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November 30, 2011

Questions Aplenty on Burma
November 30, 2011

Questions Aplenty on Burma

A panel discussion in New Delhi underscores the ongoing questions about the longevity of reforms in Burma.

Latin America's Pacific Gateway
November 30, 2011

Latin America's Pacific Gateway

The Diplomat speaks with Chile’s ambassador to the United States about his country’s plans in the Asia-Pacific.

Pune Terror Suspects Held
November 30, 2011

Pune Terror Suspects Held

Police in New Delhi say six men believed to be members of the Indian Mujahideen have been detained.

China’s Burma Fightback
November 30, 2011

China’s Burma Fightback

Burma may welcome the thaw in U.S. ties marked by Hillary Clinton’s visit. But its interests still lay with China.

China’s Burma Fightback
November 30, 2011

China’s Burma Fightback

Burma may welcome the thaw in U.S. ties marked by Hillary Clinton’s visit. But its interests still lay with China.

The Folly of Drone Strikes
November 30, 2011

The Folly of Drone Strikes

The drone attacks employed by the U.S. in Pakistan are of questionable legality. They are also simply counter-productive.

Judging Clinton’s Burma Visit
November 30, 2011

Judging Clinton’s Burma Visit

History will be made with Hillary Clinton’s visit to Burma. But will the trip be a success?

November 30, 2011

Does China Get Freedom?

Was Deng Xiaoping the last Chinese leader with the authority to ignore symbolic issues overseas?

Arroyo Faces Long Legal Battles
November 30, 2011

Arroyo Faces Long Legal Battles

Former Philippine President Gloria Arroyo is detained over corruption and fraud allegations. Was she hoping to flee?

Wolf Fathers and Harvard Girls
November 30, 2011

Wolf Fathers and Harvard Girls

Why China’s Wolf Father and Harvard Girl have sparked an intense debate about approaches to parenting.

November 30, 2011

The Case for Li Yuanchao

Li Yuanchao has many of the right qualities to succeed Wen Jiabao. It’s a shame he probably won’t.

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