April 28, 2010

Undersea Cables: Taiwan’s Achilles Heel?

By: Project 2049 Institute | While a great deal of attention has been paid to hacking attempts against the computer networks of governments and large corporations, […]
April 23, 2010

Polical Aftershocks from Yushu Earthquake?

By: Project 2049 Institute | The death toll from last week’s massive earthquake in the Tibetan area of Yushu (Tibetan: Jyeku), in China’s Qinghai province, has […]
April 16, 2010

After the Coup: Kyrgyzstan’s Relations with China

By: Project 2049 Institute | The latest revolt in the former Soviet Union occurred just across China’s western border, raising concerns about Kyrgyzstan’s relations with the […]
April 15, 2010

The Mekong’s Murky Future

By: Project 2049 Institute | Last week, representatives from the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) – Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and host country Thailand – gathered for the first Mekong […]
April 6, 2010

Cheonan Sinking Highlights Naval Mine Threat

By: Project 2049 Institute | The South Korean Navy patrol ship Cheonan suffered a mysterious explosion and sank in the waters disputed between the two Koreas […]
March 31, 2010

Southeast Asia’s Dry Spell

By: Project 2049 Institute | Southeast Asia is currently weathering its worst drought in decades. The dry spell, which could stretch far into 2011, threatens to […]
March 26, 2010

Low Fertility and the Future of South Korea

By: Project 2049 Institute | South Korea is a graying nation. Like many of its neighbors in East Asia, South Korea has experienced low fertility rates, […]
March 18, 2010

Trade Talks Lay Foundation For Free Trade Across the Pacific

By: Project 2049 Institute | This week marked the first round of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in Melbourne, Australia. The TPP began in 2006 as an […]
March 11, 2010

Asia’s new strategic energy resource?

By: Project 2049 Institute | As countries in the Asia region grapple with meeting future energy demands, many are looking to a new energy frontier of […]
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