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U.S. Natural Gas Exports Could Change Market (Roll Call, 9/9/2014)

China’s Pursuit of a Domestic Life Science Sector (HealthIntelAsia, 8/29/2014)

Transitions: Democracy Lab Weekly Brief (Foreign Policy, 7/28/2014)

New Report Weighs Challenges and Opportunities for Improved Trade with India (Alliance for Fair Trade with India, 7/25/2014)

For Japan, What Comes After Collective Self-Defense? (The Diplomat, 7/4/2014)

Chevron: Gorgon LNG and Asia-Pacific demand (LNG Industry, 7/2/2014)

S. Korean vice FM urges energy cooperation in Northeast Asia (Yonhap News Agency, 6/30/2014)

S. Korean vice FM urges energy cooperation in Northeast Asia (Global Post, 6/30/2014)

Foreign Ministry to Host the 2014 Pacific Energy Summit (MK Business News, 6/26/2014)

Could Tensions in the South China Sea Spark a War? (The National Interest, 5/31/2014)

U.S. must do more to recognize cyberthreats, say Gorton and Dicks (among others) (The Oregonian, 5/29/2014)

China’s Leader, Seeking to Build Its Muscle, Pushes Overhaul of the Military (New York Times, 5/24/2014)

Decade of Sino-Russian Talks on Natural Gas Finally Yields Agreement (Caixin Online, 5/23/2014)

China’s Alleged Cybertheft Could Cost US Billions (Voice of America, 5/21/2014)

The Contrasting Trajectories of China's East Asia Policy (World Politics Review, 5/20/2014)

China/Vietnam Flare-Up Could Knock Obama's Asia Strategy Off Balance (KMBZ Kansas City, 5/16/2014)

Putin's Hollowed-Out Homeland (Wall Street Journal, 5/7/2014)

China Pursues More Controls on Coal (Radio Free Asia, 4/28/2014)

U.S. LNG export can have large impact overseas (The Globe and Mail, April 27, 2014)

Northwest coal terminals could export 100 million tons yearly, expert says (Puget Sound Business Journal, April 25, 2014)

China health care reform poses risks and opportunities for foreign firms (South China Morning Post, April 8, 2014)

SDF needs more "flexibility" over security policy: ex-U.S. official (Kyodo News International, April 4, 2014)

China Runs Risk with New Gas Route Through Central Asia (Radio Free Asia, March 24, 2014)

U.S. Urges Action on Rohingya Discrimination (Myanmar Times/AFP, 3/26/2014)

Former Director of National Intelligence under President Obama Will Speak at Radisson Hotel, East Pennsboro Twp. (The Patriot News, 3/19/2014)

Political Clouds Darken over China Smog (Radio Free Asia, 3/3/2014)

President reiterates plan to reduce size of military force (Taipei Times, 2/14/2014)

The Chinese Military's Toughest Opponent: Corruption (The Diplomat, 2/1/2014)

North to Pose Regional Threat in 2014 (Daily UK - Live from Seoul, 12/23/2013)

N. Korea expected to continue show of force next year (The Korea Times, 12/22/2013)

Regardez la garde rapprochée de Kim Jong-un rétrécir à vue d'oeil (Slate.fr, 12/16/2013)

Uncertainty Over China's Coal Use Clouds Global Forecasts (Radio Free Asia, 12/13/2013)

N. Korea announces execution of leader's 'traitor' uncle (AFP, 12/13/2013)

China wary of sourcing too much gas from the US (Sydney Morning Herald, 11/11/2013)

China Revises Efficiency Targets as Energy Campaign Lags (Radio Free Asia, 11/11/2013)

Santos, Origin, Oil Search, Woodside: Gas outlook paints a rosy picture (The Motley Fool, 11/11/2013)

U.S. gas boom to fracture Asia energy scene: study (Japan Times, 11/8/2013)

Gas boom to reshape US role in Asia (SKYNEWS.com.au, 11/8/2013)

China Hesitates as Washington OKs Natural-Gas Exports (Wall Street Journal, 11/7/2013)

Japanese Political Elite Divided over Country’s Nuclear Future (OilPrice.com, 10/31/2013)

U.S. Expert on Japan Says "Japanese Nukes May Be Possible" (Business Korea, 10/24/2013)

Can a Shriveled Japan Defend Itself? (National Interest, 10/23/2013)

Dams Will Ensure Safe Water Supply, Says India Caucus Report (IndiaWest, 10/20/2013)

