The Limits of Vietnam’s Labor Reforms
By Joe Buckley
Contrary to much reporting, Vietnam has not authorized independent workers’ unions.
North Korea: A Decade Under Kim Jong Un
By Rachel Minyoung Lee
What has the past decade revealed about Kim’s leadership style and goals for North Korea?
Myanmar Junta Orders Judges to Ignore Correspondence From International Courts
By Sebastian Strangio
A leaked memo offers some insight into how the military administration views the advancing criminal cases against its top leaders.
Surviving Saigon in 1945 and a Dog Named Mephisto
By Luke Hunt
A conversation with author Thierry de Roland Peel.
Indonesian Foreign Policy in 2021: The Year in Review
By Noto Suoneto
From Myanmar to the Natuna Islands, Jakarta's foreign policymakers had their hands full this year.
What the National Defense Authorization Act Means for US Policy Toward Myanmar
By Zachary Abuza
The legislation calls for Washington to adopt a more robust and cohesive approach toward the country's military junta.
Indonesia Records First Local Transmission of Omicron Variant
By Sebastian Strangio
The arrival of the fast-spreading strain of COVID-19 threatens to unwind months of progress in containing the virus.
In 2022, The World Must Hold China to Account for Genocide
By Omer Kanat
A focus on imposing consequences on those responsible is key to dismantling the apparatus of genocide.
No Dragons in the Title Please: A Survey of Indian Scholarship on Indo-Chinese Relations
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The long tradition of scholarship on Indo-Chinese relations is finally encountering growing interest in the subject.
Duterte’s Sluggish Typhoon Rai Recovery Spending
By Michael Beltran
Frustration is growing two weeks after a devastating typhoon struck the Philippines, with government assistance slow to reach the affected areas.
Addressing Challenges Faced by Taiwan’s Migrant Workers
By Huynh Tam Sang
The Taiwanese government has not paid sufficient consideration to migrant workers.
Is China Fishing in India’s Troubled Waters?
By Sudha Ramachandran
The Chinese ambassador’s public diplomacy in Sri Lanka’s Northern Province would have won the hearts of the local Tamil population.