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Abbottabad. Terrorist Central?
May 07, 2011
Abbottabad. Terrorist Central?
Osama bin Laden wasn’t the first al-Qaeda-linked terrorist to be found in Abbottabad this year.
Abbottabad. Terrorist Central?
Time for US to Look East
May 06, 2011
Time for US to Look East
With Osama bin Laden dead, the US will increasingly look toward the Asia-Pacific. Will Europe follow?
Time for US to Look East
Pakistan & Plausible Deniability
May 06, 2011
Pakistan & Plausible Deniability
For too long, the Pakistani establishment has relied on ‘plausible deniability’ with terrorism. It’s wearing thin.
Pakistan & Plausible Deniability
Chinese Carrier Lacks Fighters
May 05, 2011
Chinese Carrier Lacks Fighters
If China’s navy wants to undertake real long-range operations, its new aircraft carrier will need a more diverse air wing.
Chinese Carrier Lacks Fighters
Bin Laden and Afghanistan
May 03, 2011
Bin Laden and Afghanistan
Dispersed al-Qaeda sleeper cells could wreak havoc following Osama bin Laden’s death, an analyst tells The Diplomat.
Bin Laden and Afghanistan
Osama Bin Laden Is Dead
May 02, 2011
Osama Bin Laden Is Dead
US President Barack Obama announces that Osama bin Laden has been killed in Pakistan by US forces.
Osama Bin Laden Is Dead
May 02, 2011
Topsy-Turvy Fleets in East Asia
Is a revolution in Taiwan’s naval strategy taking place? Enterprise will be needed to create a sea-denial fleet.
Topsy-Turvy Fleets in East Asia
Did Thais Use Chemical Weapons?
April 29, 2011
Did Thais Use Chemical Weapons?
Cambodia accuses Thailand of using chemical weapons in their latest clash over Preah Vihear. It seems unlikely.
Did Thais Use Chemical Weapons?
India’s Once & Future Sea Power
April 28, 2011
India’s Once & Future Sea Power
Does India have a grand maritime narrative? Its navy will be disadvantaged if strategy is devised on the hoof.
India’s Once & Future Sea Power
April 26, 2011
Pakistan’s Misguided Nuclear Sign
Pakistan’s test-firing of the Hatf 9 missile was likely conducted with India in mind. It will only increase instability.
Pakistan’s Misguided Nuclear Sign
April 26, 2011
Pakistan’s Misguided Nuclear Sign
Pakistan’s test-firing of the Hatf 9 missile was likely conducted with India in mind. It will only increase instability.
Pakistan’s Misguided Nuclear Sign
China's Jump Jet Mystery
April 25, 2011
China's Jump Jet Mystery
Are Chinese internet rumours about the development of a J-18 jump jet fighter really credible?
China's Jump Jet Mystery
India Exacerbates Nuclear Woes
April 23, 2011
India Exacerbates Nuclear Woes
While international attention has focused on Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, India’s build-up is just as risky for the region.
India Exacerbates Nuclear Woes
Plugging Holes Over Bioweapons
April 22, 2011
Plugging Holes Over Bioweapons
As a December conference approaches, pressure grows to tackle holes in the Biological Weapons Convention.
Plugging Holes Over Bioweapons
NATO Counters Taliban
April 20, 2011
NATO Counters Taliban
In Afghanistan, NATO is trying to combat the group’s ‘night letter’ scare tactics with a counter strategy of its own.
NATO Counters Taliban
‘No More Fukushimas’
April 18, 2011
‘No More Fukushimas’
Ruling out nuclear power is not viable. Instead, nuclear companies in Asia will have to ramp up their PR efforts.
‘No More Fukushimas’
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