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Here Come the Stereotypes: Central Asians Implicated in Istanbul Attack
July 01, 2016
Here Come the Stereotypes: Central Asians Implicated in Istanbul Attack
Turkish authorities have identified the three attackers as citizens of Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Uzbekistan.
Here Come the Stereotypes: Central Asians Implicated in Istanbul Attack
Pakistan's Shaheen-III Ballistic Missile May Use Chinese Transporter
July 01, 2016
Pakistan's Shaheen-III Ballistic Missile May Use Chinese Transporter
Does Pakistan's Shaheen-III ballistic missile use a Chinese transporter?
Pakistan's Shaheen-III Ballistic Missile May Use Chinese Transporter
China Congratulates Philippines' New President Duterte
July 01, 2016
China Congratulates Philippines' New President Duterte
China hopes to turn over a new leaf in relations with Manila.
China Congratulates Philippines' New President Duterte
Mongolian People’s Party Routs Democratic Party in Parliamentary Elections
July 01, 2016
Mongolian People’s Party Routs Democratic Party in Parliamentary Elections
Independent observers called the election orderly and competitive, but tainted by last-minute electoral legislation.
Mongolian People’s Party Routs Democratic Party in Parliamentary Elections
Forced Labor Remains Endemic in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan
July 01, 2016
Forced Labor Remains Endemic in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan
The two countries were downgraded in the U.S. State Department's annual Trafficking in Persons report.
Forced Labor Remains Endemic in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan
Mongolia Votes
July 01, 2016
Mongolia Votes
The Diplomat's Peter Bittner provides a first-hand look at election day in Mongolia's capital, Ulaanbaatar.
Mongolia Votes
Why Southeast Asian Countries Avoid Tilting Too Far Toward the US
July 01, 2016
Why Southeast Asian Countries Avoid Tilting Too Far Toward the US
Despite more U.S. engagement, Southeast Asian countries are getting better at hedging.
Why Southeast Asian Countries Avoid Tilting Too Far Toward the US
The US and the 1992 Consensus
July 01, 2016
The US and the 1992 Consensus
Looking at the recent comments by AIT Chairman Raymond Burghardt.
The US and the 1992 Consensus
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
June 30, 2016
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
China's assertiveness -- and U.S. hedging -- is a natural part of a power transition. It's also dangerous.
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
Wukan Stirs Again
June 30, 2016
Wukan Stirs Again
China's most famous democratically elected official gives a televised confession while constituents protest his arrest.
Wukan Stirs Again
Duterte and the Global Rise of Strongmen
June 30, 2016
Duterte and the Global Rise of Strongmen
Duterte is far from the only populist politician to rise to power in recent years.
Duterte and the Global Rise of Strongmen
Australia’s Election: Turnbull’s Time?
June 30, 2016
Australia’s Election: Turnbull’s Time?
After years of political instability, Australians go to the polls again on July 2.
Australia’s Election: Turnbull’s Time?
Opportunities Slipping Away in Afghanistan
June 30, 2016
Opportunities Slipping Away in Afghanistan
Both the Afghan government and the international coalition bear responsibility for the country’s lack of progress.
Opportunities Slipping Away in Afghanistan
Marshall Islands: Facing a Sea of Changes
June 30, 2016
Marshall Islands: Facing a Sea of Changes
El Niño brought drought and warmer waters to a Micronesian nation already facing a slew of environmental threats.
Marshall Islands: Facing a Sea of Changes
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