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After Targeted Sanctions, It’s Time to Engage With Myanmar’s Moderates
February 08, 2018
After Targeted Sanctions, It’s Time to Engage With Myanmar’s Moderates
The U.S. can encourage long-term, practical reform through the deft application of carrots and sticks.
After Targeted Sanctions, It’s Time to Engage With Myanmar’s Moderates
Time for a New US-India Democracy Partnership
February 08, 2018
Time for a New US-India Democracy Partnership
Both countries need to work together to improve trust in democratic institutions.
Time for a New US-India Democracy Partnership
What Does Indonesia’s Own Indo-Pacific Strategy Look Like?
February 08, 2018
What Does Indonesia’s Own Indo-Pacific Strategy Look Like?
The Southeast Asian state has advanced a version of the concept before, with some important differences.
What Does Indonesia’s Own Indo-Pacific Strategy Look Like?
Russia's Defense Ministry to Ink Contract for 12 Stealth Fighter Jets
February 08, 2018
Russia's Defense Ministry to Ink Contract for 12 Stealth Fighter Jets
The first batch of Su-57 stealth fighters is expected to enter service with the Russian Air Force in 2019.
Russia's Defense Ministry to Ink Contract for 12 Stealth Fighter Jets
China Has Mixed Feelings About Elon Musk’s Falcon Heavy Success
February 08, 2018
China Has Mixed Feelings About Elon Musk’s Falcon Heavy Success
While many Chinese netizens applaud Musk’s victory, nationalism pulls in another direction.
China Has Mixed Feelings About Elon Musk’s Falcon Heavy Success
Deradicalization in Uzbekistan: It's About the Economy
February 08, 2018
Deradicalization in Uzbekistan: It's About the Economy
Some of the best weapons against extremism may be as simple as a good job and a regular talk with the imam.
Deradicalization in Uzbekistan: It's About the Economy
The Batman By-Election: The Carmichael Mine Matter
February 08, 2018
The Batman By-Election: The Carmichael Mine Matter
In inner-city Melbourne, an upcoming special election is focused 2,000 km away on a mine in Queensland.
The Batman By-Election: The Carmichael Mine Matter
CASA-1000 Creeps Toward Construction Bridging Central and South Asia
February 08, 2018
CASA-1000 Creeps Toward Construction Bridging Central and South Asia
The time is quickly approaching when the CASA-1000 countries need to actually start building things.
CASA-1000 Creeps Toward Construction Bridging Central and South Asia
America and China Need Each Other
February 08, 2018
America and China Need Each Other
China and the United States simply cannot afford to be adversarial.
America and China Need Each Other
What Does the Philippines’ New Attack Helicopters Deal Mean for its Military Modernization?
February 08, 2018
What Does the Philippines’ New Attack Helicopters Deal Mean for its Military Modernization?
A closer look at the broader context and significance of a new headline-grabbing purchase.
What Does the Philippines’ New Attack Helicopters Deal Mean for its Military Modernization?
China to India: Respect Maldives' Sovereignty
February 08, 2018
China to India: Respect Maldives' Sovereignty
China's Foreign Ministry warns the world not to “complicate the situation” by interfering in the unfolding crisis.
China to India: Respect Maldives' Sovereignty
The State of Human Security in Cambodia
February 08, 2018
The State of Human Security in Cambodia
Questioning the success of the UN’s peacebuilding blueprint.
The State of Human Security in Cambodia
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
February 08, 2018
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
Northeast India could be Bhutan's new gateway to the world.
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
February 08, 2018
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
Washington continues with a misguided approach.
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
Pashtun Tribes Stage Unprecedented Protest in Pakistan
February 08, 2018
Pashtun Tribes Stage Unprecedented Protest in Pakistan
Pashtuns from Pakistan's tribal regions are demanding an end to decades of mistreatment.
Pashtun Tribes Stage Unprecedented Protest in Pakistan
Don’t Expect Democracy in Thailand Anytime Soon
February 08, 2018
Don’t Expect Democracy in Thailand Anytime Soon
Repeated election delays are the product of a fierce power struggle that is still ongoing.
Don’t Expect Democracy in Thailand Anytime Soon
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