Society Why We’re Watching Japan and South Korea at the World Cup By Layne Vandenberg | December 05, 2022
The performances of the Japanese and South Korean men’s national teams at the 2022 FIFA World Cup have embodied the stories we love to hear and watch.
Magazine Political Instability Reigns Supreme in Malaysia By James Chin | December 01, 2022
Despite Anwar Ibrahim’s ultimate victory at the head of a progressive, multi-ethnic coalition, the space for more pluralistic politics in Malaysia is closing.
Society Shocking Delhi Murder Bares India’s Problem With Intimate Partner Violence By Neeta Lal | December 03, 2022
The murder of Shraddha Walkar shone a spotlight on the pervasive issue of domestic violence.
Magazine Inheriting the Storm: Beijing’s Difficult New Relationship with Kabul By Raffaello Pantucci | December 01, 2022
Far from inheriting an opportunity, China finds itself encumbered with an ever-expanding roster of problems in Afghanistan, which it is showing little interest in trying to resolve or own.
Diplomacy As G20 President, Can India Advance Its Multipolar Worldview? By Jagannath Panda | December 02, 2022
India will use its chairmanship to address the need for better Global South representation in multilateral bodies and enhanced roles for middle powers.