Global Leadership Credentials
It is never easy to be a global leader, but China is determined to become one.
With the Hangzhou G20, China Demonstrates Its Global Leadership Credentials
China's Non-Chinese Approach to the South China Sea
September 03, 2016
China's Non-Chinese Approach to the South China Sea
Why has China undertaken such a radical departure in its foreign policy approach, as regards the South China Sea?
China's Non-Chinese Approach to the South China Sea
It's Time to Make the G20 More Asian
September 02, 2016
It's Time to Make the G20 More Asian
The G20 is incomplete without more Asian powers.
It's Time to Make the G20 More Asian
How Australia Needs to Manage its Relationship With China
September 01, 2016
How Australia Needs to Manage its Relationship With China
Corrective action is needed to avoid serious damage to Australian ties with China.
How Australia Needs to Manage its Relationship With China
Drowning Yunnan's Valleys
August 25, 2016
Drowning Yunnan's Valleys
In northern Yunnan, the future of multiple rural villages are under threat from hydropower dams along the Lancang.
Drowning Yunnan's Valleys
Dams and the Rise of Lancang River Fishing
August 24, 2016
Dams and the Rise of Lancang River Fishing
In Jinggu county, the construction of dams on the Lancang have created a recent fishing boom, though it may not last.
Dams and the Rise of Lancang River Fishing
Pu’er Tea: Worth Its Weight in Silver
August 23, 2016
Pu’er Tea: Worth Its Weight in Silver
In Yunnan, the city of Pu’er is renowned for producing some of the country’s most prestigious and expensive tea.
Pu’er Tea: Worth Its Weight in Silver
Bananas on the Lancang: Grown in Yunnan, Destined for Shanxi
August 18, 2016
Bananas on the Lancang: Grown in Yunnan, Destined for Shanxi
Along the banks of the Lancang in Yunnan, bananas grown from the river’s water are part of a complex network of national trade.
Bananas on the Lancang: Grown in Yunnan, Destined for Shanxi
China's Nightmare: Xinjiang Jihadists Go Global
August 17, 2016
China's Nightmare: Xinjiang Jihadists Go Global
While fighting in Syria, the Turkestan Islamic Party has joined forces with global jihadist movements.
China's Nightmare: Xinjiang Jihadists Go Global
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