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America’s Hong Kong Approach Does More Harm Than Good
The Debate

America’s Hong Kong Approach Does More Harm Than Good

By Jin Kai
Washington intends to signal its resolve to Beijing, but Hong Kong is not reliant on U.S. goodwill.

Malaysian Prime Minister Faces a Leadership Challenge When Parliament Resumes
ASEAN Beat

Malaysian Prime Minister Faces a Leadership Challenge When Parliament Resumes

By Luke Hunt
Mahathir still has the support to influence his country’s politics.
Seoul Doubles Down on North Korea Gambit With National Security Reshuffle
The Koreas

Seoul Doubles Down on North Korea Gambit With National Security Reshuffle

By Tae-jun Kang
Moon Jae-in has put figures with long histories of engaging North Korea into top foreign policy and national security posts.

Kazakhstan Locks Down, Again, as COVID-19 Cases Rise
Crossroads Asia

Kazakhstan Locks Down, Again, as COVID-19 Cases Rise

By Catherine Putz
On Sunday, Nur-Sultan imposed a second nation-wide lockdown in hopes of getting a grip on soaring case numbers.

Which Countries Support the New Hong Kong National Security Law?
China Power

Which Countries Support the New Hong Kong National Security Law?

By Eleanor Albert
China rallied 53 countries to back the controversial law amid strong opposition from other governments.

Critics of US-Taliban Deal Say Militants Can’t Be Trusted
The Pulse

Critics of US-Taliban Deal Say Militants Can’t Be Trusted

By Associated Press
Information about Russian bounties for dead Americans was included in a brief before the U.S.-Taliban deal was signed. 

Where the US-China Trade War Should Go From Here
The Debate

Where the US-China Trade War Should Go From Here

By Mayaz Alam
More tariffs cannot be the answer amid the pandemic.
Kazakhstan Decriminalizes Defamation, Keeps Hindering Free Media
Crossroads Asia

Kazakhstan Decriminalizes Defamation, Keeps Hindering Free Media

By Paolo Sorbello
Hailed as a step in the right direction, the decriminalization of defamation is still not enough to relieve pressure from the press. 

US Navy Conducts Dual Aircraft Carrier Exercises in South China Sea
Flashpoints

US Navy Conducts Dual Aircraft Carrier Exercises in South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
U.S. aircraft carriers simulated multiple sorties against enemy bases in the South China Sea.

No Interest in Resumed Talks With the US: Senior North Korean Diplomat
Flashpoints

No Interest in Resumed Talks With the US: Senior North Korean Diplomat

By Ankit Panda
A veteran North Korean diplomat ruled out the possibility of new talks.

What’s Behind China’s Expansion of Its Territorial Dispute With Bhutan?
Flashpoints

What’s Behind China’s Expansion of Its Territorial Dispute With Bhutan?

By Ankit Panda
Beijing may be trying to drive a wedge between India and Bhutan.
Chinese Border Aggression Against India Likely Unrelated to Pandemic
Flashpoints

Chinese Border Aggression Against India Likely Unrelated to Pandemic

By Derek Grossman
The Chinese approach to India represents continuity in behavior.

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