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Peter C. Perdue
YaleGlobal
, 24 February 2015
Asia Inside Out Project resists history’s attraction to national borders by studying shifts over five centuries
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, 4 December 2014
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YaleGlobal
, 18 November 2014
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, 23 September 2014
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Marc Grossman
YaleGlobal
, 28 August 2014
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YaleGlobal
, 15 April 2014
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The Wire
, 20 May 2015
No nation can plan on replacing China’s role in the Mongolian economy
Arif Rafiq
The Diplomat
, 10 April 2015
The Islamic State threatens Iran from both Iraq and Afghanistan
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EurasiaNet.org
, 6 November 2014
Inflation hurts those who rely on remittance and imports from Russia
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The Atlantic
, 6 October 2014
Fate of endangered languages could rest on crowd-sourced translations
Talmiz Ahmad
The Hindu
, 1 October 2014
Countries in the Middle East scramble for new alliances
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Slate
, 23 September 2014
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