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Taking Stock of Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone
August 19, 2019
Taking Stock of Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone
The pilot program in Shanghai was supposed to be a model for national reform. How is it faring?
Taking Stock of Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone
US-Southeast Asia Counterterrorism Cooperation in the Headlines With New Philippines Training Facility  
August 19, 2019
US-Southeast Asia Counterterrorism Cooperation in the Headlines With New Philippines Training Facility  
The establishment of a new counterterrorism facility highlighted Washington’s role in supporting efforts in this area.
US-Southeast Asia Counterterrorism Cooperation in the Headlines With New Philippines Training Facility  
Sino-Indian Relations: Wuhan Spirit Under Growing Strain
August 19, 2019
Sino-Indian Relations: Wuhan Spirit Under Growing Strain
The already tenuous effort by both sides to manage their ties has been further complicated by contemporary developments.
Sino-Indian Relations: Wuhan Spirit Under Growing Strain
What’s in the New India-Vietnam Patrol Vessel Project Launch?
August 19, 2019
What’s in the New India-Vietnam Patrol Vessel Project Launch?
Both sides broke ground on the first specific project to operationalize their defense partnership in this realm.
What’s in the New India-Vietnam Patrol Vessel Project Launch?
Air Force Chief Introductory Visit Puts Singapore-Australia Defense Relations in Focus
August 19, 2019
Air Force Chief Introductory Visit Puts Singapore-Australia Defense Relations in Focus
The interaction highlighted some of the ongoing activity by the two sides in the security aspect of their relationship.
Air Force Chief Introductory Visit Puts Singapore-Australia Defense Relations in Focus
Japan Officially Selects F-35B for Its STOVL Fighter
August 18, 2019
Japan Officially Selects F-35B for Its STOVL Fighter
The aircraft will eventually see action off refitted Izumo-class light carriers.
Japan Officially Selects F-35B for Its STOVL Fighter
From ‘No First Use’ to ‘No, First Use?’
August 18, 2019
From ‘No First Use’ to ‘No, First Use?’
Is India’s nuclear policy heading into uncharted waters?
From ‘No First Use’ to ‘No, First Use?’
A Changing India: Caught Between Illiberalism and Social Revolution
August 18, 2019
A Changing India: Caught Between Illiberalism and Social Revolution
Is India on the cusp of a social revolution?
A Changing India: Caught Between Illiberalism and Social Revolution
North Korea Continues 2019 Missile Test Flurry With New Short-Range Missile Launches
August 18, 2019
North Korea Continues 2019 Missile Test Flurry With New Short-Range Missile Launches
The 6th test event since late-July included the second known launches of a new type of short-range missile.
North Korea Continues 2019 Missile Test Flurry With New Short-Range Missile Launches
Realities Clash With Idealism in Today’s Asia
August 18, 2019
Realities Clash With Idealism in Today’s Asia
The reality of what China’s rise means to different regional stakeholders must inform American policy.
Realities Clash With Idealism in Today’s Asia
Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions
August 18, 2019
Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions
Can the Northeast Asian trilateral leaders’ meeting materialize this year?
Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions
Indian Defense Minister: ‘Circumstances’ May Lead to Review of Nuclear ‘No First Use’ Policy
August 18, 2019
Indian Defense Minister: ‘Circumstances’ May Lead to Review of Nuclear ‘No First Use’ Policy
Will India abandon its ‘no first use’ pledge?
Indian Defense Minister: ‘Circumstances’ May Lead to Review of Nuclear ‘No First Use’ Policy
After 5G, Space Opens a New Frontier in US-China Rivalry
August 17, 2019
After 5G, Space Opens a New Frontier in US-China Rivalry
Countries must act now to preserve freedom of choice in the cosmos.
After 5G, Space Opens a New Frontier in US-China Rivalry
Will Modi Resume the Battle Against Corruption?
August 17, 2019
Will Modi Resume the Battle Against Corruption?
It would be costly not to. So how can Modi 2.0 advance anti-corruption efforts?
Will Modi Resume the Battle Against Corruption?
The Oil Spill in Indonesia Will Cost PT Pertamina
August 17, 2019
The Oil Spill in Indonesia Will Cost PT Pertamina
This is the second oil spill involving PT Pertamina in the last two years, and the legal consequences will be serious.
The Oil Spill in Indonesia Will Cost PT Pertamina
Taiwan’s New Power Party Faces Crisis After Departure of Heavyweights
August 17, 2019
Taiwan’s New Power Party Faces Crisis After Departure of Heavyweights
Two legislators and the party chairperson have quit the NPP, throwing the “third force” party into turmoil.
Taiwan’s New Power Party Faces Crisis After Departure of Heavyweights
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