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    The Global Maritime Industry Remains Unprepared for Future Cybersecurity Challenges

    The sea will continue to be one of the most important conduits of global economic prosperity. Due to the inherent dangers of the maritime environment – maritime terrorism, trigger-happy hijackers…

    Sport and the American Occupation of the Philippines: Bats, Balls, and Bayonets

    Today we are joined by Gerald Gems, Professor of Kinesiology at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, and the author of several books on sports history including Sport in American History: From…

    The Rise and Fall of Soft Power

    Joseph Nye’s concept lost relevance, but China could bring it back. Foreign Policy…

    A colonial cross of gold: the roots of economic conservatism in the Philippines

    Why is austerity thinking—economic conservatism—seemingly built into the psyche of Philippine policy makers?

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    Principles for managing U.S.-China competition

    Executive Summary Donald Trump and Xi Jinping both have praised their relationships with each other and expressed support for the healthy development of U.S.-China relations. Despite these positive public comments,…

    CO18138 | Portable Drone Jammers: An Assessment

    Publication Author(s): Tan Teck BoonPublication Date: 17 August 2018Synopsis The rapid proliferation of consumer drones poses a security threat. Portable drone jammers are being used to combat rogue consumer drones.…

    CO18137 | India-China: Forging ‘Development Partnership’?

    Publication Author(s): P. S. SuryanarayanaPublication Date: 16 August 2018Synopsis China will be happy to have partners as it faces the United States in the emerging global trade war. With India…

    The fault lines between rich and poor in Lombok quake

    Notes from a research trip interrupted by Indonesia’s most deadly earthquake in years.

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    Through Machiavelli’s eyes: on leaders, citizens, and Philippine politics

    What are the challenges and lessons of translating Machiavelli’s ‘The Prince’ into Filipino?

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    The Uses and Abuses of Singaporean History

    A falsified version of Singaporean history has found resonance among the conservative fringe in Latin America.

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