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Kyrgyz MP Pushes Back on US Human Rights Assessment
April 18, 2016

Kyrgyz MP Pushes Back on US Human Rights Assessment

By Catherine Putz
"In the global confrontation it can be observed as part of the information war.”
Did Pakistani Intelligence Back Terrorists Against the CIA in Afghanistan?
April 17, 2016

Did Pakistani Intelligence Back Terrorists Against the CIA in Afghanistan?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
A newly declassified U.S. diplomatic cable suggests Pakistani intelligence was complicit in abetting the Taliban in an attack against the CIA.

This is Japan's Newest Aircraft for Securing the Ryukyus
June 04, 2015

This is Japan's Newest Aircraft for Securing the Ryukyus

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Japanese Air Self-Defense Forces will soon be flying some of the most modern early warning radar aircraft.

Meet Japan’s Newest Aircraft for Defending the Senkaku Islands
May 06, 2015

Meet Japan’s Newest Aircraft for Defending the Senkaku Islands

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. State Department just approved a $3 billion arms deal with Japan.

US Foreign Policy Bureaucrats See Tough Times Ahead
May 01, 2015

US Foreign Policy Bureaucrats See Tough Times Ahead

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR) offers insight into problems facing U.S. foreign policy.
A New U.S. Human Rights Policy Towards Turkmenistan
September 24, 2014

A New U.S. Human Rights Policy Towards Turkmenistan

By Knox Thames and Cathy Cosman
Following a potentially significant change in U.S. policy, what comes next for the Central Asian country?

A Putin-Abe Summit Doesn’t Threaten the US
August 27, 2014

A Putin-Abe Summit Doesn’t Threaten the US

By Clint Richards
Washington is quiet on the possible visit, and could potentially benefit from the talks.
Iran’s Space Program: Monkey Business for Now
February 07, 2013

Iran’s Space Program: Monkey Business for Now

Iran claims it has sent a monkey into orbit. The international community responds.

“Half of the 6,000 plus spoken languages today will disappear by the end of the century.”
September 02, 2012

“Half of the 6,000 plus spoken languages today will disappear by the end of the century.”

How America could play a vital role in preserving the many endangered languages of the Asia-Pacific.

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