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Indian PM Narendra Modi Will Address a Joint Session of US Congress
April 30, 2016

Indian PM Narendra Modi Will Address a Joint Session of US Congress

By Ankit Panda
The last time an Indian prime minister addressed the U.S. Congress was in 2005.
How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation
November 18, 2015

How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation

By Meg Lundsager
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has a range of provisions that could help fight currency manipulation.

Carrier Wars: Imagine a US Navy Without the F/A-18 Super Hornet
November 17, 2015

Carrier Wars: Imagine a US Navy Without the F/A-18 Super Hornet

By Robert Farley
What would a U.S. Navy without the F/A-18 Super Hornet look like?

How Will Australia Use Its Massive Warships?
October 20, 2015

How Will Australia Use Its Massive Warships?

By Robert Farley
Australia has some impressive naval hardware. How will it put these ships to work?

Park Geun-hye's Visit to Washington: Major Takeaways
October 17, 2015

Park Geun-hye's Visit to Washington: Major Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
South Korea and the United States reaffirmed their alliance and set out new areas for cooperation.
Why the F-35 Is Particularly Ill-Suited to Succeed in the Asia-Pacific
August 11, 2015

Why the F-35 Is Particularly Ill-Suited to Succeed in the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
The Asia-Pacific's expansive geography leaves short-range tactical fighters ill-suited for success and versatility.

Forging the Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Insider's Take
June 10, 2015

Forging the Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Insider's Take

By Ankit Panda
Francisco Sanchez discusses the Trans-Pacific Partnership and U.S. economic relations with major Asian economies.
Kissinger Is Right: 'Asia' Is a Western Construct
September 23, 2014

Kissinger Is Right: 'Asia' Is a Western Construct

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
What we understand to be 'Asia' is an oversimplification of a diverse region with several civilizations and cultures.

Is China Threatening or Defending the Postwar Regional Order?
July 29, 2014

Is China Threatening or Defending the Postwar Regional Order?

By Jin Kai
China believes that it is defending, rather than upsetting, the post WW2 regional order.

Asian Nations Are Not Popular Worldwide: BBC Poll
May 29, 2013

Asian Nations Are Not Popular Worldwide: BBC Poll

Pakistan and Iran are viewed more negatively than North Korea, while India and China’s popularity sharply decreased this year.

APAC's Weekly Agenda: April 29-May 5
April 29, 2013

APAC's Weekly Agenda: April 29-May 5

The Diplomat presents its weekly list of happenings in the Asia-Pacific. Get the scoop on what’s ahead this week.

Asia Winning War on Poverty
April 20, 2013

Asia Winning War on Poverty

A new World Bank note finds that Asian countries have reduced the number of people living in poverty — but work remains.

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