Chinese Government-Paid Scientists Plead Guilty to Stealing Research From an American Children’s Hospital
By Bonnie Girard
The same week, hundreds of NGOs urged the U.S. attorney general to designate the Chinese Communist Party a “transnational criminal organization.”
China’s Legal Blitzkrieg in Hong Kong
By Ming-Sung Kuo
Beijing’s putsch in Hong Kong through legislation is executed in a way that maximum shock and awe can be felt in the world.
Could Jokowi’s Family Become Indonesia’s Newest Political Dynasty?
By Marcus Tantau
The upcoming regional elections in December may decide whether the Widodo family becomes Indonesia’s newest political dynasty.
China’s Stake in Bangladesh Is Overplayed
By Adam Pitman
The China-India conflict has inspired more paternalism against Bangladesh’s rapidly developing economy .
China’s Human Rights Abuses Invite US Leadership
By Pierfilippo M. Natta
The oppression in Xinjiang is a test as to whether nations actually adhere to the principle of Responsibility to Protect.
Deception Is Key to Chinese Military Strategies
By Aaron Jensen
Despite the long tradition of valuing deception by Chinese military leaders, few studies on Chinese military power touch on the issue.
India-Myanmar Border on High Alert After Ambush by Separatist Rebels
The ambush came amid a reshuffling of the Naga separatist movement in Myanmar.
Explaining Japan’s Policy Debate on Strike Capability
By Daisuke Akimoto
The policy debate over Japan’s acquisition of a strike capability against enemy bases is not a new topic.
How COVID-19 Complicates Vietnam’s South China Sea Efforts
By Du Nhat Dang
Vietnam's big year as the rotating chair of ASEAN has been disrupted, necessitating an alternative strategy.
Thai Protesters Threaten Escalation as Police Make Arrests
By Associated Press
The government cracked down on Friday with the arrests of some high-profile members of the pro-democracy movement.
The Beirut Disaster Is a Wake-up Call for Southeast Asia
By Christian Bueger and Scott Edwards
The devastating explosion in Beirut reminds us how vulnerable Southeast Asian ports might be.
Despite Pandemic Slump, Foreign Buyers Maintain Share in New Zealand Housing Market
By Joshua Mcdonald
The New Zealand housing market slumps by 30 percent but foreign buyers maintain their market share.