Want to Reset China-US Relations? Bring Back Fulbright China
By Colleen O’Connor and Elizabeth M. Lynch
Restoring the Fulbright Program can be a gateway to alleviate tensions and close the China expertise gap.
In Nepal’s Capital, Protesters Call for Return to Monarchy, Hindu State
By Prakash Neupane
The violent clashes that followed drew attention to long-standing discontent with Nepal's current governance system.
North Korea Successfully Launched Its Military Spy Satellite. What Now?
By Nah Liang Tuang
North Korea’s successful launch of a spy satellite will necessitate active counter-measures from the United States and its allies.
Why Asian Countries Are Keeping a Low Profile in the Israel-Hamas War
By Guy Burton
Platforms for the Global South, like BRICS, have stepped up their rhetoric. But don’t overestimate what they can – and are willing to – do.