Category Archives: Southeast Asia

Sep 9 2013

A wind-shift waiting to happen: the haze problem in Southeast Asia

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By Malcolm H. Murfett, Associate Professor in the Department of History, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Associate of the Cold War Studies Programme, LSE IDEAS.     As Singapore gears up for its glittering F1 carnival on 22 September … Continue reading

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Aug 20 2013

Drones or No Drones, The Violence Will Continue in Pakistan

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By Harrison Akins, Ibn Khaldun Chair Research Fellow, American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC.   Speaking from Islamabad, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently hinted at the possibility of ending the use of the drone in … Continue reading

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Aug 5 2013

Globalisation: Many Indias, many Russias

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    By Dr Tomila Lankina, Senior Lecturer at LSE International Relations Department. Dr Lankina explains the ever-widening developmental disparities at a subnational level in both India and Russia. This is the first of two posts examining parallels and bilateral … Continue reading

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