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Boeing to Produce 4 Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes for Australia
July 24, 2016
Boeing to Produce 4 Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes for Australia
A U.S. Navy contract modification awarded the U.S. aircraft maker a $100 million order for four new aircraft.
Boeing to Produce 4 Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes for Australia
A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?
July 24, 2016
A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?
The BOJ is determined to reverse the recent strengthening of Japan’s currency.
A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?
 ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
July 24, 2016
ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
Two suicide bombers struck a peaceful demonstration in Kabul today killing at least 80 and wounding over 230 people.
ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
Laos in the ASEAN Spotlight: Opportunities and Challenges
July 23, 2016
Laos in the ASEAN Spotlight: Opportunities and Challenges
As regional meetings kick off, we need to keep the bigger picture of Vientiane’s chairmanship in mind.
Laos in the ASEAN Spotlight: Opportunities and Challenges
East Asia’s State-Led Search for Energy Security
July 23, 2016
East Asia’s State-Led Search for Energy Security
Instead of collective efforts, states are increasingly taking unilateral steps to secure access to energy.
East Asia’s State-Led Search for Energy Security
Papua New Guinea's PM Defeats Vote of No Confidence
July 23, 2016
Papua New Guinea's PM Defeats Vote of No Confidence
Peter O'Neill survives the latest challenge to his leadership in an ongoing corruption scandal.
Papua New Guinea's PM Defeats Vote of No Confidence
Pakistan-China Hold Joint Border Patrols Near Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir
July 23, 2016
Pakistan-China Hold Joint Border Patrols Near Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir
The joint patrol took place amidst much media attention on India’s tank deployment in Ladakh.
Pakistan-China Hold Joint Border Patrols Near Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir
RIMPAC 2016: US Navy Test-Fires Anti-Ship Missile From Littoral Combat Ship
July 23, 2016
RIMPAC 2016: US Navy Test-Fires Anti-Ship Missile From Littoral Combat Ship
While the launch of a Harpoon anti-ship missile was a success, it failed to hit its designated target.
RIMPAC 2016: US Navy Test-Fires Anti-Ship Missile From Littoral Combat Ship
Terrorism in Asia: Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Beyond
July 23, 2016
Terrorism in Asia: Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Beyond
Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss terror in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia, and Nepali politics.
Terrorism in Asia: Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Beyond
A State Within a State: Tibetans in Nepal
July 22, 2016
A State Within a State: Tibetans in Nepal
Across the border from their homeland, Tibetans have created a self-sufficient community but remain officially stateless.
A State Within a State: Tibetans in Nepal
Duterte, Regional Security and the South China Sea
July 22, 2016
Duterte, Regional Security and the South China Sea
The Philippines’ new president needs to tread carefully in negotiating maritime issues.
Duterte, Regional Security and the South China Sea
Japan-China Relations at a Crossroads
July 22, 2016
Japan-China Relations at a Crossroads
Asia’s two biggest economic powers continue to struggle to find common ground.
Japan-China Relations at a Crossroads
US, Singapore Launch Maritime Exercise
July 22, 2016
US, Singapore Launch Maritime Exercise
CARAT Singapore 2016 kicked off this week.
US, Singapore Launch Maritime Exercise
Donald Trump’s Whataboutism
July 22, 2016
Donald Trump’s Whataboutism
If the US waits for utopia to argue in favor of liberty abroad, it will never happen.
Donald Trump’s Whataboutism
Japan to Receive 4 New V-22 Osprey Aircraft
July 22, 2016
Japan to Receive 4 New V-22 Osprey Aircraft
U.S. defense contractor Boeing has been awarded a $545 million contract for the delivery of 4 V-22 aircraft to Japan.
Japan to Receive 4 New V-22 Osprey Aircraft
China's Secret Weapon in the South China Sea: Cyber Attacks
July 22, 2016
China's Secret Weapon in the South China Sea: Cyber Attacks
After the South China Sea ruling, China throws another digital tantrum.
China's Secret Weapon in the South China Sea: Cyber Attacks
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