26 Nov 2013 The 26/11 Attack, Five Years Later
On the fifth anniversary of the Mumbai terrorist attacks, Prem Mahadevan reviews what has been subsequently learned about their planning and significance. The conclusions? Pakistan's culpability in the attacks is now beyond question and the operation ushered in a 'new normal' in terrorist practices. More on «The 26/11 Attack, Five Years Later»
12 Sep 2013 North Korea's Soft Landing
Most observers predict that the reunification of the Korean Peninsula will be more complex and expensive than was the case for East and West Germany. Think again, says Jaewoo Choo. South Korea has had decades to learn from the German experience and is well-placed to facilitate the 'soft-landing' of the North. More on «North Korea's Soft Landing»
7 Feb 2013 Georgia-Russia: Hostile Forever?
Georgia's Mikhail Saakashvili is pushing for constitutional amendments that critics believe will force all future governments to adhere to his political line on Russia. According to Sofo Bukia, the amendments will mandate closer ties with the West and rule out any recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. More on «Georgia-Russia: Hostile Forever? »