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Asia-Pacific

Tag Archives | Asia-Pacific

  • Pictured: Merrill Newman is shown reading a statement of his alleged "crimes"

    North Korea’s Detention of American Merrill Newman Shouldn’t Surprise Many

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  • Reuters

    The Hysteria over China’s Air Defense Identification Zone

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  • Examining India’s Look East Policy 3.0

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  • Understanding China’s Underwhelming Response to Typhoon Haiyan

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

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  • China's Hu Jintao with Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah

    Is the U.S. Losing Saudi Arabia to China?

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  • Buddhist Nationalist leader U Wirathu leaving after giving a sermon, at a monastery in Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma) on May 22, 2013.  Source: Tumblr

    Minority Report: Suu Kyi’s Silence over Violence against the Rohingyas

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  • Chinese Foreign Aid: How Much?

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  • Monk U Wirathu acknowledges that he is a Buddhist nationalist but says he has tried to prevent fighting. He is pictured here in Mandalay, Myanmar. Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP

    Foreign Direct Investment in Myanmar will Increase Stability

  • Aaron Jaffe/Circle of Blue

    China’s Dams: A Security Challenge for South Asia

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  • Tamils take Control in Provincial Election Landslide

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

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  • Dhaka's billboards are now adorned with messages about the incumbent government's success stories. Syed Zakir Hossain/Dhaka Tribune

    Peripheral Politics in Bangladesh

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  • France's Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.  Mark Garten/UN

    ASEAN, EU and the French Connection

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  • The Olympics go Downtown for Tokyo 2020

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  • A North Korean soldier watches South Korean soldiers at the Korean Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas in 2011. Yonhap News Agency/AAP

    The Kaesong Agreement: Ending the Inter-Korean Entrapment?

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  • Source: Euronews

    Radioactive Water Leak found at Fukushima

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  • A Chinese national flag flutters in front of a GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) office building in Shanghai July 12, 2013.  Aly Song/Reuters

    Is Glaxo Bribery Emblematic of China?

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  • Japan's economy very much rests on the monetary policy of Shinzo Abe

    Amb. Kenichiro Sasae on Japan’s Future

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  • Cambodia’s ‘Terrorists’: Invoking Terrorism for Political Expediency

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  • Reuters

    Japan Tries to Mend ties with North Korea

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  • Tamil demonstrators protest outside the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group meeting in London. Source: Sri Lanka Campaign

    On the Commonwealth, Values and Sri Lanka

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  • The USS Gridley pulls alongside a sealift command dry cargo ship in the South China Sea

    The Pentagon’s Logistics Nightmare

  • North Korean Provocations will not Lead to War

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  • President Barack Obama meeting with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in the Oval Office where they discussed among other things tensions with North Korea, February 28, 2011. Pete Souza/White House

    The White House’s Flawed North Korea Strategy

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  • North Korea: Enter Realpolitik

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  • A Relentless Theatre: Malaysia Goes to the Polls

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  • On Julia Gillard’s China Diplomacy

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  • Photo released by KCNA news agency on March 29, 2013 shows top leader Kim Jong-Un attending an urgent meeting with top military officials

    Beijing and Moscow: Pyongyang’s Silent Partners

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  • Photo released by KCNA news agency on March 29, 2013 shows top leader Kim Jong-Un attending an urgent meeting with top military officials. Source: KCNA/Xinhua

    Mr. Kim and the Envelope

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  • The United States will add more ground-based ballistic missile interceptors to its arsenal, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced at the Pentagon

    North Korea’s Provocative Pattern

  • Petulant Child: North Korea and Chastisement

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  • Taiwan: Enhanced Bilateral Ties Spur Chinese Espionage

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  • Consequences of Obama’s ‘Asia Pivot’

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  • China's President Hu Jintao talks to Vice President Xi Jinping after the closing ceremony of the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Alfred Cheng Jin/Reuters

    Understanding China’s Internal Migration

  • Shut Up About the Senkakus

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  • Amidst Japan’s 3/11 Anniversary, Dubious Progress at Rebuilding

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  • Reuters

    North Korea: Martial Law Declared Ahead of Possible Nuclear Test

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  • Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve pictured with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner in the background

    Could the Global Bond Market cause another Global Financial Crisis in 2013?

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