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Vietnam Reports Surge in Dengue Infections
July 29, 2016
Vietnam Reports Surge in Dengue Infections
The number of people with dengue fever has seen a 260 percent increase from just a year ago.
Vietnam Reports Surge in Dengue Infections
Brexit's Impact on Kazakhstan
July 29, 2016
Brexit's Impact on Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan has especially close ties with Britain. What happens when the U.K. leaves the EU?
Brexit's Impact on Kazakhstan
Will Pokémon Go Power Up Japan’s ‘Cool Economy’?
July 29, 2016
Will Pokémon Go Power Up Japan’s ‘Cool Economy’?
The game's phenomenal success is good for Nintendo, but it doesn't mean much for Japan's creative industry at large.
Will Pokémon Go Power Up Japan’s ‘Cool Economy’?
China’s Quest to Attract Foreign Talent
July 29, 2016
China’s Quest to Attract Foreign Talent
Can China overcome its "brain drain" to create a net inflow of highly skilled workers?
China’s Quest to Attract Foreign Talent
Kazakhstan: Oil Workers Strike in Zhanaozen
July 29, 2016
Kazakhstan: Oil Workers Strike in Zhanaozen
The strike--while brief--is another note in a litany of economic-based public frustrations.
Kazakhstan: Oil Workers Strike in Zhanaozen
US Lawsuit Against Malaysia's 1MDB: Who Is 'Official 1'?
July 29, 2016
US Lawsuit Against Malaysia's 1MDB: Who Is 'Official 1'?
The clues point to only one person.
US Lawsuit Against Malaysia's 1MDB: Who Is 'Official 1'?
The Dark Secrets of Thailand’s Military
July 29, 2016
The Dark Secrets of Thailand’s Military
One bold woman has thrown the institution into controversy in her pursuit of justice.
The Dark Secrets of Thailand’s Military
Who Leads Coups in Pakistan: The Military or the Establishment?
July 28, 2016
Who Leads Coups in Pakistan: The Military or the Establishment?
A look at the last coup attempt in Pakistan, the "London Plan" of 2014.
Who Leads Coups in Pakistan: The Military or the Establishment?
The Herding Life in Mongolia
July 28, 2016
The Herding Life in Mongolia
A look at the daily life of nomads 100 km outside of Ulaanbaatar.
The Herding Life in Mongolia
Brits Blacklist East Turkestan Islamic Movement
July 28, 2016
Brits Blacklist East Turkestan Islamic Movement
And U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice had "a candid exchange" about ETIM during her recent visit to Beijing.
Brits Blacklist East Turkestan Islamic Movement
Speaking to an Afghan Disciple of the Caliphate
July 28, 2016
Speaking to an Afghan Disciple of the Caliphate
An interview with a commander of the self-declared Islamic State in Afghanistan
Speaking to an Afghan Disciple of the Caliphate
ASEAN and the Logic of Collective Action
July 28, 2016
ASEAN and the Logic of Collective Action
To defend their interests against China, ASEAN members will have to overcome the temptation to free ride.
ASEAN and the Logic of Collective Action
The Problem With Afghanistan's Counterinsurgency
July 28, 2016
The Problem With Afghanistan's Counterinsurgency
Kabul is using a centralized approach to fight a decentralized insurgency.
The Problem With Afghanistan's Counterinsurgency
Is the Iran Nuclear Deal Going to Collapse?
July 28, 2016
Is the Iran Nuclear Deal Going to Collapse?
"Tension is mounting internationally as the flaws of the nuclear deal are repeatedly uncovered."
Is the Iran Nuclear Deal Going to Collapse?
Explaining America’s Gun Culture to China
July 28, 2016
Explaining America’s Gun Culture to China
How a Chinese intelligence analyst might explain the United States’ obsession with firearms.
Explaining America’s Gun Culture to China
Tibet, Xinjiang, and China’s Strong State Complex
July 28, 2016
Tibet, Xinjiang, and China’s Strong State Complex
China's refusal to change its ethnic policy reflects a historical mindset.
Tibet, Xinjiang, and China’s Strong State Complex
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