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Nepal Balances Interests
January 17, 2012

Nepal Balances Interests

The Diplomat speaks with Nepal’s ambassador to the United States about Tibet, India and ties with China.

January 16, 2012

A Path for North Korean Reform?

The time might be ripe for other nations to encourage Chinese-style economic reforms in North Korea. Maybe.

Asia’s Nuclear Footprints
January 11, 2012

Asia’s Nuclear Footprints

Asia’s ability to ensure the region’s nuclear arms are properly managed will depend on the actions of 3 nations.

January 04, 2012

The Danger of Monotone Asia

Asia needs competing voices and ideas if it is to prosper. No single nation should be seen as speaking for it.

India, Japan Ties Blossom
January 02, 2012

India, Japan Ties Blossom

Ties between India and Japan have started to blossom this past year. There’s plenty of space for more growth.

Indonesia's CTBT Step
December 27, 2011

Indonesia's CTBT Step

Indonesia’s decision to ratify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty should be seen as a small but welcome step.

Why World Should Watch Rason
December 22, 2011

Why World Should Watch Rason

The North Korean free trade zone of Rajin-Sonbong isn’t sparking a revolution. But it’s a key starting point.

Can Kim Muddle Through?
December 21, 2011

Can Kim Muddle Through?

The death of Kim Jong-il has left the Asia-Pacific in a state of flux. Expect things to get complicated next year.

The U.S.-China Straitjacket
December 21, 2011

The U.S.-China Straitjacket

Asia-Pacific nations need to stop seeing their foreign policy through the prism of U.S.-China balance.

Handling North Korea 3.0
December 20, 2011

Handling North Korea 3.0

Kim Jong-un’s biggest challenge in trying to consolidate power could be managing political-military tensions.

The West Philippine Sea?
December 15, 2011

The West Philippine Sea?

By Javad Heydarian
The Diplomat speaks with Walden Bello about China, the U.S. role in Asia and renaming the South China Sea.
U.S.-Pakistan Ties on Brink
December 13, 2011

U.S.-Pakistan Ties on Brink

With talk of possible coup swirling around Pakistan, the U.S. looks close to losing a key strategic partner.

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