China still one of places for growth: U.S. experts (English.news.cn, 9/27/2013)

Navy plans more people, new planes and ships for Washington (Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal, 9/25/2013)

Don’t abandon Taiwan for better China ties (CNN World, 9/12/2013)

Strategies for Improving U.S.-China Military Relations (CDNews.com, 9/4/2013)

China Faces Challenge Dodging US Sanctions Over Iranian Oil Imports (Radio Free Asia, 9/2/2013)

Is India a ‘Global Swing State’ in International Policy? (India West, 8/25/2013)

China's GDP growth may be optimistic (Asia Times Online, 8/6/2013)

China's Energy Use Lags With Economy (Radio Free Asia, 8/5/2013)

Snowden affair clouds U.S. attempts to press China to curb cyber theft (Reuters, 7/8/2013)

Promoting Trans-Pacific cooperation in a New Energy Era (Environmenal Expert, 6/25/2013)

Experts predict conflicting policies over Asian trade pacts (China Daily, 6/19/2013)

US lawmakers, businesses demand Indian trade reforms (Economic Times, 6/19/2013)

Period of benign drift may be best for Asia (Bangkok Post, 6/15/2013)

The cyber security recommendations of Blair and Huntsman's report on China's IP theft (Foreign Policy, 5/23/2013)

Chinese Cyberattacks Sore Spot In Relations With U.S. (The Huffington Post, 5/8/2013)

Counterterrorism: The Way Ahead – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 5/62013)

China Cuts Fuel Prices as Demand Wanes (Radio Free Asia, 5/6/2013)

MMRGlobal Patent Valuation Increases From Issuance of Japanese Patent (MMRGlobal Inc., 5/6/2013)

ASEAN Unity: From Word To Deed – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 5/2/2013)

A question for the NYTimes: If I don’t get in fights with my neighbors, am I a ‘loner’? (Washington Post, 4/30/2013)

Taiwan runs live-fire military exercise (Financial Times, 4/17/2013)

Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets (The Diplomat, 4/13/2013)

Ma calls for cooperation and peace in East Asia (Taipei Times, 4/10/2013)

Global demand expected to remain high enough for LNG development in B.C. (The Vancouver Sun, 4/5/2013)

Former Obama adviser Blair pushes diplomatic benefit of LNG exports (Platts, 4/5/2013)

Canada Taps LNG Export Market: While the U.S. Waits, Canada Makes Moves (Energy & Capital, 4/4/2013)

Canada's close ties with Asia of little concern to United States (The Vancouver Sun, 4/3/2013)

Liquefied natural gas: Transforming US into global energy hub (The Hill, 4/2/2013)

The high-risk, high-stakes plan to export LNG from B.C. to Asia (The Globe and Mail, 4/2/2013)

Self-sufficiency will open doors in Asia-Pacific region (The Vancouver Sun, 4/1/2013)

How to Secure Our Energy Future: Lawmakers need to rethink energy and environmental security (U.S. News, 4/1/2013)

Lynch and Woo: Canada must act before Asia finds energy supply (Calgary Herald, 3/19/2013)

Will Xi Jinping Be the Reformer China Needs? (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2/28/2013)

The U.S. Must Stop China’s Bullying Of Japan – OpEd (Eurasia Review, 2/26/2013)

China wants in on US-Japan relationship (The Christian Science Monitor, 2/22/2013)

Rescue highlights MARSOC’s role in Pacific (Marine Corps Times, 2/18/2013)

Chinese investment in US the key to better relations (ABC Radio Australia, 2/18/2013)

China Seeks Smog Cause (Radio Free Asia, 1/29/2013)

DIIFSD's two day dialogue exchange on marriage and fertility in Arab world concludes with successful outcomes (AMEinfo.com, 1/29/2013)

On the Rack" China Brief (The Peking Review, 12/24/2012)

Partnering Across the Pacific: How a U.S.-Japan partnership can provide pharma potential (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 12/17/2012)

Google goes shopping for The Next Big Thing, finds the cupboard bare thanks to US patent law (Quartz, 12/4/2012)

Expert tells Alaska to get moving on pipeline if it wants to sell gas to Asia (Alaska Dispatch, 11/29/2012)

Asean: Soma, Exotica (Maylaya Business News, 11/22/2012)

U.S. Rethinks Security As Mideast Oil Imports Drop (NPR, 11/16/2012)

