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Cyber War: Why More May Be Better
September 22, 2013

Cyber War: Why More May Be Better

In Cyber War Will Not Take Place, Thomas Rid argues that cyber attacks will bring peace.

Why is China Dithering While Cairo Burns?
August 16, 2013

Why is China Dithering While Cairo Burns?

Events in Egypt are proving to be every bit as complicated for Beijing as they are for the US.

BBC Urdu: A Conversation with Sairbeen Hosts Erum Gillani and Nosheen Abbas
June 12, 2013

BBC Urdu: A Conversation with Sairbeen Hosts Erum Gillani and Nosheen Abbas

The Diplomat spoke with the Pakistani hosts of BBC Urdu’s first TV program.

The Thinking Behind Beijing's Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan
May 09, 2013

The Thinking Behind Beijing's Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan

David Cohen offers possible reasons behind China’s efforts at Middle East peace.

Why Wasn’t There a Chinese Spring?
February 22, 2013

Why Wasn’t There a Chinese Spring?

Although sharing many of the same problems as Arab societies, the Arab Spring never arrived in Beijing. Why?

Russia, China on "Wrong Side of History" in Arab World
October 29, 2012

Russia, China on "Wrong Side of History" in Arab World

“There is a point at which non-interference becomes complicity in mass murder.”

Iran's Syrian Endgame
August 17, 2012

Iran's Syrian Endgame

Assad’s fall will not be the disaster for Tehran that many envision. The Islamic Republic has adapted before and will do so again.

Syria’s Chemical Weapons Menace
July 31, 2012

Syria’s Chemical Weapons Menace

Assad’s chemical weapons risk turning Syria’s tragedy into something even more dreadful.

Chinese Muslims and The 'Arab Spring'
July 24, 2012

Chinese Muslims and The 'Arab Spring'

China’s Muslims have followed events in Egypt closely. Can Beijing adapt to their needs while maintaining control?

The Military Solution
July 07, 2012

The Military Solution

Tom Engelhardt on the lessons Washington can’t draw from the failure of the military option

Will China Dragon Bite in 2012?
January 27, 2012

Will China Dragon Bite in 2012?

Last year was a tough one for Chinese dissidents. With the Communist Party keen for stability as the leadership transition unfolds, 2012 could well be worse.

A Year of Protest
December 31, 2011

A Year of Protest

The Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street protests may have captured the headlines. But don’t forget about Asia.

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