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Britain's dangerous double games, 5 January 2011

India in the throes of "progress", 21 June 2010

US's search for military hegemony in South Asia, 14 April 2009


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YLEn Elävä arkisto 1973


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«America Has Lost» in the Philippines by Pepe Escobar, Strategic Culture Foundation, 25 October 2016

Washington's ‘Pivot to Asia': A Debacle Unfolding by James Petras, Information Clearing House, 25 October 2016

Finally, Letting the Philippines Go by Jonathan Marshall, Consortiumnews.com, 21 October 2016

North Korea's Understandable Fears by James Bradley, Consortiumnews.com, 10 September 2016

Say hello to Southeast Asia's New Silk Roads by Pepe Escobar, RT, 3 August 2016

'Our Anger Is Past Its Limit': Tens of Thousands Rally Against US Bases in Okinawa by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams, 19 June 2016

Asia's Indigenous Communities Marred by Militarisation by Tharanga Yakupitiyage, Inter Press Service, 10 May 2016

Tomgram: Dilip Hiro, Flashpoint for the Planet, TomDispatch.com, 3 April 2016

Pakistan's Ticking Nuclear Time Bomb by Jonathan Marshall, Consortiumnews.com, 30 March 2016

Look Before You Leap in North Korea by Eric Margolis, The Unz Review, 12 March 2016

In Pivot to Asia, US Military Reinforces Its Foothold in the Pacific by Adam Hudson, Truthout, 6 February 2016

Farewell to south Asia: boisterous, sometimes brutal, always extraordinary by Jason Burke, The Guardian, 31 January 2016

Escalating Cold War, US Flies B-52 Bomber Over South Korea by Sarah Lazare, Common Dreams, 10 January 2016

Does North Korea Need Nukes to Deter US Aggression? by Mike Whitney, CounterPunch, 8 January 2016

Japan's Right to Renounce War by Kathy Kelly, teleSUR, 17 November 2015

Horrid Carcass of Indonesia – 50 Years After the Coup by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 13 October 2015

Southeast Asia “Forgets” About Western Terror by Andre Vltchek, Countercurrents, 4 October 2015

Abe's Japan - Fascist and Falling by Andre Vltchek, teleSUR, 25 September 2015

Building the Southern Silk Road by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 24 September 2015

In Japan, Tens of Thousands Anti-War Protesters Reject Return to Militarism by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 30 August 2015

Who profits from the Bangkok bombing? by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, 18 August 2015

Could Japan Become America's New Proxy Army? by Tim Shorrock, The Nation, 27 July 2015

The U.S. Aids and Abets War Crimes in the Philippines by Marjorie Cohn, Truthdig, 22 July 2015

The Forgotten Massacres by Alex de Jong, Jacobin, 2 June 2015

The Rohingya - Adrift on a Sea of Sorrows by Eric Margolis, Common Dreams, 30 April 2015

Okinawans Want Their Land Back. Is That So Hard to Understand? by Jon Letman, Truthout, 29 May 2015

SE Asia: Home to Ethnic Cleansing, Slavery, and Hazardous Work by Walden Bello, teleSUR, 28 May 2015

Japanese nationalism: Decoy for American imperialism? by Andre Vltchek, RT, 25 May 2015

What's Washington Doin' in Central Asia Now? by F. William Engdahl, New Eastern Outlook, 5 May 2015

Want to Help Nepal Recover from the Quake? Cancel its Debt, Says Rights Group by Kanya D'Almeida, Inter Press Service, 27 April 2015

Genocidal Indonesia Executing Drug Convicts by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 27 April 2015

Nepal was made vulnerable by more than its violent geology by Shaheen Chughtai, The Guardian, 26 April 2015

The U.S. Military Just Plunged Philippine Politics into Crisis by Walden Bello, Foreign Policy in Focus, 17 March 2015

Washington's Central Asian Strategy: “Color Revolution Expert” Dispatched to Kyrgyzstan by Andrew Korybko, Global Research, 7 March 2015

In Thailand, a political crisis with global implications by Ben Case, ROARMAG.org, 23 August 2014

The New Japanese Nationalism by Kristin Surak, Jacobin, 19 August 2014

Military “Suspends” Class Conflict in Thailand by Walden Bello, teleSUR, 6 August 2014

