Society How Activists Kept the Memory of the Gwangju Uprising Alive By Hwang Sok-yong, Lee Jae-eui, Jeon Yong-ho, and Slin Jung | May 18, 2022
The story of the “Gwangju White Papers” and “Beyond Death,” the first underground handouts to discuss the Gwangju Uprising.
Security Why Taiwan Can’t Copy Ukraine’s Civil Defense Blueprint By James Baron | May 17, 2022
Replicating Ukraine’s Territorial Defense Force is not legally or politically feasible in Taiwan – at least for now.
Security Does the Russia-Ukraine War Herald a New Era for Japan’s Security Policy? By Craig Kafura | May 16, 2022
Is the war in Ukraine creating a Japanese Zeitenwende? It might be up to Prime Minister Kishida.
Society Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine By Richard Q. Turcsanyi | May 14, 2022
A new survey taken after the Russian invasion of Ukraine finds that the Chinese are very negative about the U.S., very positive about Russia – and very confident about China.
Diplomacy Fears of a Marcos Government Courting China Are Overblown By Andrew Yeo and Enrico Gloria | May 13, 2022
Even if Marcos were to actively engage Beijing – and that’s not a given – there are hard limits to Chinese influence in the Philippines.