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The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
August 24, 2016
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
A new recommended outline for U.S. Asia policy comes dangerously close to simply ceding U.S. interests in the region.
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
Migrant Labor Activists Plan for the 2020 Election in Myanmar
August 06, 2016
Migrant Labor Activists Plan for the 2020 Election in Myanmar
Over two million Burmese migrants in Thailand were left out of Myanmar's 2015 election. Will it happen again in 2020?
Migrant Labor Activists Plan for the 2020 Election in Myanmar
The Problem With the 21st Century Panglong Conference
August 06, 2016
The Problem With the 21st Century Panglong Conference
Before it even convenes, Aung San Suu Kyi's high-profile peace process effort is facing stumbling blocks.
The Problem With the 21st Century Panglong Conference
Myanmar Grapples With Unifying Its Core and Periphery
July 27, 2016
Myanmar Grapples With Unifying Its Core and Periphery
The challenges of forging federalism in Myanmar will be evident at upcoming talks in August.
Myanmar Grapples With Unifying Its Core and Periphery
Myanmar's Radical Buddhist Group Gets Rebuked
July 20, 2016
Myanmar's Radical Buddhist Group Gets Rebuked
Ma Ba Tha has been dealt some recent blows.
Myanmar's Radical Buddhist Group Gets Rebuked
A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific
July 18, 2016
A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific
Across Asia in the 20th and 21st centuries, the coup d'etat has been a well-documented phenomenon.
A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific
Maid in Singapore
July 13, 2016
Maid in Singapore
Conditions for domestic workers in Singapore are improving, but many still face abuse and exploitation.
Maid in Singapore
3 Events That Could Heat up Southeast Asia This Summer
July 06, 2016
3 Events That Could Heat up Southeast Asia This Summer
A look at three key developments that could have important regional implications.
3 Events That Could Heat up Southeast Asia This Summer
Relics of Rangoon
July 05, 2016
Relics of Rangoon
A new book presents some of the most overlooked buildings of Myanmar’s largest city.
Relics of Rangoon
Selling Thailand: Gender, Tourism, and Female Objectification
June 30, 2016
Selling Thailand: Gender, Tourism, and Female Objectification
A closer look at the gendered identity of state-created “Thainess.”
Selling Thailand: Gender, Tourism, and Female Objectification
How Hybrid Warfare Could Change Asia
June 25, 2016
How Hybrid Warfare Could Change Asia
What the future of warfare might look like in Asia.
How Hybrid Warfare Could Change Asia
East Asia’s Last Undammed River
June 13, 2016
East Asia’s Last Undammed River
The Salween is one of the last major rivers undammed along its entire course. Can it stay that way?
East Asia’s Last Undammed River
Solving Myanmar's Ethnic Conflicts: A Proposal
June 11, 2016
Solving Myanmar's Ethnic Conflicts: A Proposal
Aung San Suu Kyi can take advantage of her personal and political authority to forge a lasting peace in Myanmar.
Solving Myanmar's Ethnic Conflicts: A Proposal
Is Myanmar Using Armed Chinese Drones For Counterinsurgency?
June 09, 2016
Is Myanmar Using Armed Chinese Drones For Counterinsurgency?
Myanmar's air force is using armed drones against rebels in the country's north.
Is Myanmar Using Armed Chinese Drones For Counterinsurgency?
The Complex Politics of the 'Inner Line Permit' in Manipur
June 08, 2016
The Complex Politics of the 'Inner Line Permit' in Manipur
The call for an ILP touches on complex inter-ethnic politics in Manipur and beyond.
The Complex Politics of the 'Inner Line Permit' in Manipur
Geoeconomics and Statecraft in the Asia-Pacific
May 21, 2016
Geoeconomics and Statecraft in the Asia-Pacific
The Diplomat speaks to Robert D. Blackwill and Jennifer Harris about geoeconomics and statecraft.
Geoeconomics and Statecraft in the Asia-Pacific
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