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Modi’s Desperate Move to Rebuild His Image in Nepal
May 15, 2018
Modi’s Desperate Move to Rebuild His Image in Nepal
Modi's star has fallen in Nepal since his first visit in 2014. Can he rekindle the relationship?
Modi’s Desperate Move to Rebuild His Image in Nepal
Vietnam-Israel Military Ties in the Spotlight with Bilateral Meeting
May 15, 2018
Vietnam-Israel Military Ties in the Spotlight with Bilateral Meeting
The growing defense relationship between the two sides was in the headlines again recently.
Vietnam-Israel Military Ties in the Spotlight with Bilateral Meeting
Singapore-Brunei Security Ties in Focus with Presidential Visit
May 15, 2018
Singapore-Brunei Security Ties in Focus with Presidential Visit
Defense issues were in the spotlight again in a recent interaction between the two Southeast Asian states.
Singapore-Brunei Security Ties in Focus with Presidential Visit
Could the US Navy Blockade China in Wartime?
May 14, 2018
Could the US Navy Blockade China in Wartime?
Blockading mainland China presents a range of strategic setbacks for the United States.
Could the US Navy Blockade China in Wartime?
The Afghan Peace Process: An FAQ
May 14, 2018
The Afghan Peace Process: An FAQ
M. Ashraf Haidari explores the challenges and opportunities facing the peace process.
The Afghan Peace Process: An FAQ
What Has Karl Marx Ever Done for China?
May 14, 2018
What Has Karl Marx Ever Done for China?
The key to Marx's appeal for modern China lies in his conception of history.
What Has Karl Marx Ever Done for China?
Challenges in Taiwanese Society
May 14, 2018
Challenges in Taiwanese Society
Transitional Justice and the 31 Preferential Policies
Challenges in Taiwanese Society
Abe’s US Visit and the North Korea Problem
May 14, 2018
Abe’s US Visit and the North Korea Problem
Tokyo needs some deft maneuvering ahead of the Trump-Kim summit.
Abe’s US Visit and the North Korea Problem
We Need to Talk About North Korea's Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missiles
May 14, 2018
We Need to Talk About North Korea's Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missiles
Zeroing in on North Korea's intercontinental-range ballistic missiles is a counterproductive approach for the Trump administration.
We Need to Talk About North Korea's Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missiles
Ex-Pakistani PM Zeroes in on Pakistan's Civil-Military Divide in Interview
May 14, 2018
Ex-Pakistani PM Zeroes in on Pakistan's Civil-Military Divide in Interview
A controversial interview by a former prime minister puts a spotlight on Pakistan's civil-military dynamics.
Ex-Pakistani PM Zeroes in on Pakistan's Civil-Military Divide in Interview
As China's Type 001A Carrier Enters Sea Trials, What's Next for the PLAN's Carrier Force?
May 14, 2018
As China's Type 001A Carrier Enters Sea Trials, What's Next for the PLAN's Carrier Force?
China's first indigenously built and designed carrier is an important milestone for the PLAN.
As China's Type 001A Carrier Enters Sea Trials, What's Next for the PLAN's Carrier Force?
China’s New Aircraft Carrier Heads Out for Sea Trials
May 13, 2018
China’s New Aircraft Carrier Heads Out for Sea Trials
China’s first domestically built aircraft carrier headed out for sea trials on May 13.
China’s New Aircraft Carrier Heads Out for Sea Trials
USS <em>Ronald Reagan</em> Enters Sea Trials Off Japan Following Maintenance
May 12, 2018
USS Ronald Reagan Enters Sea Trials Off Japan Following Maintenance
USS Ronald Reagan is close to being back in business.
USS Ronald Reagan Enters Sea Trials Off Japan Following Maintenance
Singapore-Thailand Defense Ties in the Spotlight with Military Exercise
May 12, 2018
Singapore-Thailand Defense Ties in the Spotlight with Military Exercise
Both sides just held the twentieth edition of Exercise Kocha Singa.
Singapore-Thailand Defense Ties in the Spotlight with Military Exercise
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
May 12, 2018
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
Despite a recent decision, the debate about the group shows few signs of ending anytime soon.
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
China-Japan-South Korea Trilateral (Finally) Meets Again
May 12, 2018
China-Japan-South Korea Trilateral (Finally) Meets Again
After a two-year hiatus, the once-annual forum reconvenes amid rapid developments on the Korean Peninsula.
China-Japan-South Korea Trilateral (Finally) Meets Again
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