Gender Norms and Women’s Double Burden in East Asia
By Jessica Shao and Yoolim Lee
South Korea, Japan, and China share similar issues with entrenched gender norms regarding childcare and employment, which are being reflected in their plunging birthrates.
From Green to Blue: The Political History of Ko Wen-je
By Brian Hioe and Lev Nachman
Who is the third-party candidate shaking up Taiwan's presidential race?
Unforgettable Episodes From a 21-Day Covert Assignment in Myanmar
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Crossing a military camp, smoking a ‘COVID-19 cigarette’ and narrowly escaping being mowed down by a truck: The Diplomat’s Rajeev Bhattacharyya shares his experiences.
Why Is the Eurasian Economic Union Broken?
By Elvira Aidarkhanova
The EAEU is largely ineffective in terms of economic cooperation and integration, which are paradoxically its very reasons for being.