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2019

Can Cambodia’s Opposition Survive?
January 01, 2020

Can Cambodia’s Opposition Survive?

By Andrew Nachemson
Tales of the CNRP’s demise have so far been greatly exaggerated, but the clock is ticking.

A Bumpy Road Ahead for China in South Asia
January 01, 2020

A Bumpy Road Ahead for China in South Asia

By Sudha Ramachandran
2019 may go down as the year China’s massive Belt and Road project lost its shine for South Asian partners.
What RCEP Means for the Indo-Pacific
January 01, 2020

What RCEP Means for the Indo-Pacific

By Blake Berger
The final conclusion of negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership was a landmark achievement for ASEAN.

The Asia-Pacific in 2020: What to Expect?
January 01, 2020

The Asia-Pacific in 2020: What to Expect?

By The Diplomat
The Diplomat looks at the trends to watch across the region in the coming year.

Sara Hsu on the US-China Trade War
January 01, 2020

Sara Hsu on the US-China Trade War

By Shannon Tiezzi
A preliminary deal may be on the way, but neither side can truly declare victory.

What to Expect from US Secretary of State Pompeo’s Upcoming Visit to Central Asia
December 31, 2019

What to Expect from US Secretary of State Pompeo’s Upcoming Visit to Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
After visits to Ukraine and Belarus early in the new year, Pompeo will touch down in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

What’s in Indonesia First Indigenous Medium-Range Strike Capable Drone?
December 31, 2019

What’s in Indonesia First Indigenous Medium-Range Strike Capable Drone?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at the significance of the unveiling of the new capability.
New Year Resolutions for Asia’s Biggest Economies
December 31, 2019

New Year Resolutions for Asia’s Biggest Economies

By Anthony Fensom
How China, Japan, and India should look to keep their economies on track in 2020.

New Year, New Scandals for Japan’s Ruling Party
December 31, 2019

New Year, New Scandals for Japan’s Ruling Party

By Mina Pollmann
Once again, Abe and his LDP are beset by multiple scandals. And once again, it doesn't seem to be impacting their political dominance.

South Asia’s Most Notorious Militant Groups
December 31, 2019

South Asia’s Most Notorious Militant Groups

By Sarmad Ishfaq
Ideology, organization, and public support: An analysis of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Haqqani Network.

Raging Wildfires Trap 4,000 at Australian Town’s Waterfront
December 31, 2019

Raging Wildfires Trap 4,000 at Australian Town’s Waterfront

By Associated Press
Fires raging across Australia have created apocalyptic conditions, residents say.
What Would a Pluralist US Asia Policy Look Like?
December 31, 2019

What Would a Pluralist US Asia Policy Look Like?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While the concept may help soothe worries of a bipolar framing of U.S.-China rivalry, whether it can be put into practice remains to be seen.

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