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Yuki Tatsumi Quoted on Japan's Reaction to North Korea Missile Tests

With North Korean missiles zooming overhead, how does Japan prepare, defend and respond? Japan’s tough challenges, military and diplomatic.

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Op-ed by Sally Yozel, Brian Eyler, and Steen Christensen on Conserving SE Asia's Seas

With a maritime territory three times the size of its landmass, the region is one of the world’s most bountiful and diverse maritime areas. The 10 Asean countries account for a quarter of the world’s fish production, and 20 million people depend on the fishery industry for their livelihoods. 

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Op-Ed by Sally Yozell, Brian Eyler, and Steen Christensen on Conserving SE Asia's Seas

The United Nations’ call to conserve and sustainably develop the oceans perhaps resonates most with Southeast Asia than in any other part of the world. With a maritime territory thrice the size of its landmass, the region is among the world’s most bountiful and diverse maritime areas.

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Yun Sun Quoted on China's Infrastructure Projects in Nigeria

The government of Nigeria has announced the award of a $5.8 billion contract to build what will be the largest power plant in the country. The 3,050-megawatt Mambila hydroelectric power project in the state of Taraba will be delivered by a consortium of Chinese state-owned construction firms.

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Yun Sun Quoted on South Korea Missile Defense Test Failure

South Korea suffered an embarrassing failure of one of its indigenously developed missiles Friday, raising questions about whether it's prepared for a conflict with nuclear-armed North Korea.

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Op-Ed by Sally Yozell, Brian Eyler, and Steen Christensen on Conserving SE Asia's Seas

The United Nations' call to conserve and sustainably develop the oceans, as one of its Sustainable Development Goals, perhaps resonates most with Southeast Asia than in any other part of the world.

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Op-Ed by Sally Yozell, Brian Eyler, and Steen Christensen on Conserving SE Asia's Seas

The United Nations’ call to conserve and sustainably develop the oceans perhaps resonates most with Southeast Asia than in any other part of the world. With a maritime territory three times the size of its landmass, the region is one of the world’s most bountiful and diverse maritime areas.

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Brian Eyler Quoted on alternative to hydro-power in Mekong

The sleepy town of Pak Beng, best known as a stopover for slow boats connecting the Laos-Thailand border to the ancient Lao capital of Luang Prabang, will be transformed later this year by the launch of a third major hydro-dam on the lower Mekong River.

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Eric Miller Op-Ed on Asian Countries views on NAFTA and the US

The fate of NAFTA goes much beyond trade in North America.

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Lovely Umayama Quoted on Strike at US Nuclear Facility

The Savannah River Site, in South Carolina, is home to the radioactive fuel that powers hydrogen bombs. It's one of the most important nuclear facilities in the United States, and right now the workers who keep it safe are on strike.

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