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15/09/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
History Wars: A Long View of Asiaís Territorial Disputes
The Diplomat takes a look at the long and complex background to some of the regionís most intractable disputes.
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07/05/2013 | Frente Externo
Americaís Pivot to Asia: A Report Card
The pivot is a smart policy which is more nuanced than most people realize. But its China blind spot could be its undoing.
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09/02/2013 | Frente Externo
7 Reasons China and Japan Wonít Go To War
Even as tensions between Beijing and Tokyo grow by the day, there are good reasons to believe outright conflict can be avoided.
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01/11/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
5 Things the Pentagon Isn't Telling Us About the Chinese Military
Here's what you won't find in the Defense Departmentís latest report on China's military rise.
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01/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
The Limits of China as Villain
The current tensions in the South China Sea canít just be blamed on Beijing. The shortcomings of ASEAN have played a big part.
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01/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
The Limits of China as Villain
The current tensions in the South China Sea canít just be blamed on Beijing. The shortcomings of ASEAN have played a big part.
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03/10/2010 | Frente Externo
Looking Southeast, India Offers an Alternative to China
For almost 20 years, Indian development has been guided by the "Look East" policy, based on the premise that Asia holds the key to India's economic and strategic future. The recent state visits by Indian President Pratibha Devisingh Patil to Laos and Cambodia, which yielded Indian offers of trade initiatives and cash loans, have demonstrated that, for New Delhi, an eastern orientation is still promising.
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