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Ex-Russian MP Floats Plan to Restore Russian Monarchy. In the South Pacific.

And all he needs is for the tiny island nation of Kiribati to sign on the dotted line.

Argument

Is There Anyone In Asia Who Still Trusts America?

The likely death of the hard-fought TPP pact has left even Washington's closest allies wondering about its credibility.

Passport

Australia Treats Refugees Horribly. But Denmark Wants a Peek at That Playbook.

A group of Danish parliamentarians won rare access to an Australian offshore detention center where abuse and exploitation are rampant.

The Cable

Time Is Running Out On Obama’s Push to Pass Asian Trade Deal

The White House is pressing Congress to get Obama's Asian trade deal done before the president leaves office.

The Cable

Senate GOP May Scuttle Obama’s Signature Trade Deal — at Least For Now

The White House is pushing back against threats to delay Obama's signature trade deal until after the 2016 elections.

Shadow Government

Time for America to Step Up in the South China Sea

America's challenge to China's unilateral claims to the international waterways of the South China Sea is long overdue. Chinese strategists have repeatedly told foreign observers ...

Shadow Government

Is It Already Too Late for Obama to Push the TPP Through Congress?

President Obama celebrated the completion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Manila this week with leaders of the 11 other participating nations. They jointly declared, “We ...

Argument

How Washington Can Get Back on Course in the South China Sea

Speak clearly and keep your radar on, America.

The Cable

Around the Globe, Opposition to Obama’s Sweeping Pacific Trade Deal Is Lining Up

The release of the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has critics lining up to try to bring it down.

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