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January 19, 2012

Bangladesh Coup "Foiled"
January 19, 2012

Bangladesh Coup "Foiled"

Bangladesh’s Army says it has foiled a coup attempt from “fanatical retired and serving officers.”

India's Think Tank Failure
January 19, 2012

India's Think Tank Failure

It’s no surprise the Brookings Institution has been named top global think tank. But where are India’s entries?

Cambodian Art Blossoms
January 19, 2012

Cambodian Art Blossoms

After decades of conflict, Cambodian art is flourishing as young artists mix the traditional with the modern.

Indonesia’s Submarine Play
January 19, 2012

Indonesia’s Submarine Play

Indonesia’s military has signed a $1.1 billion contract for three submarines. What does that mean for the region?

Indonesia’s Submarine Play
January 19, 2012

Indonesia’s Submarine Play

Indonesia’s military has signed a $1.1 billion contract for three submarines. What does that mean for the region?

Can China Control Social Media?
January 19, 2012

Can China Control Social Media?

China’s leaders have been playing up the dangers of anonymous micro-blogging. Are they making a mistake?

Time for Burma Exiles to Go Home?
January 19, 2012

Time for Burma Exiles to Go Home?

With signs that Burma’s government may be genuinely reforming, long-exiled media organizations are starting to believe the time is right to head home.

The January Spring
January 19, 2012

The January Spring

Political prisoners freed in Burma, pay cuts for Singapore’s politicians and Anwar’s acquittal. A good start to 2012.

Is Time Ripe for a Kazakh Spring?
January 19, 2012

Is Time Ripe for a Kazakh Spring?

By Joshua Kucera
Kazakhstan’s latest elections have been condemned as another sham. But protests in the city of Zhanaozen suggest the public’s patience is wearing thin.

January 19, 2012

The Flamboyant Mr. Chinnery

Some artists are better known in their adopted rather than home country. George Chinnery is one of them.

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