Indonesia’s Non-aligned Foreign Policy Is Not Neutral
By Retno L.P. Marsudi
No bloc, no problem, explains Indonesia’s foreign minister.
How the Taiwan Opposition Alliance Talks Fell Apart
By Brian Hioe
The pan-Blue camp’s attempt to settle on a unity ticket came crashing down last week in an embarrassing televised spectacle.
New Zealand’s New Government Will Have Its First Diplomatic Test at COP28
By Geoffrey Miller
New Zealand has a new National-led government. What is its strategy for COP28 in Dubai?
Australia-Philippines Launch Joint Naval Patrol in South China Sea
By Grant Wyeth
The recent joint patrol is another sign that Beijing's attempts at intimidation in will not be submitted to – not by the Philippines and not by Australia.
Momentum in the India-Australia Relationship on Display With 2+2 Strategic Dialogue
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Canberra and New Delhi look at each other as vital partners playing critical roles in maintaining peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific.
Xie Zhenhua’s Swan Song Amid the Geopolitics of COP28
By Sacha Shaw
This year’s United Nations climate change conference is expected to be the last for China’s veteran climate envoy.
A China-US Thaw Would Be Both Good and Bad for India
By Mohamed Zeeshan
Despite sundry differences with India, so long as the United States needs to contain China, it will feel compelled to overlook problems in its ties with Delhi.
Bangladeshis Look to the US for Restoration of Democracy
By Faiz Ahmad Taiyeb
Are the US pressure tactics aimed at strengthening democracy or securing concessions from the present regime in Bangladesh?
Leaked Pakistani Documents Point to Indian Assassination Program
By Umair Jamal
Pakistan is trying to capitalize on the negative publicity that India has garnered over its alleged assassination of Kashmir and Khalistan activists living in Pakistan.
China Seeks an Image Makeover in Sri Lanka
By Rathindra Kuruwita
To project itself as a more benevolent power, it is providing dry rations to Sri Lankans.
The Significance of the Maiden GCC-ASEAN Summit
By Ghulam Ali
Sidestepping geopolitical tensions, the two blocs have signaled their desire to forge closer ties, particularly in the economic realm.
Indonesian Government Claims ‘Positive’ Progress in Myanmar Talks
By Sebastian Strangio
Despite some progress, serious negotiations remain a remote prospect as resistance groups make gains across the country.