Why the US and its allies must rethink their China war plans
Indonesia-Philippines border deal presages more united ASEAN South China Sea stance
Russia-Ukraine: What is Putin up to in Crimea?
US position hardens on China's nine-dashed line
'The Act of Killing' in a democratic Indonesia
In visa stoush, PNG only hurts itself
Hagel’s defence budget proposal is a reasonable place-holder for the pivot
Burma: A critical look at those chemical weapons claims
The global strategic consequences of Russia's intervention in Ukraine
'You know what I mean': Chinese official's unscripted words light up social media
Vladimir Putin: Geopolitical wrecking ball
Bangkok protests: A view from the ground
Syria: Here endeth diplomacy
Foreign aid: Is Afghanistan a welfare state?
What can be done about income inequality?
US should resist China's ADIZ, but...
Failure to act on IMF reform damages US (and G20) credibility
Review: Paul Collier's 'Exodus'
Lebanon: Second front in the Syria war
Lessons for Australia from the Swiss referendum on immigration quotas
Football diplomacy conference
Linda Jakobson on China's new leaders
Wednesday linkage: South China Sea, Obama, trains, Germans and more
21 November 2012 11:55AM
A proposal to create a small group, outside ASEAN, that would present
a united front to China on the South China Sea dispute
. (Thanks Stephen.)
51 wonderful photos of
Chinese architecture, old and new
Obama's Myanmar visit
isn't going down well in Beijing
. But that was probably the point.
Then again, maybe Beijing shouldn't worry so much.
There was a substantial Myanmar military delegation at a recent Chinese arms fair
Things are looking up in the Philippines, including in
In the same quirky spirit as the
Stuff Dutch People Like
blog I recommended previously, here's
How to be German in 20 Easy Steps
. (Thanks Martine.)
High-speed trains get all the press, but
China's investment in urban rail is equally jaw-dropping in scale
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