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How a Russian 'Treasure Ship' Makes Waves in South Korea's Stock Market
August 15, 2018
How a Russian 'Treasure Ship' Makes Waves in South Korea's Stock Market
For decades, firms claiming to have discovered the Dmitrii Donskoi have caused major fluctuations in the stock market.
How a Russian 'Treasure Ship' Makes Waves in South Korea's Stock Market
13 Years of Peace Without Justice or Truth in Aceh
August 15, 2018
13 Years of Peace Without Justice or Truth in Aceh
There may be peace in Aceh, but truth and justice remain elusive.
13 Years of Peace Without Justice or Truth in Aceh
Zhengzhou and Luxembourg: An Improbable Partnership
August 15, 2018
Zhengzhou and Luxembourg: An Improbable Partnership
How the Belt and Road is playing out in one rural Chinese province's links to Europe.
Zhengzhou and Luxembourg: An Improbable Partnership
Imagining the Withdrawal of US Forces from South Korea
August 15, 2018
Imagining the Withdrawal of US Forces from South Korea
The unthinkable has become thinkable.
Imagining the Withdrawal of US Forces from South Korea
The Hidden Failure of US-India Counterterrorism Cooperation
August 15, 2018
The Hidden Failure of US-India Counterterrorism Cooperation
While New Delhi is getting more diplomatic support for its position, it is doing little to change the threat Pakistan poses.
The Hidden Failure of US-India Counterterrorism Cooperation
Indonesia’s 2019 Election Heats Up With Vice Presidential Picks
August 15, 2018
Indonesia’s 2019 Election Heats Up With Vice Presidential Picks
The choices provided an extraordinarily dramatic start to what will be a closely watched race.
Indonesia’s 2019 Election Heats Up With Vice Presidential Picks
Taliban Talks in Uzbekistan, Violence Continues in Afghanistan
August 15, 2018
Taliban Talks in Uzbekistan, Violence Continues in Afghanistan
With talks up north and violence in the southeast, the war in Afghanistan lurches toward its 17th year.
Taliban Talks in Uzbekistan, Violence Continues in Afghanistan
Chinese Experts Challenge Western Generalists in Diplomacy
August 15, 2018
Chinese Experts Challenge Western Generalists in Diplomacy
Despite potential quality problems, China’s diplomatic corps has a key advantage: a strong focus on regional experience.
Chinese Experts Challenge Western Generalists in Diplomacy
What China’s Newly Inducted S-400 Means for the Balance of Power in the Taiwan Strait
August 14, 2018
What China’s Newly Inducted S-400 Means for the Balance of Power in the Taiwan Strait
Taiwan's fighter jets will stand little chance of evading attacks by the new missile system.
What China’s Newly Inducted S-400 Means for the Balance of Power in the Taiwan Strait
Japan: 5 Things to Watch in the Next LDP Presidential Election
August 14, 2018
Japan: 5 Things to Watch in the Next LDP Presidential Election
Don't dismiss the upcoming LDP elections as a done deal. Here are five things to pay attention to as the election approaches.
Japan: 5 Things to Watch in the Next LDP Presidential Election
The Government of Bangladesh Needs to Stop Silencing Its Citizens
August 14, 2018
The Government of Bangladesh Needs to Stop Silencing Its Citizens
Bangladeshi citizens deserve to be heard and the government needs to accept responsibility for its failures.
The Government of Bangladesh Needs to Stop Silencing Its Citizens
Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
August 14, 2018
Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
Once again, Jakarta will lose a top leader to a campaign for national office.
Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
China’s Worst Banks: The ‘Lehman’ Factor
August 14, 2018
China’s Worst Banks: The ‘Lehman’ Factor
Insights from Brandon Emmerich.
China’s Worst Banks: The ‘Lehman’ Factor
Tsai Ing-wen Made a Rare, High-Profile Stopover in the US
August 14, 2018
Tsai Ing-wen Made a Rare, High-Profile Stopover in the US
As Beijing increases its pressure on Taipei, Tsai vows “to be firm so that no one can obliterate Taiwan.”
Tsai Ing-wen Made a Rare, High-Profile Stopover in the US
Why Xi Jinping Thought Is a Threat to China's Future
August 14, 2018
Why Xi Jinping Thought Is a Threat to China's Future
China's institutional infrastructure is weaker than it might appear at first glance.
Why Xi Jinping Thought Is a Threat to China's Future
Back to Wakhan: Kyrgyz Returnees Head Back to Afghanistan
August 14, 2018
Back to Wakhan: Kyrgyz Returnees Head Back to Afghanistan
A group of ethnic Kyrgyz who moved to Kyrgyzstan last year from Afghanistan have returned to the Pamirs -- why?
Back to Wakhan: Kyrgyz Returnees Head Back to Afghanistan
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