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China Reform Monitor - No. 973
Bulletins - June 22, 2012
 

China to add Marine Surveillance ships amidst maritime disputes;
Environment Ministry laments poor water quality

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1782
Bulletins - June 6, 2012
 

Hizb ut-Tahrir rising in Tatarstan;

New law raises the cost of protest
 
China Reform Monitor - No. 970
Bulletins - June 4, 2012
 

President Ma invites Wen Jiabao to Taiwan; 

Israel's military chief visits Beijing
 
China and Africa: A Century of Engagement
Books - June 2012
 
 
Iran Woos Bolivia For Influence In Latin America
Articles - May 21, 2012
 

One of the most dangerous places in the Western Hemisphere is the city of Warnes, Bolivia, which lies a few kilometers outside the country’s industrial capital of Santa Cruz. There, set back in an open field off a bustling highway, is the new regional defense school of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Americas, or ALBA—the eight-member economic and geopolitical bloc founded by Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Cuba’s Fidel Castro nearly a decade ago.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 258
Bulletins - May 11, 2012
 

Syrian hackers attack Qatar and Saudi Arabia; Hamas and Islamic jihad elections; Israeli nuclear submarines to counter Iran; Tajikistan cracks down on Islamist groups

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 966
Bulletins - May 11, 2012
 

Ma reaffirms "Three Nos"; 

China and Russia hold joint large scale naval exercises
 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1778
Bulletins - May 8, 2012
 

U.S. Congress seeks human rights penalties on Russian officials;

Amnesty for at least some political prisoners
 
China Reform Monitor - No. 963
Bulletins - May 1, 2012
 

Three Gorges Dam could displace another 100,000; 

Chinese fishermen sentenced for attacking ROK Coast Guard
 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1777
Bulletins - April 30, 2012
 

An unlikely champion for Russia's opposition;

Kremlin jitters over post-Coalition Afghanistan