February 24, 2021
Why Did the Tatmadaw’s ‘War Fighters’ Seize Power?
By Arthur Swan Ye Tun
To understand what motivated this month's coup in Myanmar, you need to understand the army's history and cloistered worldview.
February 23, 2021
Can the US and China Cooperate in Africa?
By R. Maxwell Bone & Ferdinando Cinotto
Competition aside, Washington and Beijing have many shared interests on the African continent, from security to economics to public health.
February 22, 2021
A 1936 Coup Attempt in Japan Holds Lessons for the US
By John D. Van Fleet
The February 26 Incident in Japan may prove a prescient parallel to the insurrection attempt at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.
February 19, 2021
Past Imperfect: The Future of India’s Farmer Protests
By Monika Mondal
After the violence on January 26, many had claimed the months-long protest would die out. That seems unlikely.
February 19, 2021
An End in Sight for the Philippines’ Maoist Insurgency?
By Jack Broome
The Philippine military claims that a breakthrough is around the corner, but a continuation of the conflict is convenient for many.
February 18, 2021
The FC-31, China’s ‘Other’ Stealth Fighter
By Rick Joe
A look at the jet with many names – and its carrier-based future.
February 17, 2021
Did China Build a Spy Network in Kabul?
By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Amid murky allegations of contact with the Haqqani Network, the life of one Chinese national in Kabul comes under scrutiny.
February 16, 2021
What Happened to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor?
By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
Six months after a supposed revival, the project has been in headlines for all the wrong reasons.
February 15, 2021
Journey to the East: The Hindu-Buddhist Making of Southeast Asia
By Amitav Acharya
Part 2 of “The Nirvana Route”: How early encounters between India, China, and Southeast Asia shaped Asian civilization.
February 13, 2021
Are the Uyghurs Safe in Turkey?
By Nicholas Muller
Many in the Uyghur diaspora feel they have a target on their back.
February 12, 2021
Myanmar Coup: The View From Yangon
By Hugh Bohane
Residents in Myanmar express their alarm, anger, and sense of deja vu over the February 1 coup.
February 11, 2021
A Dream Deferred? The ‘Equitization’ of Vietnam’s State-Owned Enterprises
By James Guild
Vietnam’s progress toward a more liberal, market-friendly economy has proceeded in fits and starts.