Society ‘It Doesn’t Matter If We Get Killed,’ Afghanistan’s Hazaras Speak Out By Nilly Kohzad | May 27, 2022
Hazaras targeted in repeated attacks in Taliban-led Afghanistan share their deep concerns and dreams of a better future.
Economy America’s Pivot to Asia 2.0: The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework By Mohammadbagher Forough | May 26, 2022
As long as IPEF lacks clear incentives, it will be hard to transform the framework into meaningful action.
Politics For South Korea’s New President, Challenges Mount at Home and Abroad By Michael Mitsanas | May 25, 2022
North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs. The China challenge. Social divisions at home. Just two weeks into office, Yoon Suk-yeol has a full plate.
Security 50 Years After US Occupation, Okinawa Continues to Resist Military Bases By Thisanka Siripala | May 24, 2022
The burden of hosting U.S. military bases continues to be a serious issue for Okinawa, even half a century after its return to Japan.
Society In Northern Nepal, New Roadways Threaten an Ancient Culture By Tulsi Rauniyar | May 23, 2022
New infrastructure projects have brought economic opportunity and increased access to health care and education. But they have also exacted a cost.