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India Should Look East, to Northeast India
The Debate

India Should Look East, to Northeast India

By Mukesh Rawat
It is time for New Delhi to recognize the ideological changes taking place in India’s Northeast, and reciprocate.
China, Russia Seek Expanded Defense Cooperation
China Power

China, Russia Seek Expanded Defense Cooperation

By Shannon Tiezzi
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu is in Beijing for a visit.

North Korean Official Departs for Russia
The Koreas

North Korean Official Departs for Russia

By Tae-jun Kang
Choe Ryong-hae, Kim Jong-un's special envoy to Putin, has left for Russia.

US, Japan, Australia Boost Maritime Cooperation
Flashpoints

US, Japan, Australia Boost Maritime Cooperation

By Ankit Panda
The leaders of the three countries met on the sidelines of the 2014 G20 meeting in Brisbane, Australia.

India Tops Report on Global Slavery
The Pulse

India Tops Report on Global Slavery

By Ankit Panda
According to the Walk Free Foundation's 2014 Global Slavery Report, India is home to 14 million "modern slaves."
China's Prescription for Troubled Xinjiang: The New Silk Road
China Power

China's Prescription for Troubled Xinjiang: The New Silk Road

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Silk Road plan has important domestic ramifications for China's restive Xinjiang province.

Okinawa’s Election Fallout for the US-Japan Alliance
Tokyo Report

Okinawa’s Election Fallout for the US-Japan Alliance

By Clint Richards
An inability to reach a settlement could have implications for the effectiveness of allied forces in the region.
Signs of Sino-Japanese Détente Despite New US-Japan Defense Guidelines?
Tokyo Report

Signs of Sino-Japanese Détente Despite New US-Japan Defense Guidelines?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Both sides seem to be trying to defuse tensions, if not actually addressing the underlying causes.

Integrating Taiwan’s Strengths into Global Climate Action
The Debate

Integrating Taiwan’s Strengths into Global Climate Action

By Kuo-Yen Wei
It is time to let Taiwan join the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Australia’s FTA Balancing Act
Oceania

Australia’s FTA Balancing Act

By Clint Richards
New Chinese and Indian agreements highlight Canberra’s evolving Indo-Pacific trade strategy.

A Tale of Two Offset Strategies
Flashpoints

A Tale of Two Offset Strategies

By Zachary Keck
The Pentagon's new Offset Strategy is modeled on two very different historical examples.
Will History Repeat in Japan?
Pacific Money

Will History Repeat in Japan?

By Anthony Fensom
Poor economic data prompt election talk and put the next consumption tax hike in doubt.

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