Magazine 60 Years After the Sino-Indian War By Sushant Singh | October 01, 2022
The lingering standoff that began in 2020 reveals how little progress has been made on the border dispute between China and India.
Magazine Terrorists in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan By Jonathan Schroden | October 01, 2022
Afghanistan remains a simmering cauldron of jihadist terrorist groups, various actors seeking to counter them, and conflict and cooperation among the groups themselves.
Security China Is Unnerved by Increasing Attacks on Chinese in Pakistan By Kiyya Baloch | October 01, 2022
Ethnic separatists have recently launched a series of targeted attacks on Chinese citizens living in Pakistan, with the latest murder happening in Karachi on September 28.
Magazine Ronald Mendoza on the First 100 Days of Marcos Jr By Shannon Tiezzi | October 01, 2022
“The broad arc of history signals a continued search for balance of power and palpable development results in Philippine democracy.”
Security Can Russia Still Be a Dependable ‘Sheriff’ for Eurasia? By Janko Šćepanović | September 30, 2022
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, its role as a security guarantor for Central Asia and the Caucasus is in serious doubt.