June 25, 2022
Can Nuclear Energy Power South Korea’s Future?
By Eunwoo Lee
President Yoon wants nuclear energy to catapult South Korea to carbon neutrality and international prestige. But a rough road lies ahead.
June 24, 2022
‘They Own the Ocean’: Gwadar’s Struggle With Illegal Fishing
By Mariyam Suleman Anees
Illegal fishing off Balochistan’s coast continues despite years of legislation, public protests, and government promises, showing how difficult it can be to combat the “trawler mafia.”
June 23, 2022
Ukraine Disinformation Fight Sounds Warning Bells for Taiwan
By James Baron
Short of a drastic overhaul, Tsai Ing-wen’s administration must gain a firmer understanding of vulnerabilities in the domestic information environment.
June 22, 2022
Pakistan’s Negotiations With Terrorists
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan’s government is talking with the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), sparking fears about what the state is prepared to negotiate away.
June 21, 2022
Indonesia’s New Plans for Papua Can’t Hide Its Decades of Failures
By Aprila Wayar and Johnny Blades
A plan to create three new provinces in the Papua region highlights how Jakarta's development approach has failed to resolve a long-running conflict.
June 20, 2022
‘Who Will Be Killed Next?’: Kashmiri Pandits Consider Another Migration
By Qadri Inzamam and Haziq Qadri
Kashmiri Hindus find themselves reliving the fear of the early 1990s amid a wave of targeted killings, but the government is keen to prevent another exodus.
June 18, 2022
The US Needs a New Solarium for a New Grand Strategy
By James P. Farwell and Michael Miklaucic
A new grand strategy is desperately needed to meet not only the military threat posed by Russia, but the more comprehensive threat from China.
June 16, 2022
A New Era for Beijing’s Quirky Music Scene
By Kyle Mullin
Beijing’s “uniquely intellectual” indie music scene has entered a new era, shaped by new restrictions (pandemic and otherwise) but still going strong.
June 15, 2022
India’s Infant Mortality Rate Improves, But Still Lags Behind Much of Asia
By Neeta Lal
There is still a wide disparity in health outcomes for children between rural and urban India.
June 14, 2022
China’s Pacific Push Is Already Remaking the Region
By Patricia O’Brien
After a whirlwind of visits and agreements, where does the Pacific region stand?
June 13, 2022
The Vietnamese Debt Bondage Gamble
By Peter Bengtsen
Workers pay the equivalent of three to four years wages at home in Vietnam to get access to jobs abroad at suppliers of major international brands.
June 11, 2022
India-Iran Ties Are Ripe for a Reset
By Rajeev Agarwal
The Iranian foreign minister’s visit to India may signal a rethink of the relationship.