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South Asia Security Monitor - No. 318
Bulletins - April 29, 2013
 

Pak defense budget soars;
Pakistan's former military ruler arrested;
India vows to protect border amid alleged Chinese incursion

 
With North Korea's Nuclear Test, U.S. Must Prepare For The Worst
Articles - February 13, 2013
 

When the South Korean government collected and analyzed the debris from North Korea's mid-December launch of a rocket into space, it made two new—and disturbing—discoveries. The first was that, while the rocket technology used by Pyongyang was partly Chinese in origin, it appeared to have been largely "home grown." The second was that the range of the rocket fired by the North was greater than originally believed, and perhaps as much as 6,000 miles in distance.

 
Why North Korea's Missile Launch Matters
Articles - December 21, 2012
 

North Korea's successful use last week of a long-range rocket to launch a satellite into orbit has catapulted the Asian rogue state back into the international spotlight. It also has brought back the global danger posed by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea into sharp focus.

 
The Dangers Obama Faces At Home And Abroad
Articles - November 13, 2012
 

Foreign policy seemed to go on hiatus during the U.S. presidential election. Economic issues dominated the race, and Americans waited to see which candidate's vision would prevail. But the world kept turning, and in President Barack Obama's second term he will face a number of legacy issues from his previous four years and several emerging strategic challenges.

 
Why UN Reform Can't Wait
Articles - July 11, 2012
 

It's no secret that the United Nations hasn't lived up to its billing as a champion of human rights and democratic values since its establishment in 1945. All too often, the UN system has aided and abetted some of the world's most odious regimes—and served as a political weapon for those countries against the West. Yet even by these standards, this summer has seen an unprecedented level of rot in the world's most powerful international forum.

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 978
Bulletins - July 10, 2012
 

Washington grants China a waiver from Iran sanctions;
China Defense Minister opposes DPRK provocations

 
Suu Kyi's Timely Reminder
Articles - June 20, 2012
 

Delivering her Nobel Lecture after a 21-year delay, Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi offered a timely reminder from the front lines of struggle.

“To be forgotten,” she said in her October 16th address in Oslo, “… is to die a little. It is to lose some of the links that anchor us to the rest of humanity. When I met Burmese migrant workers and refugees during my recent visit to Thailand, many cried out, ‘Don’t forget us!’ They meant: ‘Don’t forget our plight, don’t forget to do what you can to help us, don’t forget we also belong to your world.’

 
Cyber Urgency Needed: Complacency Leaves U.S. Vulnerable
Articles - June 18, 2012
 

How real is the potential for cyberwar? The growing attention being given to cyberspace by policymakers and the media alike reflects an inescapable reality. With government agencies and private companies under frequent attack in cyberspace, and with incidents of cyber espionage increasing in both intensity and frequency, it would be fair to say that the U.S. is already engaged in battle in cyberspace.

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 971
Bulletins - June 14, 2012
 

China cracks down on illegal immigrants;
North Korea captures 28 Chinese fishermen

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 969
Bulletins - May 30, 2012
 

Jockeying to replace Bo Xilai as Chongqing party chief; 

Highlight on North Korean sex slaves in China