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Freed by Court, Pakistani Christian Aasia Bibi Still a Prisoner
January 17, 2019
Freed by Court, Pakistani Christian Aasia Bibi Still a Prisoner
Bibi's hiding place is comfortable enough, but it's still a jail of sorts.
Freed by Court, Pakistani Christian Aasia Bibi Still a Prisoner
South Korea to Receive First Two F-35A Stealth Fighters by the End of March
January 17, 2019
South Korea to Receive First Two F-35A Stealth Fighters by the End of March
The two aircraft are expected to be operationally deployed in April or May 2019.
South Korea to Receive First Two F-35A Stealth Fighters by the End of March
How Brexit Is Helping Vietnam in the South China Sea
January 17, 2019
How Brexit Is Helping Vietnam in the South China Sea
As the UK contemplates life after the EU, Vietnam is one of its most promising new partners.
How Brexit Is Helping Vietnam in the South China Sea
Serial Production of Russia’s Su-57 Stealth Fighter Delayed Until at Least 2020
January 17, 2019
Serial Production of Russia’s Su-57 Stealth Fighter Delayed Until at Least 2020
Russia will not buy the Su-57 in serial configuration before 2020, according to a Russian aviation industry source.
Serial Production of Russia’s Su-57 Stealth Fighter Delayed Until at Least 2020
Singapore-New Zealand Defense Ties in Focus With Military Exercise
January 16, 2019
Singapore-New Zealand Defense Ties in Focus With Military Exercise
The drills highlighted an aspect of their military relationship amid ongoing challenges.
Singapore-New Zealand Defense Ties in Focus With Military Exercise
How Long Can India’s China Juggle Last?
January 16, 2019
How Long Can India’s China Juggle Last?
While New Delhi continues to walk a fine balance, its ability to sustain this approach remains to be seen.
How Long Can India’s China Juggle Last?
How Taiwanese Think About Immigration
January 16, 2019
How Taiwanese Think About Immigration
A survey explores Taiwanese perceptions on immigration – especially from Southeast Asia.
How Taiwanese Think About Immigration
Timor-Leste Needs New Strategies to Create Jobs
January 16, 2019
Timor-Leste Needs New Strategies to Create Jobs
Despite the modest economic growth of the last decades, Timor-Leste cannot accommodate a rapidly growing young population.
Timor-Leste Needs New Strategies to Create Jobs
South Korea Once Again Choked by Dangerous Smog
January 16, 2019
South Korea Once Again Choked by Dangerous Smog
The heavy pollution is a recurring issue, but there’s no clear solution in sight.
South Korea Once Again Choked by Dangerous Smog
Heads of US and Chinese Navy Meet in Beijing
January 16, 2019
Heads of US and Chinese Navy Meet in Beijing
Admirals discuss reducing risk in interactions between two navies at-sea.
Heads of US and Chinese Navy Meet in Beijing
January 7 in Cambodia: One Date, Two Narratives
January 16, 2019
January 7 in Cambodia: One Date, Two Narratives
Cambodian politicians should move beyond their arguments over history and find common ground to move Cambodia forward.
January 7 in Cambodia: One Date, Two Narratives
Taliban Suicide Bomber Kills 4, Wounds Over 100 in Kabul
January 16, 2019
Taliban Suicide Bomber Kills 4, Wounds Over 100 in Kabul
The Taliban's bloody terror campaign continues with an attack on a favorite target.
Taliban Suicide Bomber Kills 4, Wounds Over 100 in Kabul
China’s Plan to Break off US Allies
January 16, 2019
China’s Plan to Break off US Allies
There’s a reason Beijing is pressuring Canada – not the US – over Meng Wanzhou’s arrest. Australia and New Zealand could be next.
China’s Plan to Break off US Allies
What to Expect in Inter-Korean Relations in 2019
January 16, 2019
What to Expect in Inter-Korean Relations in 2019
Can Kim and Moon make good on the budding new era of inter-Korean relations?
What to Expect in Inter-Korean Relations in 2019
Why Vietnam Should Host the Second Trump-Kim Summit
January 16, 2019
Why Vietnam Should Host the Second Trump-Kim Summit
Hanoi has been floated as a possible location for the second Trump-Kim summit.
Why Vietnam Should Host the Second Trump-Kim Summit
Japan Olympic Committee Chief Faces Criminal Corruption Investigation
January 15, 2019
Japan Olympic Committee Chief Faces Criminal Corruption Investigation
Tokyo’s successful bid for the 2020 Summer Olympics has been marred by a corruption scandal.
Japan Olympic Committee Chief Faces Criminal Corruption Investigation
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