Asia

By Florian Decludt
Staff Writer
October 28, 2013

Fiji's hopes for stability and economic prosperity hinge on moving past ethnic divides.

By Shen Peng
Contributor
October 28, 2013

Online map providers should carefully label disputed territories to avoid backlash. Meanwhile, nations involved in land battles need to focus more on settling the issues and less on map names.

By Jennifer Cayias
Contributor
April 22, 2013

The Obama administration has clearly communicated a shift in the United States’ geopolitical focus to the Asian arena. While this shift is well justified, the White House should ensure it does not ignore developments in the Arctic arena.

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