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India’s National Security Election: Why It’s Advantage Modi
April 11, 2019
India’s National Security Election: Why It’s Advantage Modi
The Indian prime minister’s national security credentials are poised to have benefits at the polls.
India’s National Security Election: Why It’s Advantage Modi
India’s Army Receives First Six of 114 Long-Range Dhanush Howitzers
April 11, 2019
India’s Army Receives First Six of 114 Long-Range Dhanush Howitzers
The Indian Army has taken delivery of the first six Dhanush 155-millimeter/45-caliber towed howitzers.
India’s Army Receives First Six of 114 Long-Range Dhanush Howitzers
In Afghanistan, Talking and Killing Continue in Tandem
April 10, 2019
In Afghanistan, Talking and Killing Continue in Tandem
The next Doha meeting, which the Afghan government plans to attend, has been pushed back. Meanwhile, attacks continue.
In Afghanistan, Talking and Killing Continue in Tandem
Malaysia Says 41 Rohingya Land on Northern Shores, 200 Still At Sea
April 10, 2019
Malaysia Says 41 Rohingya Land on Northern Shores, 200 Still At Sea
The refugee crisis stemming from Myanmar continues.
Malaysia Says 41 Rohingya Land on Northern Shores, 200 Still At Sea
A Conversation With Lollywood Screenwriter Nasir Adeeb
April 10, 2019
A Conversation With Lollywood Screenwriter Nasir Adeeb
One of the fathers of the gandasa genre talks about his 40-plus year career in Pakistani cinema.
A Conversation With Lollywood Screenwriter Nasir Adeeb
It’s Time for a New Philippine Strategy Toward China
April 10, 2019
It’s Time for a New Philippine Strategy Toward China
Not even a strongman like Duterte can prevent China from altering the status quo, so what’s the plan?
It’s Time for a New Philippine Strategy Toward China
To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
April 10, 2019
To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
Facing a slowing economy, Beijing is struggling to boost the market confidence of the international business community.
To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
Slowly Blazing the Trail with the Australia-Japan Reciprocal Access Agreement
April 10, 2019
Slowly Blazing the Trail with the Australia-Japan Reciprocal Access Agreement
The RAA negotiation process sets an important precedent that will inform Japan’s security relationships for years to come.
Slowly Blazing the Trail with the Australia-Japan Reciprocal Access Agreement
Japan Confirms F-35A Fighter Crashed
April 10, 2019
Japan Confirms F-35A Fighter Crashed
The Japan Air Self-Defense Force confirmed that a missing F-35A has crashed.
Japan Confirms F-35A Fighter Crashed
Responders Quickly Extinguish One of Korea’s Largest Wildfires
April 10, 2019
Responders Quickly Extinguish One of Korea’s Largest Wildfires
The deadly fire in Gangwon province has been extinguished. Now the rebuilding begins.
Responders Quickly Extinguish One of Korea’s Largest Wildfires
US State Department Approves Sale of 56 Supersonic SM-3 Block IB Missiles to Japan
April 10, 2019
US State Department Approves Sale of 56 Supersonic SM-3 Block IB Missiles to Japan
The estimated cost for the missile sale is $1.150 billion.
US State Department Approves Sale of 56 Supersonic SM-3 Block IB Missiles to Japan
Girls’ Education in India and the Maharaja Bhagwat Singh of Gondal
April 10, 2019
Girls’ Education in India and the Maharaja Bhagwat Singh of Gondal
How a progressive Indian Maharaja revolutionized girls’ education in the early 20th century.
Girls’ Education in India and the Maharaja Bhagwat Singh of Gondal
Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process
April 10, 2019
Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process
The Afghan peace process is at the mercy of the Taliban.
Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process
American Bourbon Isn’t Safe From Trump’s Trade War With China
April 10, 2019
American Bourbon Isn’t Safe From Trump’s Trade War With China
The market for American whiskey in China is worth nearly $9 million.
American Bourbon Isn’t Safe From Trump’s Trade War With China
Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Fighter Has Gone Missing Over Pacific Ocean
April 10, 2019
Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Fighter Has Gone Missing Over Pacific Ocean
Japan’s remaining fleet of 12 F-35As will remain grounded for the time being, according to the Japanese defense minister.
Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Fighter Has Gone Missing Over Pacific Ocean
Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
April 10, 2019
Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
Proposed changes, which would smooth extraditions to the mainland, must be seen in the broader context of Hong Kong-mainland relations.
Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
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