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Where is Japan? A Study of an Economic Powerhouse at a moment of Political Change
  Sir David Warren
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
"Long Live the Dear Respected Marshal Kim Jong Un!". North Korea since the Death of Kim Jong Il
  Dr Jim Hoare
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
Rethinking Democracy in Pakistan
  Ahmed Waqas Waheed, Javeria Younas Abbasi
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
Afghanistan as a Cultural Crossroads: Lessons from the writings of Ella Maillart, Annemarie Schwarzenbach and Nancy Hatch Dupree
  Mr William Maley
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
Russia and China: An axis of Insecurity
  Sir Tony Brenton
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
In Praise of Parsis
  Michael Neale
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
Sri Lanka: How did the Tigers Lose?
  Mr Felix Vicat
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 2 July 2013
China's Unfinished Revolution: The Challenge for the New Leaders
  Mr Jonathan Fenby
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 1 March 2013
Headhunting to Handphone
  Mr Erik Jensen
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 1 March 2013
The South China Sea Dispute and China ASEAN relations
  Professor Zhao Hong
  Asian Affairs, Volume 44 Number 1 March 2013

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