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Even as Talks Stall, the Korean DMZ Continues to Rebrand
May 22, 2019
Even as Talks Stall, the Korean DMZ Continues to Rebrand
New peace trails show small signs of progress in inter-Korean relations.
Even as Talks Stall, the Korean DMZ Continues to Rebrand
Central Asia and Japan: 15 Years of Multilateral Cooperation
May 22, 2019
Central Asia and Japan: 15 Years of Multilateral Cooperation
Issues of trade, transport, investment, tourism, and security topped the agenda at the 7th Central Asia + Japan dialogue.
Central Asia and Japan: 15 Years of Multilateral Cooperation
South Korea Opens Bid for 12 Anti-Submarine Warfare Helicopters
May 22, 2019
South Korea Opens Bid for 12 Anti-Submarine Warfare Helicopters
The South Korean defense ministry has kicked off a bid for the country’s second batch of anti-submarine warfare helicopters.
South Korea Opens Bid for 12 Anti-Submarine Warfare Helicopters
Indonesia Officially Awards Election to Jokowi
May 21, 2019
Indonesia Officially Awards Election to Jokowi
The official count released Tuesday confirmed earlier projections that Joko Widodo would be re-elected as president.
Indonesia Officially Awards Election to Jokowi
Trump and Abe: The Odd Couple
May 21, 2019
Trump and Abe: The Odd Couple
There's a clear strategic rationale for Abe's over-the-top efforts to cultivate a relationship with Trump.
Trump and Abe: The Odd Couple
What Does China Want From WTO Reforms?
May 21, 2019
What Does China Want From WTO Reforms?
Within China, arguments rage about how to shape the future of the World Trade Organization.
What Does China Want From WTO Reforms?
Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative
May 21, 2019
Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative
Can East Asia come together to strengthen its financial system?
Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative
US, Japan Conduct Cooperative Naval Deployment in Strait of Malacca
May 21, 2019
US, Japan Conduct Cooperative Naval Deployment in Strait of Malacca
The exercise placed the spotlight on one of the region’s most important strategic chokepoints.
US, Japan Conduct Cooperative Naval Deployment in Strait of Malacca
Delivery of Russia’s First <em>Yasen-M</em> Attack Submarine Pushed to 2020
May 21, 2019
Delivery of Russia’s First Yasen-M Attack Submarine Pushed to 2020
Technical problems will reportedly delay the delivery of the new attack sub Kazan by a year or more.
Delivery of Russia’s First Yasen-M Attack Submarine Pushed to 2020
India Delivers Two Mi-24V Attack Helicopters to Afghanistan
May 21, 2019
India Delivers Two Mi-24V Attack Helicopters to Afghanistan
India delivered the first two of four Mi-24V helicopter gunships to the Afghan Air Force on May 16.
India Delivers Two Mi-24V Attack Helicopters to Afghanistan
South China Sea: US Destroyer Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation Near Scarborough Shoal
May 21, 2019
South China Sea: US Destroyer Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation Near Scarborough Shoal
The operation is the second of its kind in the month of May 2019.
South China Sea: US Destroyer Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation Near Scarborough Shoal
3 Ways China Can Make the Belt and Road Initiative More Successful
May 21, 2019
3 Ways China Can Make the Belt and Road Initiative More Successful
China's BRI can be more successful if it prioritizes these three measures.
3 Ways China Can Make the Belt and Road Initiative More Successful
Pakistan’s Economy Remains Imran Khan’s Biggest Challenge
May 21, 2019
Pakistan’s Economy Remains Imran Khan’s Biggest Challenge
The task of effectively managing the economy is going to be the government’s biggest political challenge in the coming months.
Pakistan’s Economy Remains Imran Khan’s Biggest Challenge
India’s Marathon Election Ends, Vote Counting to Begin Thursday
May 21, 2019
India’s Marathon Election Ends, Vote Counting to Begin Thursday
Turnout remained high at 64.9 percent.
India’s Marathon Election Ends, Vote Counting to Begin Thursday
China-India Border Talks Remain Difficult Amid Map Burning Controversy
May 21, 2019
China-India Border Talks Remain Difficult Amid Map Burning Controversy
Will China’s burning of maps stymie bilateral efforts?
China-India Border Talks Remain Difficult Amid Map Burning Controversy
Upping the Ante in the US-China Trade War
May 21, 2019
Upping the Ante in the US-China Trade War
Insights from Nien Su.
Upping the Ante in the US-China Trade War
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