Society Higher Education in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan: Threatened But Not Gone By Abdul Aziz Mohibbi and Noah Coburn | August 09, 2022
Both male and female students trying to continue their university educations are struggling.
Security Amid Russia-Ukraine War, China Could Dominate the Value Arms Market By Vasabjit Banerjee and Benjamin Tkach | August 08, 2022
If Russian arms exports decline in the wake of its invasion of Ukraine, China stands to benefit – unless the U.S. moves to prevent it.
Diplomacy Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan Takes New Steps Toward Regional Integration By Samaya Anjum | August 06, 2022
The recent Tashkent Conference on Afghanistan marked a crucial step in bringing the Taliban regime back into dialogue with its neighbors – even without formal recognition.
Security Making Sense of the Nepal Army’s Engagement With Big Powers By Biswas Baral | August 05, 2022
China, India, and the U.S. all want to influence Nepal through engagement with its army. What does the Nepal Army want?
Security The Philippine-US Alliance Has a Major Blind Spot: Cybersecurity By Gregory H. Winger and Miguel Alberto Gomez | August 04, 2022
Other U.S. alliances have undertaken significant measures to enhance collective defense in cyberspace. It's time for the Philippine-U.S. alliance to catch up.