Selected Articles (2001-2005)

 


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Asia and the Pacific Rim

 

 Afghan War

 

The Taliban are Alive and Well in Pakistan

 

Road to Kandahar: Despite War, Life Goes On

 

Pakistan's Gritty Home for Afghan Refugees 

 

Northeast Asia

 

Is Japan Thinking about Going Nuclear?

 

The Troubled Legacy of Kim Dae-jung

 

Does North Korea have the Q-Bomb?

 

 

Southeast Asian Front

 

Indonesia's Brand of Moderate Islam 

 

Southeast Asia Braces for Terrorism Backlash

 

Tainted Military Regaining Influence in Indonesia

 

Sectarian Terror in Indonesia’s Outlying Islands

 

 

India

 

Micro Finance: Bringing the Internet to the Village

 

Luring Technology Investors Home to Kerala

 

Toxic E-waste in New Delhi's Back Alleys

 

 

China

 

Tale of Two Shanghais: Heritage in a boom town

 

IPR Wars: Beijing's problem wit piracy

 

Cheap Yuan: A hindrance to free trade?

 

Competition for Commodities: Higher global costs

 

 

   

 

 

The E-Waste Project

An investigation electronic waste dumping in Southern Chinr

 

 

Business & Technology

 

Global Business

 

Baksheesh: Welcome to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 

The Oakland Port: Mighty Trader Center, empty exports 

First thing we do, Export all the Lawyers  

The Offshoring Debate

 

Offshoring is Hot on the Presidential Campaign Trail 

 

Secrecy the Word: Can't say where the tech jobs go 

 

Visa Puzzle: Outsourcing jobs aren’t for Americans

 

Wipro’s Vivek Paul: Indo-American CEO in the Maelstrom

 


 

Opinion & Analysis

 

Distracted by Iraq: Bush ignores the mess in North Korea

 

Asia's New Democracies: Built from within, unlike Iraq

 

Playing the Q-Bomb Card: Is North Korea bluffing or crazy?

 

Tale of Two Shanghais: Sleepy heritage, skyscraper boom

 

How to Snitch for Your Country: The Orwellian war on terror 

 

Axis of Evil: Forcing North Korea into a dangerous corner