Taking tea with China is a natural appointment (Gulf News, 11/3/2012)

Still-Vigorous Asian Budgets Focus on Naval, Air Forces (Defense News, 10/24/2012)

Analysis - Canada's tough stance on foreign buyers won't cut oil growth (Reuters, 10/24/2012)

Rising East Asian oil, gas demand poses US policy questions (Oil & Gas Journal, 10/8/2012)

US should move quickly to export LNG, experts say (Oil & Gas Journal, 10/8/2012)

U.S. Marines complete Australian tour (UPI, 10/5/2012)

US Deputy Secretary Defence Carter: "By 2020, we will have shifted 60 percent of our naval assets to the Pacific" (Shanghaiist, 10/4/2012)

Pentagon has resources to implement Asia strategy: Carter (560WGAN News Radio, October 3, 2012)

Energy independence? For the U.S., it's a pipe dream (Marketplace, October 3, 2012)

Energy Use Slides (Radio Free Asia, October 1, 2012)

North America’s Natural Gas Boom Comes to the Asia-Pacific (The Diplomat, September 27, 2012)

The Interview: Robert Kaplan (The Diplomat, September 21, 2012)

Green gloves must stay on (China Daily - USA, 9/14/2012)

Navy uses humanitarian aid to build relationships, boost US image in Asia-Pacific region (Minneapolis Star Tribune, 9/12/2012)

RI to strengthen public-private health partnership (The Jakarta Post, 9/4/2012)

Islands dispute rocks diplomatic relations between Japan and China (The Irish Times, 8/25/2012)

Nexen buy could aid CNOOC's S. China Sea push (Upstream, 8/6/2012)

India’s infrastructure woes, in two charts (The Washington Post, 8/6/2012)

CNOOC-Nexen deal seen helping China's South China Sea thrust (Reuters, 8/3/2012)

Pentagon's Pacific pivot (KOMO.news, 8/3/2012)

The Power Gap Behind India’s Mass Blackouts (The New York Times, 7/31/2012)

Why India Just Suffered the World's Biggest Blackout (LiveScience, 7/31/2012)

Will the US defend Philippines if China attacks? (ABS-CBN News, 7/25/2012)

Childhood obesity: Tips for parents (Yahoo News, 7/15/2012)

Clinton Warns of Sea Clashes as China Delays Talks Over Rules (Bloomberg, 7/11/2012)

US Military Faces Balancing Act in Asia (Voice of America, 7/5/2012)

Guam briefing held on Capitol Hill (KUAM News, 6/30/2012)

UPDATE: Bordallo outlines vision of economic development and defense strategy on Capitol Hill (Pacific Daily News, 6/30/2012)

Q&A: The Culture of Medicine Runs on People Power, Not Tech (The Atlantic, 6/27/2012)

The WHO Dealmakers: Sending Vaccine Technology To The Third World (Asian Scientist, 6/27/2012)

Analysis: Healthcare sees emerging future in frugal innovation (Reuters, 6/20/2012)

Exploring disruptive innovations in health care: High impact networking and ideas exchange at the Pacific Health Summit (Center for Health Market Innovations, 6/19/2012)

New hope for women who need protection from HIV (The Guardian, 6/13/2012)

Dying for the Lack of a Simple Test (Huffington Post UK, 6/13/2012)

Thailand-US move to strengthen alliance (Bangkok Post, 6/8/2012)

Bo Xilai Just a Sideshow (China Business Watch, 4/27/2012)

Bo scandal 'good' for China, expert says (CNN, 4/23/2012)

US expert poses ‘dramatic question’ about Taiwan (Taipei Times, 4/20/2012)

What we know and don't know about Bo (Foreign Policy, 4/19/2012)

China Detains Allies of Ousted Official (The New York Times, 4/19/2012)

US experts say Taiwan a vital interest (Taipei Times, 4/19/2012)

U.S. will maintain ties with Taiwan, pivot toward Asia: scholars (Focus Taiwan, 4/18/2012)

US, EU, Japan File WTO Complaint Against China Over Rare Earth Exports (International Business Times, 3/13/2012)

The Maldives are in political upheaval. Why do we care? (Los Angeles Times, 2/10/2012)

India's human wealth (The Pioneer, 1/5/2012)

Vietnam, China agree to boost ties (Thanhnien News, 12/22/2011)

Containing the Young Kim (Wall Street Journal, 12/20/2011)

