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Jiang Xueqin
February 17, 2012
Jiang Xueqin
China Power blogger Jiang Xueqin answers readers’ questions on China’s economy, the Wukan protests and why things are looking good for Shanghai.
Jiang Xueqin
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
February 07, 2012
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The Diplomat speaks with Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, a senior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi, who answers readers’ questions on China’s aircraft carrier, missile defense and India’s attack submarine.
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Kennette Benedict
January 27, 2012
Kennette Benedict
The Diplomat speaks with Kennette Benedict, executive director and publisher of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, about nuclear arms, climate change and the Doomsday Clock.
Kennette Benedict
Harry Kazianis
January 20, 2012
Harry Kazianis
The Diplomat’s Assistant Editor Harry Kazianis answers readers’ questions on China, its military and the future of the United States in the Pacific.
Harry Kazianis
Jason Miks
January 14, 2012
Jason Miks
The Diplomat Editor Jason Miks answers your questions on China, Mitt Romney and U.S. presidential politics and foreign policy.
Jason Miks
Robert Dreyfuss
December 22, 2011
Robert Dreyfuss
The Diplomat contributor and The Nation writer Robert Dreyfuss answers readers’ questions on Iran, Afghanistan and the future of the “War on Terror.”
Robert Dreyfuss
Raoul Heinrichs
December 15, 2011
Raoul Heinrichs
Australian National University scholar Raoul Heinrichs answers The Diplomat readers’ questions on Australia’s defense plans, ties with the United States and what China’s rise could mean for Australian foreign policy.
Raoul Heinrichs
An IDEAS Approach to Diplomacy
December 14, 2011
An IDEAS Approach to Diplomacy
The Diplomat speaks with Prof. Michael Cox and Gordon Barrass about China’s rise, transatlantic relations and how a new course at the London School of Economics’ IDEAS fits into international diplomacy.
An IDEAS Approach to Diplomacy
Rajeev Sharma
December 02, 2011
Rajeev Sharma
Indian Decade contributor Rajeev Sharma answers readers’ questions on Pakistan, terrorism and the future of Sino-India ties.
Rajeev Sharma
Luke Hunt
November 25, 2011
Luke Hunt
The Diplomat’s Southeast Asia correspondent answers questions on Burma, the U.S. base agreement with Australia and the start of the “Killing Fields” trial.
Luke Hunt
China and India: Great Power Rivals
November 21, 2011
China and India: Great Power Rivals
The Diplomat’s Southeast Asia correspondent Luke Hunt speaks with Mohan Malik, author of China and India – Great Power Rivals, for his take on how each of these potential superpowers is shaping up in the 21st century against a backdrop of political hype and possibly unrealistic expectations.
China and India: Great Power Rivals
James R. Holmes
November 18, 2011
James R. Holmes
Flashpoints contributor and U.S. Naval War College analyst James Holmes answers your questions on the U.S. military in the Pacific.
James R. Holmes
David Axe
November 10, 2011
David Axe
Flashpoints blogger David Axe answers readers questions on Taiwan, Israel and whether the U.S. Air Force can be trusted.
David Axe
Deadly Embrace
November 09, 2011
Deadly Embrace
The Diplomat speaks with Bruce Riedel, author of ‘Deadly Embrace’ about the future of U.S.-Pakistan relations.
Deadly Embrace
Tsunami
August 03, 2011
Tsunami
The Diplomat speaks with Jeff Kingston about the recovery effort from the March 11 tsunami that struck northeastern Japan.
Tsunami
Rajeev Sharma
May 06, 2011
Rajeev Sharma
The Diplomat speaks with Rajeev Sharma, Indian Decade blogger and author of ‘Pak Proxy War: A Story of ISI, bin Laden and Kargil,’ about al-Qaeda’s future following Osama bin Laden’s death.
Rajeev Sharma
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