Global Asia | A JOURNAL OF THE EAST ASIA FOUNDATION

Skip to container

팝업레이어 알림

팝업레이어 알림이 없습니다.

A JOURNAL OF THE EAST ASIA FOUNDATION GO TO WWW.KEAF.ORG

사이트 내 전체검색

회원로그인

No log-in yet? Register here
to access our latest articles,
archives and downloads.
OUR NEW STUDENT IDEAS PAGE

Future Opinion Leaders

Join the debate on our new forum dedicated to helping students and postgraduates sharing ideas

  • Nithin Coca

    The Future of Asia's Protest Movements

    15 May 2015 - Last year saw protests in many countries in the world's economic powerhouse, Asia, and 2015 portends more of the same. What does the future hold for these youth-led movements? Yellow umbrellas, sunflowers, yellow shirts, red shirts, and ribbons. These were the symbols of Asia in 2014, as seen from the most basic level – the city street. At many times in 201… Read full post

  • Bruno Hellendorff,Truong-Minh Vu

    An Under-Exploited Asset: The EU’s Quiet Contribution to Stability in the South China Sea

    27 Jan 2015 - In their separate visits to Brussels late last year, Philippine President Benigno Aquino and Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung had one major issue on their respective agendas: the South China Sea. Bypassing Europe seems no longer an option for Southeast Asian heads of state in their quest for outside support in their maritime disputes with China. This is… Read full post

  • David Plott

    Welcome to Our New Student Forum!

    08 Dec 2014 - Welcome to our new online series of commentaries on international affairs written exclusively by graduate and post-graduate students in political science, international affairs, public policy, Asian studies, economics, business, diplomacy and related fields that deal with Asia's place in the world. The aim is to stimulate debate on issues of contemporary re… Read full post

OUR CURRENT AFFAIRS BLOG

Our new online home for expert analysis and commentary on current affairs in Asia.

  • Rupakjyoti Borah

    China’s Bid to Rule the Waves in the South China Sea

    05 Apr 2016 - China’s deployment of HQ-9 Surface-to-Air missiles (SAMs) to Woody Island in the disputed Paracel island chain in the South China Sea is a new, but not a surprising, development. Slowly, but surely, Beijing has been proceeding with the militarization of Woody Island, referred to as Yongxingdao in China and which has been under its control since 1956. This island is also claimed… Read full post

  • Pattharapong Rattanasevee

    A New Threat to Southeast Asian Security: Insights on Tackling Transnational Terrorism

    16 Mar 2016 - The terror attacks in Paris on the evening of Nov. 13 revealed a sense of vulnerability across Europe and represented a critical moment for European security. Until now, investigators and the public remain unclear about when, where and how the attacks were planned, why certain targets were selected and what the rationale was behind the attacks. However, given the magnitude and so… Read full post

  • Peter Hayes,Chung-in Moon

    Should South Korea Go Nuclear, Redux?

    18 Feb 2016 - Note: This essay is updated and revised from an East Asia Policy Debate essay published in July 2014. Summary The fourth nuclear test on January 6, 2016 followed by a rocket-satellite launch on February 17, 2016 has disquieted many in South Korea. It has evoked new calls for South Korea to consider acquiring its own nuclear weapons. It is therefore incumbent on policy makers to c… Read full post

  • Robert E. McCoy

    Timing is Everything: Why Many North Korean Events Shouldn’t Surprise Anyone

    04 Feb 2016 - Some of the recent writings about North Korea’s fourth nuclear detonation expressed surprise that the event occurred when it did. The gist of these pieces was that North Korea had been making nice with South Korea and likely would not jeopardize its relationship with China; hence, great surprise when it went off. One article even said that “neither Seoul nor Washington detected a… Read full post

  • Walter C. Clemens, Jr

    What Happened to Yin and Yang?

    26 Jan 2016 - Not by rice alone. Nor by GDP. How people live depends not only on material assets but also on intangibles. A full life requires a culture that gives reason to strive, love and cooperate. For thousands of years, Chinese have valued traditions that helped to balance and harmonize the Yin-Yang forces that permeate all life—night and day, fire and water, male and female. Balanced bu… Read full post

GLOBAL ASIA RECOMMENDS

About Us Latest Issue Back Issues Article Search How to Subscribe Advertise with Us Submit an article Forum Privacy Policy
Global Asia, The East Asia Foundation,
4th Fl, 116 Pirundae-ro, Jongno-gu,
Seoul, Korea 03035
Business Registration Number: 105-82-14071
Tel. +82 2 325 2604
General: info@globalasia.org
Editorial: editorial@globalasia.org
Subscribe: subscriptions@globalasia.org
Advertising: ads@globalasia.org
This website
© 2016 by the
East Asia Foundation.
All rights reserved.
EAST ASIA FOUNDATION