December 23, 2009

Southeast Asia’s Nuclear Energy Future: Promises and Perils

By: Prashanth Parameswaran | Southeast Asian nations are embarking on a pursuit for nuclear energy. While this promises to help satisfy the region’s growing energy thirst […]
December 18, 2009

Heated exchange: Tuvalu forces China’s hand at Copenhagen

By: Project 2049 Institute | In the lead up to Copenhagen, many speculated that China was going to be the decisive, and potentially divisive, party to […]
December 11, 2009

Japan’s New Destroyer

By: Project 2049 Institute | On November 23rd, Japanese media reported that the Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) is planning a 248m long helicopter destroyer – DDH22 – which […]
November 27, 2009

Obama Navigates Human Rights in Asia

By: Kelly Currie | As President Obama prepares to depart China, it seems like a good time to check in on how his trip is going, […]
November 24, 2009

China Keeps its Neighbor Pak-ing Heat

By: Project 2049 Institute | For Pakistan and other developing nations, finding a cost-effective source of arms has always been an issue, especially for jets and […]
November 19, 2009

APEC Cool on Climate Change

By: Project 2049 Institute |  “We reaffirm our commitment to tackle the threat of climate change and work towards an ambitious outcome in Copenhagen”, Asia […]
November 16, 2009

Regional (Dis)Unity in Southeast Asia

By: Project 2049 Institute | Just weeks after Asian leaders waxed eloquent about unity at the 15th ASEAN Summit in Bangkok, a simmering diplomatic row between […]
November 9, 2009

Farmer’s Insurance: China Turns to the Countryside

By: Project 2049 Institute | For a government founded in the name of the rural proletariat, the Chinese Communist Party has, since the Deng era, been […]
November 2, 2009

From Poor to Well-off: Why Aren’t the Chinese Consuming?

By: Project 2049 Institute | It is generally agreed that increasing prosperity among the Chinese populace, along with the expansion of the Chinese middle class will […]
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