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Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
February 09, 2018
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
Nepal’s two transitional justice mechanisms have failed to deliver justice to war-era victims.
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
February 09, 2018
Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
The Olympics can be a platform to champion human rights as many nations don’t deserve a place of honor at the games.
Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
What Now for Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific?
February 09, 2018
What Now for Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific?
And what to make of Trump’s recent comments about the TPP?
What Now for Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific?
A New China Military Base in Pakistan?
February 09, 2018
A New China Military Base in Pakistan?
Reports about Beijing trying to acquire another facility there could have significant consequences for the region.
A New China Military Base in Pakistan?
US Air Campaign in Afghanistan Hits Targets Near Tajik and Chinese Border
February 09, 2018
US Air Campaign in Afghanistan Hits Targets Near Tajik and Chinese Border
The U.S. airstrikes in Badakhshan are likely to please China, which may be helping the Afghans build a base in the region.
US Air Campaign in Afghanistan Hits Targets Near Tajik and Chinese Border
Rebutting Spying Allegations, China Pledges to Be Africa's 'Most Reliable' Partner
February 09, 2018
Rebutting Spying Allegations, China Pledges to Be Africa's 'Most Reliable' Partner
The chair of the African Union Commission visits China after a report claims Beijing bugged the AU building.
Rebutting Spying Allegations, China Pledges to Be Africa's 'Most Reliable' Partner
How Strong is the Iran-Russia ‘Alliance’?
February 09, 2018
How Strong is the Iran-Russia ‘Alliance’?
The long-term sustainability of the current Moscow-Tehran alignment remains unclear.
How Strong is the Iran-Russia ‘Alliance’?
US Navy Wants to Delay Shock Trials of $13 Billion Supercarrier
February 09, 2018
US Navy Wants to Delay Shock Trials of $13 Billion Supercarrier
The U.S. Navy is seeking to postpone shock trials for its new nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
US Navy Wants to Delay Shock Trials of $13 Billion Supercarrier
Love in the Time of Patriarchy: 'Love Jihad' in India
February 09, 2018
Love in the Time of Patriarchy: 'Love Jihad' in India
The murder of 23-year-old photographer Ankit Saxena reveals India’s dirty underbelly of religious and caste intolerance.
Love in the Time of Patriarchy: 'Love Jihad' in India
Democracy on the Brink in Maldives
February 09, 2018
Democracy on the Brink in Maldives
The current crisis is the culmination of political trends years in the making.
Democracy on the Brink in Maldives
What’s Behind Myanmar’s Big New Military Exercise?
February 09, 2018
What’s Behind Myanmar’s Big New Military Exercise?
The holding of the first tri-service exercise in over two decades needs to be viewed from a broader perspective.
What’s Behind Myanmar’s Big New Military Exercise?
Driving Down a New Road: New Energy Vehicles in China’s Green Transition
February 09, 2018
Driving Down a New Road: New Energy Vehicles in China’s Green Transition
China is driving down a new road, emerging at the forefront of the NEV market.
Driving Down a New Road: New Energy Vehicles in China’s Green Transition
India Test Fires Second Nuclear Capable Ballistic Missile in a Week
February 09, 2018
India Test Fires Second Nuclear Capable Ballistic Missile in a Week
The nuclear capable Prithvi-II missile was test fired on February 7.
India Test Fires Second Nuclear Capable Ballistic Missile in a Week
A Chinese Model for Global Leadership?
February 09, 2018
A Chinese Model for Global Leadership?
China is emerging as a leader in the economic, technological, and social sectors.
A Chinese Model for Global Leadership?
South Korea Is Trump’s One Bright Spot on Trade
February 09, 2018
South Korea Is Trump’s One Bright Spot on Trade
Despite fuming over the KORUS FTA, trade with South Korea is a bright spot in trade so far under Trump.
South Korea Is Trump’s One Bright Spot on Trade
Police in India Punish Muslim Victims in ‘Mob Lynching’ Case
February 08, 2018
Police in India Punish Muslim Victims in ‘Mob Lynching’ Case
After a deadly 2017 case of cow vigilantism, the victims are the ones being charged.
Police in India Punish Muslim Victims in ‘Mob Lynching’ Case
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