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Charles Wiriawan

Education Reform in Indonesia Likely to Backfire

  • Hamid Karzai

    Blood Sport Returns to Afghanistan

    01.10.13
  • Eric Bridiers

    Brief Thoughts on the Kerry Nomination and U.S.-Lanka Relations

  • Reuters

    Washington’s Asia Pivot

  • Mark Garten

    Coping with the Challenges of Terrorism and International Law

    12.19.12
  • Jean-Marc Ferré

    Reconciliation’s Long Road in Sri Lanka

  • via Facebook

    Fostering a New Generation of African Leaders

    12.14.12
  • Afghanistan

    U.S. Foreign Policy in Central and South Asia

  • Mathy

    Sri Lanka’s Next Steps: A LLRC Shadow Action Plan

  • Frederic Bonamy/EU/ECHO

    M23, North Kivu and why Rwanda’s Donors Might Hold the Key to Peace

  • Google

    The Arab Spring Didn’t Buy the West Many Friends

    11.20.12
  • MILLA Project

    Burma Washes Its Hands of the Rohingyas

    11.19.12
  • Official Website

    UK Seeks to Strengthen Middle East Ties

  • Google

    Is Rwanda a African Success Story or a Tarnished Donor Darling?

    10.14.12
  • Nader Daoud

    Human rights in Sri Lanka: Between the UN and the US

  • Joseph Paris

    “Muslim Women Let’s Get Topless”: Off the Mark with FEMEN

  • New York Times

    Emerging Powers expand ties with Africa

  • Jason Ilagan

    David Hicks: The Man Who Was Chemically Tortured

  • Claude Truong-Ngoc

    Patience and Doubt amidst Gradual Reforms in Myanmar

    09.10.12
  • Pussy Riot Affair: When Religion and Politics Mix

  • Google

    Brazil as a Positive Force in Africa

  • Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

    Products with a Purpose

    08.29.12
  • RIA Novosti

    Exploring Sino-Russian Relations: The Dynamic Partnership

    08.23.12
  • The Question of the Salute: Rehabilitating Peter Norman

  • Afghanistan

    Paul Ryan In, Foreign Policy Out

    and 08.14.12
  • Kamyar Adl

    Ordinary Iranians: The Silent Victims of the Iran Sanctions

  • Freedom House

    Syria’s Descent Raises Disturbing Questions

  • Ruben Flamarique

    Ethnic Strife in Burma: A History of Violence

  • Claude Truong-Ngoc

    ‘Democracy’ and Slaughter in Burma: Gold Rush Overrides Human Rights

    07.17.12
  • DRC

    Enter the Dragon: Will China’s Deal of the Century Save Congo?

  • Ali Mansuri

    American Influence on the Development of Democracy in the Islamic World

    07.15.12
  • Sylvain Liechti

    How UN Peacekeeping in the Eastern DRC Blurs the Line

    07.14.12
  • Gage Skidmore

    Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy

    07.07.12
  • Pete Souza

    The Moral Obligation Next Door

  • Collage

    U.S. Foreign Policy and the Human Rights Council Resolution on Sri Lanka

  • U.S.-Islamic World Forum

    Women’s Rights in Malaysia

  • Freedom House

    In Response to Houla Massacre Australia Expels Syrian Diplomats

    05.29.12
  • Al Jazeera

    Will Pakistan Apologize to Bangladesh for its War Crimes?

    05.25.12
  • KCNA

    Chinese Domestic Policy and Sino-North Korean Relations

    05.24.12
  • Google

    Minister Peiris Goes to Washington