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July 2016

China, Vietnam Hold Joint Drills
July 30, 2016

China, Vietnam Hold Joint Drills

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Exercises said to build on law enforcement cooperation.

Jokowi and the Death Penalty: Weighing the Costs and Benefits
July 30, 2016

Jokowi and the Death Penalty: Weighing the Costs and Benefits

By Khoo Ying Hooi and Huong Yu Sin
Indonesia's president continues to execute drug offenders, despite international pressure.
How is Kazakhstan's Community Outreach Going?
July 30, 2016

How is Kazakhstan's Community Outreach Going?

By Catherine Putz
Turkmenistan restructures its energy industry, Tajikistan's stateless cling to Soviet passports; recommended reads.

Dalit Protest Over Gujarat Attack
July 30, 2016

Dalit Protest Over Gujarat Attack

By Padmapriya Govindarajan
A recent incident has sparked outrage.

Why New Delhi Should Revise Its Nuclear Doctrine
July 30, 2016

Why New Delhi Should Revise Its Nuclear Doctrine

By Amit R Saksena
It's time for India to rethink its no first use policy.

Pakistan Needs a New Security Paradigm
July 30, 2016

Pakistan Needs a New Security Paradigm

By Touqir Hussain and Ishrat Saleem
It's time for Islamabad to think bigger.

The Point of ASEAN
July 30, 2016

The Point of ASEAN

By Kristoffer Daniel Li
ASEAN's potential lies not in solving the South China Sea issue, but in creating a truly "people-centric" community.
Advancing the US-Singapore Strategic Partnership
July 30, 2016

Advancing the US-Singapore Strategic Partnership

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A visit by the city-state’s premier is expected to boost a key U.S. relationship in the Asia-Pacific.

After the South China Sea Ruling, Time for More FONOPs
July 29, 2016

After the South China Sea Ruling, Time for More FONOPs

By Joseph Bosco
Whether China cooperates or not, the ruling lets the United States correct earlier mistakes in ensuring navigational freedoms.

Confirmed: India Signs $1 Billion Contract for 4 New Sub-Hunter Planes
July 29, 2016

Confirmed: India Signs $1 Billion Contract for 4 New Sub-Hunter Planes

By Franz-Stefan Gady
India’s Ministry of Defense placed a follow-on order for four more U.S.-made Poseidon 8I Neptune aircraft this week.

US Court Says Rules for Navy Low Frequency Sonar Program Violate Laws to Protect Whales
July 29, 2016

US Court Says Rules for Navy Low Frequency Sonar Program Violate Laws to Protect Whales

By Steven Stashwick
The decision affects rules for operating a long range U.S. Navy submarine surveillance program.
The Future of China's Diplomacy in the Middle East
July 26, 2016

The Future of China's Diplomacy in the Middle East

By Xue Li and Zheng Yuwen
Despite its rising power, China should resist the temptation to become militarily involved in the Middle East.

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