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Uzbek Blogger Flees After Release from Psychiatric Facility
Crossroads Asia

Uzbek Blogger Flees After Release from Psychiatric Facility

By Catherine Putz
Nafosat Olloshkurova's decision to leave Uzbekistan reflects just how far the state has yet to go with its reforms, particularly regarding free speech.
A Lukewarm Commitment: India and Gender Equality in Security Affairs
The Pulse

A Lukewarm Commitment: India and Gender Equality in Security Affairs

By Akanksha Khullar
India can do much more to support the women, peace, and security agenda.

China Virus Outbreak May Wallop Economy, Financial Markets
Pacific Money

China Virus Outbreak May Wallop Economy, Financial Markets

By Associated Press
China’s economy might face additional headwinds from a possible public health crisis.

Russia’s Strategy in Central Asia: Inviting India to Balance China
Crossroads Asia

Russia’s Strategy in Central Asia: Inviting India to Balance China

By Yuan Jiang
Russia’s invitation for India to link up with Eurasian Economic Union recalls the SCO expansion saga.

How Chinese Immigrants Found Their Way to Puerto Rico
Asia Life

How Chinese Immigrants Found Their Way to Puerto Rico

By Robert Farley
The history of Chinese immigrants in Puerto Rico is intertwined with American restrictions on Chinese immigration through 1965.
Ending the War Won’t Solve Afghanistan’s Governance Problem
The Pulse

Ending the War Won’t Solve Afghanistan’s Governance Problem

By Gul Maqsood Sabit
Afghanistan has made progress, but without a well-functioning government at the helm all those gains risk being lost.

The Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Korea
The Koreas

The Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Korea

By Tae-jun Kang
A new virus from China is affecting South Korea economically and politically.
What’s Next for Vietnam’s 5G Ambitions?
Asia Defense

What’s Next for Vietnam’s 5G Ambitions?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at Viettel’s forays in the 5G space and its potential implications for Vietnam’s broader approach.

Internationalized Autonomy: Re-Discovering the West’s Stake in Hong Kong
China Power

Internationalized Autonomy: Re-Discovering the West’s Stake in Hong Kong

By Brian C.H. Fong
Hong Kong’s autonomy is a complicated geopolitical issue involving great power competition.

Southeast Asia and the Major Powers: How Does Public Opinion Matter?
ASEAN Beat

Southeast Asia and the Major Powers: How Does Public Opinion Matter?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A look at the significance of elite and mass opinion in ongoing regional dynamics.

Thailand: Officials Hold Meeting with Southern Insurgent Group
ASEAN Beat

Thailand: Officials Hold Meeting with Southern Insurgent Group

By Associated Press
The meeting is the first in years in a decades-old insurgency in Thaiand's south.
Is Japan Ready to Welcome Immigrants?
Tokyo Report

Is Japan Ready to Welcome Immigrants?

By Mina Pollmann
A recent survey by Japan's Cabinet Office has interesting implications for the push to welcome more foreign workers.

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