Panetta's Asian mission: difficult, but still possible (Daily Maverick, 10/26/2011)

U.S. Pivots Eastward to Address Uneasy Allies (The New York Times, 10/25/2011)

The Dying Bear: Russia's Demographic Disaster (Foreign Affairs, November/December 2011)

South China Sea: It takes two to tangle (The Philippine Star, 10/14/2011)

Analysis: Last stand for Russia in China gas talks (CNBC, 10/13/2011)

In Russia, a Demographic Crisis and Worries for Nation's Future (The Atlantic, 10/11/2011)

China and the Eurasian Union (The Diplomat, 10/7/2011)

Ten years after 9/11, Americans are safer but there is more to do (The Seattle Times, 9/06/2011)

Go-Playing Kan Loses With Resignation That Sparks Successor Race (BusinessWeek, 8/26/2011)

Japan Premier Naoto Kan Resigns After Backlash Over Handling of Earthquake (Bloomberg, 8/26/2011)

Seth Berkeley: A lifetime search for equity through vaccines (The East African, 8/14/2011)

Right to know (Thanh Nien Daily, 8/12/2011)

Immunization is the most important health intervention (The Times of India, 8/3/2011)

US,India should co-develop weapons tech (ZEENEWS, 8/2/2011)

Coming soon: An improved, noiseless female condom by Esther Nakkazi, 2011 Pacific Health Summit participant
(The East African, 7/24/2011)

Why India Wouldn’t Buy American Fighter Jets (Wall Street Journal, 7/22/2011)

Mideast Oil Drives China Disputes (Radio Free Asia, 7/18/2011)

Haiti Refused Cholera Vaccine, Chief Says (Financial Times, 7/10/2011)

Made in China, Protected in Africa (Mail & Guardian - South Africa, 7/1/2011)

J&J to link up product marketing (Financial Times, 6/26/2011)

Merck’s Julie Gerberding, Former CDC Director, on the Future of Vaccines (Xconomy, 6/24/2011)

Microsoft Looks to Business Tools for Health Care (PCWorld, 6/23/2011)

Microsoft sees a role for Kinect in health care (CNET, 6/23/2011)

From the Pacific Health Summit: Vaccines Equity Could Be a Possibility (UN Dispatch, 6/22/2011)

'U.S. needs Pakistan more than Pakistan needs US' (The Express Tribune, 6/21/2011)

Oil Search Sparks Security Concerns (Radio Free Asia, 6/13/2011)

China Fears Fuel Shortage (Radio Free Asia, 5/23/11)

Seeking low-carbon energy security for Asia-Pacific (The Jakarta Post, 4/19/2011)

Kirk: Washington Wants Three Pending FTAs Put into Effect (airang, 4/01/11)

US military sees extended help for Japan (AFP, 3/30/2011)

Remarks by Ambassador Ron Kirk to the National Bureau of Asian Research (USTR Press Office, 3/30/11)

US puts Japan trade push on back burner (AFP, 3/30/11)

US-China wind turbine talks "very productive" - USTR (Reuters, 3/30/11)

PLN to spend $15b to build gas-fired power plants (The Jakarta Post, 2/24/11)

RI to import 4.5m tons of LNG starting in 2013 (The Jakarta Post, 2/24/11)

2013, Indonesia Impor 4,5 Juta Ton Gas Alam per Tahun (MediaIndonesia.com, 2/24/11)

Indonesia's domestic gas price should give fair return: BPMigas (Platts, 2/23/11)

Domestic gas supply scarce despite huge reserves (The Jakarta Post, 2/22/11)

High oil prices pose serious risk to global recovery: Birol (Platts, 2/22/11)

Birol Says IEA Stockpiles Ready `If There Is A Need' (Bloomberg, 2/22/11)

Australia, Indonesia, PNG to help drive 'golden age' of gas: Birol (Platts, 2/22/11)

Asia Kendalikan Pasar Gas Dunia (TEMPO interaktif, 2/22/11)

PLA drive targets Taiwan: US study (Taipei Times, 1/8/11)

Sea border a trigger for Korean peninsula tension (Los Angeles Times, 1/6/11)

Defending Korea Line Seen Contrary to Law by Kissinger Remains U.S. Policy (Bloomberg News, 12/16/10)

Hitting the North (Los Angeles Times, 11/29/10)

Slowing Down Population (Manila Bulletin, 11/22/10)

