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Indonesia’s Horror Scene Is Booming. Can It Conquer The International Market?

Indonesia’s Horror Scene Is Booming. Can It Conquer The International Market?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
Local horror films have topped the domestic box office, but translating that appeal to international markets is not straightforward.

Fox in the Henhouse: The Growing Harms of North Korea’s Remote IT Workforce

Fox in the Henhouse: The Growing Harms of North Korea’s Remote IT Workforce

By Glenn Chafetz
Pyongyang has infiltrated its IT workers into contractors and subcontractors serving the United States’ largest and most profitable companies.
Will China Succeed in Creating an Asian Security Order?

Will China Succeed in Creating an Asian Security Order?

By Richard Ghiasy and Jagannath Panda
China’s vision for the Asian security order has a strong emphasis on cooperative security, but Beijing, despite new initiatives, is not quite sure how to make it happen.  

Japan and the Philippines Increase Their Focus on Island Defense

Japan and the Philippines Increase Their Focus on Island Defense

By Christopher Woody
Growing Chinese assertiveness in the East and South China seas has forced the two U.S. allies to reorient their defense strategies.

How Chinese Maoism Intellectually Shaped Modern Palestinian Jihadism

How Chinese Maoism Intellectually Shaped Modern Palestinian Jihadism

By Benjamin R. Young
Mao’s China has had a profound and lasting ideological impact on the Palestinian national movement.

While Xi and Putin Celebrate Cooperation, Problems Build in China-Russia Ties

While Xi and Putin Celebrate Cooperation, Problems Build in China-Russia Ties

By Björn Alexander Düben
For China, it is increasingly difficult to balance its support for Russia and its ties with Western trading partners.

How Cobra Gold Helps the US Strengthen Its Indo-Pacific Partnerships

How Cobra Gold Helps the US Strengthen Its Indo-Pacific Partnerships

By Xavier Brunson and Cody Chick
Through combined exercises and enduring engagements, the United States is building "deterrence through assurance."
AI and Elections: Lessons From South Korea

AI and Elections: Lessons From South Korea

By Seungmin (Helen) Lee
The country was able to limit the impact of AI-generated deepfakes during its recent National Assembly elections. What can other countries learn from its experience?

China’s ‘Trojan Horse’ in the EU? It’s Not Just Hungary. 

China’s ‘Trojan Horse’ in the EU? It’s Not Just Hungary. 

By Dominika Remžová
Germany – specifically, its automotive industry – is Europe’s true Achilles heel when it comes to China policy.

Mahua Moitra Refuses to be Intimidated by Narendra Modi

Mahua Moitra Refuses to be Intimidated by Narendra Modi

By Kavita Chowdhury
The Diplomat meets the firebrand Indian politician on the election campaign trail in West Bengal.

AUKUS Faces Mounting Challenges. Australia Must Address Them.

AUKUS Faces Mounting Challenges. Australia Must Address Them.

By Nishank Motwani
Canberra needs to win public support and maintain political unity, while making strategic calculations that factor in a realizable Plan B.
Will India’s Hindi Heartland Propel Modi to Power Once More? 

Will India’s Hindi Heartland Propel Modi to Power Once More? 

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
The region, a stronghold of Hindu nationalism since the 1960s, has been Modi’s fortress. But the BJP seems less sure of success this year.

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