Cambodia and Western Fabrication of History by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 1 August 2014

Parsing the East Asian Powder Keg by Conn Hallinan, Foreign Policy in Focus, 29 July 2014

Turning Japan Back toward Militarism by Dennis J Bernstein, Consortiumnews.com, 8 July 2014

Why Abenomics Flopped by Mike Whitney, CounterPunch, 2 July 2014

War of the Rising Sun by Eric Margolis, The Unz Review, 28 June 2014

Philippines: U.S. Troops, Go Home! by David Swanson, War Is A Crime.org, 4 June 2014

Class War: Thailand's Military Coup by Walden Bello, Foreign Policy in Focus, 27 May 2014

Far Eastern Federal District: Development and Ties with East Asia by Konstantin Penzev, New Eastern Outlook, 18 May 2014

Indonesians Need Revolution! by Rossie Indira and Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 9 May 2014

Obamanized Asia by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 2 May 2014

eal Welcoming US Military Into Philippines Slammed As 'Betrayal' by Sarah Lazare, Common Dreams, 27 April 2014

Obama Pivots, China Profits by Pepe Escobar, CounterPunch, 25 April 2014

North Korea: the new generation losing faith in the regime by Tania Branigan, The Guardian, 22 April 2014

Tomgram: John Feffer, The Empire's New Asian Clothes, TomDispatch.com, 28 January 2014

Thailand's Deep Divide by Walden Bello, Foreign Policy in Focus, 27 January 2014

The 1965 Massacre in Indonesia and Its Legacy by Benedict Anderson, CounterPunch, 24 January 2014

Slouching Toward Confrontation in the South China Sea by Pepe Escobar, CounterPunch, 18 December 2013

Japan's designated secrets bill - the sound of the jackboots by Saul Takahashi, openDemocracy, 10 Decemberr 2013

Thailand's royalist protesters rise up against democracy by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 4 December 2013

The US military and the Philippines by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 21 November 2013

An Open Letter to George Monbiot by Victoria Rollison, The Australian Independent Media Network, 12 November 2013

Indonesia – torn apart, but glorified by Washington by Andre Vltchek, RT, 5 Novmber 2013

South Korea refuses to forgive Japan's wartime atrocities by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 5 November 2013

Religious Gaga! by Andre Vlchek, CounterPunch, 1 November 2013

Hundreds of Bangladesh garment factories shut down as women take to streets in Dhaka by Laura Gottesdiener, Waging Nonviolence, 23 September 2013

'The Economy Runs on Our Toil': Record Protests Sweep Bangladesh by Sarah Lazare, Common Dreams, 22 September 2013

A Brewing Storm in the Western Pacific by Walden Bello, Foreign Policy in Focus, 24 July 2013

Meet the Next Country That Might Explode into Protests Against Corporate Plunder and Slave Labor Working Conditions by Andrew Gavin Marshall, AlterNet, 4 July 2013

As Death Toll Rises Beyond 500, Garment Factory Disaster 'Worst in World History' by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 3 May 2013

Against the Brahmins An interview with Pankaj Mishra by Wajahat Ali, Boston Review, 2 May 2013

Bangladeshi workers need more than boycotts by Vijay Prashad, The Guardian, 30 April 2013

Crisis On the Korean Peninsula by Hyun Lee, Alex Doherty, New Left Project, 27 April 2013

The Terror of Capitalism by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 26 April 2013

The Real Reasons for the Crisis on the Korean Peninsula by Alexander Vorontsov, Information Clearing House, 14 April 2013

In this nuclear standoff, it's the US that's the rogue state by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 9 April 2013

Missed Opportunities in North Korea by Peter Lee, CounterPunch, 5 April 2013

Where's the real threat here – Kim Jong-un or Trident? by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 4 April 2013

US Protection Racket Root of Korea Conflict by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 3 April 2013

War Scare in Korea – A Manufactured Crisis by Eric Margolis, LewRockwell.com, 29 March 2013

Hysteria Over Kim's Nukes by Eric Margolis, EricMargolis.com, 16 February 2013

US Goading Japan into Confrontation With China by John V. Walsh, Antiwar.com, 4 February 2013

Tomgram: Michael Klare, The Next War? TomDispatch.com, 22 January 2013


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