FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The foreign policy debate between Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama excluded certain important issues that were not among those questions selected by moderator Bob Shieffer. The three Asian issues given the most attention were Iran, China, and Afghan-Pakistan. And even on these issues the debate deepened uncertainty regarding the presidential candidates’ policies.
Keith Loveard is a risk analyst covering Indonesia and the broader Southeast Asian region. He began his career as a journalist at the Sydney Daily Telegraphin 1968 and held senior positions at Australian Associated Press […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — With the world’s great powers calling on the Cook Islands, factionalism is increasingly present among island nations of the Pacific. It could be trouble. Hillary Clinton’s first diplomatic foray into the Pacific […]
With arguably the most notorious manhunt of all time now over, many are reflecting on the emotional significance Osama bin Laden’s death carries for a generation that has come of age since Sept. 11. Guy […]