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The Interview: New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key
February 08, 2013

The Interview: New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key

“For the first time in New Zealand’s history, the engine of world economic activity has shifted to our geographic region, the Asia-Pacific.”

Japan's Demographic Disaster
February 03, 2013

Japan's Demographic Disaster

Japan is faced with an unprecedented population challenge that will have social, economic, and political consequences for years to come.

February 02, 2013

The Long Shadow of Chemical Weapons

As recent debates swirl around nuclear weapons, chemical weapons have the potential to cause great harm — especially in Asia.

Burma’s Biggest Win: Its Legislature
February 01, 2013

Burma’s Biggest Win: Its Legislature

Burma’s legislature has been a boon for the country. But building a parliamentary house takes time

The G20: In Need of a Reboot
January 31, 2013

The G20: In Need of a Reboot

If the G20 is to live up to its potential, it must confront the forces that could see it slide into irrelevancy. The forum should build on what has worked, and avoid what has not.

Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
January 29, 2013

Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth

Cambodia has certainly endured its share of turbulent times. Its long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen will soon go to the polls. The Diplomat profiles him here.

Pakistan's Battle for Democracy
January 26, 2013

Pakistan's Battle for Democracy

Democratic forces in Pakistan continue to fight an uphill battle despite a multitude of national challenges.

Asia's Other Island Spat...Between Japan and Russia
January 24, 2013

Asia's Other Island Spat...Between Japan and Russia

As tensions mount in the East and South China Seas, a dispute over islands between Tokyo and Moscow has also been left unresolved.

Justice or Politics in Thailand?
January 19, 2013

Justice or Politics in Thailand?

Some say former PM Abhisit is rightfully being charged for supressing the red shirts; other see the case as business as usual.

The Key To Asia's Future
January 18, 2013

The Key To Asia's Future

With Western economies facing serious challenges, regional cooperation, greater intra-Asia trade and development will define the region’s future.

Political Jockeying Ahead of Malaysia's Elections
January 17, 2013

Political Jockeying Ahead of Malaysia's Elections

This month the government of Najib Razak broke with precedent by allowing the opposition to stage a rally as election season kicks into gear.

Japan and India's Growing Embrace
January 12, 2013

Japan and India's Growing Embrace

With Shinzo Abe’s return in Japan, expect Tokyo and Delhi’s already strong ties to reach new heights.

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