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First Xi-Modi Meeting Sets Tone for China-India Relations
July 15, 2014
First Xi-Modi Meeting Sets Tone for China-India Relations
The first meeting between Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi continued to positive momentum in China-India relations.
First Xi-Modi Meeting Sets Tone for China-India Relations
Is a Meeting Between Ma Ying-jeou And Xi Jinping Possible?
February 06, 2014
Is a Meeting Between Ma Ying-jeou And Xi Jinping Possible?
Remarks by Taiwan's minister in charge of mainland affairs revive speculation about a potential Ma-Xi summit.
Is a Meeting Between Ma Ying-jeou And Xi Jinping Possible?
What China Thinks of the Shutdown
October 14, 2013
What China Thinks of the Shutdown
The Chinese media offers a mixed take, while China’s leaders see an opportunity.
What China Thinks of the Shutdown
Improving Democratic Governance in Asia
October 13, 2013
Improving Democratic Governance in Asia
For international forums like APEC to be effective in resolving disputes, the region will need better governance.
Improving Democratic Governance in Asia
China’s Foreign Policy Debates
October 12, 2013
China’s Foreign Policy Debates
Xi Jinping may have grabbed the APEC Summit limelight, but China still needs to resolve some foreign policy questions.
China’s Foreign Policy Debates
The Pivot Under Pressure
October 08, 2013
The Pivot Under Pressure
It’s not just the canceled trip. Other factors are limiting the ability of the U.S. to focus on the Asia-Pacific.
The Pivot Under Pressure
World Bank: Asia Still on Top
October 08, 2013
World Bank: Asia Still on Top
Asia remains the engine of global growth. Will it continue?
World Bank: Asia Still on Top
The Pivot Lives On, With or Without Obama
October 07, 2013
The Pivot Lives On, With or Without Obama
While unfortunate, Obama’s cancellation doesn’t spell the end of America’s Asia Pivot.
The Pivot Lives On, With or Without Obama
How Damaging Is the Cancellation of Obama’s Trip?
October 05, 2013
How Damaging Is the Cancellation of Obama’s Trip?
Some observers see it as a sign of waning American power in the region. Is that true?
How Damaging Is the Cancellation of Obama’s Trip?
Peeling Off Indonesia’s Veneer of Tolerance
October 04, 2013
Peeling Off Indonesia’s Veneer of Tolerance
Indonesia’s “dynamism and diversity” are clouded by growing violence and intolerance.
Peeling Off Indonesia’s Veneer of Tolerance
November 20, 2010
Kan Looks for Poll Gloom Cure
Naoto Kan takes up blogging in hopes of boosting his DPJ government’s sagging poll ratings.
Kan Looks for Poll Gloom Cure
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