Peter Lee

Peter Lee writes on East and South Asian affairs and their intersection with US foreign policy. Peter Lee blogs at China Matters and his columns appear in Asia Times Online and elsewhere.

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Evgeny Feldman/AP

Let’s Call a Putsch a Putsch

01.26.14
  • MGM

    The Key to Arctic Survival: Improvised Implements of Excrement

    01.23.14
  • via Wikimedia

    Fred Kaplan Misses the Mark on Snowden Clemency

    01.05.14
  • Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo

    Abe Envisions a More ‘Assertive’ Japan

    01.02.14
  • iPhone

    When Your Smartphone is Not Your Friend

    01.02.14
  • F-35

    Will Japan Get its F-22 Raptors? Will it Need Them?

    12.30.13
  • PM Cheung

    Techie Code of Omerta for Colluding With NSA

    12.29.13
  • Shizuo Kambayashi

    Understanding Shinzo Abe’s Historical Revisionism

    12.26.13
  • KCNA

    Kim Jong-Un’s High-Stakes Diplomatic Gambit

    12.13.13
  • Chad J. McNeeley

    The Hysteria over China’s Air Defense Identification Zone

    11.24.13
  • Abraham Lincoln

    Reflections on the Gettysburg Address

    11.19.13
  • Official Website

    Saudi, Israeli and French Anxiety over U.S.-Iran Rapprochement

    11.18.13
  • USNS Mercy

    Reuters’ Coverage of China’s Response to Typhoon Haiyan is Curious

    11.16.13
  • Paramount Pictures

    Revisiting Martin Ritt’s ‘The Molly Maguires’

    11.05.13
  • Official Website

    Saudi Arabia Edges Closer to Open Syria Regime Collapse Policy

    10.21.13
  • Takato Marui

    Did Japan’s Shinzo Abe Lie to Get the Olympics?

    09.25.13
  • Hassan Ammar/AP

    We Need to Talk About Bandar

    09.03.13
  • Moritz Hager

    Japan Tries to Mend ties with North Korea

    05.22.13
  • KCNA

    North Korea: Enter Realpolitik

    04.20.13
  • OpenRoad

    Roger Ebert, Death and ‘The Grey’

    04.06.13
  • Al Jazeera

    Shut Up About the Senkakus

    02.23.13
  • Rialto Pictures

    ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ wishes it could be ‘The Battle of Algiers’

    01.24.13
  • Sony Pictures

    I Don’t Know Whether to Kiss You…or Waterboard You

    12.07.12
  • Sebastiano Tomada/Sipa USA

    World Braces for Syrian Trainwreck

    11.20.12
  • MILLA Project

    Burma Washes Its Hands of the Rohingyas

    11.19.12
  • Xinhua

    Insider Trading, Chinese Style

    10.30.12
  • Nelson Ching/Bloomberg

    China’s Reformers Hope for a Game-Changer

    10.25.12
  • Pete Souza

    Israel and the Iran Nuclear Weapons MacGuffin

    08.15.12
  • Amazon

    Brave New Worlds: ‘The Difference Engine’ and ‘The Murder of the Century’

    06.08.12