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Thailand’s Dangerous Interregnum
July 01, 2018
Thailand’s Dangerous Interregnum
These are the days when an old system refuses to die and a new system isn't ready to be born.
Thailand’s Dangerous Interregnum
The Mixed Legacies of Indonesia’s Reformasi
July 01, 2018
The Mixed Legacies of Indonesia’s Reformasi
Against the odds and despite some setbacks, Indonesia survived its democratic transition and continues to thrive.
The Mixed Legacies of Indonesia’s Reformasi
Cambodia’s Ersatz Election
July 01, 2018
Cambodia’s Ersatz Election
Anxiety and crackdowns define a battle for legitimacy in Cambodia.
Cambodia’s Ersatz Election
Japan’s Lessons for Malaysia
July 01, 2018
Japan’s Lessons for Malaysia
Japan’s 2009 election experience has lessons for Malaysia’s first opposition government.
Japan’s Lessons for Malaysia
Will China Have 7 Aircraft Carriers by 2025?
June 30, 2018
Will China Have 7 Aircraft Carriers by 2025?
The PLA Navy’s upcoming Type 075 assault ships may deploy fighter jets to better contend pacific naval superiority.
Will China Have 7 Aircraft Carriers by 2025?
Australia’s Short-Sighted Abandonment of Pacific Shortwave
June 30, 2018
Australia’s Short-Sighted Abandonment of Pacific Shortwave
Beijing swiftly moves into any of the spaces Australia abandons, and Canberra lacks the capability to reclaim them.
Australia’s Short-Sighted Abandonment of Pacific Shortwave
How China Can Make the Most of Its Solar Energy Boom
June 30, 2018
How China Can Make the Most of Its Solar Energy Boom
China's solar industry has made great strides, but national priorities continue to be undermined by local realities.
How China Can Make the Most of Its Solar Energy Boom
The Future of Philippine Military Modernization Under Duterte: What’s on the Second Horizon?
June 29, 2018
The Future of Philippine Military Modernization Under Duterte: What’s on the Second Horizon?
A look at what lies ahead in the coming years on this front.
The Future of Philippine Military Modernization Under Duterte: What’s on the Second Horizon?
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
June 29, 2018
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
Such developments only exacerbate the challenges of managing differences in an important, complex relationship.
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
One Year After Mother Mushroom’s Imprisonment, Signs of Hope in Vietnam
June 29, 2018
One Year After Mother Mushroom’s Imprisonment, Signs of Hope in Vietnam
Despite rising repression, the democratic awakening of the Vietnamese people continues.
One Year After Mother Mushroom’s Imprisonment, Signs of Hope in Vietnam
The Battle for Bangladesh: India vs. China
June 29, 2018
The Battle for Bangladesh: India vs. China
In the battle for influence in Bangladesh, India has long been on top. But China has made inroads.
The Battle for Bangladesh: India vs. China
Japan, Indonesia Strengthen Maritime Ties Amid 60th Anniversary
June 29, 2018
Japan, Indonesia Strengthen Maritime Ties Amid 60th Anniversary
The “free and open Indo-Pacific” was on display during Foreign Minister Taro Kono's first trip to Indonesia.
Japan, Indonesia Strengthen Maritime Ties Amid 60th Anniversary
Meet Taiwan's Newest Official Indigenous Group
June 29, 2018
Meet Taiwan's Newest Official Indigenous Group
Taiwan’s courts recognize the Siraya as the island’s 17th indigenous group, setting a new precedent.
Meet Taiwan's Newest Official Indigenous Group
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra
June 29, 2018
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra
An early assessment of what recent outcomes might mean.
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra
China’s Nuclear Energy Gambit
June 29, 2018
China’s Nuclear Energy Gambit
Nuclear power has emerged as an option for Beijing as it continues its struggle to transition to a cleaner, low-carbon future.
China’s Nuclear Energy Gambit
Never Again? Europe’s False Human Rights Promise
June 29, 2018
Never Again? Europe’s False Human Rights Promise
Forcing Afghanistan to take back people seeking asylum in EU territory is little short of complicity toward the slaughter of innocents.
Never Again? Europe’s False Human Rights Promise
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