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The U.S. Humanitarian Presence in Southeast Asia
December 25, 2013

The U.S. Humanitarian Presence in Southeast Asia

By Zachary M. Hosford
U.S. humanitarian and disaster response capabilities are unmatched. It should work to keep them that way.
Japan Doubles Down on ASEAN
December 23, 2013

Japan Doubles Down on ASEAN

By J. Berkshire Miller
Tokyo has had a busy year reaching out to ASEAN countries. Will the effort continue in 2014?

China’s Contradictory Foreign Policy
December 16, 2013

China’s Contradictory Foreign Policy

By Yo-Jung Chen
Why does China undermine its patient diplomacy with sudden announcements like the ADIZ?

Justin Bieber Surprises Philippine Typhoon Victims With Secret Visit
December 11, 2013

Justin Bieber Surprises Philippine Typhoon Victims With Secret Visit

By The Diplomat Staff
The global pop star traveled to Tacoloban, Philippines to perform for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

Manila’s Defense Conundrum
December 07, 2013

Manila’s Defense Conundrum

By Victor Robert Lee
Typhoon Haiyan revealed some glaring weaknesses in the Philippine military. Can it defend its own territory?
Philippines Economy To Survive Haiyan
November 28, 2013

Philippines Economy To Survive Haiyan

By Anthony Fensom
Despite a terrible human toll, Haiyan is unlikely to derail the nation’s impressive economic performance.

Typhoon Haiyan and the Philippine Military
November 25, 2013

Typhoon Haiyan and the Philippine Military

The disaster may affect the modernization of the military, with disaster relief favored over external defense.

ASEAN Slowly Gets Up to Speed on Haiyan
November 23, 2013

ASEAN Slowly Gets Up to Speed on Haiyan

The organization’s initial response to the Philippines disaster has been sluggish. Will it now step up?

Will Saturday’s Fight Be Manny Pacquiao’s Last?
November 21, 2013

Will Saturday’s Fight Be Manny Pacquiao’s Last?

There’s more than just sport at stake for the boxing legend in his upcoming fight.

Samar and Leyte in US Military History
November 21, 2013

Samar and Leyte in US Military History

The U.S. military leads the foreign aid effort in Samar and Leyte, not without some historical echoes.

Harsh Realities in Wake of Typhoon Haiyan
November 18, 2013

Harsh Realities in Wake of Typhoon Haiyan

Anger mounts as Manila’s struggles to cope with last week’s tragedy exposes some endemic issues.

How to Do Soft Power Right
November 16, 2013

How to Do Soft Power Right

Relief efforts don’t have to be completely altruistic, but interests shouldn’t dictate action.

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