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China Now Has the World's Largest Active Service Tank Force
February 15, 2018
China Now Has the World's Largest Active Service Tank Force
China is rapidly modernizing its main battle tank fleet, increasingly fielding third-generation designs.
China Now Has the World's Largest Active Service Tank Force
A Train Ride Away: Long-Distance Parenting in China
February 15, 2018
A Train Ride Away: Long-Distance Parenting in China
The forces that drive parents to separate from their children, even temporarily.
A Train Ride Away: Long-Distance Parenting in China
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
February 15, 2018
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
While proposed new laws may threaten human rights in Indonesia, the country continues to engage positively with the UN and other bodies.
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
Japan GDP Growth: Partying Like It’s 1989?
February 14, 2018
Japan GDP Growth: Partying Like It’s 1989?
Japan is on its longest economic growth spurt since the 1980s.
Japan GDP Growth: Partying Like It’s 1989?
China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?
February 14, 2018
China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?
Lu Wei has been expelled from the Chinese Communist Party, dismissed from public office, and publicly shamed by media.
China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?
India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
February 14, 2018
India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
Duqm adds an important node to a growing network of facilities in the Indian Ocean held by actors with interests in preserving the status quo.
India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
Stockholm Attacker Rakhmat Akilov Pleads Guilty to Terrorism
February 14, 2018
Stockholm Attacker Rakhmat Akilov Pleads Guilty to Terrorism
Before the attack, Akilov was in touch with Islamic State recruiters via messaging apps.
Stockholm Attacker Rakhmat Akilov Pleads Guilty to Terrorism
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
February 14, 2018
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
What does the recent by-election in Punjab tell us about the province's political dynamics?
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
US Air Force's New Stealth Bomber to Replace B-1Bs and B-2s
February 14, 2018
US Air Force's New Stealth Bomber to Replace B-1Bs and B-2s
The U.S. Air Force plans to mothball B-1Bs and B-2s as the service is shifting funds for its new B-21 stealth bomber.
US Air Force's New Stealth Bomber to Replace B-1Bs and B-2s
What’s Next for Indonesia’s Aerospace Ambitions in 2018?
February 14, 2018
What’s Next for Indonesia’s Aerospace Ambitions in 2018?
A closer look at some of the new opportunities being pursued amid old challenges that remain.
What’s Next for Indonesia’s Aerospace Ambitions in 2018?
Has China Bought Brunei’s South China Sea Silence?
February 14, 2018
Has China Bought Brunei’s South China Sea Silence?
The questions raised on the issue reflect broader concerns about how the sultanate conducts itself at home and abroad.
Has China Bought Brunei’s South China Sea Silence?
Will 2018 Really Be a Breakthrough Year in Japan-Russia ties?
February 14, 2018
Will 2018 Really Be a Breakthrough Year in Japan-Russia ties?
Despite Shinzo Abe's optimism, analysts predict more of the same in Japan-Russia relations this year.
Will 2018 Really Be a Breakthrough Year in Japan-Russia ties?
Russia to Upgrade Su-30SM Fighter Jets in 2018
February 13, 2018
Russia to Upgrade Su-30SM Fighter Jets in 2018
Russia will begin upgrading its fleet of Su-30SM fighter jets this year.
Russia to Upgrade Su-30SM Fighter Jets in 2018
Bangsamoro Peace Process Complicated by Philippine Politics
February 13, 2018
Bangsamoro Peace Process Complicated by Philippine Politics
Despite Duterte’s drams of federalism, the establishment of a Bangsamoro Autonomous Region has stalled.
Bangsamoro Peace Process Complicated by Philippine Politics
Securing the Future of Afghanistan: The Diaspora’s Debt of Service
February 13, 2018
Securing the Future of Afghanistan: The Diaspora’s Debt of Service
Do Afghans abroad ever think about their debt of service to Afghanistan and what they can do about it?
Securing the Future of Afghanistan: The Diaspora’s Debt of Service
Where Is Rural Rejuvenation Leading China?
February 13, 2018
Where Is Rural Rejuvenation Leading China?
Rather than addressing market distortions, China's government is turning to a more comfortable strategy.
Where Is Rural Rejuvenation Leading China?
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