July 22, 2010

Renewed Violence in Kashmir Provides Window of Opportunity for Militants, Politicians

The deaths of over one dozen young Kashmiri citizens in recent weeks mark a departure from a period of relative calm in the volatile region. The […]
July 20, 2010

Improving Indonesia’s Counterterrorism Efforts

Indonesia has received much credit for significant inroads in eradicating terrorism after the 2002 Bali bombings that left 202 people dead. Since then, Jakarta’s elite counter-terrorism police unit, […]
July 12, 2010

China Yingli’s Green Power a Winner at the World Cup

As Spain clinched its first soccer World Cup victory, China’s green power also emerged as a winner on the field in South Africa. For 8 minutes […]
June 28, 2010

Watering China’s drying capital

In satisfying the thirst for a basic commodity – water – China is making trade-offs between its short term and long term supplies. Already, its capital […]
June 22, 2010

Aerospace Trends in the Asia-Pacific Region

The latest report from the Project 2049 Institute,  is now available on our website. Authored by Mark Stokes and Ian Easton the monograph addresses trends in China’s […]
June 14, 2010

The Arctic “Floating Pipeline” to Asia?

The Arctic Northern Sea Route (NSR) looks set for another summer of experimental navigation as ice cover temporarily recedes in this shipping frontier. Russia’s largest government owned shipping […]
June 8, 2010

A Sino-Pakistan Nuclear Deal?

By: Project 2049 Institute | In late April, China confirmed that it would supply Pakistan with two new civilian nuclear reactors.   The deal violates China’s obligations under […]
June 2, 2010

Will electric vehicles drive the future of resource diplomacy of East Asia?

By: Project 2049 Institute | As thousands of Japanese lined up to buy Japan’s first mass-market electric vehicle, Mitsubishi’s iMev, the electric vehicles market is looking […]
May 26, 2010

The Not-so Strategic Dialogue

By: Project 2049 Institute | The US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) that wrapped up in Beijing yesterday should lead to the coining of a new […]
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