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Afghanistan: All That Glitters Is Not Gold
July 27, 2017
Afghanistan: All That Glitters Is Not Gold
There's a reason Afghanistan's resource wealth remains untapped.
Afghanistan: All That Glitters Is Not Gold
Japan Takes Large Southern Extension of Continental Shelf
September 10, 2014
Japan Takes Large Southern Extension of Continental Shelf
The new authority to develop seabed resources may lead to further disputes with China.
Japan Takes Large Southern Extension of Continental Shelf
North Korea Resumes Rare Earth Exports to China
July 30, 2014
North Korea Resumes Rare Earth Exports to China
A new report says that North Korea shipped $1.8 million of rare earths to China in May and June of this year.
North Korea Resumes Rare Earth Exports to China
China’s Rare Earths Advantage
April 29, 2014
China’s Rare Earths Advantage
An adverse WTO ruling will do little to upset the dominance China enjoys in this critical sector.
China’s Rare Earths Advantage
North Korea May Have Two-Thirds of World’s Rare Earths
January 22, 2014
North Korea May Have Two-Thirds of World’s Rare Earths
A new estimate suggests that North Korea may have more than 6 times the amount of rare earths as China.
North Korea May Have Two-Thirds of World’s Rare Earths
Mounting Tensions in the East China Sea
September 19, 2012
Mounting Tensions in the East China Sea
Could the U.S. use quiet diplomacy to pull Japan and China back from the brink over Senkaku / Diaoyu?
Mounting Tensions in the East China Sea
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