India-U.S. to build strong, strategic defence ties: report (The Hindu, 11/4/10)

US talks up China factor ahead of Obama visit news (Domain-b, 11/4/10)

Strong India-US defense ties expected: NBR (Washington Bangla Radio, 11/4/10)

China's massive commodities appetite moves markets (AFP, 10/23/10)

New N. Korean Leadership Must Honor Denuclearization Says US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell (Arirang, 9/30/10)

Notes on Asia's Changing Demographics (Across the Aisle blog, 9/28/10)

Gates wants easing of restrictions on hi-tech exports to India (Business Standard, 9/24/10)

US hopes China, Japan resolve row peacefully (AFP, 9/17/10)

Демографический кризис – препятствие модернизации России (Voice of America, 8/13/10)

Beijing Disputes Energy Record (Radio Free Asia, 8/2/10)

New Wellesley College deans (Boston.com News, 7/6/10)

Can Medical Technology Solve the Health Care Problem? (New York Times, 7/2/10)

Dybul: 'We need to be more efficient' (Science Speaks: HIV & TB News, 6/25/10)

Wireless ICT for Maternal and Newborn Health (UN Dispatch, 6/24/10)

Live from the Pacific Health Summit (Global Health Magazine, 6/24/10)

Playing for high stakes at the G20 (The Guardian, 6/23/10)

Pentagon Official: China Showing New Assertiveness in Asia (Voice of America, 6/18/10)

China's military secrecy damages trust: U.S. official (Focus Taiwan News Channel, 6/18/10)

Slade Gorton’s political legacy (Puget Sound Business Journal, 5/25/10)

North Korea makes everyone nervous, including China (Seattle Times, 5/24/10)

US Trade Representative Underscores Importance Of Southeast Asia (Bernama, 5/4/10)

China Sets Sights On Enhanced Air, Sea Power (NPR's All Things Considered, 4/22/10)

China Thwarts Russian Goal (Radio Free Asia, 4/5/10)

Rousing China To Military Dominance (Newsweek, 3/19/10)

The Great Crash of 2008; Gravity Shift: How Asia's New Economic Powerhouses Will Shape the Twenty-first Century; Strategic Asia 2009-10: Economic Meltdown and Geopolitical Stability (Foreign Affairs, March/April 2010)

Energy Shortfalls Prompt Elusive Reform (Radio Free Asia, 2/15/10)

RDI receives largest individual gift from philanthropist in Asia (The Seattle Times, 2/3/10)

The Director of national intelligence to give KSU Landon Lecture (KTKA, 1/22/10)

The new battle of Okinawa (The Economist, 1/14/10)

U.S. Announces $20 Million to Help Afghanistan Agriculture (The Epoch Times, 1/12/10)

Worthy Of Their Blurbs (Outlook India, 1/11/2010)

NBR Report Underscores Mutual Distrust Impeding South Asian CT Cooperation (MacArthur Foundation Asia Security Initiative blog, 1/6/10)

Korea's troop deployment in Afghanistan serves Korea's national interest: scholar (Yonhap News, 1/5/2010)

China’s Family Planning Goes Awry (Far Eastern Economic Report, 12/4/2009)

S Asia should address non-traditional security challenges, say experts (Financial Express, 11/21/09)

Secure Land Rights Will Boost China’s Rural Economy, Survey Says (PNN Online, 9/18/09)

A conversation with China, not a lecture (Seattle Times, 9/17/09)

India, Pakistan and Nuclear Power (KUOW, 9/16/09)

Special Report: Kamphausen on U.S.-China Military-to-Military Cooperation (Asian Security Initiative Blog, 9/16/09)

世界の“環境エリート”が東京に集結! 太平洋エネルギーサミット最前線レポート (Diamond Online, 11/5/09)

Waking up to a new alliance (Observing Japan blog, 11/4/09)

Asia-Pacific Must Invest Up to $9.7 Trillion by 2030 to Meet Energy Needs (Solomon Times, 11/3/09)

Vietnam attends Pacific Energy Summit in Japan (Vietnam+, 11/3/09)

Asia-Pacific must invest up to US$9.7tr by 2030 to meet energy needs (Environmental Expert, 11/3/09) China Gas Deal Stalls (Radio Free Asia, 10/27/09)

Private US peacemakers: will Europe's wealthy families follow this lead? (New Europe, 10/11/09)

Sanjaya Baru: India's stake in the dollar's future (Business Standard, 10/7/09)

