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States and Regions Can Help Build Australia’s Climate Change Resilience
The Debate

States and Regions Can Help Build Australia’s Climate Change Resilience

By Tim Ash Vie
State and regional governments are increasingly stepping up their climate commitments where national governments are unable or unwilling to do so.
Australian Weapons Sales: Shrouded in Secrecy
Oceania

Australian Weapons Sales: Shrouded in Secrecy

By Joshua Mcdonald
Canberra wants to be a top arms exporter, but its partners draw scrutiny.

Survey: Nearly Half of Afghans Want US Troops Out After Deal
The Pulse

Survey: Nearly Half of Afghans Want US Troops Out After Deal

By Associated Press
Afghans remain divided about whether U.S. and NATO troops should stay after a peace deal -- 46 percent say leave, 33 percent say stay.

Accreditation Battle Continues Between RFE/RL and Tajikistan
Crossroads Asia

Accreditation Battle Continues Between RFE/RL and Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
Four more employees - one a driver - of RFE/RL's Tajik Service have been given six-month accreditations. The press freedom battle goes on.

How Taiwan’s History Illuminates the 2020 Election
The Debate

How Taiwan’s History Illuminates the 2020 Election

By Evan Dawley and Wayne Soon
Taiwan's democratic culture -- and ties to Hong Kong -- long predate the 21st century.
China Cargo Train Routes Face Backlash in Finland
China Power

China Cargo Train Routes Face Backlash in Finland

By Jukka Aukia
A Finnish state media documentary raises questions about the Kouvola-Xi’an train connection – and, implicitly, the wider China-Finland relationship.

CPEC and Beyond: China and the US Fight For Influence In Pakistan
The Pulse

CPEC and Beyond: China and the US Fight For Influence In Pakistan

By Umair Jamal
Beijing and Washington tussle to have their way with Islamabad’s foreign policy decisions.
Taiwan, Shut Out From WHO, Confronts Deadly Wuhan Coronavirus
China Power

Taiwan, Shut Out From WHO, Confronts Deadly Wuhan Coronavirus

By Nick Aspinwall
President Tsai and a senior U.S. official called for Taiwan’s inclusion in the WHO as the nation confirmed its first coronavirus case on Tuesday.

World Airports Take Precautions After China Coronavirus Outbreak
Pacific Money

World Airports Take Precautions After China Coronavirus Outbreak

By Associated Press
Airports around the world are taking steps to contain the new virus’s spread.

Parsing the Economic Damage From the Japan-South Korea Dispute
The Koreas

Parsing the Economic Damage From the Japan-South Korea Dispute

By Troy Stangarone
Recent data indicate the overall damage was limited, but that could change if we see another round of escalation.

UN Court Orders Myanmar to Prevent Rohingya Genocide
ASEAN Beat

UN Court Orders Myanmar to Prevent Rohingya Genocide

By Associated Press
The court delivered a sweeping legal victory for the persecuted Muslim minority.
What Does the UK’s New ASEAN Mission Say About Its Southeast Asia Engagement Post-Brexit?
ASEAN Beat

What Does the UK’s New ASEAN Mission Say About Its Southeast Asia Engagement Post-Brexit?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Britain continues to shape its relationship with Southeast Asia amid ongoing domestic and regional developments.

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