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Stop Pretending Myanmar Is a Democracy
November 23, 2016
Stop Pretending Myanmar Is a Democracy
The world should stop pretending that Myanmar's military is no longer committing rights abuses.
Stop Pretending Myanmar Is a Democracy
Will Trump Really be a Climate Change Disaster?
November 22, 2016
Will Trump Really be a Climate Change Disaster?
A closer look at how the president-elect might affect ongoing global climate efforts.
Will Trump Really be a Climate Change Disaster?
The Case for Pakistan’s Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership
November 19, 2016
The Case for Pakistan’s Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership
Pakistan should be able to join the NSG alongside India.
The Case for Pakistan’s Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership
Timor-Leste Approaching 2017 Elections With Confidence
November 19, 2016
Timor-Leste Approaching 2017 Elections With Confidence
Timor-Leste looks forward to successful elections next year and stand ready to strengthen its relationships as a member of ASEAN.
Timor-Leste Approaching 2017 Elections With Confidence
The Solution to Illiberal Democracy in the Age of Trump: Liberal Autocracy
November 18, 2016
The Solution to Illiberal Democracy in the Age of Trump: Liberal Autocracy
Recent events should make Western governments reexamine exactly what they are advocating for.
The Solution to Illiberal Democracy in the Age of Trump: Liberal Autocracy
Liberal Internationalism in the Age of Trump
November 17, 2016
Liberal Internationalism in the Age of Trump
A blueprint for keeping liberal internationalism alive under a president who finds the concept distasteful.
Liberal Internationalism in the Age of Trump
How TPP Can Survive Trump
November 17, 2016
How TPP Can Survive Trump
It’s too early to declare the agreement dead, and countries are already weighing alternatives.
How TPP Can Survive Trump
Trump Faces Early Foreign Policy Test With Abe Meeting
November 16, 2016
Trump Faces Early Foreign Policy Test With Abe Meeting
The meeting is an opportunity for the president-elect to send some much-needed signals to the region and the world.
Trump Faces Early Foreign Policy Test With Abe Meeting
Is This the End of US Soft Power in Asia?
November 16, 2016
Is This the End of US Soft Power in Asia?
Donald Trump’s election will likely lead to an unprecedented decline in U.S. soft power in the region and the world.
Is This the End of US Soft Power in Asia?
Why We Need Philosophers in the Pentagon
November 16, 2016
Why We Need Philosophers in the Pentagon
In our ‘post-truth’ world we need to rediscover the urgency of philosophical inquiry.
Why We Need Philosophers in the Pentagon
South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
November 15, 2016
South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
Right now South Korea cannot afford the pro-North, anti-American tendencies of the opposition.
South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
Will India and Pakistan Cripple the SCO?
November 09, 2016
Will India and Pakistan Cripple the SCO?
Contrary to expectations, the first enlargement of the SCO since 2001 could thwart further development.
Will India and Pakistan Cripple the SCO?
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
November 08, 2016
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
Can the two Asian giants do without coal?
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
November 04, 2016
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
Taiwan has been left out of UN discussions on climate change, harming global efforts to reduce emissions.
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
Latest US FONOP in the South China Sea: Tilting at Windmills?
November 04, 2016
Latest US FONOP in the South China Sea: Tilting at Windmills?
The most recent Freedom of Navigation Operation seems unnecessarily provocative.
Latest US FONOP in the South China Sea: Tilting at Windmills?
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