Behind the Scenes on a New Vaccines Push in India (ScienceInsider, 9/17/09)

Poodle or Pekinese? Yukio Hatoyama has to clarify some contradictory messages to the world (The Economist, 9/17/09)

U.S. urged to prepare for new Japan challenges (Reuters, 9/1/09)

China Curbs False Data (Radio Free Asia, 7/7/09)

TB Anywhere is TB Everywhere! (Seattle PI, 6/18/09)

Sanofi-aventis to Donate 100 Million Swine Flu Vaccinations to WHO (OH&S News, 6/21/09)

Sanofi CEO Bets Outside U.S., Gears Up for Flu Pandemic, and Seeks To Learn From Biotech (Xconomy, 6/19/09)

TB Isn’t Going Away, and Pharma Isn’t Ignoring It (Xconomy, 6/18/09)

TB Anywhere is TB Everywhere! (Seattle PI, 6/18/09)

Sanofi donates flu vaccine to developing countries (PharmaTimes, 6/18/09)

Sanofi-Aventis calls for action against swine flu (Hays Pharma News, 6/18/09)

UW Stem Cell Startup is Born, Global Health's "Davos" Arrives, MDRNA Unloads Debt, & More Seattle-Area Life Sciences News (Seattle PI, 6/18/09)

Drug revives hope in battle against MDR-TB (IOL, 6/18/2009)

Tibotec, TB Alliance Join To Expedite Development Of Promising TB Drug (Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report, 6/18/09)

Companies work together on TB drugs (Seattle Times 6/18/09)

Deadly and Stubborn, TB Threat Rises (KPLU, 6/17/2009)

Sanofi to donate 100 million flu shots to WHO (Reuters, 6/17/09)

Accelerated Development of New Treatment for Multi Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis: TB Alliance and Tibotec Announce Unique Partnership to Develop TMC207 (Earthtimes 6/17/09)

Sanofi-Aventis Donates 100 Million Flu Vaccine Doses to WHO at Seattle Summit (Xconomy 6/17/09)

Johnson & Johnson, TB Alliance Form Partnership to Push New TB Drug Through Clinic (Xconomy 6/17/09)

Unique Collaboration Between TB Alliance and Tibotec To Accelerate Tuberculosis Drug Development (RX Times 6/17/09)

BD and FIND Achieve Milestone in Global Battle Against MDR-TB (PR Newswire 6/17/09)

Sanofi-Aventis Donating Swine Flu Vaccine To WHO (Manufacturing.net 6/17/09)

WHO welcomes sanofi-aventis's donation of vaccine (World Health Organization 6/17/09)

Global health leaders gather for Seattle TB summit (Bellingham Herald 6/17/09)

Global-health stars converge on Seattle (The Seattle Times, 6/17/09)

Sanofi-Pasteur to Donate 100 Million Doses of Influenza H1N1 Vaccine to WHO (eNews Park Forest 6/17/09)

Unrest in Iran, The Public Option Plan, and Buying Local

Seattle’s Pacific Health Summit, the “Davos” of Global Health, Zeroes in on Tuberculosis (Xconomy 6/16/09)

Also In Global Health News: Major Gatherings In Seattle (Medical News Today 6/16/09)

Sanofi Global Health Luminaries Descending on Seattle (KPLU Local News, 6/15/09)

Tuberculosis remains a threat in a global health city (Seattle Times, 6/15/09)

Asian think tank foresees a higher profile with new Seattle headquarters (Puget Sound Business Journal 6/12/09)

Renowned Global Health Figure Dr. Paul Farmer at UW Campus June 18 (Seattle Times 6/11/09)

Africa: U.S. Global Partnerships Key in Fighting Drug-Resistant TB (AllAfrica.com, 6/9/09)

And for Seattle’s next ‘World’s Fair,’…Puget Sound boosters are proposing to launch an annual Global Health Celebration in 2012 to re-brand Seattle for the new century (Crosscut, 6/5/09)

Washington Post Urges Regime to Free Suu Kyi’s Doctor (The Irrawaddy 5/13/09)

Making Friends with Tyrants (The Irrawaddy 4/20/09)

Drunken Nation: Russia’s Depopulation Bomb (World Affairs Journal 4/20/09)

US wants common Myanmar strategy with Asia (AFP 4/1/09)

特稿/美「中」在亞太地區的競合形勢 (China Defense News 3/18/09)

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