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India's Watershed 2014 Election Results
May 17, 2014
India's Watershed 2014 Election Results
Our U.S. editors discuss the results of India's 2014 national elections.
India's Watershed 2014 Election Results
South China Sea: What's Next?
May 14, 2014
South China Sea: What's Next?
Our U.S. editors discuss the ramifications of recent South China Sea disputes.
South China Sea: What's Next?
The 'Cold Peace' Between India and China
May 03, 2014
The 'Cold Peace' Between India and China
Our U.S. editors speak with Jeff M. Smith on the factors driving the India-China rivalry.
The 'Cold Peace' Between India and China
Asia's Changing Naval Landscape
April 25, 2014
Asia's Changing Naval Landscape
Our U.S. Editors discuss naval developments across the Asia-Pacific, focusing on China, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia.
Asia's Changing Naval Landscape
Can Obama Save the Asia Pivot?
April 19, 2014
Can Obama Save the Asia Pivot?
Our U.S. Editors discuss President Obama’s upcoming trip to Asia and potentially stabilizing developments in Asia.
Can Obama Save the Asia Pivot?
The Case for Abolishing the US Air Force
April 11, 2014
The Case for Abolishing the US Air Force
Our U.S. Editors speak with Robert Farley on why the United States should abolish its Air Force.
The Case for Abolishing the US Air Force
Is Korean Stability Unraveling?
April 05, 2014
Is Korean Stability Unraveling?
The Diplomat U.S. editors discuss recent developments on the Korean peninsula.
Is Korean Stability Unraveling?
Evaluating the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit
March 29, 2014
Evaluating the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit
In this week’s podcast, the U.S. team evaluates the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit and South Asian nuclear security.
Evaluating the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit
Why Aren't Japanese Students Studying Abroad?
March 28, 2014
Why Aren't Japanese Students Studying Abroad?
The number of students pursuing education overseas dipped by nearly a third since 2004.
Why Aren't Japanese Students Studying Abroad?
Contractors Seek Out Homeless, Downtrodden for Fukushima Cleanup
March 23, 2014
Contractors Seek Out Homeless, Downtrodden for Fukushima Cleanup
With few willing to risk exposure to radiation, staffing agencies are exploiting unskilled laborers from across Japan.
Contractors Seek Out Homeless, Downtrodden for Fukushima Cleanup
The Implications of the Taiwan Protests
March 21, 2014
The Implications of the Taiwan Protests
In this week's podcast, the U.S. team discusses MH370, Taiwan protests, and the U.S.-Philippines naval agreement.
The Implications of the Taiwan Protests
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
March 12, 2014
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
In their third podcast, the U.S. team discusses MH370 and the geopolitics of Afghanistan following NATO's withdrawal.
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
Rising Conservatism Among Japanese Housewives?
March 08, 2014
Rising Conservatism Among Japanese Housewives?
According to a recent report, some Japanese women are embracing right-wing groups that operate mostly online.
Rising Conservatism Among Japanese Housewives?
Will Six Party Talks Resume This Year?
March 05, 2014
Will Six Party Talks Resume This Year?
The Diplomat’s Zachary Keck and Ankit Panda discuss the terrorist attacks in China and North Korean diplomacy.
Will Six Party Talks Resume This Year?
Japanese WWII Survivor Wants UNESCO Certification for Kamikaze Letters
February 28, 2014
Japanese WWII Survivor Wants UNESCO Certification for Kamikaze Letters
Our Tokyo editors talk about controversial letters penned by Kamikaze pilots and more in this week's podcast.
Japanese WWII Survivor Wants UNESCO Certification for Kamikaze Letters
U.S. Policy for the South China Sea
February 24, 2014
U.S. Policy for the South China Sea
The Diplomat's Zachary Keck and Ankit Panda discuss recent U.S. comments on the South China Sea, and much more.
U.S. Policy for the South China Sea
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