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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.

The Unraveling of Imran Khan: How Pakistan’s Prime Minister Fumbled
The Debate

The Unraveling of Imran Khan: How Pakistan’s Prime Minister Fumbled

By Tilak Devasher
All is not well with Imran Khan.
Do EU Sanctions on Cambodia Still Matter?
ASEAN Beat

Do EU Sanctions on Cambodia Still Matter?

By David Hutt
The sanctions are too little, too late to have the desired impact -- especially amid a pandemic.

Beijing’s National Security Law Brings Mainland Repression to Hong Kong
China Power

Beijing’s National Security Law Brings Mainland Repression to Hong Kong

By Michael C. Davis and Victoria Tin-bor Hui
The implications of the new law for Hong Kongers and the world.
US, Russia Share a Complex and Bloody History in Afghanistan
The Pulse

US, Russia Share a Complex and Bloody History in Afghanistan

By Associated Press
The two powers share decades of experience in the country.

Do ‘Arsenal Planes’ Have a Future?
Flashpoints

Do ‘Arsenal Planes’ Have a Future?

By Robert Farley
Is the arsenal plane a solution to several modern problems?

Public Sentiment Toward Australia Shifts in China
China Power

Public Sentiment Toward Australia Shifts in China

By Dan Hu
A recent survey notes some important changes in how urban, educated Chinese view Australia.

Darkening Mood in Delhi Over China
Flashpoints

Darkening Mood in Delhi Over China

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Opinions in New Delhi are hardening, even among sections of elite opinion-makers who are not seen as hyper-nationalists.
China to the Rescue in Turkey?
China Power

China to the Rescue in Turkey?

By George Marshall Lerner
As Turkey battles debt and a currency crisis, can Chinese investment save the day? Or will it just create more problems?

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