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Kabul and London Attacks: What's Wrong With US President Trump's Reaction?
June 06, 2017
Kabul and London Attacks: What's Wrong With US President Trump's Reaction?
For Afghanistan, silence. For London, scorn and politicization.
Kabul and London Attacks: What's Wrong With US President Trump's Reaction?
United Kingdom and Japan Hold First-Ever Joint Fighter Exercise
October 25, 2016
United Kingdom and Japan Hold First-Ever Joint Fighter Exercise
For the first time since the end of World War II, British fighter aircraft are ‘targeting’ Japanese warplanes.
United Kingdom and Japan Hold First-Ever Joint Fighter Exercise
Should Pakistan Celebrate Sadiq Khan’s Big Win in London?
May 11, 2016
Should Pakistan Celebrate Sadiq Khan’s Big Win in London?
The political culture that allowed Khan's victory in London is sadly lacking in Pakistan.
Should Pakistan Celebrate Sadiq Khan’s Big Win in London?
Great Britain and Japan to Deepen Defense Cooperation
January 11, 2016
Great Britain and Japan to Deepen Defense Cooperation
London and Tokyo aim to tighten their defense relations in 2016.
Great Britain and Japan to Deepen Defense Cooperation
The Brutal Pragmatism of China-UK Ties
June 23, 2014
The Brutal Pragmatism of China-UK Ties
Li Keqiang's visit suggests that the U.K. needs a new model for conceptualizing its relationship with China.
The Brutal Pragmatism of China-UK Ties
A Tale of Three Cities’ Struggles with Air Quality
February 27, 2013
A Tale of Three Cities’ Struggles with Air Quality
In seeking to tackle its air quality problems, Beijing could learn from cities like London and Los Angeles.
A Tale of Three Cities’ Struggles with Air Quality
Running for Life: Fauja Singh
February 26, 2013
Running for Life: Fauja Singh
Centenarian marathon runner Fauja Singh has retired from competition, but has no intention of stopping.
Running for Life: Fauja Singh
To Tweet, or Not to Tweet?
June 05, 2012
To Tweet, or Not to Tweet?
The Chinese government wants the U.S. to stop announcing its own air pollution readings. Should it?
To Tweet, or Not to Tweet?
May 08, 2012
Politics and Drones
The Obama administration has opened up a bit on the use of drones. But there’s a political element to doing so.
Politics and Drones
Singapore as a Global City
March 16, 2012
Singapore as a Global City
Singapore has been named the third most competitive city in the world. But can it call itself a global city?
Singapore as a Global City
February 08, 2012
The Year of Uccello’s Dragon
How London’s National Gallery is exploring dragon symbolism in European art for Chinese New Year.
The Year of Uccello’s Dragon
Banerjee's Misplaced Priorities
June 20, 2011
Banerjee's Misplaced Priorities
Recently-elected West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee seems to have some unusual priorities lined up.
Banerjee's Misplaced Priorities
Zoom In: The Chinese Print
June 14, 2010
Zoom In: The Chinese Print
Though created centuries apart, these two Chinese art prints deserve closer examination.
Zoom In: The Chinese Print
April 27, 2010
The Indian Portrait
A global art report today from London on a unique collection of Indian portraits.
The Indian Portrait
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