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Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
June 29, 2016
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
The rise of Sinhala-Buddhist ultra-nationalism (allegedly with political backing) could threaten reconciliation.
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
June 29, 2016
Interview With Dilanthe Withanage
Interview with Dilanthe Withanage, by Zachary Walko: full transcript
Interview With Dilanthe Withanage
Indonesia’s Borders Tested by Triple Threats
June 28, 2016
Indonesia’s Borders Tested by Triple Threats
China, the Zika virus, and refugees were all tests for the Southeast Asian state in just a single week.
Indonesia’s Borders Tested by Triple Threats
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
June 26, 2016
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
The country’s foreign minister keeps talking big, but speeches are not policy.
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
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
Pakistan's Stunted Foreign Policy
June 24, 2016
Pakistan's Stunted Foreign Policy
In an increasingly interconnected world, Pakistan needs to move past India and toward diversification.
Pakistan's Stunted Foreign Policy
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
June 21, 2016
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
40 years ago Australia welcomed refugees. It can do so again.
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
Can Sri Lanka Leverage Its Location as Indian Ocean Hub?
June 20, 2016
Can Sri Lanka Leverage Its Location as Indian Ocean Hub?
To take advantage of its strategic location, Sri Lanka needs to overhaul its transport, logistics, and trade sectors.
Can Sri Lanka Leverage Its Location as Indian Ocean Hub?
New Report Details Abuses Against Sri Lankan Tamils
June 11, 2016
New Report Details Abuses Against Sri Lankan Tamils
A new report focuses on exiled Sri Lankan Tamils.
New Report Details Abuses Against Sri Lankan Tamils
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
June 07, 2016
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
China, Japan, and India are all competing to build Dhaka's first deep sea port.
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
Money Laundering, Cyber Theft: Where Won't North Korea Go?
June 03, 2016
Money Laundering, Cyber Theft: Where Won't North Korea Go?
The U.S. Treasury Department sees North Korea as a top "money laundering" concern.
Money Laundering, Cyber Theft: Where Won't North Korea Go?
Examining Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons
May 27, 2016
Examining Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons
A recent cabinet decision is cause for significant concern.
Examining Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons
India Must Reform Its Foreign Policy Establishment
May 26, 2016
India Must Reform Its Foreign Policy Establishment
To create continuity, India needs an overhaul of its foreign policy bureaucracy.
India Must Reform Its Foreign Policy Establishment
Tsai Ing-wen: A New Type of Female Leader in Asia
May 26, 2016
Tsai Ing-wen: A New Type of Female Leader in Asia
Unlike other female political leaders in Asia, Tsai does not belong to a political dynasty.
Tsai Ing-wen: A New Type of Female Leader in Asia
How to Create a United Southern Asia
May 25, 2016
How to Create a United Southern Asia
A blueprint for integrating BIMSTEC and ASEAN through a Southern Asian Multi-Sectoral Regional Agreement.
How to Create a United Southern Asia
Sri Lanka’s Uneasy Peace
May 19, 2016
Sri Lanka’s Uneasy Peace
The island nation’s “democratic transition” leaves plenty to be desired.
Sri Lanka’s Uneasy Peace
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