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March 28, 2012

Time to Call North Korea's Bluff
March 28, 2012

Time to Call North Korea's Bluff

The U.S. shouldn’t be sucked into more tit-for-tat with North Korea. Observing its “satellite” launch may help.

After Gingrich, Cook
March 28, 2012

After Gingrich, Cook

Just days after a painful defeat for Newt Gingrich in Louisiana, a leading analyst gives his take on the race.

March 28, 2012

Barah Aana and Truth

Ties between India and Italy may have been tense, but Barah Aana is a reminder of what collaboration can do.

Is the Rupee on the Rise?
March 28, 2012

Is the Rupee on the Rise?

India’s deal with Iran to pay part of its oil bills in rupees could herald the wider use of the currency.

Taking the Piracy Fight Ashore
March 28, 2012

Taking the Piracy Fight Ashore

A top Chinese general has suggested a new approach to fighting piracy in Somalia. Caution is warranted.

March 28, 2012

Do U.S. Cuts Threaten its Allies?

An increasingly cash-strapped America is promising significant cuts to its military. Coupled with a rising China, would the U.S. have to give up on its allies?

An Asian Arms Race?
March 28, 2012

An Asian Arms Race?

The term “arms race” is overused. But China and India are spending more even as their GDP growth falls.

Burma’s Most Unenviable Politician
March 28, 2012

Burma’s Most Unenviable Politician

As Burma prepares for potentially groundbreaking by-elections on April 1, spare a thought for the man running against Aung San Suu Kyi.

Burma, Vietnam and Christianity
March 28, 2012

Burma, Vietnam and Christianity

Authoritarian Burma and Vietnam have plenty in common. An apparent mistrust of Christianity is one.

China’s Iran Influence Limited
March 28, 2012

China’s Iran Influence Limited

China may not have as much influence over Iran as assumed. There are signs Beijing is keeping its distance.

China’s Iran Influence Limited
March 28, 2012

China’s Iran Influence Limited

China may not have as much influence over Iran as assumed. There are signs Beijing is keeping its distance.

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