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Asia’s Older People Are Key Players in the Global Development Agenda
October 02, 2017
Asia’s Older People Are Key Players in the Global Development Agenda
With the right preparation, we can benefit from a golden generation of healthy, wealthy and active older persons.
Asia’s Older People Are Key Players in the Global Development Agenda
Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Face Difficulties in Thailand
September 29, 2017
Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Face Difficulties in Thailand
Thailand needs to take action to address its failure to offer protection to those most in need.
Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Face Difficulties in Thailand
Attacking KORUS is Worse than Abandoning TPP
September 29, 2017
Attacking KORUS is Worse than Abandoning TPP
Retreating from the agreement would not only damage U.S.-ROK relations but impact key U.S. industries that have benefited from the deal.
Attacking KORUS is Worse than Abandoning TPP
MIKTA’s Next Steps
September 27, 2017
MIKTA’s Next Steps
Its members -- Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia -- have some shared and some divergent interests.
MIKTA’s Next Steps
US Threat of War on North Korea: Fulfilling 'Rocket Man' Kim Jong Un’s Wishes
September 27, 2017
US Threat of War on North Korea: Fulfilling 'Rocket Man' Kim Jong Un’s Wishes
A misguided, ineffective, and disastrous war.
US Threat of War on North Korea: Fulfilling 'Rocket Man' Kim Jong Un’s Wishes
Tokyo Global Financial Center Under the Spotlight Again
September 26, 2017
Tokyo Global Financial Center Under the Spotlight Again
What does Japan need to do to make Tokyo a true global financial center?
Tokyo Global Financial Center Under the Spotlight Again
Long Past Time for Sanctions on Myanmar’s Generals
September 26, 2017
Long Past Time for Sanctions on Myanmar’s Generals
The Burmese military's atrocities in Rakhine state cannot go unpunished.
Long Past Time for Sanctions on Myanmar’s Generals
Once-Persecuted Bangladesh Proud to Help Rohingyas
September 25, 2017
Once-Persecuted Bangladesh Proud to Help Rohingyas
Recalling its own history, Bangladesh extends a helping hand.
Once-Persecuted Bangladesh Proud to Help Rohingyas
The Shame of Myanmar
September 24, 2017
The Shame of Myanmar
Sometimes, geopolitics should be set aside.
The Shame of Myanmar
Why Should We Pay Attention to China’s Televised Confessions?
September 23, 2017
Why Should We Pay Attention to China’s Televised Confessions?
If we want to understand China, the recent televised trial of a Taiwanese human rights advocate is a good place to start.
Why Should We Pay Attention to China’s Televised Confessions?
Should China Now Lead UNESCO?
September 22, 2017
Should China Now Lead UNESCO?
The move would represent a step in the wrong direction for the organization.
Should China Now Lead UNESCO?
The Calculated Logic Behind North Korea’s Missile Tests
September 21, 2017
The Calculated Logic Behind North Korea’s Missile Tests
North Korea's nuclear tests have strategic and technical purpose.
The Calculated Logic Behind North Korea’s Missile Tests
Pakistan’s Rohingya Hypocrisy
September 20, 2017
Pakistan’s Rohingya Hypocrisy
What tolerance can Pakistan expect in Myanmar for its Muslim minorities when it is unwilling to apply similar concepts itself?
Pakistan’s Rohingya Hypocrisy
Working to Preserve the Stability of Cyberspace
September 20, 2017
Working to Preserve the Stability of Cyberspace
What can we do to encourage responsible nation-state behavior and restraint in cyberspace?
Working to Preserve the Stability of Cyberspace
Democracy in Cambodia Did Not Die – It Has Yet to Exist
September 17, 2017
Democracy in Cambodia Did Not Die – It Has Yet to Exist
Cambodia’s “strongman” culture and history continues to haunt its present.
Democracy in Cambodia Did Not Die – It Has Yet to Exist
What Trump Left Out of His Afghanistan Strategy: China
September 15, 2017
What Trump Left Out of His Afghanistan Strategy: China
Trump's vision of U.S. strategy in Afghanistan came off as myopic, ignoring a role for other regional powers.
What Trump Left Out of His Afghanistan Strategy: China
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