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December 14, 2011

Report: Japan Chooses F-35
December 14, 2011

Report: Japan Chooses F-35

Reports suggest Japan is set to buy F-35 fighters from the United States. Is the move substantive or symbolic?

Russia, India at Crossroads
December 14, 2011

Russia, India at Crossroads

A summit between India and Russia is a reminder of the potential of bilateral ties. India could learn from China.

India: China not Eyeing Attack
December 14, 2011

India: China not Eyeing Attack

China isn’t planning a military attack against India, Manmohan Singh tells the country’s parliament.

Can China Handle America’s Return?
December 14, 2011

Can China Handle America’s Return?

The United States’ decision to “pivot” back to the Asia-Pacific is welcome among its allies. But what about its most assertive rising power?

Beijing Pollution at "Crisis Level"
December 14, 2011

Beijing Pollution at "Crisis Level"

Beijing’s air pollution has hit crisis levels, says one official. Will the govt change the way it measures air quality?

China's ASEAN Opportunity
December 14, 2011

China's ASEAN Opportunity

The dispute in the South China Sea may grab the headlines, but China’s role in Southeast Asia can be positive.

December 14, 2011

America’s Afghan Supply Problem

By Joshua Kucera
The killing of 24 Pakistani soldiers in a U.S. air attack has left the U.S. more dependent on Uzbekistan. But is Tashkent a reliable – or advisable – partner?
An IDEAS Approach to Diplomacy
December 14, 2011

An IDEAS Approach to Diplomacy

The Diplomat speaks with Prof. Michael Cox and Gordon Barrass about China’s rise, transatlantic relations and how a new course at the London School of Economics’ IDEAS fits into international diplomacy.

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