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Harsh V. Pant
, 29 July 2014
Nationalist leaders in Japan and India link forces amid concern over aggressive Chinese policies
David R. Cameron
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Local conflict in Ukraine takes global victim, and Russia plays politics with tragedy
Joseph Chamie
, 22 July 2014
With loose enforcement, implicit message on immigration: if you make it, you can stay
Evelyn Goh
, 17 July 2014
Australia may be ignoring long-term strategy by supporting Japan against top trade partner – China
Nayef Al-Rodhan
, 15 July 2014
Europe overlooks long history of good exchanges with Arab-Islamic world and encourages defensive posture
Gregory Chin
, 9 July 2014
China modifies its south-south narrative for Africa and recognizes the continent as competitor
Carol E. B. Choksy and Jamsheed K. Choksy
, 8 July 2014
The Muslim world must enact strict regulation of capital flows to stanch ISIS, shrink recruitment
Amitav Acharya
, 3 July 2014
New World order emerges, one that requires cooperation and ability to build regional ties
Anthony Rowley
, 1 July 2014
New casinos? Wall Street re-labeled developing nations as emerging markets for investors
Ooi Kee Beng
, 26 June 2014
Islam has no centralized controls; any power-hungry despot can use religion as an excuse
Fahad Nazer
, 24 June 2014
Neat alignment vanishes with the US more cautious, Saudi Arabia assertive in the Middle East
Dilip Hiro
, 18 June 2014
In Syria and Iraq, ISIS exploits power voids, frustrations over minority rights, and Sunni-Shia divide
Chandran Nair
, 17 June 2014
Developing nations are well versed on inequality – Piketty book neglects the role of natural capital
Priyamvada Natarajan and Ravi Sankrit
, 12 June 2014
Modern science is competitive, collaborative, and messy – the internet offers all a front-row seat
Alyssa Ayres
, 10 June 2014
Pragmatic politics and economics lead India’s Modi to nurture strong ties close to home
Pallavi Aiyar
, 5 June 2014
Aging, wealthy Europe turns on immigrants for a willingness to work for low wages
Johan Lagerkvist
, 3 June 2014
Crackdown on June 4, 1989, cowed the Chinese people and the world, eroding democratic values
David R. Cameron
, 29 May 2014
Parties that oppose the EU make gains and add to polarization of the European Parliament
Jean-Pierre Lehmann
, 27 May 2014
China’s plans for the 21st century have big implications for wider global order
Loro Horta
, 22 May 2014
Timor-Leste, struggling since independence in 2002, cannot take international generosity for granted