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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news relevant to the entire Asia and Pacific region.
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The Motley Fool
September 29, 2004
Bill Mann
How Do You Repossess a Whole Country? Years of mismanagement of Nauru's trust assets has reduced the island nation to the point of poverty, with little hope of recovery. The final cut comes courtesy of corporate giant GE. mark for My Articles
September 27, 2004
Bremner et al.
Is Asia Prepared for the Next Crisis? Sound budgets, big trade surpluses, healthier banks -- the developing world has come a long way. That's why investors are pouring in money. But the risks haven't disappeared. mark for My Articles 1545 similar articles
September 13, 2004
Bruce Einhorn
Now Spam Is Being Outsourced Spammers are flocking to Korea and China. Will governments take action? mark for My Articles 986 similar articles
September 2004
Naomi Lubick
Measuring Sea-Level Rise As sea level rises, it threatens to flood the low-lying South Pacific islands that make up the 10-square-mile country of Tuvalu, none of which are higher than 4.5 meters above the ocean. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
September 6, 2004
Stanley Reed
Prelude To Terror Book reviews: Osama, The Making of a Terrorist By Jonathan Randal... Ghost Wars, The The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001 By Steve Coll... mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
August 26, 2004
Sean Michael Kerner
UN Backs Open Source With New Agency The United Nations is moving to embrace open source software with the International Open Source Network, which is principally focused on developing nations in the Asia-Pacific Region. mark for My Articles 484 similar articles
July 2004
Jay Chapman
Earthquake Rattles Tibet Early Monday morning, an earthquake shook the sparsely populated Gangdise Mountains in Tibet. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
National Defense
July 2004
Roxana Tiron
Multinational Naval Exercises Welcome in Southeast Asia In an effort to increase force interoperability and security in Southeast Asia, the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet participates in a series of bi-lateral exercises with other navies in the region. The planner behind some of these exercises is the Logistics Group, Western Pacific. mark for My Articles 252 similar articles
April 2004
Megan Sever
A Gem of a Model A new model shows how, why and when gem rubies from southeast and central Asia were encased in marble matrices. This new model will help southeast and Asian countries locate and extract the precious resource. mark for My Articles
October 27, 2003
Mark L. Clifford
Cleaning Up Asians are starting to demand action on pollution -- and the region's governments are responding. mark for My Articles 335 similar articles
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