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China ‘Will Absolutely Not Permit’ Territorial Violations in South China Sea
October 09, 2015
China ‘Will Absolutely Not Permit’ Territorial Violations in South China Sea
Plus, US-China cyber cooperation, the PLAN in Poland, and more on China's Nobel Prize winner. Friday China links.
China ‘Will Absolutely Not Permit’ Territorial Violations in South China Sea
Remembering Dr. Abdus Salam – Pakistan’s Greatest Scientist
February 14, 2015
Remembering Dr. Abdus Salam – Pakistan’s Greatest Scientist
Persecuted for his faith, Salam has long been forgotten in his homeland. That is about to change.
Remembering Dr. Abdus Salam – Pakistan’s Greatest Scientist
<em>I Am Malala</em> Hits Shelves Ahead of Nobel Peace Prize
October 09, 2013
I Am Malala Hits Shelves Ahead of Nobel Peace Prize
One year since the Taliban shot Malala Yousafzai in the head, she could win the Nobel Peace Prize.
I Am Malala Hits Shelves Ahead of Nobel Peace Prize
Tan Twan Eng Wins Man Asian Literary Prize
March 15, 2013
Tan Twan Eng Wins Man Asian Literary Prize
The Man Asian Literary Prize may be losing its sponsor, but Asian literature is ascending.
Tan Twan Eng Wins Man Asian Literary Prize
Political Kung Fu: Jackie Chan at the CPPCC
March 04, 2013
Political Kung Fu: Jackie Chan at the CPPCC
Jackie Chan is drafted by Beijing to help with its soft power push.
Political Kung Fu: Jackie Chan at the CPPCC
A Brave New Burma?
February 26, 2013
A Brave New Burma?
Amid reforms, Burma remains embroiled in conflict. Have human rights taken a backseat to development?
A Brave New Burma?
Haruki Murakami’s New Novel Set for April
February 19, 2013
Haruki Murakami’s New Novel Set for April
Bungeishunju has announced that Haruki Murakami’s next novel is slated for April. Diehard fans rejoice.
Haruki Murakami’s New Novel Set for April
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