By Muhammad Cohen

2009

Singapore Swing: Lion City gets ready to roar (Macau Business, January 2009)

Downturn Raises Odds at Singapore Casinos (Asia Times, January 15, 2009)

Holy War is Not the Answer (The Guardian, January 15, 2009)

Yes, He Did (Asia Times, January 17, 2009)

Buying What They’re Selling – Review of India’s Store Wars: Retail Revolution and the Battle for the Next 500 Million Shoppersby Geoff Hiscock (Asia Times, March 14, 2009)

Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics – Review of Made in China: Secrets of China’s Dynamic Entrepreneursby Winter Nie & Katherine Xin with Lily Zhang (Asia Times, April 18, 2009)

Still Dreaming Big in Macau (Asia Times, June 4, 2009)

Bad Times Good for Macau Mogul Ho (Asia Times, June 18, 2009)

Macau’s Election a Sure Bet (Asia Times, June 25, 2009)

Macau Progress Leaves Out Politics (Asia Times, July 3, 2009)

What’s the Deal? Winning and losers in Macau’s poker wars (Macau Business, July 2009)

Outplaying Your Partner – Review of Poorly Made in China: An Insider’s Account of the Tactics Behind China’s Production Gameby Paul Midler (Asia Times, July 18, 2009)

Macau Chief Ho Goes Out with a Whimper (Asia Times, July 28, 2009)

US Casino Bosses Vary Macau Bet (Asia Times, August 14, 2009)

Ted Kennedy: A Lamb, Not a Lion (The Guardian, August 29, 2009; for an earlier version, see Kennedy: Liberal Lamb of the Senate (Asia Times, August 29, 2009)

Missing the Bus (Macau Business, September 2009)

Himalayan Heights of Disingenuousness – Review of The Anti-Globalization Breakfast Club: Manifesto for a Peaceful Revolutionby Laurence J Brahm, (Asia Times, September 5, 2009)

UN Treaty Melts into Climate Sideshow (Asia Times, September 12, 2009)

The Rosh-Ramadan Roadmap for Peace (The Guardian, September 20, 2009)

Climate Change’s Cold Reality (The Guardian, September 21, 2009)

In a Haze, Indonesia Slows Deforestation (Asia Times, September 26, 2009)

Trees of Profit (Asia Times, September 26, 2009)

Named and Shamed – Review of Bailout Nation, with New Post-Crisis Update: How Greed and Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shook the World Economyby Barry Ritholtz with Aaron Task, (Asia Times, October 3, 2009)

Bali Escapes Tide of Recession (Asia Times, October 16, 2009)

Tennis Diplomacy on the Table in Bali (Asia Times, November 7, 2009)

Slumdog Author Does Q&A (Asia Times, December 1, 2009)

Singapore’s Big Gamble Begins (Asia Times, December 18, 2009)

Ten Years After, the Macau They Wished For (Asia Times, December 19, 2009)

Books


Lonely Planet Indonesia
Lonely Planet Indonesia
Updated guide to the world's most intriguing archipelago

Hong Kong On Air
Hong Kong On Air
Insider view of TV news, love, betrayal, high finance, and cheap lingerie

The Poker Face of Wall Street
The Poker Face of Wall Street
Gambling for investors and investing for gamblers

Lonely Planet Borneo
Lonely Planet Borneo
Muhammad Cohen does Kalimantan and East Sabah