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2017/07/25 | TIME
The Time for Negotiations with North Korea is Now
The absence of direct dialogue between the US and North Korea has to change. 'We can’t deal with them if we don’t understand them, and we won’t understand them if we aren’t talking to each other,' says a North Asia specialist.
2017/07/24 | TIME
Why Americans Need to Understand Chinese Ways of Thinking
'Part of what US diplomats and informed citizens need to know is the basic historical background to contemporary China. However, as a scholar of Chinese philosophy, I believe it’s at least as important to understand how China thinks.'
2017/07/07 | TIME
The Arrest of Three Journalists Shows a Disturbing Lack of Press Freedom in Democratic Myanmar
'In years gone by, we could visit and interview the ethnic armed groups. Now, under this so-called democratic government, media are being restricted.'
2017/07/05 | TIME
North Korea Says It Tested an ICBM. Here's Why That's a Big Deal
Here's what to know about ICBMs, and why a successful test would be such a big deal.
2017/06/30 | TIME
A Bloody Drug War and an ISIS-Linked City Siege Mark Duterte’s First Year in Office
One year into his presidency — despite the on-paper merit of his 10-point economic plan — Duterte has delivered almost nothing to improve the lot of impoverished Filipinos.
2017/05/09 | TIME
North Korea's Arrest of US Citizens Is 'Classic Asymmetric Warfare,' Says Expert
Two more arrests come as U.S. President Donald Trump has turned up the heat on Kim Jong Un, dispatching the USS Carl Vinson naval strike group to the Korean peninsula, and warning of a 'major, major conflict.'
2017/03/15 | TIME
U.N. Warned That Myanmar May Be Trying to Expel the Rohingya Population Entirely
The Myanmar government, led by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, has denied allegations of wrongdoing.
2017/03/14 | TIME
Whoever Becomes South Korea's New Leader Has Three Options for Dealing With Kim Jong Un. None Are Great
The new South Korean president will have to make an important decision on how to handle the North Korean nuclear threat.